Watch Golden Globes online: Red Carpet arrivals and awards ceremony
George Clooney will be present at the Golden Globes ceremony to pick up his Cecil B. DeMille Award. Will presenters Tina Fey and Amy Poehler sink or swim – or both, alternately? Well, the 2015 Golden Globes ceremony will begin shortly. Would you like to watch it online? Here are a few possibilities. (See updated list of winners and nominations further below.)
First of all, when it comes to the Golden Globes Red Carpet arrivals, depending on where you are in the world you can watch them right now on the NBC website or at Livestream or ustream.tv or on the Golden Globes website itself. According to various online sources – in all honesty, I can’t vouch for their accuracy – you can watch the Golden Globes live streaming online at livenewschat.eu. That’s supposed to be the actual ceremony, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Click on the aforementioned links at your own risk.
Double nominee Julianne Moore
So, will Selma and Into the Woods really win, respectively, Best Picture – Drama and Best Picture – Comedy or Musical? Or was their inclusion on the Golden Globes website truly just a technical glitch? Julianne Moore is a double nominee. Will she win one or two Best Actress awards?
Just in case you’re wondering, Julianne Moore has been shortlisted in the following Golden Globe categories:
- Best Actress – Drama for Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer’s Still Alice, also featuring Kristen Stewart, Hunter Parrish, Kate Bosworth, and Alec Baldwin.
- Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for David Cronenberg’s anti-Hollywood satire – with shades of Billy Wilder’s Sunset Blvd. – Maps to the Stars, with Moore playing a hyperkinetic Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson in the Wilder film) opposite the likes of Robert Pattinson (coincidentally, Stewart’s leading man in the Twilight movies), Mia Wasikowska (coincidentally, who nearly landed Stewart’s role in Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria), and John Cusack (can’t think of a Kirsten Stewart-related coincidence here).
Golden Globes presenters
The long, long list of 2015 Golden Globes presenters includes the following three movie veterans:
- Harrison Ford; the Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark actor took home a Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2002.
- Jane Fonda; Best Actress – Drama Golden Globe winner for Klute, 1971; Julia, 1977; and Coming Home, 1978.
- Meryl Streep; eight-time Golden Globe winner in various categories, in both film and television: Kramer vs. Kramer, 1979; The French Lieutenant’s Woman, 1981; Sophie’s Choice, 1982; Adaptation, 2002; Angels in America, 2003; The Devil Wears Prada, 2006; Julie & Julia, 2009; The Iron Lady, 2011.
In addition to the following:
Paul Rudd. Channing Tatum. Amy Adams. Colin Firth. Naomi Watts. Lupita Nyong’o. Jamie Dornan. Chris Pratt. David Duchovny. Kristen Wiig. Benedict Cumberbatch. Jennifer Aniston. Clive Owen. Katie Holmes.
Bill Hader. Jeremy Renner. Kate Beckinsale. Salma Hayek. Katherine Heigl. Kate Hudson. Melissa McCarthy. Sienna Miller. Adrien Brody. Anna Faris. Owen Wilson. Dakota Johnson. Jared Leto. Adam Levine. Colin Farrell. Bryan Cranston. Veteran Lily Tomlin (Nashville, Nine to Five).
Former Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais. Gwyneth Paltrow. Robert Downey Jr. Vince Vaughn. Oprah Winfrey. Jennifer Lopez. Catherine Zeta-Jones. Jack Black. Seth Meyers. Matthew McConaughey. Kevin Hart.
Golden Globes winners: Double nominee Julianne Moore tops Best Actress – Drama
The 2015 Golden Globes, held on Sunday, Jan. 11, were hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Scroll down for the full list of Golden Globes 2015 nominations and winners.
The text below was posted prior to the announcement of the 2015 Golden Globe winners.
Golden Globes snafu
Now, following a snafu at the Golden Globes’ website, some have been betting on Ava DuVernay’s Selma for Best Picture – Drama and Rob Marshall’s Into the Woods for Best Picture – Comedy or Musical. Even though the tech company handling the site’s graphics has taken full responsibility for the glitch, asserting that the 2015 “winners” were chosen randomly from the pool of Golden Globe nominees. They just weren’t supposed to go live online.
Those with short memories – and that’s most people and news outlets out there – apparently don’t recall that something similar happened in early 2009, when Anne Hathaway’s name was found on the Golden Globes site as the year’s Best Actress – Drama winner for her performance in Jonathan Demme’s Rachel Getting Married. Much ado was made in the media about the technical snafu.
Julianne Moore: Golden Globes shoo-in
According to Ernst & Young LLP, the company that tabulates the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s ballots, only they know the identity of the winners of the 2015 Golden Globes. Fine. But expect Julianne Moore to take home at least one Golden Globe, anyways.
Moore has been nominated in the two Best Actress categories for Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland’s Still Alice (Drama) and David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars (Comedy or Musical). The former also features Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth, Hunter Parrish, and Alec Baldwin; in the latter, Moore’s co-stars are Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack, and Carrie Fisher.
Golden Globes presenters
The long list of Golden Globes 2015 presenters includes eight-time Golden Globe winner Meryl Streep (in various categories):
- Kramer vs. Kramer (1979).
- The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981).
- Sophie’s Choice (1982).
- Adaptation (2002).
- Angels in America (2003).
- The Devil Wears Prada (2006).
- Julie & Julia (2009).
- The Iron Lady (2011).
Plus veteran Jane Fonda, Best Actress – Drama Golden Globe winner for:
- Klute (1971).
- Julia (1977).
- Coming Home (1978).
Other Golden Globes 2015 presenters:
Amy Adams. Paul Rudd. Channing Tatum. Naomi Watts. Colin Firth. Jamie Dornan. Jennifer Aniston. David Duchovny. Kristen Wiig. Lupita Nyong’o. Benedict Cumberbatch. Clive Owen. Harrison Ford (Cecil B. DeMille Award winner in 2002).
Bill Hader. Katie Holmes. Salma Hayek. Chris Pratt. Jeremy Renner. Katherine Heigl. Kate Hudson. Kate Beckinsale. Dakota Johnson. Adrien Brody. Anna Faris. Sienna Miller. Jared Leto. Adam Levine. Melissa McCarthy.
Gwyneth Paltrow. Lily Tomlin. Owen Wilson. Bryan Cranston. Vince Vaughn. Colin Farrell. Jennifer Lopez. Jack Black. Matthew McConaughey. Oprah Winfrey. Catherine Zeta-Jones. Seth Meyers. Robert Downey Jr. Kevin Hart. Former Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais.
Much ado about nothing
Update: As it turned out, Richard Linklater’s Boyhood – not Selma – was selected as the year’s (English-language) Best Motion Picture – Drama. Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel – not Into the Woods – was the year’s Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical.
Expect much more ado about nothing when absolutely nothing of any significance happens – but media pundits create a furore anyhow because, well, they need them eyeballs and clicks.
Golden Globes winners & nominations – Motion Pictures
Best Motion Picture – Drama
* Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater.
Foxcatcher, directed by Bennett Miller.
The Imitation Game, directed by Morten Tyldum.
Selma, directed by Ava DuVernay.
The Theory of Everything, directed by James Marsh.
Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical
Birdman, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Into the Woods, directed by Rob Marshall.
* The Grand Budapest Hotel, directed by Wes Anderson.
Pride, directed by Matthew Warchus.
St. Vincent, directed by Theodore Melfi.
Best Foreign Language Film
Force Majeure / Turist (Sweden), directed by Ruben Östlund.
Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (Israel), directed by Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz.
Ida (Poland / Denmark), directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.
* Leviathan (Russia), directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev.
Tangerines / Mandarinid (Estonia), directed by Zaza Urushadze.
Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Ava DuVernay, Selma.
David Fincher, Gone Girl.
Alejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman.
* Richard Linklater, Boyhood.
Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama
Jennifer Aniston, Cake.
Felicity Jones, The Theory of Everything.
* Julianne Moore, Still Alice.
Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl.
Reese Witherspoon, Wild.
Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
Steve Carell, Foxcatcher.
Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler.
David Oyelowo, Selma.
* Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything.
Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
* Amy Adams, Big Eyes.
Emily Blunt, Into the Woods.
Helen Mirren, The Hundred-Foot Journey.
Julianne Moore, Maps to the Stars.
Quvenzhané Wallis, Annie.
Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
* Michael Keaton, Birdman.
Bill Murray, St. Vincent.
Joaquin Phoenix, Inherent Vice.
Christoph Waltz, Big Eyes.
Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl.
* Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo, Birdman.
Richard Linklater, Boyhood.
Graham Moore, The Imitation Game.
Best Animated Feature
Big Hero 6, directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams.
The Book of Life, directed by Jorge R. Gutierrez.
The Boxtrolls, directed by Graham Annable and Anthony Stacchi.
The Lego Movie, directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
* How to Train Your Dragon 2, directed by Dean DeBlois.
Best Original Score
* Jóhann Jóhannsson, The Theory of Everything.
Alexandre Desplat, The Imitation Game.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Gone Girl.
Antonio Sanchez, Birdman.
Hans Zimmer, Interstellar.
“Big Eyes,” by Lana Del Ray, Big Eyes.
* “Glory,” by John Legend and Common, Selma.
“Mercy Is,” by Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye, Noah.
“Opportunity,” by Greg Kurstin, Sia Furler and Will Gluck, Annie.
“Yellow Flicker Beat,” by Lorde, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Cecil B. DeMille Award: George Clooney.
Golden Globes winners and nominations – Television
Best Made-for-Television Movie or Miniseries
The Normal Heart, directed by Ryan Murphy.
True Detective, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and Justin Lin.
Olive Kitteridge, directed by Lisa Cholodenko.
* Fargo, directed by various.
The Missing, directed by Tom Shankland.
Best Actress in a Made-for-Television Movie or Miniseries
* Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Honorable Woman.
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Frances McDormand, Olive Kitteridge.
Frances O’Connor, The Missing.
Allison Tolman, Fargo.
Best Actor in a Made-for-Television Movie or Miniseries
Martin Freeman, Fargo.
Woody Harrelson, True Detective.
Matthew McConaughey, True Detective.
Mark Ruffalo, The Normal Heart.
* Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo.
Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical
Orange Is the New Black.
Jane the Virgin.
Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical
Lena Dunham, Girls.
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie.
* Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep.
Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black.
Best Television Series – Drama
* The Affair.
Game of Thrones.
The Good Wife.
House of Cards.
Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama
Claire Danes, Homeland.
Viola Davis, How to Get Away with Murder.
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife.
* Ruth Wilson, The Affair.
Robin Wright, House of Cards.
Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television
Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black.
Kathy Bates, American Horror Story: Freak Show.
* Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey.
Allison Janney, Mom.
Michelle Monaghan, True Detective.
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television
* Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart.
Alan Cumming, The Good Wife.
Colin Hanks, Fargo.
Bill Murray, Olive Kitteridge.
Jon Voight, Ray Donovan.
Director Russell Crowe Bypassed, but ‘The Water Diviner’ ties with ‘The Babadook’ for Best Film: ACCTA Awards winners and nominations
The 2015 Australian Academy Awards, a.k.a. the AACTA Awards, for Best Film – that’s right, awards – went to both Russell Crowe’s The Water Diviner and Jennifer Kent’s acclaimed horror thriller The Babadook. Kent also went home with AACTA Awards for Best Director – Crowe wasn’t even shortlisted in that category – and Best Original Screenplay.
In The Water Diviner, Crowe plays an Australian man looking for his three missing sons following the bloody Battle of Gallipoli in Turkey. In The Babadook, a widow and mother discovers a malefic force in her home. But is it fantasy or reality? Both?
No international names among acting winners
Guy Pearce and former Twilight star Robert Pattinson were shortlisted for David Michôd’s dystopian drama The Rover, but the Best Supporting Actor and Best Actor AACTA Awards went to, respectively, David Gulpilil for Charlie’s Country and Yilmaz Erdogan for The Water Diviner.
The Rover did, however, win one award in the acting categories: Susan Prior was chosen as the year’s Best Supporting Actress. The Best Actress winner was Sarah Snook for Michael and Peter Spierig’s sci-fi thriller Predestination.
See below the full list of 2015 AACTA Award winners and nominations.
AACTA Awards: Feature Film Categories
BEST FILM (tie)
* THE BABADOOK Kristina Ceyton and Kristian Moliere.
CHARLIE’S COUNTRY Nils Erik Nielsen, Peter Djigirr and Rolf de Heer.
PREDESTINATION Paddy McDonald, Tim McGahan, Peter Spierig and Michael Spierig.
THE RAILWAY MAN Chris Brown, Andy Paterson and Bill Curbishley.
TRACKS Emile Sherman and Iain Canning.
* THE WATER DIVINER Andrew Mason, Keith Rodger and Troy Lum.
* THE BABADOOK Jennifer Kent.
CHARLIE’S COUNTRY Rolf de Heer.
PREDESTINATION Peter Spierig and Michael Spierig.
THE ROVER David Michôd.
Kate Box THE LITTLE DEATH.
Essie Davis THE BABADOOK.
* Sarah Snook PREDESTINATION.
Mia Wasikowska TRACKS.
Russell Crowe THE WATER DIVINER.
* David Gulpilil CHARLIE’S COUNTRY.
Damon Herriman THE LITTLE DEATH.
Guy Pearce THE ROVER.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Patrick Brammall THE LITTLE DEATH.
* Yilmaz Erdogan THE WATER DIVINER.
Robert Pattinson THE ROVER.
TJ Power THE LITTLE DEATH.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Erin James THE LITTLE DEATH.
Jacqueline McKenzie THE WATER DIVINER.
Kate Mulvany THE LITTLE DEATH.
* Susan Prior THE ROVER.
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
52 TUESDAYS Matthew Cormack and Sophie Hyde.
* THE BABADOOK Jennifer Kent.
CHARLIE’S COUNTRY Rolf de Heer and David Gulpilil.
THE WATER DIVINER Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastasios.
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
PREDESTINATION Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig.
* THE RAILWAY MAN Frank Cottrell Boyce and Andy Paterson.
FELL Marden Dean.
* PREDESTINATION Ben Nott ACS.
THE RAILWAY MAN Gary Phillips ACS.
TRACKS Mandy Walker ASC ACS.
52 TUESDAYS Bryan Mason.
THE BABADOOK Simon Njoo.
* PREDESTINATION Matt Villa ASE.
THE WATER DIVINER Matt Villa ASE.
BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE
HEALING David Hirschfelder.
PREDESTINATION Peter Spierig.
* THE RAILWAY MAN David Hirschfelder.
THE ROVER Antony Partos and Sam Petty.
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
THE BABADOOK Alex Holmes.
* PREDESTINATION Matthew Putland.
THE ROVER Jo Ford.
THE WATER DIVINER Christopher Kennedy.
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
PREDESTINATION Wendy Cork.
THE RAILWAY MAN Lizzy Gardiner.
TRACKS Mariot Kerr.
* THE WATER DIVINER Tess Schofield.
CHARLIE’S COUNTRY James Currie and Tom Heuzenroeder.
FELONY William Ward, Andrew Plain, Grant Shepherd and Robert Mackenzie.
THE RAILWAY MAN Andrew Plain, Gethin Creagh, Craig Walmsley and Colin Nicolson.
* THE ROVER Sam Petty, Des Kenneally, Justine Angus, Brooke Trezise, Francis Ward Lindsay and Robert Mackenzie.
AACTA Awards: Documentary & Short Films & Television Categories (partial list)
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
ALL THIS MAYHEM George Pank, Eddie Martin and James Gay-Rees.
DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D Andrew Wight and Brett Popplewell.
THE LAST IMPRESARIO Nicole O’Donohue.
* UKRAINE IS NOT A BROTHEL Kitty Green, Jonathan auf der Heide and Michael Latham.
BEST SHORT ANIMATION
GOD SQUAD Nicholas Kempt and Troy Zafer.
* GRACE UNDER WATER Anthony Lawrence.
LOVE IN THE TIME OF MARCH MADNESS Robertino Zambrano and Melissa Johnson.
THE VIDEO DATING TAPE OF DESMONDO RAY, AGED 33 AND ¾ Steve Baker.
BEST SHORT FICTION FILM
* FLORENCE HAS LEFT THE BUILDING Mirrah Foulkes and Alex White.
GREY BULL Eddy Bell and Khoby Rowe.
THE iMOM Ariel Martin and Anna Fawcett.
WELCOME TO IRON KNOB Dave Wade and Alexandra Blue.
BEST TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES
* THE CODE Shelley Birse, David Maher and David Taylor.
JANET KING Karl Zwicky and Lisa Scott.
PUBERTY BLUES SEASON 2 John Edwards and Imogen Banks.
RAKE SERIES 3 Ian Collie, Peter Duncan and Richard Roxburgh.
BEST TELEVISION COMEDY SERIES
IT’S A DATE SERIES 2 Laura Waters, Andrea Denholm, Paul Walton and Peter Helliar.
THE MOODYS Chloe Rickard and Jason Burrows.
PLEASE LIKE ME Todd Abbott, Josh Thomas and Kevin Whyte.
SHAUN MICALLEF’S MAD AS HELL, SERIES 3 Peter Beck and Shaun Micallef.
* UTOPIA Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner, Michael Hirsh and Rob Sitch.
BEST ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Luke Arnold INXS – NEVER TEAR US APART.
Richard Roxburgh RAKE SERIES 3.
Dan Spielman THE CODE.
* Ashley Zukerman THE CODE.
BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Danielle Cormack WENTWORTH SERIES 2 Episode 11: Into The Night.
Ashleigh Cummings PUBERTY BLUES SEASON 2.
* Marta Dusseldorp JANET KING.
Kat Stewart OFFSPRING SEASON 5.
BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
* Eamon Farren CARLOTTA.
Andrew McFarlane DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND Episode 1.5: The Whirlwind and The Storm.
Andy Ryan INXS – NEVER TEAR US APART Part 1.
Dan Wyllie RAKE SERIES 3 Episode 1.
BEST GUEST OR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Charlotte Best PUBERTY BLUES SEASON 2 Episode 8.
Piper Morrissey SECRETS & LIES Episode 6.
* Chelsie Preston Crayford THE CODE Episode 1.
Denise Roberts SCHAPELLE.
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TELEVISION COMEDY
Patrick Brammall THE MOODYS.
* Debra Lawrance PLEASE LIKE ME.
Celia Pacquola UTOPIA.
Josh Thomas PLEASE LIKE ME.
AACTA International Award
* Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).
The Grand Budapest Hotel.
The Imitation Game.
* Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Michael Keaton.
Foxcatcher, Steve Carell.
The Imitation Game, Benedict Cumberbatch.
Nightcrawler, Jake Gyllenhaal.
The Theory of Everything, Eddie Redmayne.
* Still Alice, Julianne Moore.
The Babadook, Essie Davis.
The Theory of Everything, Felicity Jones.
Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike.
Wild, Reese Witherspoon.
Best Supporting Actor
* Whiplash, J.K. Simmons.
Boyhood, Ethan Hawke.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Edward Norton.
Foxcatcher, Mark Ruffalo.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Andy Serkis.
Best Supporting Actress
* Boyhood, Patricia Arquette.
The Imitation Game, Keira Knightley.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Emma Stone.
Into the Woods, Meryl Streep.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Naomi Watts.
* Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Boyhood, Richard Linklater.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson.
The Imitation Game, Morten Tyldum.
Whiplash, Damien Chazelle.
* Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo.
Boyhood, Richard Linklater.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson.
The Imitation Game, Graham Moore.
Whiplash, Damien Chazelle.
AACTA Awards official website.
Image of double nominee Julianne Moore in Maps to the Stars: Focus World.
Image of double nominee Julianne Moore in Still Alice: Sony Pictures Classics.
Golden Globe winner Amy Adams Big Eyes image: The Weinstein Company.
Image of actor-director Russell Crowe in Best Film AACTA Award co-winner The Water Diviner: eOne Entertainment / Warner Bros.
Image of Essie Davis in Best Film AACTA Award co-winner The Babadook: Screen Australia / Causeway Films.