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Tags Golden Globes AD I thought that Hitchocock was going to be under comedy not drama? Julie Golden Globe for Best Actress (Motion Picture Musical or Comedy) = Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook) Golden Globe for Best Actress (Motion Picture Drama) = Jessica Chastain (ZDT) (or Cotillard) Sasha Stone I went by Gold Derby’s list …I think Tom knows what he’s doing in that regard. JP I think they’ll nominate Matthew Mcconaughey, unlike the Oscars. Sarah In Best Song category are 5 nominees. Antoinette I just want Tom Cruise to get nominated for ROCK OF AGES. I love that movie! 😀 Brett McNeill It’s a sad day when it comes down to Seven Psychopaths and Ted for Best Pic and Psychopaths is the leap of faith. Also I think if Perks of Being a Wallflower was being judged as a Comedy, it would have gotten so many nominations. As it is I feel like Magic Mike will get at least three (Pic (comedy, actor and S actor) Pat If Jennifer is nominated for Drama (Hunger Games) and Comedy (SLP) = double nominee! Who knows? After all, The Santa Barbara International Film Festival said that Jennifer Lawrence will be presented with its Outstanding Performer of the Year Award on Jan 26. For Silver AND Hunger Games… Ascaris born les mis, lincoln, and pi will dominate the globes. PJ The race is definitely tightening up in a few places. So exciting. I may just have to do this again next season! SLP winning best comedy/musical ZDT winning best drama Chastain best drama Lawrence best comedy Cooper best comedy DDL best drama MM or Leo best supporting Sally Field best supporting That’s all I got for now. Still need to firm up a few spots. Mike Hitchcock is crazily being considered a Drama. Would have gotten in as a Comedy I believe, at least for Actor and Actress. Clayton The Sessions is considered a Drama? That’s odd. Also, I think they might place Anna Karenina in the Comedy/Musical category a la Pride & Prejudice, if only because of how beautifully it’s all choreographed. casey Best Pic Drama ARGO BEASTS OF THE SOUTRHERN WILD LIFE OF PI LINCOLN ZERO DARK THIRTY Best Pic Comedy/Musical BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL HOPE SPRINGS LES MISERABLES MOONRISE KINGDOM SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK Best Actor – Drama Richard Gere – Arbitrage John Hawkes – The Sessions Daniel Day Lews – Lincoln Joaquin Pheonix – The Master Denzel Washington – Flight Best Actress – Drama Jessica Chastain – Zero Dark Thirty Marion Cotillard – Rust & Bone Kiera Knightley – Anna Karenina Helen Mirren – Hitchcock Quvenzhaze Wallis – Beasts of the Southern Wild Best Actor – Comedy Jack Black – Bernie Bradley Cooper – Silver Linings Playbook Hugh Jackman – Les Miserables Tommy Lee Jones – Hope Springs Bill Murray – Hyde Park on Hudson Best Actress – Comedy Judi Dench – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings Playbook Meryl Streep – Hope Springs Barbara Streisand – Guilt Trip Michelle Williams – Take this Waltz Best Supporting Actor Robert DeNiro – Silver Linings Playbook Leonardo DiCaprio – Django Unchained Phillip Seymore Hoffman – The Master Tommy Lee Jones – Lincoln Matthew McConehey – Magic Mike Best Supporting Actress Judi Dench – Skyfall Ann Dowd – Compliance Sally Field – Lincoln Anne Hathaway – Les Miserables Helen Hunt – The Sessions Jim Filling this out, I think I must be expecting some really wacky Globe nominations this year. Is it just a really odd year? I feel as though a lot of obvious choices just didn’t feel right to me. Come nominations morning, my predictions will either make me look like a psychic or an idiot. (Probably the latter) Megan I hope Anne Hathaway wins at least 1 award this award season! She’s definitely dedicated to her craft. Mike As doubtful as it is my fingers are crossed for The Perks of Being a Wallflower to get a nomination for something. Even though it’s a Drama I do think if they’d campaigned it for Comedy it could have been nominated. The only possibility I could see right now is Emma Watson getting a Best Supporting Actress nomination. ***MY PREDICTIONS*** Best Picture (Drama) Lincoln The Impossible Argo Zero Dark Thirty Life of Pi Best Picture (Musical/Comedy) Silver Linings Playbook Les Miserables Moonrise Kingdom Best Exotic Marigold Hotel This Is 40 Best Actor (Drama) Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln Denzel Washington, Flight John Hawkes, The Sessions Joaquin Phoenix, The Master Richard Gere, Arbitrage Best Actor (Musical/Comedy) Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook Tommy Lee Jones, Hope Springs Jack Black, Bernie Bill Murray, Hyde Park on Hudson Best Actress (Drama) Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty Quvenzhaze Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild Naomi Watts, The Impossible Keira Knightley, Anna Karenina Marion Cotillard, Rust & Bone Best Actress (Comedy) Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook Meryl Streep, Hope Springs Judi Dench, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Maggie Smith, Quartet Laura Linney, Hyde Park on Hudson Best Supporting Actor Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln John Goodman, Argo Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained Robert De Niro, Silver Linings Playbook Michael Pena, End of Watch Best Supporting Actress Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables Sally Field, Lincoln Helen Hunt, The Sessions Judi Dench, Skyfall Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook Best Director Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty Ang Lee, Life of Pi Steven Spielberg, Lincoln Tom Hooper, Les Miserables Ben Affleck, Argo Best Screenplay Lincoln Silver Linings Playbook Argo Zero Dark Thirty Les Miserables Best Animated Brave Frankenweenie ParaNorman Wreck-It Ralph Madagascar 3 Best Foreign The Intouchables Rust & Bone Amour A Royal Affair After Lucia Best Score Lincoln Cloud Atlas Life of Pi The Dark Knight Rises Beasts of the Southern Wild Best Song “Skyfall” by Adele, Skyfall While I didn’t predict it I could easily see Pitch Perfect being nominated for Best Picture (Musical/Comedy). steve50 OT – Bigelow and Boal are scheduled to be on Charlie Rose tonight. Antoinette @steve50 Thanks. Watching it. Tero Heikkinen Casey, I think you are very close. Quick check says Bill Murray = Tom Cruise. Casey @tero Thanks. And yes I could see cruise sneak in here (ala his nomination for tropic thunder) phantom What about the most viable surprises ? My take : Anna Karenina in main categories (they gave Atonement Best Picture) Halle Berry (if they nominated her for ‘Frankie & Alice’…) Rebel Wilson or Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect was a critically acclaimed sleeper hit) Seth Macfarlane (I could see him surprise in Comedy Actor) Channing Tatum (breakout star of the year with two strong Comedy-contenders) Nicole Kidman (the HFPA does love her…also they LOVE star-power) Whitney Houston (sentimental vote for Sparkle) Maggie Smith scoring 3 (!) nominations (Quartet, Marigold, Downton Abbey) Lindsay Lohan (the controversy-addict HFPA could easily go for her atrocious ‘Liz’) I also wouldn’t be surprised at all, if the HFPA once again decided to nominate the ‘it girl(s)’ in multiple categories : Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises) and/or Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games). phantom Casey, Tom Cruise could sneak in, the HFPA loves nominating big stars for lesser films (The Tourist, anyone?), but I don’t think the Tropic Thunder-comparison will fly. That was critically acclaimed AND a Box Office hit, Rock of Ages is neither. phantom Am I the only one, who feels The Master (and maybe even Django) could get the truegrit-treatment from the HFPA ? d2 My predix: Best Actor – Comedy/Musical Jack Black, Bernie Omar Sy, The Intouchables Johnny Depp, Dark Shadows Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook Best Actor – Drama Anthony Hopkins, Hitchcock Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln Denzel Washington, Flight Matt Damon, Promised Land Joaquin Phoenix, The Master Best Actress – Comedy/Musical Meryl Streep, Hope Springs Barbra Streisand, The Guilt Trip Michelle Williams, Take This Waltz Judi Dench, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook Best Actress – Drama Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty Naomi Watts, The Imossible Quvenzhane Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild Helen Mirren, Hitchcock Marion Cotillard, Rust & Bone Best Supporting Actor Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln Eddie Redmayne, Les Miserables John Goodman, Flight Samuel L. Jackson, Django Unchained Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained Best Supporting Actress Maggie Smith, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Sally Field, Lincoln Samantha Barks, Les Miserables Anne Hathway, Les Miserables Amanda Seyfried, Les Miserables Best Director Ben Affleck, Argo Ang Lee, Life of Pi Steven Spielberg, Lincoln Tom Hooper, Les Miserables Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty Best Screenplay Lincoln Silver Linings Playbook Zero Dark Thirty Django Unchained Moonrise Kingdom Best Motion Picture – Drama Argo Lincoln Life of Pi Zero Dark Thirty Django Unchained Best Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy Rock of Ages Les Miserables Moonrise Kingdom Silver Linings Playbook Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Best Foreign Language Film No Amour Rust & Bone A Royal Affair The Intouchables Best Animated Film Brave Paranorman Frankenweenie Wreck-It-Ralph Rise of the Guardians Best Original Score Argo Lincoln Life of Pi Anna Karenina Beasts of the Southern Wild Best Original Song Skyfall Les Miserables Brave Rise of the Guardians Ted d2 Argh! My computer…. d2 I don’t know what to think. Django Unchained is a Western (Remember when True Grit didn’t score a single nod?), but it’s Tarantino and the Globes love him. Lincoln is a very American story, but it IS Spielberg, DDL, Sally Field, TLJ. Moonrise Kingdom is almost too American, but it may be quirky enough for them ala Little Miss Sunshine. Tom Cruise and RDJ got nominated, but Melissa McCarthy missed out on what we had assumed would be a very easy nomination. What shall happen to Matthew McConaughey? Alexandre Desplat has 4 eligible scores (5, if you count Rust & Bone)…how will they vote? My favorite of the 4 is Moonrise Kingdom (a mix of his stellar work in CCBB and Fantastic Mr. Fox)…Argo is probably the popular favorite, while Rise of the Guardians is more likely to get him a song nomination. Zero Dark Thirty could likely be a worthy contender. Could he nab 2 score nods and a song nod? If so, which composer does he bump out? Mike phantom, I too could see Kendrick or Wilson being nominated for Pitch Perfect. I didn’t predict it yet I do have a difficult time seeing them shutting this film out. BTW, why is Imogene one of the choices? Are they having a qualifying run for that or something? Because I haven’t seen any ads for it and it’s not getting released until next year. m1 Moonrise Kingdom is a comedy? In what universe? cyrus sorry but for the song you can only pick 1 song and two write ins? is that correct? alan of montreal Smashed is a comedy? Mike m1, of course Moonrise Kingdom is a comedy! It’s certainly not a drama. Mike Come on Golden Globes, nominate The Perks of Being a Wallflower for something! RMP Might there be a good chance that Django Unchained ends up being nominated in the comedy categories? It is the HFPA. Do not miss 0 Comments ADTVContestsEMMYSfeatured Participate in the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards Contest!!!