As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association tries to repair its image, the Globes offer a moment in the spotlight and a table full of drinks
There's liquor, OMG moments and a welcome lack of musical numbers
You'd be excused for thinking it was the second weekend in January, as the two powerhouses host back-to-back, star-packed bashes a week before turkey time
“Blue Is the Warmest Color,” “The Lunchbox” and “Like Father, Like Son” are among the acclaimed films eligible for the Globes -- but not the...
In an unusual conversation with the normally entertainment-minded HFPA, the fugitive WikiLeaks founder talks a little about movies, a lot about the "security complex" he...
HFPA's annual grant luncheon sets new record for its grants, introduces new president Theo Kingma
Change comes slowly, Theo Kingma tells TheWrap: “To hire a COO, it took 10 years. To buy a building it took 20 years. Am...
After two presidents in their 70s and 80s, the embattled HFPA chooses a 46-year-old photojournalist determined to alter the image of the organization
Monday election will end the divisive reign of Aida Takla-O'Reilly. Most recent documents show the group spent $3.6 millon on lawyers
Skinny dipping and naked cellphone photos -- a night in the life of an HFPA member?
Terms of the settlement between Michael Russell Group and the Golden Globes producer were not disclosed
By holding the Golden Globes before Oscar nominations are announced, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association avoids a potential conflict with new Oscar campaign rules
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association gets a second chance after April defeat
The warring sides in the Golden Globes TV rights case began closing arguments Friday, with no settlement in sight
Judge A. Howard Matz tells Dick Clark Productions and the HFPA to come to an agreement
Top CBS exec was willing to pay $25 to $30 million a year for rights to the Golden Globes -- significantly more than NBC paid
Dick Clark Production's Mark Shapiro cops to bluffing -- former NBC exec Marc Graboff also takes the stand
The HFPA claims it never approved a contract, but DCP counters that it did not need the organization's consent
Hollywood Foreign Press suit charges Dick Clark Productions renegotiated its contract with NBC without its consent. The case opens Tuesday
The comedian hosted the show for two insult laden, but highly rated broadcasts
Claims by the charity Stars For a Cause can also proceed
The legal fight between Dick Clark Productions and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association was supposed to take place in U.S. District Court next week
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge will allow two separate actions to go into the discovery phase
Press Association asks judge to end DCP's involvement in awards show
Aida Takla O'Reilly gets a second term as president
Superior court judge throws out defamation claims from Michael Russell
The embattled Golden Globes backer swells its ranks to 85
The group behind the Golden Globe Awards is fighting the producers of the annual TV broadcast over a deal it made with NBC
The composer and journalist worked as the music editor for Daily Variety and worked in TV and radio
HFPA fires back at Dick Clark Productions, saying its claim to keep producing the show is based on six words in a 1993 contract