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The winners of the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (HFPA), the precursor to the Oscars, have been announced tonight at a ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton hotel, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the third year in a row.
It’s been a dishy 2014! To celebrate the departure of 2014 and the arrival of 2015, check out the latest supercut from the folks over at Screen Junkies.
Here are a collection of 35 cutest big boom moments from the history of blockbusters:
Not only did Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu‘s Birdman have the most SAG and Independent Spirit Award nominations, but now it’s got the most Golden Globe Nominations as well. It’s leading the pack with seven total nods, followed by Boyhood and The Imitation Game with five a piece. (Inarritu is a lock to win the Oscar).
This morning, the 2015 Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced with many of the usual suspects in this year’s race so far popping up, along with some wild card additions.
Birdman is leading the way with four, followed by Boyhood, The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything with three nominations each.
Although Mockingjay – Part 1 might not reach Catching Fire‘s historic heights, it is not slowing down anytime soon.
The penultimate installment in the YA film franchise starring Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen was number one again at the box office in its second week in theaters with an estimated $56.9 million.
The winter blockbuster Jupiter Ascending has a new international trailer out. The new trailer is more streamlined than the last one was, and the chaotic madness of the early trailers seems to disappear.
The latest venture from Andy and Lana Wachowski’s looks a lot better from a trailer point of view as a high concept sci-fi event movie, instead of positioning the film as a sort of space adventure love story.
In one of the quietest showings for a #1 film at the box office this year, the Jake Gyllenhaal’s new indie crime-thriller Nightcrawler and the Hasbro-inspired horror movie Ouija tied for first place with $10.9 million each.
The directorial debut of Dan Gilroy took the top spot by just $9,000 according to estimates Sunday. The board game/spirit board spinoff could easily come out on top once final figures are announced Monday.