2014 golden globes

More Good News About The 'Mean Girls' Musical

If you’ve been following the rumors about a Mean Girls musical happening sometime soon, then I'mma need you to take a seat. If there isn’t one nearby, though, then brace yourselves, people — because Tina Fey was talking all about the Mean Girls music…
By Emily Lackey

Cate Blanchett Loses To Brie Larson At Globes

Two of the most powerful female film performances of 2016 are Brie Larson in Room and Cate Blanchett in Carol. Both women were nominated for Golden Globes for these memorable performances, but Brie Larson took home the award for Best Performance by…
By Anna Klassen

2015 Report Card For Female Characters On TV

Ladies, rejoice, for 2015 was a good year for female characters in television. And by good I mean, you know, not as bad as usual. That's not to say that the successes of these actors and writers were small, but more to say that there should never hav…
By Jordana Lipsitz

Viola Davis Deserves That Golden Globe

With the Golden Globes nominations being announced on December 10, it's time to predict who might appear in the list, and who really deserves to be nominated. I personally think that Viola Davis could win a Golden Globe in 2016 for her performance in…
By Amy Mackelden

Why The Oscars Are Better Than The Golden Globes

There is nothing in the world like awards season. When December roles around and all of the good movies start dropping like it’s hot and all of the television shows hit their mid-season stride, I start dreaming of floor-length gowns and cheesy openin…
By Emily Lackey

Your (Un)Official Amy Schumer Reading List

You’ve seen the sketches that tackle lighthearted topics like child beauty pageants, rape, ageism in Hollywood, and body image issues. You’ve watched her standup, followed her Twitter feed, and are probably eagerly awaiting her movie Trainwreck, beca…
By Dina Gachman

7 Of Kerry Washington's Boldest Looks Ever

When someone says that they're a fan of Kerry Washington because of her role as the Olivia Pope on Scandal, I like to say that I've been a fan ever since the 2001 film Save the Last Dance. From her outstanding acting to her beauty, Washington has alw…
By Charmaine Simmons

Chris Pratt's Most Hilarious Pranks Ever

Does an apology really count if you say you're sorry for something you haven't even done yet? For this guy, apparently, it does — because when Chris Pratt issued a hilarious "pre-apology" for his upcoming world press tour for Jurassic World that has …
By Kenya Foy

Battle Of The Hillary Clinton Impressions on 'SNL'

Not everyone is lucky enough to get a hilarious sketch and an impression of themselves on NBC's Saturday Night Live, but Hillary Rodham Clinton has gotten lucky enough to have at least two brilliant women to portray her on the comedy series: Amy Poeh…
By Mallory Carra

Has Andy Samberg Ever Hosted Anything?

If winning an Emmy instantly catapults an actor into the A-list category, what's the outcome of hosting such a highly touted awards show? Since my friend roster includes zero uber-accomplished Hollywood actors, I can't actually confirm that informati…
By Kenya Foy

'Boyhood' Can Take Home The Best Picture Oscar

Since opening last summer, Boyhood won the hearts of audiences with director Richard Linklater's groundbreaking gimmick: The film followed the life of young boy Mason (Ellar Coltrane) over the span of 12 years — and the movie literally filmed the sam…
By Mallory Carra

North Korea's New Propaganda Is Concerning

North Korea has been the butt of many jokes recently, most notably in the polarizing Sony film The Interview, which depicted the violent death of supreme leader Kim Jong-un, and also during a mocking Golden Globes skit by comedian Margaret Cho, a chi…
By Melanie Schmitz

9 Things Prince's Grammys Outfit Looks Like

It's just gotten to that point where Prince can do whatever he wants and show up where ever he wants. The Artist Known (and Formerly Known) as Prince made a special surprise appearance at the Golden Globe Awards last month, for which the star-studded…
By Mallory Carra

Which Awards Show Is The Most Racially Diverse?

If there’s one big topic of conversation surrounding this year’s awards season, it’s diversity. After the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ oversight of major awards hopefuls like Selma director Ava DuVernay and the film's star, David Oyel…
By Michael Arbeiter

Proof Samuel L. Jackson Is A Master Of Every Genre

If you're still slightly devastated over the news of Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter's break-up, perhaps a promising update on one of Burton's film projects will help — because, seriously, this is some pretty awesome news. Variety reports that th…
By Kenya Foy

You Should Be Excited to Stream the Super Bowl

We live in a glorious day and age of HBOGo, Netflix, and Hulu Plus — TV right over the Internet, when we want it and where we want it. Who needs TV, right? But then huge live events like the Oscars, the Golden Globes, and the Super Bowl roll around a…
By Mallory Carra

What Will Academy Award Nominees Wear This Year?

It's been a whirlwind week for Hollywood. With the Golden Globes on January 11th and the Oscar nominees list just released today, anyone who's anyone in film and television has probably been popping up on your screens and social media feeds in the pa…
By Olivia Muenter

And Your Best Actor Nominees Are ...

This year's Academy Award race for Best Actor is one of the tightest competitions in years. The nominations were announced Thursday morning with expected shoe-ins: Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything), Michael Keaton (Birdman) and Benedict Cumbe…
By Rachel Semigran

A Breakthrough For Transgender Rights In NYC

In really great news for NYC, as of Jan. 12 transgender New Yorkers can adjust gender on their birth certificates without undergoing surgery, effectively eliminating the need for them to undergo gender-reassignment surgery — and eliminating the need …
By Clarissa-Jan Lim

The Golden Globes' 12 Best Comedy Winners

For the top tier honor of a major awards organization, the Golden Globes’ Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Award doesn’t quite get the respect it deserves. That’s because everyone knows the Drama realm holds claim to all the real Oscar hopeful…
By Michael Arbeiter