The 73rd annual Golden Globes will air on NBC live coast-to-coast Jan. 10 from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills
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Golden Globes DeMille Award Recipient George Clooney on Paris Attacks: ‘We Won’t Walk in Fear’ (Video)
Actor, director and philanthropist receives the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award
Awards credibility is secondary when you’re selling yourself as Hollywood’s biggest party of the year
Who’s the first presenter? How long will Tina and Amy talk? Which category has a supersurprise in store?
Will it be a good night for “Birdman,” “Boyhood,” “House of Cards” and “Transparent?”
Under the new rules, last year’s foreign-language nominee “The Wind Rises” would have been shifted to the animation category
Terms of the settlement between Michael Russell Group and the Golden Globes producer were not disclosed
Golden Globes voters nominated Nicole Kidman for "The Paperboy," snubbed "Beasts of the Southern Wild" entirely and called "Hyde Park on Hudson" a comedy —...
The warring sides in the Golden Globes TV rights case began closing arguments Friday, with no settlement in sight
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
Controversial star plays the victim in one interview, schedules session with the always-friendly Hollywood Foreign Press
The group behind the Golden Globe Awards is fighting the producers of the annual TV broadcast over a deal it made with NBC