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  • oscar futures

    How the Golden Globe Results Just Changed the Oscar RaceWith Oscar nomination voting beginning this week, how did the HFPA’s picks affect the race?

    By Nate Jones

  • profile

    Youn Yuh-jung Comes to AmericaThe actress’s heart-shattering performance in Minari is likely to get an Oscar nod. She’s been doing this too long to care.

    By E. Alex Jung

  • that’s nuts

    The Golden Globes Were an Edge-of-Your-Seat Psychological ThrillerThe award for Best TV Series, Drama, should have gone to the awards ceremony itself.

    By Rachel Handler

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    This Year’s Golden Globes Were the Wrong Kind of MessTina Fey and Amy Poehler were fine hosts, but the ceremony overall was an exhausting reminder that this whole pandemic is really getting old.

    By Jen Chaney

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    By Anne Victoria Clark

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    The Highs, Lows, and Whoas of the 2021 Golden GlobesFrom Tina and Amy making it work to Jason Sudeikis doing … whatever he was doing.

    By Kathryn VanArendonk and Jackson McHenry

  • the gold rush

    Chadwick Boseman’s Wife Honors Him in Posthumous Golden Globe Acceptance Speech“He would say something beautiful, something inspiring, something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you you can.”

    By Halle Kiefer

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    By Savannah Salazar

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    By Devon Ivie

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    By Chris Murphy

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    By Chris Murphy

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    By Halle Kiefer

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    By Devon Ivie

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    Who Should (and Will) Win at the Golden Globes This Weekend?Even in the middle of a pandemic, the Globes will go on, and so will our prognostication.

    By Jen Chaney and Nate Jones

  • Oscar Futures: Why the Amazon Debate Won’t Hurt Nomadland’s ChancesWe suspect this narrative is likely to remain a Film Twitter-only thing.

    By Nate Jones

  • The Father Is a Devastating Close-up of a Mind That’s Beginning to FrayAnthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman are excellent as a father and daughter whose time together can only end in tragedy.

    By Alison Willmore

  • apologies?

    By Chris Murphy

  • the gold rush

    Nicole Kidman’s 15 Career Golden Globe Nominations, RankedThe Hollywood Foreign Press Association may have snubbed Eyes Wide Shut and Paddington, but at least they gave these performances their due.

    By Roxana Hadadi

  • By Justin Curto and Zoë Haylock

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    By Joe Reid

  • Real-Life Nomad Bob Wells Poured His Own Grief Into NomadlandThe famous van dweller explains how the death of his son inspired one of the film’s most devastating moments.

    By Vulture Editors

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    By Charlotte Walsh

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    For No Reason at All, Here’s the Greatest Emma Thompson Acceptance SpeechThe 2021 Globes ceremony might be a mess, but we’ll always have this ghostly moment.

    By Joe Reid

  • the industry

    By Devon Ivie

  • What Nomadland Gets Wrong About Gig WorkersThe movie features a real Amazon warehouse and real workers but leaves out real exploitation.

    By Wilfred Chan

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    By Joe Reid

  • By Rebecca Alter

  • Oscar Futures: Can Black Messiah Rise Again?After a disappointing showing at the initial precursors, late arrival Judas and the Black Messiah is picking up momentum.

    By Nate Jones

  • Wolfwalkers Is Giving Kids a History Lesson on the Horrors of ColonialismThe animators behind the Golden Globe–nominated indie discuss how they used Irish history to tell a tale of climate crisis today.

    By Rebecca Alter

  • By Charlotte Walsh

  • movies

    Chloé Zhao’s AmericaThe creator of quiet indie dramas is now the most-sought-after director in Hollywood.

    By Alison Willmore

  • By Rebecca Alter

  • Mank and Minari Lead the 26th Annual Critics Choice Award NominationsWhile Chadwick Boseman is recognized for both Da 5 Bloods and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.

    By Zoe Haylock

  • Ryan Seacrest Is Walking Off E!’s Live From the Red CarpetNot that there have been many red carpets to go live from these days.

    By Justin Curto

  • close encouters

    By Charlotte Walsh

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  • Maria Bakalova Thinks Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Is a Love StoryThe newly Golden Globe–nominated actress is aware she beat out Meryl Streep for a nod.

    By Rebecca Alter

  • By Zoe Haylock

  • sundance 2021

    Here Are Your 2021 Sundance Film Festival Award WinnersCODA became the first film in Sundance history to sweep the top three prizes in the U.S. Dramatic category.

    By Charu Sinha

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    By Charu Sinha

  • awards season

    By Charlotte Walsh

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    By Justin Curto

  • awards season

    Netflix Dominates AFI’s Top Movie and Television Series of the YearThis year’s list is also a record for diversity, with more than half the films featuring majority-Black casts.

    By Charlotte Walsh

  • awards season

    The Academy Bumps Best International Feature Shortlist Up to 15And removes the three “saves” typically incorporated into the selection process.

    By Halle Kiefer

  • awards season

    SAG Awards Bump Date Again to Avoid Clash with GrammysThis Oscars precursor will now take place on Sunday, April 4.

    By Rebecca Alter

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    By Zoe Haylock

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