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Golden Globe Winners: Amy Adams & Jennifer Lawrence + Leonardo DiCaprio + Cate Blanchett

Golden Globes: Amy Adams & Jennifer Lawrence are ‘American Hustle’ winners

Scroll down to check out the full list of Golden Globes 2014 winners. This year’s Golden Globes ceremony took place earlier this evening, January 12, with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey back as hosts. (See further below the full list of Golden Globe winners and nominees.)

The 2014 Golden Globe nominations were announced by Aziz Ansari, Zoe Saldana, and Olivia Wilde exactly one month ago. Among the surprises was the inclusion in the Best Picture - Drama category of Ron Howard’s domestic box office disappointment Rush, starring Chris Hemsworth and Best Supporting Golden Globe nominee Daniel Brühl, and the exclusion of The Wolf of Wall Street‘s Martin Scorsese from the Best Director roster.

Also, Julie Delpy and Greta Gerwig were both in the running in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical category for, respectively, Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight and Noah Baumbach’s Frances Ha. Neither film was a box office hit and neither actress could be considered a “film star”; taking into account the Golden Globe’s past history, more likely candidates would have been Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy for the summer hit The Heat.

Needless to say, Rush, Delpy, and Gerwig went home empty-handed. And so did Scorsese, who was present at the ceremony.

See also: “Golden Globes 2014: Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Daring Enough? + Ronan Farrow vs. Woody Allen Tribute.”

Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe winner Jennifer Lawrence, with Tom Hanks (photo © HFPA).

Jennifer Lawrence Wins Golden Globe, Remembers David O. Russell discovery

Jennifer Lawrence, as expected, has taken home the 2014 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in David O. Russell’s American Hustle, a crime comedy-drama set in the ’70s, which also stars Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, and Jeremy Renner. In her acceptance speech, Lawrence reminisced:

Years ago, I watched a movie called I Heart Huckabees [2004] and I was so in awe and floored by this completely unchartered humor. So I googled who made it and I saw that it was the same director as Three Kings and Flirting with Disaster and Spanking the Monkey, and I just thought that this is the most brilliant man in every single way. And so by some weird twist of fate, this is the same man that made my career.

Jennifer Lawrence, whose short haircut has become a trending topic online, poses with her Golden Globe (image: © HFPA)

Although it has its fans – obviously, Jennifer Lawrence among them – I Heart Huckabees was a box office and critical disappointment that attained a certain degree of notoriety after videos showing a monumental on-set blow-up between director Russell and actress Lily Tomlin were leaked online.

Last year, Jennifer Lawrence won the Best Actress Academy Award and the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical Golden Globe for David O. Russell’s comedy-drama Silver Linings Playbook.

Jennifer Lawrence, of course, is also the star of the Hunger Games movies: The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2.

Golden Globes 2014: Best Supporting Actress nominees

Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globe competitors in the Best Supporting Actress category were Sally Hawkins for Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Lupita Nyong’o for Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, June Squibb for Alexander Payne’s Nebraska, and Julia Roberts – the Jennifer Lawrence of the early ’90s – for John Wells’ August: Osage County.

Photos of Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe winner Jennifer Lawrence, with Tom Hanks; Jennifer Lawrence sporting short haircut while holding Golden Globe: © Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).

Woody Allen gets Cecil B. DeMille Award

In addition to the Golden Globes 2014 nominees listed below, Blue Jasmine director Woody Allen was the recipient of the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Award. Diane Keaton, Allen’s frequent collaborator in the ’70s (e.g., Sleeper, Love and Death, Annie Hall, Interiors, and Manhattan, plus 1993 entry Manhattan Murder Mystery) was Allen’s proxy.

Woody Allen’s film career has lasted nearly half a century. Besides the aforementioned titles featuring Diane Keaton, Allen’s credits as a director and/or screenwriter and/or actor include What’s New Pussycat (1965), starring the recently deceased Peter O’Toole; Bananas (1971), with Allen’s by then ex-wife Louise Lasser; Stardust Memories (1980), also featuring Charlotte Rampling, Jessica Harper, and Marie-Christine Barrault; the Mia Farrow Movies (e.g., Zelig, Broadway Danny Rose, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Another Woman, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Alice, Husbands and Wives); Bullets Over Broadway (1994), with John Cusack and Dianne Wiest; the Scarlett Johansson Movies (Scoop, Match Point, Vicky Cristina Barcelona); and, more recently, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010), with Naomi Watts; Midnight in Paris (2011), with Owen Wilson; and To Rome with Love (2012), with Penélope Cruz.

Golden Globes winners & nominations

MOTION PICTURES

BEST PICTURE – DRAMA
*12 Years a Slave, dir.: Steve McQueen.
Captain Phillips, dir.: Paul Greengrass.
Gravity, dir.: Alfonso Cuarón.
Philomena, dir.: Stephen Frears.
Rush, dir.: Ron Howard.

BEST PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
*American Hustle, dir.: David O. Russell.
Her, dir.: Spike Jonze.
Inside Llewyn Davis, dir.: Joel and Ethan Coen.
Nebraska, dir.: Alexander Payne.
The Wolf of Wall Street, dir.: Martin Scorsese.

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Blue Is the Warmest Color, dir.: Abdellatif Kechiche.
*The Great Beauty, dir.: Paolo Sorrentino.
The Hunt, dir.: Thomas Vinterberg.
The Past, dir.: Asghar Farhadi.
The Wind Rises, dir.: Hayao Miyazaki.

BEST ACTRESS – DRAMA
* Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine.
Sandra Bullock, Gravity.
Judi Dench, Philomena.
Emma Thompson, Saving Mr. Banks.
Kate Winslet, Labor Day.

BEST ACTRESS – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
* Amy Adams, American Hustle.
Julie Delpy, Before Midnight.
Greta Gerwig, Frances Ha.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Enough Said.
Meryl Streep, August: Osage County.

BEST ACTOR – DRAMA
Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave.
Idris Elba, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Tom Hanks, Saving Mr. Banks.
* Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club.
Robert Redford, All Is Lost.

BEST ACTOR – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
Christian Bale, American Hustle.
Bruce Dern, Nebraska.
Oscar Isaac, Inside Llewyn Davis.
* Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street.
Joaquin Phoenix, Her.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Sally Hawkins, Blue Jasmine.
* Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle.
Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave.
Julia Roberts, August: Osage County.
June Squibb, Nebraska.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips.
Daniel Brühl, Rush.
Bradley Cooper, American Hustle.
Michael Fassbender, 12 Years a Slave.
* Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club.

BEST DIRECTOR
* Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity.
Paul Greengrass, Captain Phillips.
Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave.
Alexander Payne, Nebraska.
David O. Russell, American Hustle.

BEST SCREENPLAY
*Her, Spike Jonze.
Nebraska, Bob Nelson.
Philomena, Jeff Pope and Steve Coogan.
12 Years a Slave, John Ridley.
American Hustle, Eric Singer and David O. Russell.

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
The Croods.
Despicable Me 2.
*Frozen.

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
* Alex Ebert, All Is Lost.
Alex Heffes, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Steven Price, Gravity .
John Williams, The Book Thief.
Hans Zimmer, 12 Years a Slave.

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“Atlas,” The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, music and lyrics by Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion.
“Let It Go,” Frozen, music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez.
* “Ordinary Love,” Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, music by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr. and Brian Burton; lyrics by Bono.
“Please Mr Kennedy,” Inside Llewyn Davis, music and lyrics by Ed Rush, George Cromarty, T Bone Burnett, Justin Timberlake, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.
“Sweeter Than Fiction,” One Chance, music and lyrics by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff.

 

TELEVISION

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
*Breaking Bad.
Downton Abbey.
The Good Wife.
House of Cards.
Masters of Sex.

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
The Big Bang Theory.
*Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Girls.
Modern Family.
Parks and Recreation.

BEST MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
American Horror Story: Coven.
*Behind the Candelabra.
Dancing on the Edge.
Top of the Lake.
The White Queen.

BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife.
Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black.
Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black.
Kerry Washington, Scandal.
* Robin Wright, House of Cards.

BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
Zooey Deschanel, New Girl.
Lena Dunham, Girls.
* Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep.
* Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation.

BEST ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
Helena Bonham Carter, Burton and Taylor.
Rebecca Ferguson, The White Queen.
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Coven.
Helen Mirren, Phil Spector.
* Elisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake.

BEST ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
* Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad.
Liev Schreiber, Ray Donovan.
Michael Sheen, Masters of Sex.
Kevin Spacey, House of Cards.
James Spader, The Blacklist.

BEST ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL:
Jason Bateman, Arrested Development.
Don Cheadle, House of Lies.
Michael J. Fox, The Michael J. Fox Show.
Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory.
* Andy Samberg, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

BEST ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
Matt Damon, Behind the Candelabra.
* Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra.
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dancing on the Edge.
Idris Elba, Luther.
Al Pacino, Phil Spector.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
Josh Charles, The Good Wife.
Rob Lowe, Behind the Candelabra.
Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad.
Corey Stoll, House of Cards.
* Jon Voight, Ray Donovan.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
*Jacqueline Bisset, Dancing on the Edge.
Janet McTeer, The White Queen.
Hayden Panettiere, Nashville.
Monica Potter, Parenthood.
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family.

Golden Globes 2014 predictions: ‘American Hustle,’ Amy Adams to win?

The winners of the 2014 Golden Globes will be announced on Sunday, January 12, 2014 – the same day that two-time Oscar winner Luise Rainer (The Great Ziegfeld, The Good Earth) turns 104 years old. (I’d have said “cosmic,” except that Luise Rainer has never won or been nominated for a Golden Globe.)

Now, who’s going to take home the dozen or so Golden Globes in the Motion Picture categories? Curiously, there’s no absolute, clear-cut favorite in any of them, except perhaps for David O. Russell’s American Hustle in the Best Comedy or Musical category, even though (or perhaps because) Russell’s ’70s throwback film is not exactly a comedy – and it’s certainly not a musical.

But who cares about the Golden Globes, anyway? They’re not important. Well, whether or not you find them important, there are lots of people who’d like to have one Golden Globe at home (including, quite possibly, you). Also, the Golden Globes “party” is one of the most watched awards ceremonies of the year. And finally, when it comes to film trophies, those little golden globes are second only to the Oscar statuettes in international recognition.

So, below are our Golden Globes 2014 predictions in the motion picture categories, plus a trio of television selections. As always, if our winners turn out to be losers come tomorrow evening, don’t blame us – blame the Hollywood Foreign Press Association voters.

Oh, here’s one guaranteed Golden Globes 2014 winner: Woody Allen, who’ll be receiving – via proxy Diane Keaton – the Cecil B. DeMille Award.

2014 Golden Globes predictions

BEST PICTURE – DRAMA: 12 Years a Slave, directed by Steve McQueen.

BEST PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL: American Hustle, directed by David O. Russell.

BEST ACTRESS – DRAMA: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine.

BEST ACTOR – DRAMA: Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave.

BEST ACTRESS – COMEDY OR MUSICAL: Amy Adams, American Hustle.

BEST ACTOR – COMEDY OR MUSICAL: Christian Bale, American Hustle.

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: Blue Is the Warmest Color, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club.

BEST DIRECTOR: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity.

BEST SCREENPLAY: American Hustle, Eric Singer and David O. Russell.

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM: Frozen.

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: Steven Price, Gravity.

BEST ORIGINAL SONG: “Ordinary Love,” Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, music by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr. and Brian Burton; lyrics by Bono.

BEST MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION: Behind the Candelabra directed by Steven Soderbergh.

BEST ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION: Helen Mirren, Phil Spector.

BEST ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION: Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra.

2013 Golden Globes winners

For the record: Among the 2013 Golden Globe’s winners in the motion picture categories were Ben Affleck’s Argo, Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables, Michael Haneke’s Amour, Daniel Day-Lewis for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, Hugh Jackman for Les Misérables, Jessica Chastain for Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, Jennifer Lawrence for David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook, Christoph Waltz for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, Anne Hathaway for Les Misérables, director Ben Affleck, and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino.

Director Affleck wasn’t even nominated for an Academy Award, but Argo, Amour, Day-Lewis, Lawrence, Waltz, Hathaway, and screenwriter Tarantino all went on to win Oscars.

Golden Globe nominations: Predictions

They may be ridiculed, derided, and dismissed, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globes ceremony remains the second most important awards-season event – in terms of international public awareness – trailing only the Academy Awards. The nominations for the 2014 Golden Globes (“2013 Golden Globes,” if you want to be technical about it) will be announced by Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde, and Aziz Ansari (very, very early) on Thursday morning, December 12, 2013.

Who will be the nominees? Which movies and performances will Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences members want to check out after they hear the names and/or titles of this year’s nominees?

Well, below are our 2014 Golden Globes predictions. Like the Academy Awards, Hollywood guilds, and most critic’s groups, quality is an important element in the HFPA member’s selections; but then again, even more important is what’s perceived as Oscar-“worthy” (in terms of buzz and thematic scope, not quality) – and, particularly in the case of the Golden Globes, who gets to come to the party.

As in previous years, if our predictions in the film, acting, directing, and screenplay categories are not on target, blame the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association – not us. Note: Not infrequently, more than five nominees are shortlisted for the Golden Globes; we’re sticking to five nominees per category.

Golden Globes predictions

Best Picture - Drama
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave.
Lee Daniels’ The Butler.
Jean-Marc Vallée’s Dallas Buyers Club.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity.
John Lee Hancock’s Saving Mr. Banks.

Other possibilities:
Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine.
Paul Greengrass’s Captain Phillips.
Ryan Coogler’s Fruitvale Station.
Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby.
Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Francis Lawrence’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Peter Berg’s Lone Survivor.
Justin Chadwick’s Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Stephen Frears’ Philomena.
Denis Villeneuve’s Prisoners.
Ron Howard’s Rush.

Best Picture - Comedy or Musical
David O. Russell’s American Hustle.
John Wells’ August: Osage County.
Spike Jonze’s Her.
Alexander Payne’s Nebraska.
Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.

Other possibilities:
Joel and Ethan Coen’s Inside Llewyn Davis.
Paul Feig’s The Heat.
Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said.
Ben Stiller’s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

Best Foreign Language Film
Abdellatif Kechiche’s Blue Is the Warmest Color.
Wong Kar-Wai’s The Grandmaster.
Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty.
Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt.
Asghar Farhadi’s The Past.

Other possibilities:
Ziad Doueiri’s The Attack.
Felix Van Groeningen’s The Broken Circle Breakdown.
Calin Peter Netzer’s Child’s Pose.
Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria.
Anthony Chen’s Ilo Ilo.
Pedro Almodóvar’s I’m So Excited.
Hirokazu Koreeda’s Like Father, Like Son.
Hany Abu-Assad’s Omar.
Gilles Bourdo’s Renoir.
Georg Maas and Judith Kaufmann’s Two Lives.
Haifaa Al Mansour’s Wadjda.
Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises.

Best Actress - Drama
Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine.
Sandra Bullock, Gravity.
Judi Dench, Philomena.
Emma Thompson, Saving Mr. Banks.
Kate Winslet, Labor Day.

Other possibilities:
Adèle Exarchopoulos, Blue Is the Warmest Color.
Brie Larson, Short Term 12.
Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

Best Actor - Drama
Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave.
Tom Hanks, Captain Phillips.
Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club.
Robert Redford’s All Is Lost.
Forest Whitaker, The Butler.

Other possibilities:
Idris Elba, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Hugh Jackman, Prisoners.
Michael B. Jordan, Fruitvale Station.

Best Actress - Comedy or Musical
Amy Adams, American Hustle.
Sandra Bullock, The Heat.
Scarlett Johansson, Don Jon.
Melissa McCarthy, The Heat.
Meryl Streep, August: Osage County.

Other possibilities:
Greta Gerwig, Frances Ha.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Enough Said.

Best Actor - Comedy or Musical
Christian Bale, American Hustle.
Bruce Dern, Nebraska.
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street.
Oscar Isaac, Inside Llewyn Davis.
Joaquin Phoenix, Her.

Other possibilities:
Bradley Cooper, American Hustle.
James Gandolfini, Enough Said.
Ben Stiller, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

Best Supporting Actress
Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle.
Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave.
Julia Roberts, August: Osage County.
June Squibb, Nebraska.
Oprah Winfrey, The Butler.

Other possibilities:
Jane Fonda, The Butler.
Juliette Lewis, August: Osage County.
Margo Martindale, August: Osage County.
Octavia Spencer, Fruitvale Station.

Best Supporting Actor
Michael Fassbender, 12 Years a Slave.
Will Forte, Nebraska.
James Franco, Spring Breakers.
Tom Hanks, Saving Mr. Banks.
Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club.

Other possibilities:
Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips.
Daniel Brühl, Rush.
George Clooney, Gravity.
Robert De Niro, American Hustle.
James Gandolfini, Enough Said.
Jonah Hill, The Wolf of Wall Street.
Jeremy Renner, American Hustle.
Sam Shepard, August: Osage County.

Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity.
Spike Jonze, Her.
Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave.
David O. Russell, American Hustle.
Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street.

Other possibilities:
Woody Allen, Blue Jasmine.
Joel and Ethan Coen, Inside Llewyn Davis.
Lee Daniels, The Butler.
Paul Greengrass, Captain Phillips.
Alexander Payne, Nebraska.
Jean-Marc Vallée, Dallas Buyers Club.

Best Screenplay
Woody Allen, Blue Jasmine.
John Ridley, 12 Years a Slave.
David O. Russell and Eric Singer, American Hustle.
Tracy Lett, August: Osage County.
Kelly Marcel and Sue Smith, Saving Mr. Banks.

Other possibilities:
Danny Strong, The Butler.
Alfonso Cuarón and Jonás Cuarón, Gravity.
Terence Winter, The Wolf of Wall Street.
Spike Jonze, Her.
Bob Nelson, Nebraska.

Best Animated Feature
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.
The Croods.
Despicable Me 2.
Frozen.
Monsters University.

Other possibilities:
Epic.

 

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Stacey -

Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle????

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dinesh anant -

foreign language category nominations r good but the hunt n wind rises this two films r never seen any where in any festival list. rest three films r really great.I have seen it.tx.

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