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    Golden Globes Weekend Preview: Critics Choice, AFI, BAFTA Rising Stars, Parties

    It's a busy awards weekend in Hollywood. It all starts off with Thursday night's Critics Choice Movie Awards, which happens to air live on VH1 the night before Oscar ballots are due--at 5 PM Friday. Last year the CCMA chose 18 Oscar winners out of its 20 awards. (My winners' predictions ...

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    Golden Globe Nominee Abel Korzeniowski Talks Madonna, 'W.E.,' Score

    One of my favorite movie scores of the season is Abel Korzeniowski's haunting work for Madonna's "W.E."

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    Golden Globes Presenters include Banderas, Portman, Kidman, McCarthy & More

    The Golden Globes is getting a full house of stars for the 69th annual awards show on January 15, hosted by the delightfully insulting Ricky Gervais. Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Nicole Kidman, Clive Owen, Melissa McCarthy, Freida Pinto and Natalie Portman will each be presenting awards...

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    2012 Golden Globe Award Predictions

    indieWIRE will provide regular updates of our predictions for the 69th Golden Globe Awards through mid-December, when the nominations are announced.

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    A Complete Guide To 2011-12 Awards Season

    Award season is in full swing, with months of announcements from critic groups, guilds, boards, academies, and organizations underway.

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    Early Reviews on Late-Breaking War Horse, Extremely Loud, Land of Blood and Honey

    Early reviews are in on Steven Spielberg's "War Horse," Stephen Daldry's "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," and Anjelina Jolie's "In the Land of Blood and Honey," three of the latest-breaking movies hitting theaters this Christmas. A sampling of review...

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    Oscar Talk: Where Are We Now? The Artist, Descendants, Dragon Tattoo, Extremely Loud, War Horse

    This week in Oscar Talk Kris Tapley and I survey the awards terrain following key votes from the LA film critics, Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globes, which all have different impact but show us where the field is at this moment. We know where the actors are--"The Artist," "The Help...

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    Oscar Watch: The Artist is the One to Beat

    Yes, "The Artist" is running away with the Oscar ball. It's has love from critics, dominated the SAG and Golden Globes nominations, and is strong with actors and craftspeople alike. As a nostalgic love letter to the movies--and a comic/tragic/romance--it has everything a Academy member...

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    10 Things We Know From the SAG, Golden Globe and Critics' Choice Nominations

    Here's what really went down: The Oscar race just went from quite murky to nearly crystal clear.

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    'The Artist' Leads Golden Globe Award Nominations

    Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" led the nominations for the 69th Golden Globe Awards, which were announced this morning in Los Angeles. 

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