Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return to host for the third year in a row
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
From Christine Lahti's potty break to Elizabeth Taylor's brain-burp, a collection of cringe-inducing Globes highlights
There's liquor, OMG moments and a welcome lack of musical numbers
Will the "new" hosts take a shot at the "old" host again this year?
They will be joined on stage by Miss Golden Globe Sosie Bacon and Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Theo Kingma
“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...
Nicole Kidman, Vin Diesel and David O. Russell among the many stars who showed up to accept donations
HFPA's annual grant luncheon sets new record for its grants, introduces new president Theo Kingma
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
Terms of the settlement between Michael Russell Group and the Golden Globes producer were not disclosed
Golden Globes winners will be highlighted in bold and italicized
Golden Globes voters nominated Nicole Kidman for "The Paperboy," snubbed "Beasts of the Southern Wild" entirely and called "Hyde Park on Hudson" a comedy --...
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 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
Philip Berk describes his meeting with Les Moonves as a cordial lunch, but CBS chief claims their Golden Globes talk was more serious
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
Forget about who's going to win -- the important question is, who's Ricky Gervais going to attack?
"The Artist," "The Help" and "The Descendants" lead all movies; "Downton Abbey" and "Mildred Pierce" top TV noms
The comedian hosted the show for two insult laden, but highly rated broadcasts
The comedian doesn't deny a story about him meeting with the HFPA president and an NBC exec to discuss him hosting the Golden Globes again
Claims by the charity Stars For a Cause can also proceed
New judge wants to push the trial for Hollywood Foreign Press Association's suit against Dick Clark Productions to next summer; HFPA lawyers are pushing back
Although the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the awards, is suing show producer Dick Clark Productions, the broadcast will go on -- this...
"Office" creator apparently didn't hear the HFPA when they said they weren't interested the last time
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the case over the Golden Globe Awards will proceed