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Embattled HFPA Announces Reforms to Bylaws, Membership
"The people who put on the golden globes are making the world of changes to try to restore its tattered reputation the Hollywood foreign press association is rolling out a set of reforms to its bylaws and membership process the group is voted overwhelmingly to elect a new board and the new board will include several non members the H. F. P. A. S. come under fire in recent months it was called out before this year's golden globes were not having a single black member in its ranks meanwhile some in the Hollywood community have bucked against the group because of what it sees as a lack of professionalism among its members I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Bob Dylan Celebrates 80th Birthday
"Robert allen zimmerman was born may twenty fourth. Nineteen one who you might ask in college. Zimmerman adopted a stage. Name bob dylan. He celebrates his eightieth birthday. Today brand is blowing in the way. In addition to musical chops the minnesota dylan became an artist writer producer and nobel prize laureate. He dropped out of college and moved to the big apple where his lyrical skill began to shine. He wrote blowing in the wind in just ten minutes and his song showed a deep complexity that caused the new york folks team to turn its gaze to the up and coming songwriter he told. Cbs is sixty minutes in two thousand and four that his creativity came from a wellspring surprised. Even him tro this there's a magic to that and it's not Siegfried and roy magic. You know it's a different kind of penetrating magic near fatal motorcycle. Accident in nineteen sixty six led to a long recovery the night shift in his music from folk to rock dylan reinvented himself over the years musically and religiously he grew up jewish then profess to conversion to evangelical christianity and nineteen seventy-nine. Then back to judaism again over the course of his sixty year career. He's been named many halls of fame and received many awards including a presidential medal of freedom. Tin grammys a golden globe and an academy award
Charles Grodin, Star of ‘Beethoven’ and ‘Heartbreak Kid,’ Dies at 86
"Face from movie comedies and also from 60 Minutes. Charles Groden died of cancer today at the age of 86 Horn in Pittsburgh. In 1935 Charles Grodin made an early appearance in the horror classic Rosemary's Baby Before finding his comedy footing in Mike Nichols. Catch 22. He earned a Golden Globe. Not as the newly wed in Neil Simon's 1972 Romcom the Heartbreak Kid. You wanted to Grip it Girl and jumped bail across Robert De Niro in the 1988 comedy Midnight run over From acrophobia claustrophobia. If you don't cooperate, you're gonna suffer from fist a phobia. Still, he was perhaps most beloved and family flicks, romancing Miss Piggy and the Great Muppet caper and playing the up tight father tormented by a Saint Bernard in Beethoven. This is ridiculous. It's a thought he doesn't have preferences. Tofan remembering Charles Grodin, Jason friendly WTF. The news. In
How the Golden Globes Canceled Themselves
"Canceled the Golden Globes. What's that about? Well, they canceled it for next year. At least they're not gonna Eric They can't cancel the Golden Globes. The Golden Globes could do whatever the hell Yeah, he said that they're not going to air the Golden Globes next year. And this is all because of the controversy that started a couple months ago from basically in L. A Times article that really exposed the Golden Globes for many things, shady financial dealings being one of them, but also the fact that of this 87 member body that votes for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Votes for the golden Gloves of the 87. There are zero black members, which in this day and age is just, you know, kind of unfathomable. Also, given the fact that the the academy the Oscars went through this several years ago. And the Golden Globes. The H F P A watch the Oscars go through this change their membership of the past few years. They've added 4000 members since 2015 and the the Golden Globes just sat there the whole time and did absolutely nothing about it, like hiding in the corner, hoping nobody would tip pull up the blanket and exposed them. Well, they got exposed so They said that they're going to do stuff about this. You know the problems in their organization. They're going to turn things around. They voted last week to make these changes, but it's gonna take them a while to make them. And so, NBC basically said, and a lot of the entertainment industry distance themselves from the Golden Globes, but the Big One was when NBC said this week. Look, we have no confidence that next year's Golden Globes are gonna be any different than last year's Golden Globes because the voting body is going to be pretty much the same. So we don't want to be associated with that. So we're not going to air it. Maybe if you get your act together by 2023. We'll talk. But next year now we're out. So
Tom Cruise Returns Golden Globe Awards in Protest of HFPA
"Now. The golden globes controversy is getting nasty h f p has been called out for their lack of diversity. They have zero black members. Scarlett johansson says the displayed. Sexist behavior will nbc just announced. They will not air. The show next year and tom cruise reportedly returned the trophies won over the years. What do you think about. Tom returning his awards. Would you ever do this jodi. Yeah absolutely if it was if it came from. If i got an award for something that you know it came from somewhere that has now been proven to not have diversity and i don't want the recognition from this particular group i. I actually really commend him for doing that. Says a lot and tom cruise doing it. I think Sets a precedent for other stars to not only stand up for it but also to feel comfortable in saying like i'm with i'm with these other actors. You know they they might not feel so alone ins in standing up for it. And i think it's really it's really important. I mean it's shocking. The age of p. a. has no black members. I it's twenty twenty one. What are you what is
NBC Rebukes Hollywood Foreign Press Association
"The Golden Globes. NBC is not going to air next to your show and the Golden Globe. The Golden Globes have long been an important first stop for awards season. Now the show is crumbling. NBC says it won't air next Year's Globes, noting that it feels the group behind the Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is committed to meaningful reform. But NBC doesn't feel that reform will happen in time for next year's show, so NBC won't air the 2022 Globes. The H F D A has been under pressure to make changes after it was revealed earlier this year that the group who votes on the Globe's had no black members. The HF voted last week to make changes or criticized over the speed of the possible changes. Jason Evans and
Amid outcry, NBC says it will not air Golden Globes in 2022
"The golden globes won't be on NBC next year looks like you have to find another TV network on which not to watch the golden globes NBC says it won't carry them the next time they're held the decision comes amid efforts to get the Hollywood foreign press association to be more diverse came out before this year's awards and there wasn't a single black person among its voting membership that prompted companies like Warner brothers Netflix Amazon and even Hollywood actors they say they will not take part in the awards anymore NBC says it appreciates that the HFPA has taken steps toward reforms says that work takes time so it will skip carrying the show next year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
NBC Will Not Air the Next Golden Globes After Diversity Controversy
"Announcing It will not air the show in 2022 to allow the Hollywood Foreign Press Association time to make the reforms. It's pledging the group facing possible boycotts from studios and stars over diversity and inclusion issues after an investigative report by the L A Times America is listening to Fox News.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Vote on Reforms
"Thursday. The association that awards the Golden Globes is set to vote on reforms after more than 100, heavy hitting Hollywood publicist threatened to stop doing business with the group. Reforms would fundamentally change the way the Hollywood Foreign Press Association does business. It's a big question whether that's going to happen, and there's a lot of people waiting to see. It's not just the publicists and time's up in these advocacy groups. But NBC, which broadcasts The show and Dick Clark Productions, which produces the show that Stacy Permit a staff writer at the L. A times who detailed years of unethical and possibly illegal conduct in an investigation of the H F P A She spoke with us earlier today, and I asked her about some of the conduct in question. They ran the gamut from issues of sexism and racism and homophobia to that I convention is one publicist said that They had an actor, amateur actor and one of the members asked them. Do you still have sex at your age on brother situation and actor came out and they asked him if he was going to be filing for bankruptcy again. I mean, these are questions that are inappropriate in any form and certainly have nothing to do with the project that they're there to talk about him promote, but more important, and perhaps more more damaging. They described that the age of P a would snub clients. Those clients, particularly if they were people of color if the projects they represented were led by people of color or non a listers. So why is this this so significant? So first of all, in order to get a nomination, a Golden Globe nomination. You need to get in front of the H F P A. And that means one of their sanctions, screenings and press conferences. So if you're not going to get their attention, you're not going to get a nomination. And a nomination. It's become a huge marketing tool in the industry, which translates to attention for the projects that it translates to box office, which means money talent themselves. You know, with the nomination or wind on her hand, can use that you know when they're leveraging their next deal, so it's part of the Hollywood eco system.
Academy Awards Television Audience Plummets to 9.85 Million
"Sunday's Academy Awards reached a new low in viewership marches are a letter with the latest the Nielsen company reports the audience for the Academy Awards was nine point eight five million viewers based on preliminary estimates compare that to last year's ratings of twenty three point six million which was the previous record for smallest audience usually the Oscars are one of the highest rated shows of the year but just about every award show lost viewers during the pandemic the Grammys the golden globes and the enemies all saw record low audiences in the past year
Grammy Award ratings drop 51 percent to record low
"The Grammys have hit a sour note at least with viewers truth be told people probably would have liked the pandemic era version of the Grammys if they have Bob watch but as the Nielsen ratings show feud did just nine point two million viewers tuned in that is a drop of more than half of last year's audience what's more the numbers from Sunday include both TV viewers and those watching on streaming services the show avoided the zoom like awkwardness of other pandemic era award shows and it managed to give music fans star for live performances something to look at and still the numbers were low and that may be a trend not a blip ratings for the golden globes dropped sixty three percent last month last year's enemies also dipped to record lows if next month's Oscars follow that trend TV executives might start wondering if such shows can be counted on anymore draw big audiences I'm a squirrel's Gabriel
Grammy ratings fall to record low, continuing an awards-show trend
"The Grammys were a bust for CBS on Sunday night. Its audience of 9.2 million was a record low and less than half of the 18.8 million watched the show last year. It's a concerning trend for TV executives who saw a similar steep decline for the Golden Globes and record low ratings for the Emmys last year. They're wondering if it's a pandemic era anomaly or perhaps The new normal for award shows at a time when entertainment is becoming more fragmented.
Grammy ratings fall to record low, continuing an awards-show trend
"Awards, taking a hit and in terms of number of viewers. CBS says fewer than nine million people tuned in to watch Sunday's awards show, which is a 53% drop from last year. Record low numbers come on the heels of the Golden Globes 60% drop in viewers. Industry insiders say the ratings decline reflects a trend of falling viewership or award shows.
Oscar Nominations: ‘Mank’ Tops List With 10 Including Best Picture
"Year for the Oscars. Often, movie fans gripe that the movies that are nominated for Oscars are not the ones that were popular in theaters the year before this year, especially since the Corona virus pandemic shut down most movie theaters for most of last year. That means most of the movies being given consideration were seen on streaming services at home. That means no Oscars boost at the box office. It may also mean a lower audience when it comes time to give out the awards on April 25th. When the Golden Globes were held last month, it's ratings dropped just under seven million. Viewers. That was a 64% plunge from last year. I'm Oscar Bells Gabriel. Often, movie fans gripe that the movie is that a
Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?
"Be appearing? Do we know Yeah. One or two names that will try to fill the massive void that it will be left by the weekend. Not being there. People like Taylor Swift. People like Billy, I'll ish, uh, do a leap a post Malone. Coldplay's Chris Martin are all slated to perform. There was that thing going on on Twitter this week regarding Bruno Mars, where he said on Twitter that he's got a new band and would love to appear on the Grammy Awards, and it went back and forth with the Grammy people. Oh, did you change your number? We've been trying to get ahold of you. Oh, yes, I'd be happy to appear so anyway. Bruno Mars. Ondo. His new band called Silk Sonic will be among the performers Harry Styles is from the one direction is going to He's going to start the show is going to be the lead performer on it. Maren Morris. Meghan, the stallion. John Mayer. Miranda Lambert s O. I'm the It's one of the best nights of music. I mean, a lot of people go. I don't even know these cigarettes. I don't There's you know you want upside and like my dad did when the Beatles came out. That's not me. It was like, I don't know what that is. Actually a lot of it. Even you know, the new performers give it a chance that a lot of it is really great music. So it's going to be Sunday night's gonna be seven o'clock. Trevor Noah. Is hosting the show this year, so I think it's going to be funny. They're gonna be doing it mostly virtually at different locations around the world, like they did the Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, and Beyonce is the artist to beat. She's got nine nominations, and if she winds up winning, let's see. She's got 24 now, so all she has to do is win eight more, and she will tie Sir George Sheltie, formerly of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, He is the record Grammy holder with 31. Right now. So, Beyonce, you know, she wins more than that. She could beat Sir George Solti. But you know Chicago in holding onto that distinction for quite some time. Now, that is a
Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all
"What oprah stands and the royals refuse to learn about twenty first century celebrity by judy berman. Tell me what your intention is. I'll tell you what my intention is. And let's see if we can align those. Two that oprah explained monday on cbs. This morning is what she says to everyone she interviews before the cameras start rolling in this case she was of course referring to the conversation with prince harry and meghan markle the duchess of sussex that filled a two hour primetime slot on the network the previous evening. The special drew seventeen point. One million american viewers in early ratings that as deadline pointed out adding up to a larger audience than last week's golden globes and september's emmys combined while oprah's collaborative approach to shaping interviews. Has its limitations. You wouldn't want to see an investigative reporter compare objectives with the subject of a damning expose. It proved to be a singularly effective way into the ongoing harry and meghan saga. The couple broke their dignified silence about their reasons for stepping down a senior royals and leaving the uk in an equally dignified special that riveted viewers revealed troubling new details about behind the scenes machinations at buckingham palace and supplied a powerful counter narrative to the one the firm and british tabloids had been pushing also on this morning. Tino brown called the program kryptonite to the royal family. It's like a hand. Grenade although oprah whose production company harpo produced the special and licensed it to cbs. Where a fee reported to be in these seven to nine million dollar range certainly made it look that way. Taking control of the public narrative couldn't have been easy even compared with its treatment of outsiders who've married into the royal family in the past the uk press has been brutal in its coverage of meghan and a one two punch last week a dispatch from the times of london claim that meghan had bullied and humiliated aids. Driving two of them to resign and the palace announced. It was launching an investigation into that alleged. Behavior sunday's interview cast doubt on not only that story but also just about every story that might have originated with the royals. Harry and meghan described an invisible contract between the firm and the media in which the tabloids and their reporters are wined dined and welcomed into the palace for holiday parties to encourage favourable coverage it all sounded pretty sinister. But it's worth remembering that for their part. The couple also has a cozier relationship with oprah than most subjects of the journalists whose profiling them the difference in this case and in the case of everything. That was ingenious about sunday. Special wasn't the framing as the faceless firm came off as having manipulated the media an unseen and thus noble ways and a depiction that jibes with the portrait of the house of windsor. Painted by netflix's mega popular the crown. It's exiles seemed to have nothing to hide. Oprah didn't just disclose to viewers that she knew harry and meghan personally. She opened the interview by reminiscing with the duchess about the experience of attending their wedding. The distinction isn't between tiffany bias. It's between transparency and pass in many ways what we witnessed was oprah's understanding of a shift in how credibility is established and the present versus how it was established three generations ago when the queen was a newlywed. The young elizabeth waited out bad press trusting that her refusal to enter the fray would ultimately vindicate her as the bigger person but we are in a moment when skepticism of the media is at an all time high. The public is savvier than it has ever been about. How public figures manufacture their images top tier celebrities like beyond say preferred to communicate with fans via social media channels. They can control an oprah appeared to realize the value of an open conversation on prime time broadcast. Television was in the ability to create the impression. One that for the record. I see no reason to doubt that. Meghan and harry were spinning the facts so much as they were clearing the air air that the firm would for reasons implied to sell fish if not malicious preferred to leave murky for viewers who feel entitled to know every detail about their favorite celebrities lives and for whom openness is a prerequisite for loyalty transparency. Worked that was due in large part to the power of the story. Meghan and harry had to tell as well as to their unprecedented eloquence and candor on issues of race and mental health. But you can't underestimate the importance of how that story was told that is how oprah managed to align her intentions and those her subjects along with being two of the most famous people on the planet. She and meghan were after all to women of color discussing racism. Gas lighting and other third rail topics in front of an audience of millions from the tranquil outdoor setting their socially distanced conversation to the outfits. They chose a fluey floral for the radiantly. Pregnant duchess of sussex a muted mov for the queen of all media to the calm tone all three participants adopted. Every part of the special felt intentional for a world of crown fans who we know were on. Oprah's mind because the show came up in the interview. It all contributed to a conclusion to this particular episode of the british monarchy. That couldn't have been more familiar. An institution that digs in its heels at any sign of progress or accountability see prince. Andrew doesn't slow the march of time it becomes an artifact.
Alec Baldwin Tweets About Gillian Anderson's Accent
"Gillian anderson accepted her award and she was was on the crown. And you know she's on sex education british shows and she started talking with an american accent while she was accepting her golden globe for best supporting actress and people. Were like whoa in american accent going anderson born chicago. Her family lived in london for ten years and then she moved to michigan and she she went to school chicago but like people like did not know that she had american roots. So you know people were just people like to talk about stuff on twitter. They were like whoa doing anderson. Not british thought you whatever not a big deal. Enter alec baldwin was like accent discourse. I'm sorry as a fake accent. Seems like it's relevant to my family lately and he tweeted out. A cnn. Story called gillian. Anderson's american accent throw some people off and he said switching accents that sounds fascinating which alec. She is not pretending to be british. She plays a lot of british roles. She list yeah actress. Enter into that conversation willingly. It's a great question. It's a great question and so it turns out that has a lot of stands from her ex filed days and her sex education role which has a lot of devoted fans and so they immediately bullied alec baldwin quitter. He deleted his account and balance has been restored so universe. That's again to that story.
Google says it won't use new ways of tracking you as it phases out browser cookies for ads
"News about Google talk more about this. They are clarifying their plans for targeting advertising as they phase out what we know his browser cookies, which is the way that advertisers will Track you around the Internet, and when you search for something, and suddenly every time you go on the Internet again, and Adis served to you right there in front of your face, they're going to phase out browser cookies for ads. Also interesting to note that lift says The last week of February was its best week for ride sharing since a pandemic restrictions began in March and viewership of the Golden Globe dropping by over 60%
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"golden globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"I do think it's worth noting really really cool. That andrey is like the first black woman to win. Best actress at the golden globes. Since like i think it's like mid eighties. I think Like eighty five. So it's been a really long time so like that's awesome like really really exciting But it's just. I just find it really hard to say like i like like obviously really wanted francis to win because i love her and i think she's amazing. A nomad land. But i feel unfair in saying like all she should have gotten instead. Because i don't know because i haven't seen in today's performance it's true. I think i think. I think before i come down too hard on andrade speak to. I can't really speak to anything without seeing it in full. So i i actually feel like all other four nominees. I add really strong connection to yet. Different ways. Like viola davis. I'd say of the rest of the movies. I liked marez black bottom the least though it was still like viola davis was just like powerful and intense. And just like that was a great kinda crazy performance from her in Vanessa what did you think of vanessa kirby because you didn't like piece of a woman that much i didn't i watched it today right like right before. The golden globe started I was kinda broken after that. Were you okay after it. I felt okay and my whole thing with it is. I wrote it in my view and i like it. I wanna talk about it. How dare you drop everything. The minute i put words on a screen.
"golden globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"It's a bizarre category. And they all like the the way they get setup. It's always super bizarre. Lake with actress musical comedy. Like you have like rosamund. Pike and on your taylor joy but then you also have like kate hudson in like. It's just such a weird mix. I feel like like dairy different performances. Like i feel like i. Also i feel like it also shows the i mean you know music for a number of reasons like should but it also just shows you how weak of a year it is in this category because like i mean look the a. There's people that could have been before. That's what i'm saying. But like but like i feel like i feel like just especially like usually there's there's a star is born. Ah there's Or the shape of water or something in there. That's just like this. Has oskar traction. But i just feel like. There's nothing this year. That has oscar traction in this category See and that's interesting. Because when you are saying that the first thing popped in my head. I was like two bummer In the height. Scott delayed. Because i bet if that had cohen lowest supposed to that would have swept all spielberg's west side story over general. Here yeah for sure but in the heights especially would have been really cool to see her. I agree with that so this is this is where i thought my because my big my big better than night which was wrong was that Was it the old white people would not like borat to yes. And when when rosamund pike upset upset murray back lava. I was like i was really feeling like you. I was right here and then they win. The main two two of the main awards psycho script but rosamund pike. I haven't seen it yet. I'm excited to see it. You've seen it. It seems kind of gone girl like thing. Yeah i so. I watched it literally yesterday. And it's my first twenty twenty one release. That hasn't been at a festival so that's been kind of fun So like in that regard. It's definitely like my favorite of like actual wide releases of the year. I was really good and like there's a lot of criticism in like controversy around it or whatever wa which like gone girl had the same thing so it's like it's nothing new for rosamund pike but she's amazing in it. She so good and i i put it in our group chat but i think it reminds me of promising young woman a little bit. In how like i. I would describe promising. And women is having an aesthetic that like gets boiled down to like bubblegum. Fuck you then. I care lot feels really similar to it. But it's almost like fuck the bubble gum and fuck you and it's just like it's got that snappy attitude that's really fun and rosamund. Pike is like on her a game and it's just like a blatantly. I don't care if you like this movie like fuck you like. It's happening anyway and it's just oh it's so good i really like it. I've got a question for you. That just talk to me. Do you think they should put promising. Young woman in musical or comedy See and that's where. I find that the like the split of like musical or comedy kind of confusing and like i care is getting branded as like a black comedy like it falls into that realm which makes sense but like i find it and promising young woman so similar in its towing that line of like satirical almost like mocking and away like..
"golden globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Should i title. This should i. Should i title this podcast. We watched the golden globe. So you don't have to yes. I love that trying to open the door but she was like this. Wiki is that is that what we should title it. Yeah i like that. I think that's perfect. We feel like let's just take on for other people and we'll take the ad revenue from nbc. And that'll be great. So yeah that's a tested in for me. I think that's okay. I'm just gonna like scroll through some of the major award winners here. Just about who else talk about okay. So let's just go for a first off award Very i think pretty expected a best actor in a supporting role goes to dana kalumiya. Yup the most dramatic thing about that was his mic was on mute when he was trying to give a speech and then they just cut back to laura dern and lawrence like well i guess is mike's muted and then all of a sudden it's like wait wait i'm here and like gives a speech and the lovely man. I'm happy from amazing performance. Oh god this is. This is both my like my pick and also like what i wanted to win so this is off the bat. Good with this. I was really happy about that. One okay best actor in a limited series. John boyega That was i think your pick. I would said i would have thought should creek here But that's cool Then catherine o'hara. I don't want to throw the tv ones with we zip through the tv wants. Let's zip zip zip at catherine. O'hara a gives a really chaotic speech. Where her husband is is playing stuff on his phone. And i think it's like i like pretending the league play her out but it's like no one knew what he was doing. Here's the other thing. I was thinking. I think low key they had. It had the show on their phone so they could know what was happening. And so it's the delayed. I was kind of wondering if it's the delayed response of the award show. It's the delayed show on their phone. That's what i was kind of wondering. But i don't know if that's xio see i couldn't tell if it was a bit because she at the end seemed like. Oh he like. What were you doing like frazzled. Cutting away the yeah like. She didn't seem like upset. Like no no. I think they're good but it was. It was like what are you doing now. Like what's on your phone. So so weird moment we also just have to talk briefly about how like they would just throw people into breakout rooms on zoom..
"golden globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of sin. Affleck i m eastern coburn and i am clear cardis Welcome everybody. We just watched the golden globes clara. We did we. We just finished watching. What was that thirty minutes ago. Yeah yeah yeah it ended. It ended at eight So the golden globes are as weird as they always are. I think there was a time early on where you went. Four for four. Maybe six six same. I was at like a good one hundred percent estimates correct until we hit like tv properly. And then that's where no weird. My big upset was. I started losing was when they did best original song because that was which which the song one from life ahead was a which weird. But i was really surprised by that. Yeah that was. Yeah that was. That was a super big upset. So there was a there was a time when they were going very conventionally and the near the end the got kinda weird culminating in the the win that. I think everyone's gonna be talking about after this. Which is android day for billie holiday. Yes i feel like for me. Like i need to figure out how to be happy for her as a person. Just be upset that that one. 'cause i cus Her speech sounded nice. Like i like she seems like a great person. Like i'm genuinely like it's great to see great people when awards. Yeah it's just like. I don't know why we keep awarding just like mediocre 'bio-pics on lake singers from like the sixties like wire like. It reminds me of judy so much. Yeah judy was a surprise for me. Judy was not a good movie as a. I don't know how everyone i remember. That year was just like everyone just decided. At some point that renee zellweger was just going to be the person that we even the like schutte won oscars and everything in that in that case like android as different but like we just all like There was some point where everyone is just like. You know. it's it's renee zellweger year and everyone's like okay like people like. No one was really protesting it. So i just hope that doesn't happen again this year. It could you know. I brought up the point that it could be like attaran. Edgerton win that in a few years ago where he won for elton john. And it's like golden globes win like doesn't have any traction at the oscars but like what what what are your thoughts on that that one specifically because that's the one crazy..
"golden globe" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
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"golden globe" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"The and not something that they really with all of wanda's actions throughout this episode. They really made it a point to make sure you recognize that she. Yes she on one hand she does have all of these people in this in the state and is keeping them held hostage and has interrupted their lives very much like thanos snapped a bunch of people assistance and interrupted their lives But at the same time she is mentally unstable with the amount of grief and loss. And and just this this this life that she's she's lead where she she doesn't she. She may be found herself in the comfort of the wrong person. But yeah and i could. Yeah yeah at at and that sesa very pointed to your to your counterpoint. With my y you sitcom that she you know she. It may be. That is the counter programming. That who is who really is strange here Is you utilize the sitcom construct to help her. Deal with with all the lost she. She's she suffered From losing vision losing a brother and all the all the all the other situations that we've we've seen replayed in in the commercials. Yeah i mean. We're we're talking about reality word about wanda's power powerbases manipulation of reality so to sitcom seems really logical to me just because the it is escapism. It is it is a an what they went. After is she was in love and had her her heart. She had to literally ripped her heart out of herself in a way what she had to do division and and so she found solace in this idea that will if i make everything like it is on tv show than all can be right. We can have our disagreements but will always resolve the issue will always learn our lesson and move forward will that normal quote unquote life right right and that was a very interesting point. You know with with the what the twins with her sons. She's trying to do this. Escapism or for someone tried to help her escape from the law says she has suffered. But then whenever you know dealing with the story was sparky and of and then when agnes brings sparky out of the desire bushes and again i think this is guest to the point about agnes. Be into manipulator because But a really forcing wanda to address the reality of the of the she's dealt that she's trying to escape from because you know the boys are ready to age up again that he could escape from from the loss of the dog but then wanda and in this case maybe the rwanda is coming through and just like no you..
"golden globe" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"Already been done well. Yeah well you're yet to be fair. Yes not going to be inches amp to But yeah going back to going back to. Blade is for a quick moment. yes she was in the writer's room. And i guess i guess what's notable about about this. As he's the first african american woman screenwriter for any of the marvel films and then of course we know Near decosta's costa's first black woman director and of course i ryan kugler was supply panther so in other. Mc is getting getting a little little more diverse behind the camera. Just i'm so fearful of these headlines. You know i when i saw the headline that said this i was. I was very happy because we both know watchmen excellent written theories to say the least. I mean above like that is almost. It's pretty much a perfect season of television. So i was. I am thrilled about this. I just again like things to happen sooner than later. It kind of does worry me that they got my herschel. Allowed to sign without a script. You know like Interesting casted that guy before even telling him what you'll be doing. I mean you sign the talented writer like the Sure it's going to be really good. Yeah and also in the mcu we're seeing deep into this franchise that they try they lifestyle at left and right so the i think. If you're an actor at this point you can sign a contract with them. Knowing that you're probably going to get some pretty good material that the work with not they're not gonna put you out there to to the fail. Yeah they they. They don't like to repeat mistakes twice or one or two now they learned it course corrected. Quick the charm all right in other news. Mcu related according to luman nod nerdy. That's a horrible dame. Sony has offered keanu reeves the role of craven the hunter in the new spiderman movie villains solo spin off. Still so he's going to be. I in his own solo movie. Yeah yeah i mean heck. Yeah i mean i think you know sony has been like. Obviously they've had the you know. More is delayed again. Speaking of things that will never may never see the light of day and also Of course we we've had been in one and of course in twos on his way. So yeah i think they are. It obviously working through The various spiderman.
"golden globe" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast
"And it's crazy that I'm I'm only an hour away from it and it frequently bought. A rock appeals to a generally older demographic. So you definitely can Expect to see like your parents attending and it's not weird. It's not US fashion forward. Either as cello you know click. Cello is more like you know you can walk in a g string and no one's going to judge gave you do that bottle rock. You will be judged also because you're on the desert I mean not the valleys generally cooler weather so people are like in q codes or whatever but bottle rock. Some of their top headliners are red. Hot Chili peppers. Dave Matthews Miley Cyrus and Anderson Pock. I Love Anderson Pug So this this Festival Restivo Barak. I would suggest to someone who wants to try. Their first festival may be coachella. Might be too intense so I was suggest doing bought a rock walk and we bought a rock. The cool thing about you can also buy a day pass of just a one day passive you don't want to do Three or excuse me the two. I think it's two or three days now. If you WANNA go for the whole weekend you can just choose which they wanna go and pay like. It's one hundred bucks for a day pass so that's pretty convenient for those who don't Wanna Party hard all weekend. And this definitely how I can describe bought a rock to those who have never heard it. If feels like the last stop before the Casino Circuit Festival. You get room saying like like I said. This generally appeals to the older demographic so so it's like okay. Let's go to this festival and then we're going to go to the casino. So that's Kinda The vibe of this Loki Festival but there are still holds very a lot of the younger kids go to bottle rock and feeling Barak is definitely more kid. Friendly like definitely wouldn't see someone like seizing up up in the corner like in Coachella when I went. Oh my goodness like I am scarred. I saw so many people like sick throwing up in the corner of a palm tree. Free seizing up. So coachella is definitely more hardcore. People definitely you know are elevated on substances whereas with with bottle rockets more low key people have been on beer scipione wine really just enjoying the music and the art that the festival has to offer you. Fill me. So that's going to wrap up today's episode. We have we covered a lot we did. Let's see Golden Globe so my favorite moments from the twenty twenty Golden Globe awards I covered festival Linas for Chela Bonnaroo and bought a rock again. Let me know the comments if you're attending any of those festivals I wanNa know and that's going to wrap up today's episode again. Thank you so so much for tuning into the very first episode of the First Entertainment Episode of the Year Year. Twenty twenty. If you like today's episode don't forget to like subscribe share leave Nice comments give us a five star rating all of that good stuff and I wish you guys very happy and healthy week. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts entertainment. PODCAST podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. WWW DOT g himse podcast dot com download. Our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud and Google play this type in Jesus Mc to find all this shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music throw sports entertainment and even weird news you can also follow us on twitter and on facebook. Thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program..
"golden globe" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Down with Greta. Gerwig to talk about her new film little women on the big picture and Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett appeared on the Bill Simmons. PODCAST talk about the newest film. Uncut gems happy new year from the ringer. I'm Shawn Fantasy. This is the big picture a conversation show about the seventy seven. Th annual golden in global wards. Amanda here we are once more. We think we know what we're talking about. Enter these things with great confidence even knowing that the Golden Globe boards are famous famously. wonky messy goofy silly stupid and they have shocked us once more. Nineteen eighteen seventeen has won best drama. which I don't think either one of US predicted we in fact you did not pick that I think we thought all four of the other contenders had a good story story? I I do want to say you and I washed together and you. I believe pitched picked joker on our podcast Dixie Irishman. And at one point you shared with me that your wife was going with marriage story and and we watched a two popes commercial and I was like well it could be two popes and you said you. We've now talked about the possibility party of four of the five winners which means it'll probably be nineteen seventeen now. Look you and I are very lucky to have these jobs. We are but I do not claim to know anything like. I'm just going to put this on the table here. I don't I don't know anything. I know people who knows stuff but I don't know anything and this is an example of having any confidence about doing any of this stuff. I thought a lot of Adam. Sandler's character from uncut gems. When that moment happening where I was like this is what must be like to be an awful gambler? I think I went like four for fourteen tonight. Some brutal number. I think you and I are luckily tied at four hundred fourteen. I just WanNa remind you that I very confidently set on the podcast. I I think I got four wrong. That's true and I thought that would have been impressive. It's only get four rowing and four wrong would have been absolutely extraordinary. You would have been going straight to the damn. Am Bank on forum is tough interesting. Telecast tonight I actually thought it was quite a dull show for most of it. There were some head-scratching picks. There were some entertaining speeches. Let's let's we'll get back to nineteen seventeen and all the races. We'll go through race by race but before we do that. Let's just talk. About the telecast itself Ricky Gervais returned earned as the host fifth time he brought a a unique energy the show this year an energy I would describe as fuck all. He really did not seem to care. Think he literally did describe it as that multiple times when he told the audience to go fuck themselves. He was mercilessly bleeped. Throughout out the night He really had the attitude of a person who would be happy to be anywhere else but at this award show I'll be honest. I know it's not cool to set kind kind of enjoyed it you did I. I kind of enjoyed it not because I thought he was funny or useful but just because it was different. I've never really seen that before. There was a train wreck vibe to it you. You kept cackling at like you. Would just he would say something and it would be silent and then and then you would react to the fact that nothing was happening but him just like melting down. I love the idea of people who work at network or a famous person in the audience watching just like quietly recoiling at everything happening onstage on stage. There's something kind of joker ask about that and I I thought your race was kind of like fake provocative. Most of the night and a lot of the jokes. We're kind of like ooh look at me but not actually with anything deep to say about anything which is a lot of his humor in the last five to ten years but he definitely succeeded in bringing just the sheer shear nihilism to the performance. Yeah and I thought that was the one thing that was a mistake. I don't really care about Ricky Gervais xl. I didn't think he was very funny but I wasn't offended ended. My main thought process there is monologue was like oh I really don't like comedy like I don't like the active comedy or anyone who thinks that they're a comedian. It's just like not for me so you know. Yeah that's that's how I spent my time tonight but bio for you by the way comedy. Not For me. It's really not just don't care. I don't think it's funny but I agree that the show is boring and it felt like purposeless a lot of the time and some of that you remarked as we were watching all the commercials for like whatever weird. NBC Plane Show. They were debut and it would say when it was airing on NBC would say like an streaming the next day and there were commercials for Peacock. Doc and Amazon and ethics and all of the platforms and it was just very clear that this is a network. TV like dying right in front of our eyes yes it was a stegosaurus. Soroush slowly falling to its dinosaur needs so hiring someone to stand up on stage and be like this doesn't matter on the one on hand it's true it really doesn't. It's very putting his finger on the truth of the thing but you know they're still trying to get people to watch the show for three hours in order to cover. The advertising is and and to save their network and it I just did. Your Vase just reminded me of like this. Like this is an outdated form like. This actually has no relevance it didn't make me feel feel bad about committing my time to it though for some reason maybe that's just a six drain of my personality. But I I never felt like well I do. Think the show at Townsville purposeless. I didn't think think that his like ruthlessly blase approach to everything. I I just I. I liked it. There was. It was not the same old like back patty glad handing and and also the same Tina fey and amy poehler ask like were above it but will also do the show Biz dance thing you know that. That was raised a characteristic of their three times hosting. I think all of which were pretty fantastic. I I love them as hosts but the tonality of their hosting was always like. Isn't this stupid but also I will perform for it. This was the first time I ever saw anybody in this job. Go like fuck it. I don't care yeah I guess that's interesting as a one one time thing. I don't think you can ever do it again. Right couldn't run it back. Yeah and he swore up and down that he would not be back. I just I understand that reaction. I spent the whole time being like I'm being reminded so many different ways that I have complete control over what I want to watch now and what I content I want to take in and I just. I really really don't need to be listening to ricky surveys right now. which is now because she was defending me or because he was spectacularly unfunny? I was like I don't need this it's a great point I wonder how what what percentage of humans who are watching television. I chose actively to just throw on a streaming service instead of watch this award. Show which is what they would have done. Yeah say fifteen years ago to fascinating thing anything else else to say about your vase. I mean he really just gave his monologue and then came out. And kinda deep side his way through a couple of introductions and that was really the whole show that is true I they will say that the only kind of provocation that I was like I'll give him credit for or the I will remember is every time he would just yell back at the audience. Yes.
"golden globe" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Terms and conditions apply to that too. I think that's fair to say with any unless you shows up. It's definitely with you. We're going to get to the Golden Globes because there are some, you know, there is some relevant investing stuff coming out of that red carpet. Psyched. We should we have a red carpet here for the show. No, we absolutely should not quick thing. Because last Thursday on the show, I mentioned in the wake of the Bristol Myers Squibb deal in college by with cell, gene. Just a cozy seventy four billion dollars. Thirty five sticks in my head only seventy four only seventy four billion. But I was I was talking to Shannon Jones who hosts are the healthcare episode of industry focus on Wednesdays. And I can't remember if I mentioned this on the show last Thursday or not, but I remember in the conversation with her and one of the things she said was, you know, more deals are coming and in particular with on college and cut to the small. We're only lie lily sixty eight percent premium or something for for Laakso on college. Yeah. An eight billion dollar deal. So yes, if you're a shareholder of luck. So on college you're having a good day, and I wouldn't have been. So before we get to my question for you. Just a reminder. That's one more reason you wanna listen to industry focus for insights like that from Shannon Johns. The J P Morgan healthcare conference is is going on this week so presume announced right? It was announced their presumably more details on the deal coming later this week healthcare such a huge industry. Is it one that you invest in? And if so how granular do you get because for me it kind of stops with Johnson and Johnson? Yeah, it's tough. I've given up trying to invest in in the what was it oxo, Laakso luck? So the Laakso Oncology's the world because I don't know enough to have any sort of edge there. And remember, you're edging. Investing is pretty thin anyway, in terms of knowledge, you're almost never going to have a knowledge at you may be able to have a temperament edge. I think that's very important edge. But in terms of trying to pick companies who have drugs that are going to do well, or or have technology to make those drugs, and then all company would be acquired another words some of these aren't about so much getting just a drug there about. Getting the team of people that created the drug and so forth. I don't do it. I'm no good at it. There are people out there who are good at it. I'm not one of them. I do invest in healthcare companies at tend to go for something more, like an am and staffing or somebody selling picks and shovels to the hospitals healthcare services, someone doing laundry, and and food service at healthcare centers hospitals, and so on a little easier for me to figure out what's going on. And I just feel like there, I can have some kind of an edgy. At least I can know what's going on two Golden Globe awards were last nights. And I don't know if they timed it this way, but it certainly is working out well for Roku because Roku this morning released. Preliminary data for its fourth quarter results. And the viewership numbers are better than expected and shares of Roku up.
"golden globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Stephen Thompson, also with us in the wee hours of the morning is Glen Weldon of the NPR arts desk. Glenn? Yes. So we need to talk about some big winners as we mentioned in the intro on the film side. They were surprises to us. I guess and to some critics because they weren't necessarily every critics chart toppers, but green book and bohemian rhapsody were respectively. The winners for comedy musical and drama film. They did a great job this year on the Golden Globes honoring things that I have been putting off seat. So I need to go to you guys. Stephen were you surprised that the green book won the Golden Globe? I really was when you look at bohemian rhapsody bohemian rhapsody was a massive worldwide hit green book was not green book is the type of kind of traditionally awards e thing that feels like it could have been nominated for best picture in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine or nine hundred ninety six or two thousand three but it also didn't really capture the public's imagination. Bohemian rhapsody was like the movie all my relatives asked me about over Christmas. But green book seemed to kind of come and go. It was really surprising to see it win the big award at the end of the night. I've been putting off watching green book because I feared it would be this sort of placid uplift, you know, kind of very unchanging kind of kind of movie, and that speech by director, Peter Farrelly, which is just filled with all these platitudes about how we all need to find common ground. We need to do a lot more than that. That that didn't reassure me at all. Yeah. All we have to do is talk and to not judge people by their differences. But look for what we have in common. And we have a lot in common. We all want the same thing, we want love we want happiness. We want to be treated equally, and that's not such a bad thing. Thank you very much. He.
"golden globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I was starting to get concerned that it was gonna fall out of the out of contention. But so I think this is good news for that film for sure I really loved John David Washington's performance in that I'm really excited about it. But is this like a Hollywood royalty thing that the Golden Globes likes to do from time to time was he missed her Golden Globe. And some some reason pass right? I think they just really liked that movie. I mean, I think that that the atom driver nomination, spike, somebody like that will be for whatever reason for me. Anyway, it's been kind of an awards question, Mark. But it keeps popping up. And so I think again that that could be the academy goes to nine or ten or even eight like that. I think that we could expect to see it there. I also do think vice end black klansman there's sort of a little bit of a tradition. Probably the coolest thing. The does is reward movies that talk about how shitty America's. They're sort of like guys we have to spend a fair amount of time here like this is kind of a health scape. And this you should watch this movie. I know I keep lake sort of strong arming us back to TV when we're please full on full on film awards season. But I think he was talking about pose getting nominated both you know in in the drama category. And then a nomination for Billy porter. Because that's that was a surprise to me in a really pleasant one. We tend to think of or I tend to think of the PA as more conservatives mostly conservative or maybe Baksi conservative, and I was just really delighted to see in there. So that's a nice some nice representation for that show, which I guess won't be EMMY eligible until next year is that right? Premier? It is one of the shows it's grown constantly like I feel like every week. I see more people being like, oh my God. Wait pose. Can I ask a weird possibly completely irrelevant question because I'm gonna let you guys know right now, it's going to be my mission to get Catherine O'Hara an EMMY win for shits creek this year. I love her is shits creek like so I never saw it until it popped up on Netflix and suddenly was trending every day. And now, I'm main lining it. And it's the greatest thing ever. Why hasn't it gotten anything? Is it just because it was on some random Canadian TV channel? And will it have a chance Joanna? I don't know. Can we make this happen? Yeah. Let's do it. It airs pop before like, you know, what is pop has original programming. I only know about it because of the TCI's, and they do a presentation every year the TCI's. So I know all about pop I only know about it. Because when I watched creek on Netflix. There's a pop tile. And then I'm like, oh that exist so Papas in running. She's creek for several years imported out of Canada. And then I think he popped up on Netflix last year and a bunch of people start it, you know, like. Three seasons. N people started binging, and it's so good. I think Richard, and I are both huge fans that show. Mike, welcome to the party. Katie. I got maternity leave coming up. I'll I'll have a lot of time to watch it. I think Kindy TV in general doesn't get we seeing a lot more of Canadian imports because Netflix, Hulu and all this dreamers who are really thirsty for content. Are like, oh, here's a source for English language programming that we can pull down. And so we're seeing a lot more of Canadian programming on streaming. But I think it's just not like CBC programs don't campaign, I think in the same way. So I just don't I don't think you know, they're seeing that. Well, but let's do it. Let's we're going to make it happen. So I just wanted to interject briefly we should mention since we are an award season podcast that since last time we recorded. We now have all of our award season owes lent or main ones lined up, which is Kevin Hart will be hosting the Oscars and Sandra Owen, Eddie Sandberg will be hosting Golden Globes. Sandra Andy Sandberg is like a really funny kind of odd pairing until you go and watch their presentation at the..
"golden globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"And if we felt like there were any major surprises there or questions, we have things. I mean, the Golden Globes is there each let me start that. Again. I'll informed breslin station is famous for especially in television trying to plant their flag on something new. And so you always get something kind of like fun and under the radar in the TV categories. I think people would agree that one of the things this year is the Kaminsky method, which was a Netflix serious, Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, which is very much like Golden Globe. Catnip? And it's something that we, you know, predict it definitely in our Vanity Fair predictions considering the caliber of the actors in it, and then it's about show business. But. Still just a show that I don't know a lot of people watch on Netflix, and then Ditto, you know, you were talking about this a little bit off air, Katie the bodyguard, which was the number one most watched show in the UK this year, Richard Madden's, sort of spy tents, political spy drama, Richard gave our Richard gave it a lovely review on on the dot com. But you know, I it straight streaming on Netflix. And maybe this is just an F problem of like too, much content. But once again like I think that show flew under the radar for some people. So that's something that the Golden Globes often dozen television is just sort of shine in the movie realm. I think a lot of us go like what why? And in the TD Ron was especially in the area of so much. She I think it's sort of like, oh interesting. Like, this is going to get this Mozart in the jungle or whatever it is going to get a little boost from the attention from the Golden Globes. Yeah, I'll say that I was typing up the nominees as they came in and our movie predictions were far more accurate than our TV predictions. Which I think happens every year. It's just really..
"golden globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"At so you got to make sure that you understand manipulated markets the stock market one of the reason of so many laws and the stock market like insider trading so on it is because theoretically they're trying to avoid manipulated markets put the currency's the money that's in your bank account federal reserve central banks of we've got some music gone to see what we got no always like street musicians were walking into who were there and caesars i don't i can't stand play i think there you don't want an on society do not listen as that zach will say anything for an effect talk about manipulated market so i think golden globes in twenty years it'll be completely different there will be the golden globes as we know it the votes will be done through the block chain they'll be verified by people it'll be a blind and honest that's that's how the judicial system supposed to be zach do you think there is a mode yeah but the voters who selects the voters it aimed history were in the morning yeah the academy awards golden globes the judges are selected in its carnival pool of people that all know each other that's not a fair way to vote one of the premises of democracy here radically was that if you make it fair for people to vote you'll get the best candidate and you can't just say you know oh you have to have a harbour degree to be at the united states that would skew the sample said you know it has to be the best person rises to the top golden globes should be the best movie no matter what i know there's a lotta politics there's a lot of things that go on behind the scenes but this is a microcosm of bigger problems in the world in all the golden globes it's not a big deal if ruin river didn't win but it is a big deal if you're school system and you grow up learning stupid subjects that a central educational group of people who don't really give a sheet about you there's some federal government group decides oh you're not gonna lie.
"golden globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"S in one called association vice in availability vice in all these things they caused us to make mistakes and how we take action how we think through things and when you talk about politics we're talking about the golden globes it's a lot of the human brain making mistakes in assessing things so crypto and block chain technology whether it's bitcoin are things built on a theory um uh these have the potential to take out the human emotion so that you get better answers like a calculator were you say what's twenty seven times 27 you don't want a motion involved it's an actual number you want logic zach what's 2017 turned seven forty so as that that your public school education come within the play or private school yes soda i'll tell you the second you should use the calculators use a calculator a friend the do that's why can't and so when it comes to the golden globes whether they're corrupt or whether a book about donald trump is accurate or not part of the problem is there's too much injection of the cognitive by says there's too much for one of my mentors out nation said thai when you're playing poker after thirty minutes you don't know the sucker is you're the sucker and so when i watched the golden globes or read a book about politics i'm always trying to be sure i'm not being made into a sucker by people who are biased so trust me the movie wind river shoot a 1 something for shirt have been nominated so what ends up happening in the world is we all get a subpar experience in life because things get manipulating.
"golden globe" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Um but yet that that is it for the watercooler uh let's get to the news last night the two thousand eighteen golden globe awards were held jacobsen i did not watch for each t was meaning the live blog for the site um so itchy you're gonna tell us what w what happened so i ask unwashed the golden globes of my own volition just to enjoy the in shenanigans that go down but this year was a more sober and sobering affair because of the um the current contra the ongoing controversy around the weinstein fact and sexual harassment hollywood a lot of the actors and actresses attended the golden globes red carpet in all black and with the times up pin which is the movement that s in association with bringing more awareness to sexual harassment and assault in um that systemic in hollywood and i think that the the winners for the golden globes year were huge indication of how powerful at conversation has become so the golden globes this year the biggest winners were three billboards outside ebbing missouri which one of four golden globes went for drama um best actress that specify leading actor and best screenplay um and then the next couple of heavy of big winners were lady bird as well as in tv bigwood allies and henry's taylor huge winners as well so it's obvious that this is has become a preserve prevailing issue especially with three billboards aside any adding missouri and big little lies in handmaid's tale deal dealing with sexual assault and sexual harassment and um that cut those kinds of issues and uh the ceremony itself was uh was hosted by seth meyer's who had a really great monologue at the beginning that dealt directly with weinstein and all of the names that were the man that men that were named during like this ongoing revelations of sexual misconduct there is a really funny willem dafoe reaction wehre that has been going around that flicked him being wideeyed and looking little scared and there would like that's the reaction when your name is called and you don't know why so he made a lot of um jet seth meyer's made a lot of.