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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Foreign Film

    The best foreign film race should look at least somewhat different than the Oscars, given the HFPA has a much more open system that allows for more than one film per country to be eligible.

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Comedy/Musical Actress

    Here's our take on the best actress in a comedy/musical category.

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Supporting Actor

    This is the definitely the least clear of all the acting races, both at the Globes and the Oscars. Michael Fassbender, Tom Hanks and Jared Leto seem like the safe bets, but beyond them who knows.

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Supporting Actress

    Here's our Golden Globe predictions for best supporting actress.

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Original Song

    The Globes like them some stars in the best original song category, much more so than the Oscars. And there's plenty to choose from, including Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Jay-Z, U2, Karen O and Pharrell Williams...

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Drama Actress

    Here's our take on the best actress in a ´╗┐drama category, which -- like the Oscars -- seems to be down to Cate Blanchett v. Sandra Bullock.

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    2014 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Original Score

    Here's our take on the best original score race.

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    A Guide To The 2013-14 Awards Season: All The Winners and Nominees So Far

    Award season is in full swing, with basically three straight months of announcements from critics groups, guilds, boards, and yes, academies, underway.

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    Why 'August: Osage County' Is Moving Off Its Christmas Opening

    The Weinstein Co. confidently debuted John Wells and Tracy Lett's entertaining no-holds-barred R-rated film adaptation of the Pulitzer and Tony-winning stage hit "August: Osage County" at the Toronto Film Festival. Since then TWC has been working their SAG and Golden Globes magic, but the movie hasn...

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    'Philomena,' Harvey Weinstein's Best Oscar Hope, Comes on Strong; Why Coogan Dared to be Sincere

    Steve Coogan is full of surprises. As an actor who also writes and produces, we have a sense of him from the roles he plays--he tends to be smart, acerbic, a bit of an asshole. So heart-tuggingly sincere "Philomena," which earned Golden Globes nominations last week for not only Best Drama and Actres...

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