UNIVERSAL CITY, CA (April 18, 2013) – The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and producer dick clark productions (dcp) present “The 71st Annual Golden Globe® Awards” live on Sunday, January 12, 2014. Next year’s show will air LIVE on NBC coast-to-coast from 5-8 p.m (PT) and 8-11 p.m. (ET) from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, dick clark productions and NBC made the announcement today.
Nominations for “The 71st Annual Golden Globe® Awards” will be announced at 8 a.m. (ET) on Thursday, December 12.
Produced by dick clark productions in association with the HFPA, the “Golden Globe Awards” are viewed in more than 160 countries worldwide and are one of the few awards ceremonies to include both motion picture and television achievements. This year’s “Golden Globe Awards” averaged a 6.4 rating, 15 share in adults 18-49 and 19.7 million viewers overall, for a year-to-year jump of 28 percent in 18-49 rating (to a 6.4 from a 5.0) and 17 percent or 2.8 million persons in total viewers (19.7 million vs. 16.9 million). The 2013 telecast claimed the biggest “Golden Globes” results in six years in both 18-49 rating and total viewers (since Monday, Jan. 15, 2007, 6.5/15 in 18-49, 20.0 million viewers overall).
The deadline for Motion Picture and Television submissions is Friday, November 1. Rules and submission forms may be obtained online at http://www.goldenglobes.org/entry-forms/.
A timeline of upcoming events follows:
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Are the Oscars moving even later into March next year? All signs say ‘yes’ and the Academy would be wise to announce this sooner than later.
Despite annual (and always wrong) media speculation (including a recent column in a well-known show biz trade) that the Academy Awards are planning to move a month earlier into January insiders have repeatedly told me the Academy’s Board has no taste for that, and as at least one former top officer in the organization told me over the weekend, contractually they can’t do it.
Though they haven’t yet announced any dates for the next Oscar race, the schedule of the Winter Olympics being held in Sochi, Russia February 7 through the 23rd puts a big crimp in any plans to keep the Oscars even on in its current berth on the last Sunday of February where it would run smack into the Closing Night ceremonies. In the past when this has come up the Academy has always moved the Oscar show to the first Sunday in March which would be on the 2nd next year. Quite frankly there is nowhere else for the show to go. Do the math.
With the Super Bowl already claiming Sunday February 2nd and the Olympics taking the remaining three Sundays, the earliest date available would be January 26th and every source with whom I have spoken tells me that is the date CBS is claiming for the Grammys next year (moving two weeks earlier than their February 10, 2013 date). Also getting the message are the major show biz Guilds which have all already staked out their 2014 dates and sprayed the territory.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and its former publicist Michael Russell have ended at least one portion of their on-going legal wars. The parties came to a settlement last week in Russell’s $2 million …
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It is a big year for TV talent as TV writers/performers are hosting the top movie awards shows this year: the Oscars, Seth MacFarlane, and the Golden Globes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. (Additionally, Kelsey Grammer is hosting the DGA Awards and Nathan Fillion the WGA Awards.) With their NBC show Smash nominated for best comedy/musical series, Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, producers of the upcoming Academy Awards, had a front-row seat at tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony, and Meron, who attended, watched the proceedings up close. MacFarlane didn’t attend but he too watched the Globes, tweeting occasional comments. He later joined the Golden Globes crowd at the HBO party, accompanying his girlfriend, Emilia Clarke, who co-stars on the network’s hit drama Game Of Thrones. MacFarlane was effusive in his praise for Fey and Poehler’s performance as hosts. “Please give Tina and Amy high marks because they did great,” MacFarlane said. Does the duo’s strong showing increase the pressure on him? MacFarlane seemed unfazed. “It doesn’t matter how I do, Oscar hosts always get thrashed,” he deadpanned.
The Golden Globes displayed a split personality on the TV side, going for repeat winners in the drama and longform categories and fresh honorees in comedy. But overall, the night was dominated completely by HBO and Showtime which won all but two TV awards, led by Showtime’s drama Homeland with three, including best drama series; HBO’s Girls with two, including best comedy series; and HBO’s Game Change also with three, including best TV movie/miniseries.
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After being largely snubbed at the Emmys, HBO’s Girls had its awards coming-out party tonight, winning both categories it was nominated in: best comedy series and best comedy actress for creator/star Lena Dunham. There have been a lot of parallels drawn between Girls and HBO’s previous edgy comedy about a quartet of single women in New York, Sex And The City. With its double win tonight, Girls is following in the footsteps of Sex And The City, a Hollywood Foreign Press Association darling which won for best comedy series and best comedy actress (Sarah Jessica Parker) an unprecedented three consecutive years. Also getting a first Golden Globe after an Emmy nomination last year was Don Cheadle, star of Showtime’s comedy series House Of Lies. Both Girls and House Of Lies celebrated their wins just as their second seasons kicked off — with the season premieres airing against the Golden Globes.
Monica Corcoran Harel is contributing to Deadline’s Golden Globes coverage.
Every year of awards shows, the meeting between the entertainment industry and the fashion industry keeps melding. The fashion houses depend on celebs to advertise the brands. The 70th Golden Globes was no exception. So what’s black and white and red all over? The aerial view of the entrance to the Beverly Hilton, with the majority of actresses opted for tried and true names like Chanel, Oscar De La Renta, Versace, and Dior. Besides black, there were varying shades of crimson from deep oxblood to candy apple. It all felt like an ultra chic Fellini funeral procession of widows in black and mistresses wearing scandalous red.
That speck of spectral white, of course, would be the night’s Best Supporting Actress – Comedy or Drama winner Anne Hathaway. The actress, looking like a young French bride with a few cigarettes tucked in her garter, wisely chose a beaded Chanel that made her stand alone in a sea of chic. This year, it was about 53 degrees on the red carpet during arrival time and fashion commentators made a big deal about brave actresses with bare shoulders. Bah. As Renoir once said, “The pain passes, but the beauty remains.”
The red brigade began early, with Zooey Deschanel in a lot of Oscar de la Renta worn with a set of pearls and a high pert ponytail. Thankfully, the snug sweetheart bodice contrasted with her excess of skirt. Claire Danes followed in a lipstick-bright but simple Versace halter gown that just about did the trick. (Danes, with a newborn at home and currently nursing, gets high marks for showing up sans spit-up on her train.) Next, Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard both sashayed down the carpet in Dior Haute Couture red with matching gold-mirrored belts. (The two are contracted to always wear the venerable design house, so no surprises there.) I particularly liked Lawrence’s retro-inspired bodice and Cotillard’s hip, asymmetrical hemline.
WINS BY TELEVISION NETWORK
HBO – 5
Showtime – 4
History – 1
PBS – 1
WINS BY MOTION PICTURE DISTRIBUTOR
Sony Pictures - 4
The Weinstein Company – 3
Universal Pictures – 3
Warner Bros. Pictures – 2
Sony Pictures Classics – 1
Touchstone Pictures – 1
20th Century Fox – 1
Walt Disney Pictures – 1
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Justice prevailed at the Beverly Hilton as Argo nabbed the best drama Golden Globe and the film’s director Ben Affleck, overlooked last week by the Academy for best director, got his due by the Hollywood Foreign Press with a best directing Globe. So after the Academy overlooked Affleck in the directing category, what did his Oscar strategists have to say to him? What reasons did they give him in terms of why he was overlooked? In short, the director was mum on that answer and wasn’t bogged down by voting mechanics over at the Academy. Rather, he gratefully exclaimed “Look, we got nominated for seven Oscars. And if one isn’t happy with that, your prospects for long-term happiness is pretty damned. I’m the luckiest guy in the world.” Flanked by his producers Grant Heslov and George Clooney, Affleck added, “I’m a member of the Academy and we got nominated by the people who made movies we all admire and respect.” “What Academy are you talking about?,” joked Heslov. “To frame this (race) about me not getting the nomination I didn’t get, isn’t right,” said Affleck then quipping, “But hey — I didn’t get the acting category and no one is saying I got snubbed there!” Clooney threw his 10 cents in on the entire Academy misfire in the director category: “I was disappointed. I think Ben made a phenomenal film. He should have been nominated, but you can’t figure out what goes on in the Academy. We talked about this for the next day. We got seven nominations! And it all happened out of what Ben put together. We’re not out of the water yet.” Remarking on Affleck’s career, from Good Will Hunting co-star and Globe/Oscar winning scribe to Gigli headliner to auteur, Clooney exclaimed, “Ben was in actor jail for a couple of years. We’ve all been there, even me. I was in Batman & Robin. But it’s how you handle yourself as a performer during those times. Ben directed his way out of it. He did Gone Baby Gone and The Town, films which made money and with Argo it put him further in the right direction. I’m proud to work with him — and I hate him.” The gang was joined on stage by their composer Alexandre Desplat, actors Bryan Cranston, John Goodman, Tate Donovan, Alan Arkin and Argo source material CIA agent Tony Mendez.
The Golden Globe comedy musical win for Les Miserables comes at a prime time for the film, following its record UK opening, not to mention, right in the middle of its steady domestic run which has minted an estimated $119.2 million as of today. Bringing the film in at a lengthy 157 minutes, Tom Hooper was faced with the difficult choice of what to keep and what to cut. “‘I Dreamed A Dream’ — I think that’s the greatest of Anne’s performances. I was beholden to that cut. Who would want to cut it? But the most painful edit I had to make was a little scene after Gavroche was shot dead and Eddie Redmayne’s Marius shoots the soldier dead.” One thing director Hooper didn’t do during the filming of Les Miserables was shut down the production every time someone got a sore throat. This was the case when Sacha Baron Cohen lost his voice on set. Hooper sent the comedic actor home on voice rest. “This was an ensemble piece with 204 actors, and I certainly wasn’t going to shut down the set 204 times. We would still be in production. But, one guy (Sacha) proved he didn’t have the vocal stamina!” joshed Hooper who was joined backstage with castmembers Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Hugh Jackman, Baron Cohen, songwriters Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg as well as producers Debra Heyward, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner.
Golden Globes Winners List: ‘Argo’, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jessica Chastain, ‘Les Miserables’, Hugh Jackman, ‘Girls’, Ben Affleck, Lena Dunham, ‘Brave’, Claire Danes, ‘Amour’, Don Cheadle, Quentin Tarantino, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Kevin Costner, Adele For ‘Skyfall’, ‘Homeland’
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Hayden Panettiere, 23, began her career as a child actor on the soaps One Life to Live and Guiding Light, and met an untimely death as Kirby Reed in Scream 4. But she is perhaps best known as Claire Bennet, the high-school cheerleader with supernatural powers on NBC’s Heroes. She’s trying to change that girl-next-door image in ABC’s Nashville, portraying ambitious, conniving country-pop diva Juliette Barnes, youthful nemesis of old-school country star Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton). Apparently the catfight chemistry is working: ABC recently handed the freshman series created by Callie Khouri (Thelma & Louise) a full-season order. And both Panettiere and Britton scored big at the Golden Globe nominations: Panettiere netted a nom for best supporting actress in a TV series, miniseries, or motion picture, and Britton is up for best actress in a TV drama.
AwardsLine: This role was a lot to take on with singing. What led you to accept the part of Juliette?
Hayden Panettiere: I love the fact that this character that Callie Khouri created is so multidimensional; there’s so many layers to her. But this was a big deal for me because I really wanted to break away from my character in Heroes. I’m so deeply blessed that I got to play that character, don’t get me wrong, but I knew after that character it would be an uphill battle for people to see me as anything besides the all-American cheerleader.