I can't say I loved last night's Golden Globe Awards in their entirety. There was something unfocused and rather boilerplate about the telecast as a whole, but it did have its memorable moments. Here are my Top Five. Memo to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: Pay special attention to Number 2 if you want next year's awards to be an improvement. more »
"I'm... single," teased Jodie Foster Sunday night as she accepted the Golden Globes' Cecil B. Demille award, before launching into the most riveting, daring, and yes, often random speeches of the night. What seemed to begin as a coming out speech touched on celebrity culture, privacy, Honey Boo Boo, Mel Gibson, her ex-partner Cydney Bernard and their children, and had some speculating she was talking retirement (a suggestion she refuted backstage).
The 2013 Golden Globes have given us so many magical gifts, like that five minutes of Kristen Wiig-Will Ferrell wackiness and the surprise appearance by Lincoln-stumping former President Bill Clinton and that coming out/not coming out maybe-drunk, still amazing speech by Jodie Foster. So let's celebrate the added wonderment of watching the Globes in the internet age: Reliving the best, most random moments of sloshed-celebrity shenanigans as immortalized in animated GIF form! First, let Best Song winner Adele and her impromptu Skyfall high-five with James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, delight you all over again.
Welcome to Movieline's live coverage of the 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler should be out any minute now, and we'll keep you updated on the good, the bad and the ugly after the jump.