SR Live Coverage: The Golden Globe Awards

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With the award season in full swing, we at Screen Rant figured that maybe we should be covering these prestigious events because who knows, Mariah Carey could get up and say something crazy at one of these things OR Mariah Carey could get up and say something crazy at two of these things.

In case of such events, the general consensus is that we need someone around to provide hilarious, informative and cute/endearing commentary as well as someone that you, the reader, can yell at when you don’t agree with something we say.

So, join us back here at 8PM (EST) and we’ll kick things off as the always wonderful Ricky Gervais hosts the 2010 Golden Globe Awards.

In case you’re wondering who’s nominated for what or if you’re just in a general curious mood, here’s a list of all the nominations so you can follow along.

2010 Golden Globe Nominations

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  1. If Michael C. Hall and John Lithgow don't win, I'll be shocked….

  2. @Jimmy,

    I'm REALLY hoping Michael C. Hall wins the award. He's been ignored for his role on Dexter for far too long. As far as John Lithgow, I'm torn between him and Michael Emerson (for Lost).

  3. Looking forward to the live-chat guys!

  4. Is the live coverage gonna be here?

  5. Jennifer, yes, in the chat box above.

    Vic

  6. I'm hoping for a Kevin Bacon win for “Taking Chance.” His performance was mesmerizing.

    If only celebrities could walk the red carpet, get asked who their wearing, a little about why they're there, and then they move on. I don't care if they knew if it was raining or not. I don't want to hear about their personal lives here. I don't want other celebrities stopped in the middle of someone else's interview.

    But I love the Globes. They're so much more informal than the Oscars and I love seeing Robert Downey, Jr. in the same room as Michael Morrison.

    Plus… Ricky Gervais could be my favorite comedian ever.

  7. Awesome wins for Lithgow and Hall. Well deserved!

  8. Majorly disappointed in the James Cameron win. Should've gone to Kathryn Bigelow or Jason Reitman. And then he had to go and speak the fake language? Disappointed.

  9. Congratulations to James Cameron and the cast and crew of Avatar for winning the awards for: Best Director and Best motion picture drama. WELL DESERVED!!!

  10. Am I the only one who thought that Avatar was a terrible movie?

  11. I didn't think it was 'terrible' but it's certainly overhyped. Shouldn't have won, but I'm not surprised it did.

  12. I didn't think it was terrible. But best motion picture drama? Seriously?

  13. Like what has been said, I thought it was okay, but I'm lumping it in the same category as Titanic: great bit of innovation in the film-making itself, but undeserving of anything beyond its technical achievements.

    The only reasons I was remotely interested was for Simon Baker being nominated, “(500) Days of Summer” being in there AT ALL, and Robert Downey Jr. I was appalled The Road and a Best Actor nomination for Viggo Mortenson were left out. Replace Avatar with The Road and I'd be happy.

  14. While this might sound odd coming from me, I am kinda glad Avatar won rather than some Iraq war drama designed to win awards, and it goes to show how largely ridiculous this award ceremony is when Glee (the worst offense to television in some time) beats an amazing show like Entourage!!!

    But I am very pleased to see Michael C Hall and John Lithgow win, because they damn well deserve it!

  15. i completely agree about The Road and Mortenson, but 500 days of summer was pretty much laugh free.

  16. And I really didnt think Sherlock Holmes was a comedy, it had some good laughs, but a comedy? No. Stupid awards.

  17. I love the Robert Downey, Jr. win. That is why I love the Globes.

    I don't like the “Avatar” or James Cameron win. Since when does combining “Dances with Wolves” and “FernGully” make you a great director? Does anyone else think that the prawns in “District 9″ looked more realistic than the Na'vi? And at less than half the budget?

  18. Yeah, I suppose “terrible” might be a little bit of an over-statement. It was enjoyable to watch while it was on, but by the time Jake was in his avatar body and met Neytiri and her Na'vi clan, you could pretty much predict every single plot point that was going to occur, from Jake being accepted into their clan and taming the giant red lizard bird to Tsu'tey hating Jake but eventually coming to respect him as a “brother” before dying (as his character exists in a variety of movies, and that's always what happens), to Jake eventually finding a way to be fused with his avatar forever. Sure, it was pretty, but I'd rather see an ugly movie with depth and an intriguing plot, like The Road, which I agree with you about 100%, histeachn.

  19. I thought the scene in Sherlock Holmes where the guy spontaneously caught on fire and fell out of a window to his death was particularly funny – really had me rolling on the floor.

    </sarcasm>

  20. While this might sound odd coming from me, I am kinda glad Avatar won rather than some Iraq war drama designed to win awards, and it goes to show how largely ridiculous this award ceremony is when Glee (the worst offense to television in some time) beats an amazing show like Entourage!!!

    But I am very pleased to see Michael C Hall and John Lithgow win, because they damn well deserve it!

  21. i completely agree about The Road and Mortenson, but 500 days of summer was pretty much laugh free.

  22. And I really didnt think Sherlock Holmes was a comedy, it had some good laughs, but a comedy? No. Stupid awards.

  23. I love the Robert Downey, Jr. win. That is why I love the Globes.

    I don't like the “Avatar” or James Cameron win. Since when does combining “Dances with Wolves” and “FernGully” make you a great director? Does anyone else think that the prawns in “District 9″ looked more realistic than the Na'vi? And at less than half the budget?

  24. Yeah, I suppose “terrible” might be a little bit of an over-statement. It was enjoyable to watch while it was on, but by the time Jake was in his avatar body and met Neytiri and her Na'vi clan, you could pretty much predict every single plot point that was going to occur, from Jake being accepted into their clan and taming the giant red lizard bird to Tsu'tey hating Jake but eventually coming to respect him as a “brother” before dying (as his character exists in a variety of movies, and that's always what happens), to Jake eventually finding a way to be fused with his avatar forever. Sure, it was pretty, but I'd rather see an ugly movie with depth and an intriguing plot, like The Road, which I agree with you about 100%, histeachn.

  25. I thought the scene in Sherlock Holmes where the guy spontaneously caught on fire and fell out of a window to his death was particularly funny – really had me rolling on the floor.

    </sarcasm>

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