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    Golden Globes: Best Actor/Actress Mini-Series/TV Movie Go to Pacino, Danes

    The Golden Globe award for best actor mini-series TV movie goes to Al Pacino for channeling Jack Kevorkian in HBO's You Don't Know Jack. He's received 15 Globe nominations and won for Serpico and Angels in America, and won the Cecil B. DeMille award in 2001. He was great in this movie. But I was ro...

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    Golden Globes: Best Actress Comedy or Musical Goes to Bening

    Robert Downey, Jr. is killing his sexy intro. Best Actress Comedy or Musical winner Annette Bening thanks her The Kids Are All Right movie partner Julianne Moore and writer-director Lisa Cholodenko. "It was a labor of love for all of us." She reveals something we did not know: the 1962 Globe winner ...

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    Golden Globes: Best Song Goes To Burlesque, Score to Social Network

    Will Trent Reznor's Golden Globe for best score be the first of many wins for The Social Network? Best song goes to Diane Warren's "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" from Burlesque, her fifth nomination and first win. She thanks Cher for "fighting to get the song in the movie and keep it in the movie...

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    Golden Globes: Glee's Colfer Wins TV Supporting Actor

    Ricky Gervais reads Bruce Willis's worst credits. "Sometimes Hollywood presents you with outrageous fortune," Willis cracks as he intros comedy nominee RED.

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    Golden Globes: Carlos Wins Best Mini-Series or TV Movie

    French five-hour Carlos wins the Globe for best mini-series or TV movie. Thank God, this is a group of foreign critics voting after all.

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    Golden Globes: Christian Bale Wins Expected First Globe

    "It's going to be a night of partying and heavy drinking or as Charlie Sheen calls it, breakfast," says Gervais. "Everything is 3-D except the characters in The Tourist." That's a Globes-nominated movie--the audience reacts. They also don't like Gervais's suggestion that the Globes accepted bribes t...

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    Golden Globes: Check in for Live Blog

    I'll be blogging the Golden Globes from the Fox viewing party, which means I'll be schlepping my laptop for the rest of the night. After that I'll cover the Relativity/Weinsteins, Warner/In-Style, HBO and NBC Universal fetes at the Beverly Hilton. Stay tuned.

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    Golden Globes Foreign-Language Nominees: Lessons Learned from Bier, Inarritu, Guadagnino

    Mike Goodridge of Screen International moderated a panel discussion with Golden Globe nominees for Best Foreign Language Film Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, Italy), Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (Biutiful, Spain/Mexico), Susanne Bier (In a Better World, Denmark) and Aleksei Uchitel (The Edge, Russia), ho...

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    At the Critics' Choice Awards: Winners Are Social Network, Inception, Firth, Portman, Leo, Bale

    Paramount had a good night at the Broadcast Film Critics Associations's Critic's Choice Awards Friday night, winning three prizes for The Fighter, including best ensemble, supporting actress (Melissa Leo) and supporting actor (Christian Bale), a young actress award for Hailee Steinfeld fo...

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    AFI Awards Lunch Pulls Stars, Studio Heads

    The American Film Institute annual TV and Film Awards lunch is one of the year's most intimate industry gatherings, just a few hundred people sitting at tables at the Four Seasons with name cards. The studio heads show up to support their winners, and many top Oscar contenders come too. It's painless for everyone: they get to network and work the room, and don't have to listen to any acceptance speeches. It's fun to watch Sony's Amy Pascal schmoozing Ben Affleck, while Warners' Jeff Robinov insists that he's close to nailing the new A-list director to a deal, even after he turned down the reboot of Superman. Or seeing Tom Rothman talking to K...

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