Golden Globes, No Guts, No Glory!

Predicting the surprises at the Globes is an attainable dream because surprises there actually do happen. Pick up to three.

1. Christopher Nolan nominated in Director for The Dark Knight Rises

2. Anne Hathaway shows up in lead for the Dark Knight Rises

3. The Dark Knight Rises shows up in screenplay

That’s why they call them no guts, no glory. Your turn.

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  1. December 12, 2012

    1. Django gets in Best Drama
    2. Anna Kendrick gets in Best Actress in a Comedy
    3. Channing Tatum gets in Best Actor in a Comedy

  2. LSUduck
    December 12, 2012

    UGH your #2 was going to be one of mine. Darn. Oh well here I go.

    1. Pitch Perfect for Best Picture – Musical Comedy
    2. Samantha Barks for Best Supporting Actress
    3. Tom Hanks for Best Actor – Drama

  3. Joey
    December 12, 2012

    1. Supporting Actor- Michael Fassbender in Prometheus
    2. Screenplay- Skyfall
    3. Supporting Actress- Scarlett Johansson in Hitchcock

  4. Dean
    December 12, 2012

    1) Eddie Redmayne in S.Actor
    2) Sam Barks in S.Actress
    3) Suraj Sharma in Actor

  5. Caddie
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG: Globes

    1. Bruce Willis, Supporting Actor, “Moonrise Kingdom”

    2. Greta Gerwig, Best Actress in a Comedy, “Damsels in Distress”

    3. Tom Wilkinson, Best Actor in a Comedy, “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”

  6. Luis
    December 12, 2012

    1. Rock of Ages in Best Picture Musical 2. Ewan Mcgregor Best Sup. Actor 3. Judi Dench Best. Sup. Actress

  7. Tony
    December 12, 2012

    1. Anna Karenina for Best Picture – Drama
    2. Jude Law for Best Supporting Actor
    3. Maggie Smith Lead Actress in a Comedy for Quartet

  8. December 12, 2012

    1) Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones both nommed for Comedy leads in HOPE SPRINGS
    2) “Where Were We” from HOLY MOTORS nommed for Best Song
    3) Tom Cruise, supporting actor, Rock of Ages

  9. Casey
    December 12, 2012

    Matthew mcc – best actor drama for killer joe

    Macy gray – best supporting for the paperboy

    Ann dowd – for best LEAD actress compliance

  10. McGregor
    December 12, 2012

    1. Best Supporting Actress – Emily Blunt, LOOPER

    2. Best Actress in a Comedy – Rashida Jones, CELESTE AND JESSE FOREVER

    3. Best Film Drama – CLOUD ATLAS

  11. Casey
    December 12, 2012

    @dean your #2 is AMAZING

  12. Brett
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG:
    Seven Psychopaths gets Picture (comedy), Actor (Sam Rockwell) and Supporting Actor (Christopher Walken)

    Zero Dark Thirty gets snubbed in all categories!

  13. filmboymichael
    December 12, 2012

    Seth MacFarlane nominated for best actor musica/comedy for Ted
    Skyfall nominated for Best Picture Drama
    Emily Blunt nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Looper

  14. Russell H
    December 12, 2012

    1. 21 JUMP STREET for Best Comedy
    2. Johnny Depp for Best Actor in a Comedy, Dark Shadows
    3. Tom Cruise for Best Actor in a Comedy, Rock of Ages

  15. Aaron B
    December 12, 2012

    1) Seven Psychopaths – Best Picture Musical or Comedy
    2) Matt Damon – Best Actor Drama
    3) Michelle Williams – Best Actress Musical or Comedy

  16. PJ
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG Bigelow snubbed for Tarantino

  17. Jim
    December 12, 2012

    1. Julia Roberts in Best Actress Comedy
    2. Ezra Miller or Emma Watson in Supporting
    3. Mila Kunis andor Mark Wahlberg nommed for Ted
    4. Jennifer Lawrence a double nominee for THG and SLP

  18. Gautam
    December 12, 2012

    Ewan Mcgrower Best Supporting Actor for The Impossible

    Kristen Stewart Best Supporting Actress for On The Road

    Amour Best Picture Drama

  19. Jim
    December 12, 2012

    Didn’t follow the pick only 3 rule, my bad.

  20. Ryan B
    December 12, 2012

    No guts, no glory!

    Charlize Theron, Best Supporting Actress (Snow White and the Huntsman)
    Michael Caine, Best Supporting Actor (Dark Knight Rises)
    The Avengers for Best Drama

  21. Josh
    December 12, 2012

    Scarlett Johannson for supporting actress in Hitchcock (the Foreign Press loves her…she’s been nominated four times)

    Bernie for Best Comedy

    Jamie Foxx for best actor

  22. Josh
    December 12, 2012

    And are the announcements for the Globes on TV? I can’t find anything other than they are at 5:00 am PST.

  23. Watermelons
    December 12, 2012

    Kate Winslet – Best Actress (Drama)
    The Three Stooges – Best Picture Musical or Comedy
    Kate Winslet – Best Actress (Comedy)

  24. kasper
    December 12, 2012

    Denis Lavant in Holy Motors for Comedy
    Chris Rock in 2 Days in Paris for Comedy
    Ed Helms in Jeff Who Lives at Home for Comedy

  25. Thomaas
    December 12, 2012

    Jim, LOVE your 4th one! Everyone has taken mine though, so I’m gonna say:
    Skyfall for Song
    Magic Mike for Screenplay
    The Hobbit for Score

  26. kasper
    December 12, 2012

    What was Kate Winslet in this year? I really can’t recall…

  27. eduardo
    December 12, 2012

    Watson and Miller for The perks of being a wallflower

    Despues de Lucia in Foreing language film

    Emmanuelle Riva in Best actress

  28. ChrisD
    December 12, 2012

    Best Actress (Drama) – Halle Berry, Cloud Atlas Best Supporting Actress – Scarlett Johansson, Hitchcock Best Supporting Actress – Kylie Minogue, Holy Motors

  29. December 12, 2012

    Best Picture – Comedy/Musical – Quartet

    That’s all I’ve got.

  30. Dave L
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG

    No Anne Hathaway for Supporting Actress
    No Django at all
    Alexandre Desplat snubbed for score.

  31. idrosak
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG

    No Wallis in Drama Actress
    Surprisingly No Meryl in Comedy Actress
    Rachel Weisz in Drama Actress
    No Watts in Drama Actress

  32. Bball_Jake
    December 12, 2012

    TDKR shows up in bp, best actress, and director.
    Hobbit for Score.
    Ruby Sparks for Best Comedy and Actress.

  33. Checko
    December 12, 2012

    1. Magic Mike gets 3 Nominations ( Picture, Actor, Supporting Actor)
    2. Rebel Wilson for supporting actress
    3. Emma Watson for supporting actress

  34. Adam
    December 12, 2012

    Skyfall for SONG and Meryl&Tommy for Hope Springs are not NGNG! Come on people!

    Best Actor (Drama): Daniel Craig – SKYFALL
    Best Actress (Drama): Jennifer Lawrence – THE HUNGER GAMES
    Best Actor (Comedy) : Seth McFarlane – TED. (It’s happening.)

  35. Evan
    December 12, 2012

    NGNG:
    Best Picture, Musical/Comedy- Seven Psychopaths
    Best Supporting Actor- Christopher Walken for Seven Psychopaths
    Best Actress, Comedy- Julia Roberts for Mirror, Mirror

  36. Levy
    December 12, 2012

    Amour for Best Picture Drama
    Michael Haneke for Best Director
    Maggie Smith getting more nominations than Zero Dark Thirty

  37. Bob Dole
    December 12, 2012

    The Hobbit for Best Drama, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay
    Cloud Atlas for the same categories
    Django Unchained for Best Drama, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay

  38. Mattoc
    December 12, 2012

    This is a group that will nominate for the meet and greet opportunities, so anyone with star power that gave an acceptable performance or resonated with the people.

    Meryl Streep (Comedy or Musical)
    Christopher Nolan ( Best Director)
    Robert Downey Jnr (supporting)

  39. KB
    December 13, 2012

    NGNG picks:

    1. Juan Antonio Bayona nominated for Best Director for “The Impossible”.
    2. Scarlett Johansson nominated for Best Supporting Actress in “Hitchcock”.
    3. Tom Holland nominated for Best Actor in “The Impossible”.

  40. Dave B.
    December 13, 2012

    1. Perks of Being a Wallflower for Film, Sup Actor and Sup Actress

    2. Matthew McConaughey for Killer Joe

    3. Cloud Atlas or The Dark Knight Rises for Film

  41. the ghost of easter
    December 13, 2012

    1. Matthew McConaughey gets in for Bernie instead of Magic Mike
    2. Spielberg doesn’t get nommed for director, Haneke does
    3. One of the Gkids-movies sneaks into the best animated-category

  42. Duck Soup
    December 13, 2012

    Best Actress – Leslie Mann, This is 40
    Best Actor – Sam Rockwell, Seven Psychopaths
    Supporting Actor – Javier Bardem, Skyfall

  43. Five Easy Pieces
    December 13, 2012

    I’ll repeat from the other thread, Jennifer Garner for Best Actress in a Comedy for “Butter” and Ben Affleck for Best Actor in a drama for “Argo,” so they can have a power couple.
    Matt Damon for Best Actor in a Drama for “Promised Land,” or Matt Damon and John Krasinski for Best Screenplay for “Promised Land.”

  44. Ryan
    December 13, 2012

    Promised Land gets into Best Drama
    Channing Tatum pulls off a Comedy Actor two-fer
    Zero DarkThirty misses out in BP

  45. Mattoc
    December 13, 2012

    Inspired choice with Butter, Olivia Wilde was great as was the entire cast. Not a great film but…

  46. Zizo Hawa
    December 13, 2012

    Ewan McGregor & Tom Holland, The Impossible – BEST ACTOR Drama % BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Kara Hayward & Edward Norton, Moonrise Kingdom – BEST ACTRESS Comedy & BEST ACTOR Comedy
    All Pop-Star Best Song Nominees (Adele, Florence & The Machine, Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Dolly Parton)

  47. josh
    December 13, 2012

    Nicole Kidman – Best Supporting Actress

  48. scary
    December 13, 2012

    Best Actor Drama, Clint Eastwood from Trouble with the Curve.

  49. Zach
    December 13, 2012

    Skyfall-best pic drama
    Javier Bardem supp actor
    Ted-best pic comedy

  50. Tero Heikkinen
    December 13, 2012

    Levy: “Maggie Smith getting more nominations than Zero Dark Thirty”.

    I thought this was über-funny :D

    And it counts as NGNG, for sure. And here’s my take:

    -Suraj Sharma for Life of Pi (Best Actor/Drama)
    -Tom Hardy for The Dark Knight Rises (Best Supporting Actor)
    -Argo, Les Misérables, Lincoln, The Master and Silver Linings Playbook all get 6 nominations each.

  51. markm9274
    December 13, 2012

    Where can i watch Live the nominations announcement?

  52. December 13, 2012

    Meryl Streep – Best Actress Comedy
    Anna Kendrick – Best Actress Comedy
    Cloud Atlas – Best Screenplay (or Drama)

    And I hope: Denis Lavant for Best Actor (Drama).

  53. Manolis
    December 13, 2012

    1. Supporting Actress – Isabelle Huppert – Amour
    2. Actor Comedy – Omar Sy – Intouchables
    3. Actor Drama – Matt Damon – Promised Land

  54. phantom
    December 13, 2012

    1. Anna Karenina for Best Picture (Drama)
    2. Rebel Wilson for Best Actress (Comedy/Musical)
    3. Seth MacFarlane for Best Actor (Comedy/Musical)

  55. PaulH
    December 13, 2012

    NGNG:

    The Avengers, Best Drama Movie
    J-Law, Drama Actress for The Hunger Games
    Jennifer Garner, Butter, Comedy Actress

  56. scary
    December 13, 2012
  57. Will Davies
    December 13, 2012

    Les Mes is snubbed from musical/comedy
    Jennifer Lawrence for Hunger Games INSTEAD OF Silver Linings PLaybook
    Javier Bardem supporting actor Skyfall (love the film & the performance)

  58. markm9274
    December 13, 2012

    Where’s the stream at http://www.goldenglobes.org/ ? Because i don’t see it…

  59. December 13, 2012

    1. Whitney Houston for Sparkle (I suppose Musical / Comedy, but it might be a Drama)
    2. Lincoln snubbed from Picture, Director and Screenplay
    3. Zero Dark Thirty leads with six nominations

  60. Porter
    December 13, 2012

    Amour – Best Motion Picture
    Amour – Best Screenplay
    Michael Haneke – Best Director
    Matthias Schoenaerts – Best Actor (Rust & Bone
    Anna Kendrick – Best Actress (Pitch Perfect)
    Pitch Perfect – Best Motion Picture
    Bernie – Best Motion Picture
    Denis Lavant – Best Actor (Holy Motors)
    Ruby Sparks – Best Motion Picture
    The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Best Motion Picture
    Logan Lerman – Best Actor (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
    Ezra Miller – Best Supporting Actor (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
    Emma Watson – Best Supporting Actress (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead – Best Actress (Smashed)
    Magic Mike – Best Motion Picture
    Channing Tatum – Best Actor (Magic Mike)
    Emayatzy Corineald – Best Actress (Middle of Nowhere)
    Suraj Sharma – Best Actor (Life of Pi)
    Isabelle Huppert – Best Supporting Actress (Amour)
    Scoot McNairy – Best Supporting Actor (Killing Them Softly)
    Alicia Vikander – Best Supporting Actress (Anna Karenina)
    Susan Sarandon – Best Supporting Actress (Arbitrage)
    Elle Fanning – Best Actress (Ginger & Rosa)
    Michael Caine – Best Supporting Actor (The Dark Knight Rises)
    Garret Hedlund – Best Supporting Actor (On the Road)
    Leslie Mann – Best Actress (This is 40)

  61. Porter
    December 13, 2012

    & Michelle Williams – Take This Waltz

  62. Scott
    December 13, 2012

    “Bernie”
    Jack Black
    Shirley MacLaine

  63. scary
    December 13, 2012

    at tweeter

    #GoldenGlobes #nominations today! Live streaming of the announcement starts at 5:15am PST on http://goldenglobes.org

  64. Max G
    December 13, 2012

    Washington snubbed for Foxx
    JLaw gets in for Hunger Games AND SLP
    Gary Oldman gets in for TDKR

  65. Danemychal
    December 13, 2012

    Are these announced in early AM like the SAG and Oscar noms or are they just printed and released by the trades later in the day?

  66. PashaS
    December 13, 2012

    Tommy Lee Jones, Judi Dench and Maggie Smith are double nominated

    Tom Hanks and Halle Berry for lead drama actors in Cloud Atlas, Cloud Atlas for best drama

    Total Amour snub

  67. Hannah
    December 13, 2012

    - Tom Holland – Best Drama Actor (The Impossible)

    - Tommy Lee Jones – Best Comedy Actor (Hope Springs)

    - Ted – Best Comedy (I don’t like this idea, but I can see it happening).

  68. Michael Arlidge
    December 13, 2012

    “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and “The Impossible” for Best Original Score. Also, Alexandre Desplat *only* gets nominated for “Rise of the Guardians” (Score *and* Song though), and gets snubbed in Best Original Score for “Argo” and “Zero Dark Thirty”

  69. Pete
    December 13, 2012

    Hopefully not too late

    Bhen zeitlin ngng triple nominee

  70. J
    December 13, 2012

    Animated
    Brave
    Frankenweenine
    Hotel Transylvania
    Rise of the Guardians
    Wreck it Ralph

    FLF
    Amour
    A Royal Affair
    Intouchables
    Kon Tiki
    Rust & Bone

    Screenplay
    ZDT
    Lincoln
    SLP
    Django
    Argo

    SONG
    Act of Valor
    Stand Up Guys
    The Hunger Games Swift
    Skyfall
    Les Mis

    Score
    Life of Pi
    Argo
    Anna Karenina
    Cloud Atlas
    Lincoln

  71. Sato
    December 13, 2012

    NGNG:

    Nicole Kidman, The Paperboy (Supporting Actress)

    Anna Karenina (Best Picture-Drama)

    Joe Wright, Anna Karenina (Best Director)

  72. Jon
    December 13, 2012

    Sasha, you must be a huge Batman fan nerd. There is NO way in hell The Dark Knight Rises is getting any kind of nomination in any serious category. The Dark Knight just barely deserved some nominations — came kind of close, but didn’t get anywhere near the number it deserved. The Dark Knight rises is much much worse than TDK, so how in the hell can it get nominations? TDKR was and is a total letdown; it’s a Michael Bay movie shot by Wally Pfister.

  73. Alex Brando
    December 13, 2012

    I feel embarassed for you, Sasha! Calling for Hathaway for Lead in TDKR is not only ridiculous, it’s like we were watching different movies… And you review movies for work, for God’s sake! No, it’s not a leading role, and no, it’s not the best Catwoman ever, despite the stylish screen presence. It’s really sad that you let your emotions skew your professional critique in such a way – what is it, a middle-age crisis or something?

  74. Sasha Stone
    December 13, 2012

    I feel embarassed for you, Sasha!

    No need to waste your energy that way. Plenty of poor people to feed. Take a walk in the hills. Cook something.

    Calling for Hathaway for Lead in TDKR is not only ridiculous, it’s like we were watching different movies…

    The studio placed her that category for the Oscars. But think me THAT stupid if it helps you feel better about yourself. After all, that’s the most important thing here.

    And you review movies for work, for God’s sake!

    No, I really don’t. Not for at least ten years now. I write about the Oscars for work. Writing reviews is merely an elective that I choose to do when I feel so inspired. Not a requirement. But again, don’t let me stop you slathering on the hate.

    No, it’s not a leading role,

    REALLY?

    and no, it’s not the best Catwoman ever,

    And I said it was when?

    It’s really sad that you let your emotions skew your professional critique in such a way – what is it, a middle-age crisis or something?

    Sad? No. Sad is taking out time to write this comment. Sad is taking all of this serious enough to want to insult someone whose blog you happen to frequent. Sad is caring about this beyond what it is. And finally, sad is GIVING A GREASY SHIT ABOUT WHICH CATEGORY A PERSON IS IN. Get it? Good. Now get off my lawn.

  75. Jon
    December 13, 2012

    TO ALEX: Hathaway’s Catwoman is the best Catwoman put on screen. Period. Wasn’t much of a challenge for her, considering all the previous Catwomen never did the character justice. Hathaway nailed the role. Chris Nolan, on the other hand, missed the mark with the movie, big time.

    SIDE NOTE: Sasha is a girl?! I thought Sasha was a boy, lol! My mistake.

  76. Alex Brando
    December 14, 2012

    I know eh, Sasha, I still keep coming back to this blog, it’s sad for me I guess, but good for your traffic. :) What I was gonna add is that if you gonna focus your energy on a blockbuster with fantasy/sci-fi elements, then you are backing the wrong horse this year, and you should have expanded on why The Hunger Games deserve recognition more rather than TDKR. I mean, let’s give it a rest – they didn’t give any glory to Inception which was far superior, why would they give him now?!

    And yes, you are not a movie critic, but in terms of reviewing the Oscars, I am sure some part of your job requires a good knowledge of whether movie reviews get it right or wrong, so that you can base your opinion on where the wind is blowing. I know that you have the expertise because I read your review of Beasts of SW, so if you hide behind an aura of “just an awards guru” but that’s really under-emphasizing it. Peace out!

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