OSCARS 2018!!!!

This is almost two weeks late, but I don’t care! The Oscars have come and gone, but that does not stop me from celebrating and reliving one of the best nights of the year.

So without further ado, welcome to Ticket Stub Love’s Oscar Mega Post for 2018! For new readers, in our mega post we will be discussing the show, the winners, seeing how my predictions lined up, and of course the red carpet. As usual, joining us for red carpet coverage will be Amanda A. so a special thank you to her again.

This year’s Academy Awards were special for the 90th show. Jimmy Kimmel hosted again, and I can say with full force that I am just not a fan of his hosting. I was not crazy about him last year and for some godforsaken reason, the Academy invited him back to host. After Envelopegate (check out my post from last year for a summary), the Academy was obviously trying to right their wrongs, from redesigned envelopes to even inviting Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty to present Best Picture again.

Kimmel does not strike the right chord with me though. He played it safe this time and was able to deftly discuss the Me Too movement, but overall his hosting lagged. The visiting theater bit was unnecessary (how many times will we bring in the “commoners” and laugh) and he can never handle a Best Picture moment without it being awkward (like not allowing the winners to fully speak). The show itself, on the other hand, was great. The stages were gorgeous and I appreciated the well placed montages here and there to honor film history. What’s not a great show without deserving and history making winners too!

After The Shape of Water’s Best Picture win

Be sure to check out TSL’s twitter page for more play by plays of the night’s biggest moments as well. Let’s move on to the winners!  (✓ if my prediction was right, ✗ if I was wrong)

Best Picture: The Shape of Water ✗

So I wanted Shape to win this whole time, but I was scared off by Three Billboards‘ streak and the many predictions for a Get Out win. I should have went with my gut though, and I am thrilled by this win!

Director: Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water ✓  (Perhaps my favorite win)

Actor in a Leading Role: Gary Oldman for The Darkest Hour ✓

Actress in a Leading Role: Frances McDormand for Three Billboards ✓  (One of the best speeches, see: inclusion rider)

Actor in a Supporting Role: Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards ✓

Actress in a Supporting Role: Allison Janney for I,Tonya ✓

Original Screenplay: Get Out ✓  (So happy for Jordan Peele!)

Adapted Screenplay: Call Me by Your Name ✓

Animated Feature Film: Coco ✓

Foreign Film: A Fantastic Woman  ✓

Best Music (original song): “Remember Me”, Coco 

Music (original score): The Shape of Water ✓

Cinematography: Blade Runner 2049 ✓  (Important to note that Roger Deakins has been nominated 14 times and this was his first win!)

Costume Design: Phantom Thread ✓

Documentary Feature: Icarus ✗

Film Editing: Dunkirk ✓

Makeup and Hair styling:  Darkest Hour ✓

Production Design: The Shape of Water ✓

Visual Effects: Blade Runner 2049 ✗

Sound Mixing: Dunkirk ✗

Sound Editing:  Dunkirk ✓

Short Film, live action: The Silent Child 

Short Film, animated:  Dear Basketball   (Kobe Bryant is an Oscar winner?)

Documentary Short: Heaven Is a Traffic Jam on the 405 ✗

I got a 19/24, which might be the best I’ve done in a while so I’m proud of myself!

On to the Red Carpet! I’ll give my picks first, then Amanda A.

Amy’s Choices

BEST

Greta Gerwig in Rodarte

As the fifth woman to ever be nominated for Best Director, Greta killed it this year with her film Lady Bird and she killed it in this dress! I absolutely love this yellow!

Lupita Nyong’o in custom Atelier Versace

I love everything about dress, from the gold to the details. It gives me serious Wakanda vibes and I’m here for it!

Jennifer Garner in Atelier Versace

JEN! That cobalt blue! The side swept hair! The cut and flow of that dress! This is glamour and this is a look.

Allison Janney in Reem Acra

Now this is a dress you win an Oscar in! I love the color and the flow of the sleeves.

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Sandra Bullock in Louis Vuitton

Not my favorite dress, but I like it the more I look at it. Gotta love Sandy.

WORST

Emily Blunt in Schiaparelli Haute Couture

No

Zendaya in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture

This would be fine if it didn’t look like a curtain falling off the rod. 

 

Amanda’s Picks

BEST

Lupita Nyong’o in custom Atelier Versace

Lupita managed to look like a more perfect version of the Oscars statue. I love the gold and the sash detail which invoked the Black Panther. Wakanda forever!

Sandra Bullock in Louis Vuitton

She is looking radiant in this metallic dress

Adam Rippon in Moschino

Loved how Adam showed off his personality in this well cut suit. Also he has fierce face down!

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Viola Davis in Michael Kors Collection

Shout out to Viola for daring to wear such a bold color among all the neutral dresses. Hot pink looks great on her! Unfortunately the neckline is kind of awkward and doesn’t flatter her.

WORST

Salma Hayek in custom Gucci

I love bling but this looks cheap and is a bit of an overload.

Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein By Appointment

It looks a bit like a prom dress. That pale pink does nothing for her and the fit is weird.

Thanks again Amanda A! Looks like another Oscars has come and gone. As always, it was wonderful to see deserving films honored. The fashion never hurts either! Congratulations to all the winners and nominees, and thank you for tuning into awards season coverage here at Ticket Stub Love!

images from: https://www.vanityfair.com/style/photos/2018/03/oscars-2018-red-carpet-looks-dresses

 

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Oscar Predictions 2018

Happy Oscar Sunday! Before the best night of the year begins, here are my prediction’s for tonight’s winners

full list of nominees here

Best Picture: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ? (Possibly Get Out?)

The reason I have so many question marks is because this is one of the closest races for Best Picture that I have seen in years! There really is no clear front runner. While I would love to see The Shape of Water win big, it might be the safe choice. Three Billboards has had a good run this awards season, but Get Out might be the dark horse here. When I first saw Get Out in numerous predictions, I was baffled. The preferential ballot system would favor a Get Out win though, so the logic makes sense and honestly the film is well deserving.

Director: Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water

Actor in a Leading Role: Gary Oldman for The Darkest Hour

Actress in a Leading Role: Frances McDormand for Three Billboards

Actor in a Supporting Role: Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards

Actress in a Supporting Role: Allison Janney for I,Tonya

Original Screenplay: Get Out

Adapted Screenplay: Call Me by Your Name

Animated Feature Film: Coco

Foreign Film: A Fantastic Woman 

Best Music (original song): “Remember Me”, Coco

Music (original score): The Shape of Water

Cinematography: Blade Runner 2049

Costume Design: Phantom Thread

Documentary Feature: Faces Places

Film Editing: Dunkirk

Makeup and Hair styling:  Darkest Hour

Production Design: The Shape of Water

Visual Effects: War for the Planet of the Apes

Sound Mixing: Baby Driver

Sound Editing:  Dunkirk

Short Film, live action: The Silent Child

Short Film, animated:  Dear Basketball

Documentary Short: Heroin(e)

Make sure to tune in to the Oscars tonight at 8 pm EST on ABC! Red carpet coverage starts at 7 pm. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting again year (why), but it should be a good show with a lot of great winners. I will also be live tweeting so check out our Twitter page as well!

GOLDEN GLOBES 2018!!!!!

Awards season is finally here people! The Golden Globes were this past Sunday and the resounding theme of the night was TIME’S UP! From actresses wearing black on the red carpet to riveting speeches calling for change in response to the major sexual harassment issues in the workplace, the Golden Globes this year definitely had a more serious, but hopeful tone. Seth Meyers to me was a forgettable host because in the end, it was not about the jokes but more about the message being put forth by the winners and those in attendance. There were some great winners and surprises though! Perhaps my, and maybe everyone else’s, favorite moment of the night was Oprah’s incredible speech as she accepted the Cecille B. DeMille award. I believe everyone should take the time to watch or read her words so please do!

Also, for more of my opinions and live reactions to the show, make sure to check out TSL’s live twitter feed from yesterday!

Some highlights:

  • Best Motion Picture Drama: 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, This one took me by surprise. I really thought it was going to be The Shape of Water so let us see where the rest of awards season takes us.
  • Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Ladybird, So thrilled for Greta Gerwig (who was majorly snubbed for a directing nom). Get Out deserved more recognition though.
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Frances McDormand for 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Again I was not expecting this, but I really like Frances and she had a great speech.
  • Best Director: Guillero Del Toro for The Shape of Water, I had to report on this because I love Del Toro and was truly so happy for him! It was unacceptable, however, to try to play him off the stage. Like he said, give him a moment! It took 25 years to get there!
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: Gary Oldman for The Darkest Hour, such a legendary actor who also should not have been played off
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: James Franco for The Disaster Artist, Thought it was kind of rude when he pushed Tommy Wiseau (the man he played in the movie) away from the mic though
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Saoirse Ronan for Lady Bird
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Sam Rockwell for 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: Allison Janney for I, Tonya, well deserved!
  • Best TV Series DramaThe Handmaid’s Tale
  • Best TV Series Comedy: The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselRise Amy Sherman-Palladino, rise!
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Drama: Sterling K. Brown for This is Us, YES!
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Drama: Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy: Aziz Ansari for Master of None, Represent! Him and Brown were the first black and Asian actors to win in their respective categories.
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy: Rachel Brosnahan for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • Best Actor, Limited Series or Motion Picture for TV: Ewan McGregor for Fargo
  • Best Actress, Limited Series or Motion Picture for TV: Nicole Kidman for Big Little Lies, an incredible performance and speech! Big Little Lies was a major winner of the night.

Typing out all the winners is a lot of work, so check out the full list here!

So I actually considered not doing a Red Carpet segment for this year’s post just because I figured the red carpet was not meant to be the focus of the evening. Then I realized how wrong I was. By wearing black, actresses brought even more attention to what they were wearing and united under a common front. This year’s fashion was more important than ever! So joining us again is Amanda A. highlighting a few of our favorite looks.

Amy’s Choices

Reese Witherspoon

Simple, clean, elegant

Angelina Jolie

So classy with the feathered sleeves and sheer overlay. I feel the need to pull her chair out for her and call her madam.

Dakota Johnson

Liked the front and then she turned around and I loved the back!

Penelope Cruz

That lace! What a bombshell

Mariah Carey

Mariah is flawless and I don’t know anyone else.

Amanda’s Choices

Issa Rae

That train! And that slit!

Kerry Washington

Love the shimmer and the shoes

Allison Janney

Sunning and so unique!

Also: Penelope Cruz

Angelina Jolie

Claire Foy

Jessica Biel

Thanks for joining us Amanda A! That’s the end of our Golden Globe coverage for this year! Next stop: SAG Awards on January 21st.

images from: http://www.elle.com/fashion/celebrity-style/g14751545/golden-globes-best-red-carpet-dresses-2018/

 

 

GOLDEN GLOBES 2017!!!

Yay awards season is finally here! First up we had the Golden Globes Sunday night hosted by Jimmy Fallon. The show as a whole was OK. There were not a lot of funny moments so to say, but more so memorable ones with some great winners and some amazing speeches (Meryl!!). Jimmy Fallon I thought was an alright host. I loved the opening La La Land inspired sequence but other than that and Questlove, he really did not bring anything new to the table.

Make sure to check out TSL’s live twitter feed from yesterday’s show for more of my reactions and opinions about the show!

Some highlights:

  • Best Motion Picture Drama: Moonlight, I’m excited to see this film but I feel like it is being majorly swept under the rug.
  • Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: La La Land, the film swept the Globes with a record-breaking 7 wins.
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Isabelle Hupert for Elle, I was not expecting this!
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Ryan Gosling for La La Land, yup I had a feeling it would go to either of the Ryans (the other being Ryan Reynolds for Deadpool).
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Emma Stone for La La Land, yup predicted that.
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Aaron Taylor-Johnson for Nocturnal Animals, I love him so I was really happy with his win! Though I think Mahershala Ali (Moonlight) might have been robbed.
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: Viola Davis for Fences, one of the best wins of the night and her speech was great.
  • Best TV Series DramaThe Crown, happy to say I predicted it!
  • Best TV Series ComedyAtlanta, did not see this one coming but I am so happy it won. It’s a great show!
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Drama: Billy Bob Thornton for Goliath, yup predicted it.
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Drama: Claire Foy for The Crown, yup predicted this one too!
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy: Donald Glover for Atlanta, another one of my favorite wins of the night! Love him!
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy: Tracee Ellis Ross for Black-ish, she made history as the first black woman to win in this category since Debbie Allen in 1983!
  • Best Actor, Limited Series or Motion Picture for TV: Tom Hiddleston for The Night Manager, his speech was probably one of the low moments of night for me. It’s nice to talk about humanitarian work but not when it’s all about your show in the end.
  • Best Actress, Limited Series or Motion Picture for TV: Sarah Paulson for The People v. OJ, yup predicted her!

Typing all this out is a lot of work so check out the full list of winners here.

Now onto my other favorite part of awards season: THE RED CARPET!

Joining us again this year with her red carpet picks is Amanda A!

Amy’s Choices

BEST

Lily Collins in Zuhair Murad

My favorite look of the night. I dream about this dress, I am obsessed with this dress. It is absolutely gorgeous!

Reese Witherspoon in Atelier Versace

 Love the light yellow color and elegant fit

Viola Davis in Michael Kors

YELLOWWWW, it’s bright and it’s a risk but Viola pulls it off exceptionally

Brie Larson in Rodarte

Classic and gorgeous Brie

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Emma Stone in Valentino Haute Couture

I thought the color was kind of drab on this one actually. The stars make up for it though.

Mandy Moore in Naeem Khan

Liked the cape and cut

THE WORST

Jessica Chastain in Prada

Was not a fan of the color, cut, or design at all

Zoe Saldana in Gucci Premiere

Get those ruffles out of here! Zoe Saldana’s looks are often hit or miss with me.

Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen

Those sleeves though..I’m not sure if the dress would be much better without them though.

Felicity Jones in Gucci

Sorry Amanda A, I know you like this dress but it just didn’t cut it for me. I like the black details the more I look at it, but the dress as a whole disappointed me.

Amanda’s Choices

Surprising number of great dresses on the carpet last night! It was extremely hard to narrow them down this time. Loved to see some of these ladies taking risks with their fashion choices that paid off. 

BEST

Viola Davis in Michael Kors

Tell me who else pulls off highlighter yellow like that? 

Felicity Jones in Gucci

This dress is getting a lot of undeserved hate, but I love the different colors and the detail. 
Emma Stone in Valentino Haute Couture
Such a pretty color on her and I love the stars! 
Issa Rae in Christian Siriano
She looked like a goddess! 
Lily Collins in Zuhair Murad
A perfect princess dress
HONORABLE MENTIONS
Brie Larson in Rodarte
A classic and elegant look
Ruth Negga in Louis Vuitton
So unique and she pulled it off.
Evan Rachel Wood in custom Altuzarra
The fit of this suit is amazing.
WORST

Jessica Biel in Elie Saab Haute Couture

A bit too low cut and she doesn’t have much to show for it.

Sarah Jessica Parker in Vera Wang

Was she trying to pay homage to Princess Leia? Idk

Jessica Chastain in Prada

Looked kinda like a bedspread. Not feeling the color, cut, or details 

Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad

Eh a bit much 

That’s the end of our Golden Globes coverage! Special thanks to Amanda A for her red carpet picks and to Asha A for watching the show with me again! We’ll be back for the SAG awards Saturday, January 29th.

images from: http://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/pictures/golden-globes-2017-red-carpet-fashion-what-the-stars-wore-w459648

http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/08/entertainment/gallery/golden-globes-red-carpet-2017/

SAG AWARDS 2015

Yay! The Screen Actor’s Guild awards were on Sunday and we have some awesome and surprising winners!

full list of winners: click here

The highlights:

  • Outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture: Birdman, wow Boyhood better watch out
  • Outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything, Is Eddie going to win the Oscar? Man I really want Michael Keaton though!
  • Outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role: Julianne Moore, Still Alice
  • Outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role: Alan Arkin, Whiplash. yup
  • Outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role : Patricia Arquette, Boyhood. yup
  • Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series: Downton Abbey, wow!
  • Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series: Orange is the New Black, wow!
  • Outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series: Kevin Spacey, House of Cards. yup
  • Outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series: Viola Davis, How to Get Away with Murder, YAS! I loved her speech
  • Outstanding performance by a male actor in a comedy series: William H. Macy, Shameless, wow!
  • Outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series: Uzo Aduba, Orange is the New Black, YAS! I loved her speech too

Now onto the RED CARPET!

My favorites:

  • Julianne Moore in Ricardo Tisci (great color on her)

JULIANNE MOORE photo | Julianne Moore

  • Reese Witherspoon: Giorgio Armani (She’s been great all award season!)

REESE WITHERSPOON photo | Reese Witherspoon

  • Rashida Jones in Emanuel Ungaro (I don’t know, I liked it)

RASHIDA JONES photo | Rashida Jones

  • Viola Davis in Max Mara (lots of white on the red carpet!)

VIOLA DAVIS photo | Viola Davis

Not So Good

  • Jennifer Aniston in Galliano

JENNIFER ANISTON photo | Jennifer Aniston

  • Lorelei Linklater in Honor

Lorelei Linklater in Honor

That’s all for now folks! Join us next time for our Oscar predictions and all that jazz.

images from: http://www.peoplestylewatch.com/people/stylewatch/package/gallery/0,,20881791_20895795,00.html

GOLDEN GLOBES 2015

THIS IS SO LATE BUT I DON’T CARE…HERE WE GO……AWARD SEASON 2015!!!! woo

How’s everyone doing? Long time, no see! So I’m going to get right down to the point here, before this award season, I had very to little interest in the movies nominated. It definitely seemed like a lackluster award season, but now I am actually getting pretty excited. There are some pretty good movies out right now (my challenge: see all Oscar best pic nominated before the show on 2/22)!

So I Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the show for the 3rd and last time. Overall I thought it was a pretty good show. The duo was funny but I felt like they really played those North Korea and Bill Cosby jokes to the point where it got cringe-worthy but hey Tina and Amy rock so…

Some highlights:

  • Best Motion Picture Drama: Boyhood, (yup = called it)
  • Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: The Grand Budapest Hotel, what. Where did Wes Anderson come from, also how did this get 9 Oscar nominations??
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Julianne Moore for Still Alice, not expecting that! Still rooting for Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl or Reese Witherspoon for Wild
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything, not expecting this either but good for him!
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Michael Keaton for Birdman, yup and I love his speech, best one of the night
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Amy Adams for Big Eyes, yup
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Alan Arkin for Whiplash, yup and btw Whiplash looks great!
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture: Patricia Arquette for Boyhood, yup
  • Best TV Series Drama: The Affair, not expecting that
  • Best TV Series Comedy: Transparent, not expecting that either, all the TV winners were new winners too
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Drama: Kevin Spacey for House of Cards, yup
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Drama: Ruth Wilson for The Affair, not expecting that
  • Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy: Jeffrey Tambor for Transparent, again I was so bad at predicting the TV winners!
  • Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy: Gina Rodrguez for Jane the Virgin, yay I loved her speech too! She really deserved it!

Okay so I do not really feel like typing out the rest so check out the full list of winners here

Yes so let us finally get down to the best part….THE RED CARPET!

Here are favorites:

  • Jenna Dewan Tatum in Carolina Herrera

  • Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein

  • Jessica Chastain in Atelier Versace

Jessica Chastain | All The Looks On The 2015 Golden Globes Red Carpet

Honestly, there were’t too many looks that I really loved this year.

The Not-So-Good

  • Kiera Knightley in Chanel

  • Patricia Arquette in Escada

  • Lana del Rey in Travilla

That concludes our Golden Globe coverage, join us next time for the SAG awards on January 25th!

images from:

http://www.elle.com/fashion/celebrity-style/news/g14804/all-the-looks-from-the-golden-globes/?thumbnails

Oscar Predictions 2014

Ahhh it’s my favorite time of year again….THE OSCARS! So while the big show is set for Sunday, here are Ticket Stub Love’s predictions for the big winners!

one again, a link for the full list of nominees and our previous nominations post

Best Picture: 12 Years a Slave. If not this then American Hustle, but I would be surprised.

Director: Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity. Gravity is a filmmaker’s achievement and Cuaron deserves it all the way.

Actor in  Leading Role: Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club. I want Leo to win so badly for Wolf Of Wall Street, but McConaughey has been sweeping all the major awards so he is my pick.

Actress in a Leading Role: Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine

Actor in a Supporting Role: Jared Leto for Dallas Buyers Club

Actress in a Supporting Role: Lupita Nyong’o for 12 Years a Slave. There is a 50/50 chance between her and Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle. Though I get the sinking feeling JLaw might get it, she already won an Oscar just last year so I’m rooting for Lupita.

Original ScreenplayHer – Spike Jonze

Adapted Screenplay: 12 Years a Slave – John Ridley

Animated Feature Film: Frozen

Foreign Film: The Great Beauty (Italy)

Best Music (original song): Frozen: “Let it Go” — Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez . Though “Happy” by Pharell, also nominated,  is such a good song!

Music (original score): Gravity – Steven Price

Cinematography: Gravity – Emmanuel Lubezki

Costume Design: American Hustle – Michael Wilkinson

Documentary Feature:  The Act of Killing

Film Editing: Gravity – Alfonso Cuaron, Mark Sanger

Makeup and Hair styling:  Dallas Buyers Club – Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews

Production Design: Gravity – Andy Nicholson, Rosie Goodwin and Joanne Woollard.

Visual Effects: Gravity. I know, I vote too much for Gravity! I just feel like it will win many of the technical awards.

Sound Mixing: Lone Survivor  (I’ve kind of just been guessing at this point..)

Sound Editing:  All Is Lost

Short Film, live action: Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just Before Losing Everything)

Short Film, animated:  Get a Horse!

Documentary Short: Facing Fear

Okay so tune in to see the 86th Academy Awards hosted By Ellen DeGeneres (who everyone loves so I’m sure it will be a great show) on Sunday, March 2nd at 8:30pm ET on ABC. Red carpet coverage will probably start a 7 or 8. HERE WE GO!!!

We will do our Mega Post next weekend!

Golden Globes 2014!!!

Sorry this is late guys. Award season is a go now!!!!!!!!  Okay so this year’s Golden Globes were hosted for the second time by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who I thought were very funny as always. We had some great winners this year! Here’s a complete list of winners:

http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/12/showbiz/celebrity-news-gossip/2014-golden-globes-winners/

Some highlights:

  • Best Motion Picture Drama: 12 Years a Slave, yup
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine, yup
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club, yup
  • Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: American Hustle, yup
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Amy Adams for American Hustle, yup
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Leonardo DiCaprio for Wolf of Wall Street, YEAH BOY! 🙂
  • Best Supporting Actress: Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle, noooo I wanted Lupita Nyong’o!
  • Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto for Dallas Buyers Club, yup
  • Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron for Gravity, yup
  • Breaking Bad for Best Television Drama and Best Actor TV Drama (Bryan Cranston), no surprise
  • Best Actress TV Drama: Robin Wright for House of Cards, hmm unexpected but good
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine for Best TV Series Comedy or Musical and Best Actor Comedy or Musical (Andy Samberg), what the heck?! No one saw that coming and I’m sorry but I have never watched this show or heard much about it.
  • Best Actress in a TV Comedy or Musical: Amy Poehler for Parks and Recreation, well done HFPA!

I don’t feel like typing up the rest, just look at the link above! A few mini moments that you can look up: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Reese Witherspoon proved to be a very funny duo in their little moment during the opening, Emma Thompson is hilarious (esp. when acting drunk), and I don’t even want to know what was going on during Jacqueline Bisset’s never-ending acceptance speech!

Now on to my favorite part…….RED CARPET!!!

whole gallery: http://movies.yahoo.com/photos/2014-golden-globes-red-carpet-report-card-1389575576-slideshow/

Here are my favorites:

  • Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren, absolutely beautiful

  • Margot Robbie in Gucci

  • Kate Beckinsale in Zuhair Murad

  • Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein, great color and fit

                                                                                     

The Not-So-Good :

  • Tina Fey in Carolina Herrera, it’s really a hit or miss with prints and she missed here

  • Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung, way too much going on

  • Heidi Klum in Marchesa, noo

Well that concludes our Golden Globes coverage! Join us again as we tackle the SAG Awards on January 19th!

Images from the Yahoo gallery (link above)