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US Golden Globes Time's Up (CR)
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Summary: Moss: Hollywood 'learning' women can make them money
Story No: 4133802
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 13:26 PM
People: Elisabeth Moss , Lee Unkrich , Sam Rockwell
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Beverly Hills, California, 7 Jan. 2018

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Elisabeth Moss, actress:

"And we also believe not only at 'Top of the Lake' but at 'The Handmaid's Tale' and having as many women behind the camera as possible. As many female producers, directors, where is she? There is (director) Reed (Morano). You know, it is really, really, important to us to take a part in that movement. And it is also what people want to see. I think that Hollywood is learning that that makes money, that that's popular."

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Lee Unkrich, director:

"We tried to create an environment that really welcomed as many diverse voices as possible, not only through the consultants that we brought in, but through the crew that we assembled. It was a very diverse crew and we are proud of that and we believe that all of those voices that we brought together really did help make the movie as successful as it was."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Sam Rockwell, actor:

"It's really powerful that women feel empowered to say something and I think they deserve that and I think the rest of us should just listen, you know?"

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US Golden Globes Fashion (CR)

Beverly Hills, Calif., 7 Jan. 2018

1. Various of Meryl Streep, left, and activist Al-jen Poo, right

2. Various of Angelina Jolie

3. Various of Catherine Zeta-Jones

4. Various of Claire Foy

5. Various of Diane Kruger

6. Various of Kerry Washington

7. Various of Maggie Gyllenhaal

8. Various of Kate Hudson

9. Various of Margot Robbie

10. Various of Emma Stone, left, and former tennis player Billie Jean King, right

11. Various of Elisabeth Moss

12. Various of Ava Duvernay

13. Various of activist Tarana Burke, left, and Michelle Williams, right

14. Various of Mariah Carey

15. Various of activist Monica Ramirez, left, and Laura Dern, right

16. Various of Alexander Skarsgard

17. Various of Saoirse Ronan

18. Various of Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick

19. Various of James Franco

20. Various of Sterling K. Brown

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US Golden Globes Oprah (CR)
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Summary: Oprah: 'Time's Up' is for 'women of the world'
Story No: 4133720
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 05:21 AM
People: Oprah Winfrey , Harvey Weinstein , Cecil B. DeMille
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Beverly Hills, California – 7 January 2018

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Oprah Winfrey, Cecil B. DeMille Award Recipient:

"So when something as big as what started to happen in October with Harvey Weinstein started to unfold I thought whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. And with every day's revelation I thought here is an opportunity for something powerfully, a powerful growth and how do we use this moment to elevate what is happening instead of continually victimize ourselves. And so I think that wearing black in solidarity is one step. I think that what Time's Up is doing with a legal defense fund is a major step. It was very important to all of us involved with Time's Up that it not just be about the women of Hollywood because we're already a privileged group but to extend to the women of the world because as I said tonight there isn't a culture a race a religion or politic a workplace that hasn't been affected by it."

5. Winfrey walking off stage

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US Golden Globes Fashion 2 (CR)
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Summary: Cruz, Timberlake, Watson, more wear black to the Golden Globes
Story No: 4133716
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 05:12 AM
People: Chris Hemsworth , Heidi Klum , Susan Sarandon , Alicia Vikander , Dakota Johnson , Sarah Jessica Parker , Justin Timberlake , Kit Harington , Jude Law , Sally Hawkins , Steven Spielberg , Christina Hendricks , Emma Watson , Denzel Washington , Kendall Jenner , Issa Rae , Jessica Biel , Penelope Cruz , Roseanne Barr , Luca Guadagnino , Kate Capshaw
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Beverly Hills, Calif., 7 Jan. 2018

1. Various of director Steven Spielberg, right, and wife Kate Capshaw, left

2. Various of actress Penelope Cruz

3. Various of recording artist Justin Timberlake, left, and actress Jessica Biel, right

4. Various of Justin Timberlake

5. Various of Jessica Biel

6. Various of actress Alicia Vikander

7. Various of activist Marai Larasi, left, and actress Emma Watson, right

8. Various of actress Sally Hawkins

9. Various of activist Rosa Clemente, left, and actress Susan Sarandon, right

10. Various of actress Sarah Jessica Parker

11. Various of actress Issa Rae

12. Various of actor Denzel Washington, left, and wife Pauletta

13. Various of actor Kit Harington

14. Various of actress Roseanne Barr

15. Various of model Kendall Jenner

16. Various of actress Dakota Johnson

17. Various of director Luca Guadagnino, left, and Dakota Johnson, right

18. Various of actor Chris Hemsworth

19. Various of TV personality, model Heidi Klum

20. Various of actress Christina Hendricks

21. Various of actor Jude Law

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US Golden Globes Backstage 1
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Summary: Sam Rockwell, 'The Handmaid's Tale' showrunner Bruce Miller and star Elisabeth Moss talk backstage at Golden Globes
Story No: 4133706
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 03:25 AM
People: Sam Rockwell , Elisabeth Moss , Isabelle Huppert , Ewan McGregor , Jude Law , Margaret Atwood
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BACKSTAGE AT GLOBES, ROCKWELL GREETS FRIENDS IN BATHROOM, MOSS LOOKING FORWARD TO SLEEP

Backstage at the Golden Globe Awards, Sam Rockwell was running into friends in the bathroom and the Elisabeth Moss was looking for sleep.

Rockwell won best supporting actor in a drama for his performance in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." He said he'd been happy to bump into fellow actors at the awards ceremony on Sunday (7 JANUARY) in Beverly Hills, California.

"You know I've already seen so many beautiful fellow actors you know. Isabelle Huppert, Jude Law -- saw him in the bathroom with Ewan McGregor. It's pretty stellar. And seeing all the -- all the fellas and can I just say I forgot to thank my fellow nominees up there on the stage. So I want to just thank them and tell them to say that I'm really honored and humbled to be in their company," Rockwell said.

Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale" won best TV drama series and earned star Elisabeth Moss a trophy. Its showrunner deflected questions backstage about season two.

"It starts after season 1. It's really good. How's that? It's a comedy. It's hilarious. No we're just expanding on the world created by Margaret Atwood in the first season. We go to the colonies," Bruce Miller said. " Is that tid-bitty enough? We just won for season one. Can't we rest? This is for season 1."

Moss said her biggest challenge on the show was meeting the high bar she sets for herself.

"So I'm always trying to do something I haven't done before. So for me it's just about I suppose the challenge that I set for myself that nobody else does really for me. And sleep! Sleep! Always. Always a challenge," she said.

Beverly Hills, California, 7 January 2018

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Sam Rockwell, Actor: "You know I've already seen so many beautiful fellow actors you know. Isabelle Huppert, Jude Law -- saw him in the bathroom with Ewan McGregor. It's pretty stellar. And seeing all the -- all the fellas and can I just say I forgot to thank my fellow nominees up there on the stage. So I want to just thank them and tell them to say that I'm really honored and humbled to be in their company."

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Bruce Miller, 'The Handmaid's Tale' showrunner: "It starts after season 1. It's really good. How's that? It's a comedy. It's hilarious. No we're just expanding on the world created by Margaret Atwood in the first season. We go to the colonies. Is that tid-bitty enough? We just won for season one. Can't we rest? This is for season 1."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Elisabeth Moss, Actress: "Our biggest challenge as a group is probably just trying to do this incredible book justice -- this particular show. My challenge in general when starting a project is I set a kind of high bar for myself. So I'm always trying to do something I haven't done before. So for me it's just about I suppose the challenge that I set for myself that nobody else does really for me. And sleep! Sleep! Always. Always a challenge."

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US Golden Globes Fashion 10
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Summary: Salma Hayek, Reese Witherspoon, Halle Berry, Nicole Kidman, more arrive to the Golden Globes
Story No: 4133713
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 04:48 AM
People: Liev Schreiber , Salma Hayek , Christian Slater , Tom Hanks , Emilia Clarke , Armie Hammer , Keith Urban , Ashley Judd , Timothee Chalamet , Nicole Kidman , Reese Witherspoon , Gal Gadot , Mary J. Blige , Harvey Weinstein , Halle Berry , Zuhair Murad , Rita Wilson , Gary Oldman , Eva Longoria , Elizabeth Chambers
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REESE WITHERSPOON, GAL GADOT, EVA LONGORIA, MORE WALK GLOBES RED CARPET

Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek and Ashley Judd walked Sunday's (7 JAN. 2018) Golden Globes together, all wearing black.

They dressed in black to show their support for the Time's Up movement, which launched New Year's Day to fight sexual harassment. The movement was formed in the wake of the fall of Harvey Weinstein and dozens of other men accused of sexual misconduct.

Actress Halle Berry wore a sheer black minidress by Zuhair Murad.

Gal Gadot chose a gown by Tom Ford.

Beverly Hills, Calif., 7 Jan. 2018

1. Various, left to right, actresses Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek and Ashley Judd

2. Various of Salma Hayek, left, and Ashley Judd, right

3. Various of Reese Witherspoon

4. Various of actress Halle Berry

5. Various of actress Nicole Kidman solo and then joined by recording artist husband Keith Urban

6. Various of actor Tom Hanks, left, and actress, wife Rita Wilson, right

7. Various of actress, recording artist Mary J Blige

8. Various of actor Armie Hammer, left, and Elizabeth Chambers

9. Various of Armie Hammer joining co-star Timothee Chalamet

10. Various of Timothee Chalamet

11. Various of actress Gal Gadot

12. Various of Yaron Versano, left, and Gal Gadot, right

13. Various of actress Emilia Clarke

14. Various of actor Gary Oldman, right, and wife Gisele Schmidt, left

15. Various of actor Laurence Fishburn

16. Various of actor Christian Slater, right, with Brittany Lopez

17. Various of actor Liev Schreiber

18. Various of director Sam Taylor-Johnson, left, and actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson, right

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US Golden Globes Arrivals (CR)
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Summary: Golden Globe stars declare 'Time's Up'
Story No: 4133697
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 08/01/2018 02:33 AM
People: Dave Franco , Kerry Washington , Christopher Plummer , Michelle Williams , Daniel Kaluuya , Alfred Molina , Claire Foy , Alison Brie , Gary Oldman , Allison Janney , Hugh Jackman , Laurie Metcalf , Helen Mirren , Rachel Brosnahan , Guillermo del Toro
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Beverly Hills, Calif., 7 January 2018

1. Pull out from Golden Globes sign

2. Allison Janney posing for photographers

3. Director Guillermo del Toro talking with actor Christopher Plummer

4. Close shot of actress Kerry Washington posing for photographers

5. Daniel Kaluuya posing for photos

6. Wide of Claire Foy and Matt Smith talking with reporter

7. Medium shot of actress Helen Mirren

8. Alison Brie and Dave Franco pose for photos

9. Pull out on actress Michelle Williams and activist Tarana Burke posing for photographers

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Michelle Williams, actress:

"I so much want to listen. This is a woman who has been on the ground for two decades doing the kind of work that we are all just now catching onto."

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Laurie Metcalf, Actress:

"I am really thrilled that I get to be here at sort of the launch of 'Time's Up' movement. And to feel the momentum of it starting and look around in solidarity to everybody representing this industry but hopefully across the county also."

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel Brosnahan, actress:

"I would have worn a sweatshirt if it meant I was here in black standing in solidarity with all of the women here, women across industries. It was the easiest decision I've ever made and I am grateful to the leaders of our industry who started this inititive and who have been so inclusive."

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Claire Foy, Actress:

"It is a statement and a stand in solidarity with lots of women around the world, most women actually, as we're half of the human race, who have been subjected to sexual harrassment or violence or abuse in any way at all.''

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Guillermo del Toro, director:

"Symbols are important. Gestures are important. Some of them are big. Some of them are small. But all of them matter."

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Alison Brie, Actress:

"You just realize how powerful we all can be when we stand together."

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Kerry Washington, Actress:

"I'm so glad we're here. You know? I'm so glad we did dress up and show up. Because a lot of us have worked so hard to have this seat at the table. And to be, kind of, the powerful forces that they are in the industry. And we shouldn't have to give up that voice, give up that platform, give up that seat at the table because of bad behavior."

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Hugh Jackman, Actor:

"It is the right time. It should have happened years and years and years ago. This should be a no-brainer. This shouldn't have to be written down but, clearly it has to be. And now it's time to take concrete action and make sure things change forever."

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Alfred Molina, Actor

"These aren't odd little anomalies. This is an institutionalized trend in our industry. And not just our industry. In lots of other industries."

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Allison Janney, actress

"Those abuses of power have been around since, forever. I don't think they will ever go away. But I think if people are held accountable for them and we don't tolerate them anymore, there are repercussions for them, then hallelujah! Let's do that. I just think it's time to put that away."

20. Close of actor Hugh Jackman on the red carpet

21. Medium shot actor Gary Oldman walks the red carpet

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US Golden Globes Preview
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Summary: Chefs and florist preview the menu and decor for the Golden Globe Awards
Story No: 4130836
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 14/12/2017 22:43 PM
People: Seth Meyers
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A SPECIAL MENU FOR GOLDEN GLOBES' DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY

Celebrities attending the Golden Globe Awards next month will get a special menu celebrating the event's 75th anniversary.

That's according to Beverly Hilton executive chef Alberico Nunziata. He coordinated the food planned for the high-profile event and offered a preview to the media at the hotel on Thursday (14 DECEMBER) in Beverly Hills, California.

"This is the year of the years. This is the 75th Golden Globes. And we were looking to make a super special event," Nunziata said. "Because it's already a very special event. And we've got to stand out with our food too. We've got to make ourselves to shine too. And we decided to shine with colors, fun and happiness. I was thinking when I was creating the menu, there is so much people from all over the world, what makes them happy? And at the end, I heard Italian food makes people happy. Let's do a menu that is totally from where I come from and realize an Italian menu. A lot of ingredients are flying actually straight from Italy."

Attendees will eat risotto made with beets and Chilean sea bass for the entree, and end their night with a unique chocolate concoction that includes Frangelico crème brûlée, white chocolate mousse and hazelnuts.

Beverly Hilton executive pastry chef Thomas Henzi says that surprisingly, the Hollywood types do end up eating those sweets before the night is through.

"The desserts do you get eaten. The celebrities, they diet before the event. So they look great. But it's a party. The Golden Globes is a happy, fun event. They come and they just have fun and they'll eat. So I'm very happy about that," he said.

Florist Mark Held says his red-and-gold rose centerpieces represent the red carpet and the Golden Globes.

"On our centerpieces, we have trimmed all our centerpieces with diamonds to kind of represent the diamond anniversary. So I think we kind of got everything into the centerpiece. And we really worked hard on it, because we really wanted to express this is being a very special year," he said.

Seth Meyers is hosting the Globes, set to air live on NBC on 7 January.

Beverly Hills, California, 14 December 2017

1. Wide table with preview place setting for Golden Globe Awards dinner

2. Medium risotto to be served at Globes

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Alberico Nunziata, Beverly Hilton executive chef: "This is the year of the years. This is the 75th Golden Globes. And we were looking to make a super special event. Because it's already a very special event. And we've got to stand out with our food too. We've got to make ourselves to shine too. And we decided to shine with colors, fun and happiness. I was thinking when I was creating the menu, there is so much people from all over the world, what makes them happy? And at the end, I heard Italian food makes people happy. Let's do a menu that is totally from where I come from and realize an Italian menu. A lot of ingredients are flying actually straight from Italy."

4. Medium Chilean sea bass plate

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Alberico Nunziata, Beverly Hilton executive chef: "For the entrée, we have an amazing risotto made with beets, because we want a little bit hearty flavor. And a sweet Parmesan cheese that will be all inside – amazing, yummy, super cheesy, great. And it will be served with a Chilean sea bass that will be topped with a tapenade of olives that we give a little kick, a little spice inside. It will be a nice harmony, a nice flavor, and it will be a lot of fun with colors."

6. Various of Champagne bottles

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Alberico Nunziata, Beverly Hilton executive chef: "I come from south Italy farm, I grew up. You see people that you always watch on TV – it's very, something that makes you a lot of pressure. It needs to be something cool, it needs to be something nice, something so good that they have to remember about you."

8. Wide executive pastry chef Thomas Henzi adds chocolate sauce to dessert

9. Close dessert

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Henzi, Beverly Hilton executive pastry chef: "It's called effendi, it's an Italian inspired dessert after our chef, Alberico Nunziata. And we brought in a lot of ingredients from Italy. I have chocolate that we brought in – about 300 pounds -- to do this dessert. I have a Frangelico crème brûlée inside, as well as a white chocolate mousse."

11. Close of dessert

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Henzi, Beverly Hilton executive pastry chef: "The desserts do you get eaten. The celebrities, they diet before the event. So they look great. But it's a party. The Golden Globes is a happy, fun event. They come and they just have fun and they'll eat. So I'm very happy about that."

13. Wide Mark Held talks with reporter

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Held, Florist: "It's kind of huge, actually, when you think about it. And I think the Hollywood Foreign Press is really going all out this year. I think it's going to be like a really banner year. It's a huge deal -- the diamond anniversary."

15. Various of centerpiece

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Held, Florist: "OK, well this year we are doing red and gold. Red to kind of symbolize the red carpet, which is a huge part of the evening, and the gold to symbolize the award itself, which is gold – and the Golden Globes. And on our centerpieces, we have trimmed all our centerpieces with diamonds to kind of represent the diamond anniversary. So I think we kind of got everything into the centerpiece. And we really worked hard on it, because we really wanted to express this is being a very special year."

17. Various centerpiece and roses on display

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US Jamie Chung
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Summary: Actress Jamie Chung designed signature cocktail for Golden Globe Awards
Story No: 4130824
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 14/12/2017 20:38 PM
People: Jamie Chung , Seth Meyers
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ACTRESS JAMIE CHUNG'S CHAMPAGNE SABER FAIL

Actress Jamie Chung says she helped create the signature cocktail being served at next month's Golden Globe Awards.

And while it includes Champagne, Chung says she won't be doing any saber openings of bottles anytime again soon.

"I learned how to saber a champagne bottle. I think this is a reason why we're not doing it here, because it can get a little dangerous. But if you do it for the right amount of pressure, the cork and the glass – the lip of the glass comes off pretty neatly. Like it's a clean saber. But if you do it too hard – and that's what happened on my third bottle of Champagne – I got a little too aggressive and too cocky. And it broke the bottle in half. And that becomes a mess and a nightmare, and very dangerous," she said. "I mean, maybe that's the reason why by bottle three it was a total failure, but it is really fun to do. It's quite the party trick."

Chung was at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Thursday (14 DECEMBER) promoting the Globes and her cocktail, which mixes tequila with Moet and Chandon. The 34-year-old actress, now working on the TV series "The Gifted" and "Big Hero 6," will be attending the Globes for the first time next month.

"All of our friends who are thankfully working and lucky enough to be working – everyone is out of town. So the Golden Globes is the first party that we get to see each other at. And it's just a wonderful reunion. But this year, being the 7th year, the cocktail that I made is called the Moet 75. So it's going to be great. I know. But now I get to go this year, so I'm so excited," she said.

Seth Meyers is hosting the Globes, set to air live on NBC on 7 January.

Beverly Hills, California, 14 December 2017

1. Medium Golden Globes signature cocktail with Moet Champagne bottles

2. Close cocktail

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jamie Chung, Actress: "Moet asked me to make their signature drink for the Golden Globes 75th anniversary, so it's kind of a big deal. And I was so honored. It's one of my favorite Champagnes, Moet. But also, I get to make a cocktail, so I get to include tequila in the drink. And it goes so beautifully with the Moet and Chandon Imperial. So the ingredients include fresh-squeezed blood orange juice, a drizzle of organic honey. You shake those two together in a shaker with some ice, to make sure it's really cold. You pour that in. This is neat, so there's no ice in this drink. And then you top it off with a Moet and Chandon Imperial. And it's delicious."

4. Wide Champagne bottles on ice

5. Close Moet label

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jamie Chung, Actress: "I learned how to saber a champagne bottle. I think this is a reason why we're not doing it here, because it can get a little dangerous. But if you do it for the right amount of pressure, the cork and the glass – the lip of the glass comes off pretty neatly. Like it's a clean saber. But if you do it too hard – and that's what happened on my third bottle of Champagne – I got a little too aggressive and too cocky. And it broke the bottle in half. And that becomes a mess and a nightmare, and very dangerous."

(Reporter: "You should not saber after you've been drinking."

Chung: "I mean, maybe that's the reason why by bottle three it was a total failure, but it is really fun to do. It's quite the party trick."

7. Close bottle and cocktail

8. Medium cocktails zoom to wide cocktails and bottles

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Jamie Chung, Actress: "All of our friends who are thankfully working and lucky enough to be working – everyone is out of town. So the Golden Globes is the first party that we get to see each other at. And it's just a wonderful reunion. But this year, being the 7th year, the cocktail that I made is called the Moet 75. So it's going to be great. I know. But now I get to go this year, so I'm so excited."

10. Various Champagne bottles

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US Golden Globe Noms Pt 1
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Summary: First round of Golden Globe nominees announced, including Best TV Series, Comedy and Best Screenplay, Motion Picture
Story No: 4130175
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 11/12/2017 13:27 PM
People: Christopher Plummer , Guillermo del Toro , Harvey Weinstein , Kevin Spacey , Ridley Scott
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'SHAPE OF WATER,' 'BIG LITTLE LIES' LEAD GOLDEN GLOBES

Guillermo del Toro's Cold War-era fairytale "The Shape of Water" swam away with a leading seven nominations from the Golden Globes, while the HBO drama "Big Little Lies" led the television nominees with six nods.

The nominees for best picture drama are: "Call Me By Your Name," ''Dunkirk," ''The Post," The Shape of Water" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."

The nominees for best picture comedy or musical are: "The Disaster Artist," ''Get Out," ''Lady Bird," ''The Greatest Showman," and "I, Tonya."

The Globes are the most prominent platform yet in Hollywood's awards season to confront the post-Harvey Weinstein landscape. Among the supporting actor nominees is Christopher Plummer, who has replaced Kevin Spacey in Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World." Scott, too, was nominated for best director.

POOL

Los Angeles, 11 December 2017

1. Announcement - Best Actor in a Limited-Series or TV Movie

2. Announcement - Best TV Movie or Limited-Series

3. Best Original Score – Motion Picture

4. Announcement - Best TV Series, Comedy

5. Announcement - Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited-Series, or TV Movie

6. Announcement - Best Foreign Language Film

7. Announcement - Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited-Series or TV Movie

8. Announcement - Best Actress in a Limited-Series or TV Movie

9. Announcement - Best Animated Feature Film

10. Announcement - Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy

11. Announcement - Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy

12. Announcement - Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

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US Golden Globe Noms Pt 2
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Summary: Second round of Golden Globe nominees announced, including Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama and Best Motion Picture, Drama
Story No: 4130186
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 11/12/2017 13:51 PM
People: Ridley Scott , Harvey Weinstein , Kevin Spacey , Guillermo del Toro , Christopher Plummer
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'SHAPE OF WATER,' 'BIG LITTLE LIES' LEAD GOLDEN GLOBES

Guillermo del Toro's Cold War-era fairytale "The Shape of Water" swam away with a leading seven nominations from the Golden Globes, while the HBO drama "Big Little Lies" led the television nominees with six nods.

The nominees for best picture drama are: "Call Me By Your Name," ''Dunkirk," ''The Post," The Shape of Water" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."

The nominees for best picture comedy or musical are: "The Disaster Artist," ''Get Out," ''Lady Bird," ''The Greatest Showman," and "I, Tonya."

The Globes are the most prominent platform yet in Hollywood's awards season to confront the post-Harvey Weinstein landscape. Among the supporting actor nominees is Christopher Plummer, who has replaced Kevin Spacey in Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World." Scott, too, was nominated for best director.

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Los Angeles, 11 December 2017

1. Announcement - Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama

2. Announcement - Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy

3. Announcement - Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture

4. Announcement - Best TV Series, Drama

5. Announcement - Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

6. Announcement - Best Original Song – Motion Picture

7. Announcement - Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama

8. Announcement - Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy

9. Announcement - Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

10. Announcement - Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy

11. Announcement - Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama

12. Announcement - Best Director – Motion Picture

13. Announcement - Best Motion Picture, Drama

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US Globes Backstage 5
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Summary: Ryan Gosling talks champagne, 'Moonlight' director talks Trump backstage at Golden Globes
Story No: 4074895
Source: AP Entertainment
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/01/2017 06:54 AM
People: Ryan Gosling , Damien Chazelle , Barry Jenkins
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RYAN GOSLING TALKS CHAMPAGNE, 'MOONLIGHT' DIRECTOR TALKS TRUMP BACKSTAGE AT GOLDEN GLOBES

Ryan Gosling admitted to feeling a little tipsy at the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night.

The Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy winner said he'd "had too much champagne" to answer a question from a reporter backstage at the event in Beverly Hills.

Gosling's "La La Land" director Damien Chazelle was a little more composed however, calling his own win in the Best Director of a Motion Picture category "incredible."

Chazelle is the youngest director to win a Globe and said he "still processing" the achievement.

"This is my first time ever at the Golden Globes. I assume it doesn't always go this way so I'm not going to get used to it so I was just so honored to be here at all," he said.

Another big winner on the night was director Barry Jenkins, whose tender coming of age drama "Moonlight" was named Best Motion Picture - Drama.

"I think the movie touches people because they see the authenticity that we put into it. We weren't trying to do anything but tell our story. I think people respect that because often you try to tell a story that you believe someone is going to be willing to pay to hear that was not our goal," he said.

Beverly Hills, Calif., 8 Jan. 2017

1. Wide of the cast of 'La La Land' walking out

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Ryan Gosling/Actor:

"I've had too much champagne to answer that question. Emma?"

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Damien Chazelle/Director, 'La La Land' - on being the youngest director to have won a Golden Globe:

"Well, now that you say that it feels - it feels, um, incredible. I'm not sure I mean I think I'm still processing. This is my first time ever at the Golden Globes. I assume it doesn't always go this way so I'm not going to get used to it so I was just so honored to be here at all."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Barry Jenkins/Director, 'Moonlight':

"I think the movie touches people because they see the authenticity that we put into it. We weren't trying to do anything but tell our story. I think people respect that because often you try to tell a story that you believe someone is going to be willing to pay to hear that was not our goal. Our goal was to just speak truth to Tarell's (playwright Tarell McCraney) experience and my experience. I think in doing that you can go to Kathmandu, you know, or I can say I've been to you can go to London or Rome or Toronto or Telluride, these places so far removed, or the HFPA, to Philippines, to Russia, you know all these different places and people respect the fact that, 'Oh, no, I'm not trying to make a story that relates to you and your place. I'm just telling a story about my place right here, right now.' And I think we need more of that as we move into the next four years of life on this planet."

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Barry Jenkins/Director, 'Moonlight':

"I see what you're saying but, man, there are people who are - my chest is vibrating right now because my phone is buzzing on Twitter, on Instagram, people who have seen this film three times, four times. Not as escapism but- as realism. They want to go into the cinema and see something real reflected. All these films they pre-date, no one could have anticipated that we would be sitting on the president-elect that we have coming into office in the next 12, 13 days, however we all made these films because we felt something was lacking in the soil at the root. These stories hadn't been told. I don't know if it was these stories were coming together at the same time but we're here now and we have to keep telling these stories very truthfully and honestly. We have to give people these things to escape to, not for escapism but for things they can run to to reaffirm that - not that all lives matter - I don't want to step into that but if you feel something and you want to speak it and someone there will be there to hear your truth. I think that's been the experience of 'Moonlight' so far."

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Date: 09/01/2017 06:06 AM
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MICHAEL KEATON, GAEL GARCIA BERNAL, ISSA RAE, MORE DISCUSS THE NEXT STEPS TOWARD GREATER DIVERSITY IN HOLLYWOOD

For the stars at the Golden Globe Awards, the steps to a more diverse and inclusive film and television industry are going in the right direction.

"We have to keep the conversation going. We have to all be fighting for the thing, not just responding to the injustice, we have to always be pushing forward," said actor Andrew Garfield. "There's amazing things happening that I'm witnessing within the Academy, within the Golden Globes, it's a very exciting time."

Michael Keaton echoed his sentiments.

"It's more representative now about what the world really looks like. That's what the whole world looks like, you know. And so it's becoming more and more accurate. I mean, movies like 'Moonlight' are so… that's such an elegant movie," he said.

"Whenever I think about that, most of these films started a few years ago – 4 years ago, 5 years ago – not as a response to what happened last year but as a response to the lack of these voices," said "Moonlight"'s director Barry Jenkins, referring to the "Oscars-so-white" controversy in 2016. "I think I have no doubt that next year we'll be here this time of year and it'll be the same thing. And we're not going away."

For Tom Hiddleston, the key lies in storytelling and funding.

"We keep telling stories, different kinds of stories featuring different kinds of people with different kinds of struggles, and I think that diversity should be celebrated, rewarded. The British Film Institute, the BFI, actually just came up with a BFI diversity standard, so if you apply for BFI funding, the project has to meet the criteria which match their diversity standard. Which I think is excellent. So it's things like that and we just keep going," he said.

Actress Issa Rae says support for filmmakers is vital.

"I think just by continuing to support filmmakers of color by some more important women, you know, Ava DuVernay and – from "American Horror Story," why am I blanking on his name? – but they've made a cause… Ryan Murphy. They've made a pledge to employ more female directors, more directors of color and already that's a huge step in the right direction," she explained.

"And I feel like networks are really discovering that, 'yes, diversity or inclusive just sells and just to continue that and not make it a trend is important."

Beverly Hills, California, 8 January 2017

1. Medium fashion shot Issa Rae

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Issa Rae, actress:

"I think just by continuing to support filmmakers of color by some more important women, you know, Ava DuVernay and – from "American Horror Story," why am I blanking on his name? – but they've made a cause… Ryan Murphy. They've made a pledge to employ more female directors, more directors of color and already that's a huge step in the right direction. And I feel like networks are really discovering that, 'yes, diversity or inclusive just sells and just to continue that and not make it a trend is important."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrew Garfield, actor:

"Awareness, communication. We have to keep the conversation going. We have to all be fighting for the thing, not just responding to the injustice, we have to always be pushing forward. So yeah, I mean like, there's amazing things happening that I'm witnessing within the Academy, within the Golden Globes, it's a very exciting time."

4. Medium of Luke Bracey

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Luke Bracey, actor:

"Giving opportunities to these stories. You know, not every movie has to be about a guy in spandex. I think the beautiful thing about movies and television is that you can really explore so many different areas of life and human nature and everything like that. So if we keep keeping our minds open in terms of interesting stories and characters and ideas, I think that will keep us in good stead."

6. Medium of Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gael Garcia Bernal, actor:

"From where I work, you know, from Mexico or Latin America or other parts… we just have to keep on doing good films and if in the United States these get picked up and they get a little bit of attention well, it's great. But at the same time it's something that is not in our hands. We need to just make good films. Good films, good TV, good whatever TV is now because it's not like proper TV, it's like something different. So we just need to keep on doing stuff and hopefully the, also the whole attention will catch up as well. Because not long ago, the films would have been seen more. Films in another language would have been seen more in the United States. And it's crazy that in Spanish, well Spanish is not anymore a foreign language of the United States, it should be even more, you know like, we should come out with these films even more here."

8. Medium fashion shot of Susan Kelechi Watson

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Susan Kelechi Watson, actress:

"Oh man, I think just the more we continue to open our minds to what television can be. You know, the scope of who we are, the scope of the American landscape, it can't help but be diverse. So I think it's time to just really fully embrace that, for it not to be so much of like, 'wow, things are diverse,' but for it to be, for us to kind of continually say, 'wow, this is a reflection of us, of who we are.'"

10. Medium of Pablo Larrain and Barry Jenkins

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Barry Jenkins, director:

"Whenever I think about that, most of these films started a few years ago – 4 years ago, 5 years ago – not as a response to what happened last year but as a response to the lack of these voices. And I think I have no doubt that next year we'll be here this time of year and it'll be the same thing. And we're not going away."

12. Medium of Caitriona Balfe speaking to reporter

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Caitriona Balfe, actress:

"Well I think it all starts behind the camera. You know, we need more, just a better representation of writers, directors, producers, and when you have that you'll see more relevant material that represents everybody."

14. Medium of Tom Ford

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Ford, director/fashion designer:

"Well I think we just have to look at the world as a diverse place and we have to represent that."

(Reporter: And what do you do in your world? How do you go about addressing that?)

"Well, I don't know, I mean as a fashion designer I have used models of all races ever since the beginning of my career and I always try to think about that and I don't actually see color, I have to tell you, I see beauty, intelligence – or lack of intelligence or lack of beauty – whatever color someone is."

16. Medium Michael Keaton

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Keaton, actor:

"Oh you know I think it's been going more than a lot of people think in little pockets, now there's more of an awareness, but also it represents more about, it's more representative now about what the world really looks like. That's what the whole world looks like, you know. And so it's becoming more and more accurate. I mean, movies like 'Moonlight' are so… that's such an elegant movie."

18. Medium Tom Hiddleston

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hiddleston, actor:

"Just keep going. As you say, we keep going, we keep telling stories, different kinds of stories featuring different kinds of people with different kinds of struggles, and I think that diversity should be celebrated, rewarded. The British Film Institute, the BFI, actually just came up with a BFI diversity standard, so if you apply for BFI funding, the project has to meet the criteria which match their diversity standard. Which I think is excellent. So it's things like that and we just keep going."

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Date: 09/01/2017 06:03 AM
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STARS AT GOLDEN GLOBES HAPPY TO TALK FASHION

Stars at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (8 January 2017) were more than happy to talk about their fashion choices -- but also embraced a two-year-old campaign dubbed "ask her more" to encourage red carpet questions to women about more substantive issues.

"Moonlight" actress Naomie Harris wore a custom silver gown from Armani Prive to the event in Beverly Hills, California.

"I didn't even choose it. They designed it especially for me. Which is amazing," she said.

"Insecure" creator and star Issa Rae wore a custom Christian Siriano dress.

"I'm really excited that he took time out of his busy schedule to think of little old me," she said.

"Veep" actress Anna Chlumsky said she's a fashion fan.

"I don't want to step on anybody's toes. But it never bothers me to talk about it, because I'm like really obsessed with fashion. Like, it's ridiculous. I look on Vogue runway and always look at the shows. That's my own thing – it's like Barbies for grown-ups, right? So that's my thing. But certainly if people don't want to answer a certain question, they shouldn't feel like they have to," she said.

"Transparent" star Judith Light was more than happy to talk fashion on the red carpet.

"I am not offended when people ask me about fashion – at all. There have been a lot of people who have worked very hard to put me together today," she said. "And I have no problem talking about fashion. It's not the only thing I want to talk about. I want to talk about the depth and the substance of a show like 'Transparent' and that we're nominated tonight at the Golden Globes and that Jeffrey Tambor is nominated. But what I'm wearing is Balmain."

"Outlander" actress Caitriona Balfe wore Delpozo and said she supported the push to "ask her more."

"It's nice that we get to dress up in beautiful clothes. And it's a nice symbiotic relationship between entertainment and fashion, but it's not the only thing that we are about. So yeah, it's nice that we get asked other things," she said.

And as for fashion designer-turned-film director Tom Ford, he was happy to focus on both film and clothes at Sunday's event.

"I would like to say that I only have my mind on film. However, yes, of course – I'm looking at all these people beautifully dressed and of course, one eye is on fashion," he said.

Beverly Hills, California, 8 January 2017

1. Wide Naomie Harris

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Naomie Harris, actress:

"Custom Armani Prive. Thank you."

(Reporter: "Why did you choose it?")

"Well, they made it for me, actually. So I didn't even choose it. They designed it especially for me. Which is amazing."

3. Medium tilt down Issa Rae

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Issa Rae, writer/actress:

"I'm wearing Christian Siriano. He designed this mess – this dress – custom-made. So I'm really excited that he took time out of his busy schedule to think of little old me."

5. Medium fashion tilt down Anna Chlumsky

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Anna Chlumsky, actress:

"I don't want to step on anybody's toes. But it never bothers me to talk about it, because I'm like really obsessed with fashion. Like, it's ridiculous. I look on Vogue runway and always look at the shows. That's my own thing – it's like Barbies for grown-ups, right? So that's my thing. But certainly if people don't want to answer a certain question, they shouldn't feel like they have to."

7. Medium Claire Foy

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Claire Foy, actress:

"This is Erdem. And I love him and I love this dress. So I feel very, very grateful to him for making it for me."

9. Medium tilt up Judith Light

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Judith Light, actress:

"I am not offended when people ask me about fashion – at all. There have been a lot of people who have worked very hard to put me together today. And I have no problem talking about fashion. It's not the only thing I want to talk about. I want to talk about the depth and the substance of a show like 'Transparent' and that we're nominated tonight at the Golden Globes and that Jeffrey Tambor is nominated. But what I'm wearing is Balmain."

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Caitriona Balfe, actress:

"This is Delpozo I just love that it is different. I love that what he does anyway. He's usually very architectural. So yeah, it was just cool."

12. Medium Balfe talks with reporter

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Caitriona Balfe, actress:

"It's nice that we get to dress up in beautiful clothes. And it's a nice symbiotic relationship between entertainment and fashion, but it's not the only thing that we are about. So yeah, it's nice that we get asked other things."

14. Medium Tom Ford poses for photographers

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Ford, director/fashion designer:

"I would like to say that I only have my mind on film. However, yes, of course – I'm looking at all these people beautifully dressed and of course, one eye is on fashion."

16. Medium zoom to wide Gina Rodriguez

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Gina Rodriguez, actress:

"Yeah, Naeem Khan. I love you Lauren Rodriguez, my amazing stylist. And Paul and Clarissa, my entire team is really awesome because otherwise I would probably be in like workout clothes."

18. Medium Tom Hiddleston poses for photographers

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hiddleston, actor:

"I do. It took me a while to enjoy it, I suppose. But yes, I do. It's such a fun way to engage with these things. So, yeah."

20. Wide Golden Globes red carpet

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GARFIELD TALKS DIRECTING, HUPPERT ON TAKING RISKS, AS STARS ARRIVE TO THE GOLDEN GLOBES

Hugh Grant won his last Golden Globe in 1995 for "Four Weddings and a Funeral." While arriving to Sunday's award show, the British actor joked that much has changed since then.

"The Golden Globes has changed quite a lot since I came in the mid-90s when it was really I think it was just on cable TV if anything at all and everyone just got drunk. And tonight I think I'm the only drunk person here. I'm so drunk I can hardly see you," Grant teased.

Ryan Reynolds' R-rated superhero romp "Deadpool" scored two surprise nominations, including best actor and film, comedy or musical.

"Yeah, it's kind of a unique situation that like the movie is being recognized this way. So I don't feel like I'm caring a genre on my shoulder. 'Deadpool' is its own thing. I'm just proud. I'm really proud of the guys that worked so hard on it. Oh Emma Watts! Emma Watts, who also worked on 'Deadpool.' Yeah, we're just excited."

As for the film's highly-anticipated sequel?

"Just that we're working around the clock on it right now," was all he would reveal.

Luke Bracey, who stars in Mel Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge," was pleased to see his fellow Australians representing at the Golden Globes. Gibson was up for best director and Joel Edgerton and Nicole Kidman were nominated for acting awards.

"It's always nice when you're halfway around the world from home. It's always nice to hear a familiar accent, you know, and kind of people knowing the places you come from. And this is a very different place. We might speak the same language and it might not be so far away, but this town of Hollywood is a very, very kind of weird and strange place to get used to. I don't think you ever quite do. So it's nice to have some people that kind of understand what you're going through," he said.

"Silence" and "Hacksaw Ridge" star Andrew Garfield expressed his interest in stepping behind the camera, but said working with veterans like Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson gave him second thoughts.

"Well it showed me that I have no idea what I'm doing in that regard. I wouldn't have any idea because they are two masters that I worked with and they kind of revealed to me that maybe I should not do it just because you know they're out there already. But you know what, if there's a story that comes along that I feel passionate about telling and seeing through from beginning to end and you know taking that kind of risk then I'll go for it. I'll absolutely go for it," he said.

Actress Claire Foy, who took home the Golden Globe for her work on the British drama "The Crown," said she was ready to make her exit from the popular series after just two seasons.

"Yeah, that's always been the plan - that we just do two season with this cast and then it's recast. I think it's really exciting. It's never been done before. I think it's a real adventure and the whole idea of this program is to make television in a different way and I think they've done that and I think they're going to continue to do it. I think it's really exciting," she said.

But Foy admitted that it will not be easy to say goodbye.

"I'm never ready. I'll be so distraught. I know I will. But things like this are lovely because you just got to really celebrate the fact that you were in something and I will love it until my dying day," Foy said.

Before winning a best actress trophy, French star Isabelle Huppert discussed her thriller, "Elle," about a businesswoman who was raped and plans revenge against her attacker.

"No, it never feels risky to me to do these kind of roles. First of all, I do believe that those are the easiest roles for me to do because they are so complex and so multiple and that's so real. So I think it's easier to express some kind of strong reality to a human being than to make it up. I've had a very hard time to make something that isn't real and honest," she said.

"Elle" also won the best foreign language film award Sunday.

"Elle" was up against German nominee "Toni Erdmann." Director Maren Ade said she was pleased with her film's reception in the United States.

"I mean we attended some screenings or Q and A's and I think yeah, it was the people laugh. They were happy about it. It's a mixture between a drama and comedy and so I think it was a good reception or similar," she said.

"Moonlight" actress Naomie Harris was having a ball on the red carpet with her mom.

"I'm having the best time! I'm enjoying it so much. I'm here with my mom. That's my mom over there. She looks like 12-years-old," she joked.

Colin Farrell also took his mom as his date to the Golden Globes.

"It's fun. Yeah, I've got a hot date on me arm. It's fun! Yeah, yeah."

Farrell - who was nominated for his role in "The Lobster" - did not go home a winner Sunday. "La La Land" star Ryan Gosling took the trophy for best actor.

Damien Chazelle's bright-hued Los Angeles musical dominated the ceremony with seven awards — a Golden Globes record — including best motion picture, comedy or musical, further cementing its Oscar favorite status.

Beverly Hills, Calif., 8 Jan. 2016

1. Zoom out on Ryan Reynolds

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Ryan Reynolds, actor - on his comic book-inspired film receiving a best picture nomination:

"Yeah, it's kind of a unique situation that like the movie is being recognized this way. So I don't feel like I'm caring a genre on my shoulder. 'Deadpool' is its own thing. I'm just proud. I'm really proud of the guys that worked so hard on it. Oh Emma Watts! Emma Watts, who also worked on 'Deadpool.' Yeah, we're just excited."

Reporter: "What can you tell us about the sequel?"

Ryan Reynolds: "Just that we're working around the clock on it right now."

3. Zoom out on Hugh Grant and wife Anna Elisabet Eberstein

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Hugh Grant, actor:

"The Golden Globes has changed quite a lot since I came in the mid-90s when it was really I think it was just on cable TV if anything at all and everyone just got drunk. And tonight I think I'm the only drunk person here. I'm so drunk I can hardly see you."

5. Medium of Luke Bracey posing for photos

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Luke Bracey, actor - on the Globes' Australian nominees:

"It's always nice when you're halfway around the world from home. It's always nice to hear a familiar accent, you know, and kind of people knowing the places you come from. And this is a very different place. We might speak the same language and it might not be so far away, but this town of Hollywood is a very, very kind of weird and strange place to get used to. I don't think you ever quite do. So it's nice to have some people that kind of understand what you're going through."

7. Wide of Andrew Garfield posing for photos

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrew Garfield, actor - on wanting to direct, learning from Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson:

"Well it showed me that I have no idea what I'm doing in that regard. I wouldn't have any idea because they are two masters that I worked with and they kind of revealed to me that maybe I should not do it just because you know they're out there already. But you know what, if there's a story that comes along that I feel passionate about telling and seeing through from beginning to end and you know taking that kind of risk then I'll go for it. I'll absolutely go for it."

9. Fashion shot of Claire Foy

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Claire Foy, actress - on her final season on "The Crown":

"Yeah, that's always been the plan - that we just do two seasons with this cast and then it's recast. I think it's really exciting. It's never been done before. I think it's a real adventure and the whole idea of this program is to make television in a different way and I think they've done that and I think they're going to continue to do it. I think it's really exciting."

Reporter: "So are you ready to say farewell to 'The Crown?'"

Claire Foy: "I'm never ready. I'll be so distraught. I know I will. But things like this are lovely because you just got to really celebrate the fact that you were in something and I will love it until my dying day."

11. Tilt down on Isabelle Huppert

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Isabelle Huppert, actress:

"No, it never feels risky to me to do these kind of roles. First of all, I do believe that those are the easiest roles for me to do because they are so complex and so multiple and that's so real. So I think it's easier to express some kind of strong reality to a human being than to make it up. I've had a very hard time to make something that isn't real and honest."

13. Tilt down on Naomie Harris

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Naomie Harris, actress:

"I'm having the best time! I'm enjoying it so much. I'm here with my mom. That's my mom over there. She looks like 12-years-old."

Naomie Harris' mother: "Hello!"

Reporter: "How proud are you?"

Naomie Harris' mother: "Oh I'm so proud. So proud."

Naomie Harris: "It's so much fun. It's really fun!"

15. Colin Farrell poses with his mom

16. Reporter: "Tell us how exciting all this is this year."

SOUNDBITE (English) Colin Farrell, actor: "It's fun. Yeah, I've got a hot date on me arm. It's fun! Yeah, yeah."

Reporter: "Does this feel like the little film that could?"

Colin Farrell: "Do you know what? A24 did an amazing job. They came in late in the day and took over distribution of the film. They did an extraordinary job at kind of helping her find an audience so I'm grateful for that."

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Maren Ade, director - on the reception of "Toni Erdmann" in the U.S. v. Germany:

"I mean we attended some screenings or Q and A's and I think yeah, it was the people laugh. They were happy about it. It's a mixture between a drama and comedy and so I think it was a good reception or similar."

18. Wide of Globes red carpet

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SOME GLOBES STARS PLAN TO WATCH THE INAUGURATION, MICHAEL KEATON DOES NOT

"Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins and "Black-ish" actor Anthony Anderson definitely plan to watch the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump on January 20. However, Michael Keaton absolutely won't. Why? "One word, 'birther,'" he said, referring to the controversial "birther" movement which saw Trump and others call for president Obama to prove that the US was his place of birth.

Other stars will try to watch Trump become president. British actor Andrew Garfield will be in the UK but said he'll do his best to watch. During this past US presidential election, celebrities have increased their interests in activism but Garfield doesn't agree it should only be left to the stars. He thinks "activism is more important than ever" and that people should continue to fight non-violently for what they believe.

"I think we have to mobilize more than ever against the things that don't feel right to our souls - whether you are a celebrity or not. I don't think that word really comes into it but I think now is the time to fight for what we all believe in," he said. "There's a lot of healing that needs to happen right now."

"The Big Bang Theory's" Simon Helberg joked he plans to watch, medicated. "With a barf bag and some Klonopin," he answered.

The day after the inauguration, activists have planned a women's march in Washington D.C. They want to send a message to the new administration on the day after the inauguration, "that women's rights are human rights." The head of logistics for the march is lead by Janaye Ingram.

"Transparent's" Judith Light wishes she could be part of the march but is stuck in LA rehearsing for a play. She became emotional explaining the significance of the march.

"I know this woman's march," she said. "I cannot get there but I would be there in a heartbeat. But my heart will be with everyone of those women that is marching in Washington (gets emotional). No, it's important. It's important, it's saying what we can do and who we are and how we can make a difference in the world."

"Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins plans to watch.

"As an American citizen, someone who lives in this country, I am absolutely going to watch," he said. "I mean we'll see what comes over the next four years but we can't deny that the next four years are coming."

"Outlander" star Caitriona Balfe plans to join a women's march taking place in London.

"You know I think that we do have to give a chance and I think everybody wants Donald Trump to succeed because if he doesn't that means America doesn't and I've lived here for 14 years and I feel very much – it's a part of me so let's be hopeful, but let's also stand our ground and make sure that we protect the rights that we should," said Balfe.

British actor Malcolm McDowell joked that he'll try to stay awake and watch.

"No I think one should – listen, support the president," he said. "One supports the office and as I'm actually English, I cannot interfere in the politics of the United States of America even though my children disagree with me. But listen, good luck to us all."

"Black-ish" actor Anthony Anderson also joked he plans to watch "the circus."

"I want to see who is going to be there. I want to see the pomp and circumstance," said Anderson. "And, but more importantly I want to see what president elect Trump is going to do for the country. I want to see what his plan and his strategy is and how is he is going to implement that and make that happen and hopefully prove everybody wrong. So I'm willing to give him a chance, I have no choice but to give him a chance, so here we are."

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Beverly Hills, Calif., 8 January 2017

1. Wide of Andrew Garfield posing for photos

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrew Garfield/Actor, on watching the inauguration:

(Reporter: Will you watch the inauguration or do you have other plans?)

Andrew Garfield/Actor:

"I'm going to be in England and I will try to watch it, yeah. I will try to watch it yeah."

(Reporter: Do you think celebrity activism is more important than ever?)

Andrew Garfield/Actor:

"I don't know I mean activism is more important than ever. I think we have to mobilize more than ever against the things that don't feel right to our souls - whether you are a celebrity or not. I don't think that word really comes into it but I think now is the time to fight for what we all believe in. Fight in a non-violent way, but with as much fierce, love and passion and deep listening to the other side as possible. There's a lot of healing that needs to happen right now."

3. Simon Helberg and his wife Jocelyn Towne pose for photographers

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Simon Helberg/Actor, on watching the inauguration:

(Reporter: Do you have any plans for the inauguration? How you'll watch, how you'll spend that weekend?)

"With a barf bag and some Klonopin."

(Reporter: There's a women's march the next day.)

Simon Helberg/Actor:

"I know."

Jocelyn Towne/Actress:

"I will be at the one in Los Angeles, yes."

(Reporter: Can you talk a little bit about why you got involved with that?)

Jocelyn Towne/Actress:

"I think for reasons that we all, or maybe not all, but many of us can relate to which is wanting to be heard and doing that in a peaceful unified way."

5. Fashion shot, Anna Chlumsky

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Anna Chlumsky/Actress, on current state of activism among stars:

"That's how you get things out there. Activism is important even though some of us are a little lazy for activism. But I don't know, I'll see how I feel that day. How grumpy I want to feel, right? That's the idea. Do I feel like smiling or not today because then that will determine whether or not you can put it on. It's always good to stay informed though, it's history."

7. Fashion shot, Judith light

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Judith Light/Actress, on wanting to attend the woman's march:

"I know this woman's march. I am here rehearsing a play right now and I cannot get there but I would be there in a heartbeat. But my heart will be with everyone of those women that is marching in Washington (gets emotional). No, it's important. It's important, it's saying what we can do and who we are and how we can make a difference in the world."

9. Directors Pablo Larrain and Barry Jenkins pose for photographers

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Barry Jenkins/Director, on watching the inauguration:

"I am going to watch. As an American citizen, someone who lives in this country, I am absolutely going to watch. I mean we'll see what comes over the next four years but we can't deny that the next four years are coming. So yes I will be watching."

10. Caitriona Balfe speaks to reporter

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Caitriona Balfe/Actress, on the woman's march taking place the day after the inauguration:

"Well I have to get on a plane tomorrow and I have to go back to the UK but there is a women's march happening on the 21st as well in London and I'm going to do my damnedest to get there. You know I think that we do have to give a chance and I think everybody wants Donald Trump to succeed because if he doesn't that means America doesn't and I've lived here for 14 years and I feel very much – it's a part of me so let's be hopeful, but let's also stand our ground and make sure that we protect the rights that we should."

12. Malcolm McDowell poses for photographers

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Bernadette Peters and Malcolm McDowell/Actors:

Bernadette Peters/Actress:

"Oh the inauguration?"

Malcolm McDowell/Actor:

"Oh - oh my God I'll try and stay awake for that if I can. No I think one should – listen, support the president. One supports the office and as I'm actually English, I cannot interfere in the politics of the United States of America even though my children disagree with me. But listen, good luck to us all."

14. Michael Keaton poses for photographers

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Keaton/Actor, on watching the inauguration:

(Reporter: Are you planning to watch the inauguration?)

Michael Keaton/Actor:

"Absolutely not. Nope."

(Reporter: What will you be doing instead?)

Michael Keaton/Actor:

"One word, 'birther.'"

16. Anthony Anderson, his son Nathan Anderson and his daughter Kya Anderson pose for photographers

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Anderson/Actor, on watching the inauguration:

"I will watch it, yeah. I will see the circus, yeah I want to see what's going to happen. I want to see who is going to be there. I want to see the pomp and circumstance. And, but more importantly I want to see what president elect Trump is going to do for the country. I want to see what his plan and his strategy is and how is he is going to implement that and make that happen and hopefully prove everybody wrong. So I'm willing to give him a chance, I have no choice but to give him a chance, so here we are."

18. Medium of Golden Globe Awards sign

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TRAVOLTA THANKS PRESS FOR GOLDEN GLOBE WIN BACKSTAGE

"The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" won a Golden Globe, so John Travolta thanked the working press backstage Sunday (8 JAN. 2017) night.

The show won best television limited series or motion picture made for television. Travolta starred as attorney Robert Shapiro.

"It's the icing on the cake, you guys are amazing," Travolta said to the media and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. "You're opinion leaders so you're approving of our series - if you hadn't given us all these wonderful nominations and acknowledged us to this depth, it would've been a disappointing year. We've been very lucky but you made the year, so thank you, thank you."

Aaron Taylor-Johnson was nominated for his first Golden Globe and won as best performance by an actor in a supporting role for the film "Nocturnal Animals." He began performing as a young child in plays like "Macbeth" and "All My Sons."

"It was my parents, I mean I found acting when I was six years old so, you know they gave me that opportunity and I ran with it and I found my passion and joy," he said. "If it wasn't for that and the fact that they nourished and encouraged me to do what I enjoy doing I wouldn't be here, so."

Just as he was wrapping up his interview backstage, Ryan Gosling won the Golden Globe for his performance in "La La Land." Watching it on a screen to the side, Taylor-Johnson said, "Oh, he's fantastic, that's brilliant."

Beverly Hills, Calif., 8 January 2017

1. UPSOUND (English) John Travolta/Actor:

"It's the icing on the cake, you guys are amazing. You're opinion leaders so you're approving of our series - if you hadn't given us all these wonderful nominations and acknowledged us to this depth, it would've been a disappointing year. We've been very lucky but you made the year, so thank you, thank you."

2. UPSOUND (English) Aaron Taylor-Johnson/Actor:

"It was my parents, I mean I found acting when I was six years old so, you know they gave me that opportunity and I ran with it and I found my passion and joy. If it wasn't for that and the fact that they nourished and encouraged me to do what I enjoy doing I wouldn't be here, so."

3. UPSOUND (English) Aaron Taylor-Johnson/Actor - on Ryan Gosling's win occurring at the same time:

"What's happened? It's exciting isn't it? Oh yeah, did you just get something? You did. Come here, I can't see that's amazing. Oh, he's fantastic, that's brilliant."

4. Wide of an animated Aaron Taylor-Johnson exiting the stage, Ryan Gosling on a screen giving his acceptance speech

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Date: 06/01/2017 08:43 AM
People: Tom Hanks , Helen Mirren , Jack Nicholson , Danny DeVito , Michael Douglas , Jane Fonda , Salma Hayek , Morgan Freeman , Dustin Hoffman , Sean Connery , Brad Pitt , Angelina Jolie , Robert Downey Jr. , Jessica Alba , Catherine Zeta-Jones , Lily Tomlin , Halle Berry , Sylvester Stallone , Javier Bardem , Penelope Cruz , Jennifer Lopez , Kathy Bates
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HEAD RUBS FROM HANKS, A TOAST WITH CONNERY FOR GOLDEN GLOBES BARTENDER

Oscar Zuleta started his Golden Globe experience with a head rub from Tom Hanks -- and hasn't looked back.

The banquets staffer at the Beverly Hilton hotel will be behind the bar in the green room on Sunday as Hollywood's finest gather for the annual ceremony. He may not have time to chat much while pouring champagne, dirty martinis and more for nominees and presenters, but Zuleta has plenty of stories to tell.

"Let me go back 24 years – the first time – that was the time I met Tom Hanks – I couldn't believe it. I started to see people coming by and I'm like 'Wow!' That was -- I was starstruck," he said.

"He came to one of the after parties on the eighth floor, in one of the suites. So I tell him Mr. Hanks, 'Thank you – congratulations for your win.' He looked at my name and he says 'Come here. Let me rub your head. I need some luck. I want all of that.' And it was a happy moment."

Some of the notable names Zuleta has served over the past two decades include Helen Mirren, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek, Morgan Freeman and Dustin Hoffman.

But Sir Sean Connery will always hold a special place in his heart.

"He did a wonderful thing. He told me with his heavy accent that his custom is not to have a drink of wine – only if the person that is serving it to him has it with him. But you know, being a worker, I'm not allowed to do that. But he insisted. And I remember the late Mr. Dick Clark was here. They talked to him and they talked to my manager. So they say well – and I had one little slip. And he say, 'Cheers, my son.' I'll never forget that," Zuleta said.

Other favorites: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and Robert Downey Jr., who always drinks ginger ale.

"We are not allowed to take pictures of the celebrities, but this very nice thing happened to me a few years back. Jessica Alba took a picture of her and me with her phone and she put it on her Instagram account," Zuleta said.

"So as the months went by, people would tell me, 'Oh – I saw you with Jessica Alba.' And I didn't even know because I am not that much of a social media guy. But I opened Instagram so I could see my -- and I looked for her page – and there I was with her. That was a neat thing."

Beverly Hills, California, 3 January 2017

1. Wide zoom to medium banquets staffer Oscar Zuleta at Beverly Hilton bar

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"In that little room, we have 40 or 50 people. And because of the space, I'm the only one who prepares the drinks. So I don't really keep track. All I know is I'm making a lot of drinks. But I don't know."

3. Medium Zuleta pours drink at bar

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"Let me go back 24 years – the first time – that was the time I met Tom Hanks – I couldn't believe it. I started to see people coming by and I'm like 'Wow!' That was -- I was starstruck."

5. Medium Zuleta at bar

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"He won for 'Philadelphia,' if I'm not mistaken, in the Golden Globes of 1995. And he came to one of the after parties on the eighth floor, in one of the suites. So I tell him Mr. Hanks, 'Thank you – congratulations for your win.' He looked at my name and he says 'Come here. Let me rub your head. I need some luck. I want all of that.' And it was a happy moment."

7. Wide Zuleta walks through hotel lobby

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"I'm going to give you just a little, because I can't recall. But one of my biggest moments – President Clinton, Sir Sean Connery, Helen Mirren, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Jane Fonda, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Lily Tomlin, Halle Berry, Sylvester Stallone, Javier Bardem, Salma Hayek, Penelope Cruz, Jennifer Lopez, Kathy Bates – the great Kathy Bates – Morgan Freeman, Dustin Hoffman. Oh my God – so many. But to me, Sean Connery has a special place in my heart. He was a wonderful person."

9. Wide Zuleta at hotel bar

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"He did a wonderful thing. He told me with his heavy accent that his custom is not to have a drink of wine – only if the person that is serving it to him has it with him. But you know, being a worker, I'm not allowed to do that. But he insisted. And I remember the late Mr. Dick Clark was here. They talked to him and they talked to my manager. So they say well – and I had one little slip. And he say, 'Cheers, my son.' I'll never forget that."

11. Medium Zuleta in soft focus at bar with glass in foreground

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"You know, everybody is nice to me, but there are people that show you like that you matter, you know. And one of them was the great Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie – one of the nicest persons with me ever. Robert Downey Jr. will always make me feel like I'm special too."

13. Medium Zuleta pours olive juice into martini glass

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Oscar Zuleta/Banquet staffer, Beverly Hilton hotel:

"We are not allowed to take pictures of the celebrities, but this very nice thing happened to me a few years back. Jessica Alba took a picture of her and me with her phone and she put it on her Instagram account. So as the months went by, people would tell me, 'Oh – I saw you with Jessica Alba.' And I didn't even know because I am not that much of a social media guy. But I opened Instagram so I could see my -- and I looked for her page – and there I was with her. That was a neat thing."

15. Wide Zuleta outside International Ballroom

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Date: 04/01/2017 22:46 PM
People: Jimmy Fallon , Mariah Carey , Justin Timberlake , Ryan Gosling , Meryl Streep , Leonardo Dicaprio , Sylvester Stallone , Hugh Grant , Julia Louis-Dreyfus
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JIMMY FALLON PREVIEWS GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

Jimmy Fallon says he's been working on his Golden Globe Awards opening segment for "months and months."

The host of "The Tonight Show" said Wednesday (4 January 2016) that he assembled a star-studded sketch segment for the kickoff of the ceremony.

"The Golden Globes have never done a sketch cold opening film piece. And we've been working on it for months and months and months. We have a lot of good cameos," Fallon said. "It's based on a film and it's good TV stars and it's musicians and it's fun. Just watch the opening. I'm really proud of it and we worked really hard on it."

Fallon talked to the media inside the under-construction International Ballroom at the Beverly Hilton hotel, which will host the Globes on Sunday (9 January 2016).

"Look at it – they're building it -- all the glitz, the glamour. The Stallone girls are here. They look gorgeous. It's fun. And I think it's been a great year for TV and movies, and I think it's a perfect year to host. This show is different then the Oscars or the Grammys," he said. "It's kind of a mix tape of a show, where it's the best in movies, the best of TV. So if you haven't seen the movie, and you go, 'I don't know. I never saw that. I don't even want to see that.; You don't have to worry about it because there's going to be somebody from 'The Walking Dead' going onstage in about two seconds."

Fallon said he hasn't had to do any cramming or binge-watching to learn about the movies and TV shows that were nominated by Globes organizers the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

"Doing 'The Tonight Show' kind of is an advantage – because I actually watch all of these movies and all of these TV shows as part of my actual, normal job. So I know all of the people nominated," he said. "So it's going to be fun. I don't know how they are as an audience. I hope they're good. I know how they are as guests. They're great. Who knows – they better be clapping and laughing. Or else – they're going to hear from me when they come on my show."

The host joked that he'd continue performing if his headphones failed -- as happened to Mariah Carey at a New Year's Eve performance produced -- like the Globes -- by dick clark productions.

"I'm working on all of Mariah's songs. We worked out a bit. In case anything goes wrong, she'll be there for me," he said.

Justin Timberlake, "La La Land" stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, Meryl Streep and Leonardo DiCaprio are among the stars expected at Sunday's show.

They'll be joined by the three daughters of Sylvester Stallone, who were named Miss Golden Globe -- after attending the show as a family last year.

"Walking down the red carpet with each other as a whole family. Because we really haven't been that exposed to the media. And I think that was like the first huge, huge, huge milestone for all of us as like – yeah, we exist," Scarlett Stallone said. "We had been in the media from premieres and my dad's stuff. But my mom really, really enforces education. So she was like – you know what, we want to keep you grounded, so go to school. We are all pretty mature. We know how that goes. And we've watched and we've learned and we've dealt with it. So I think we are ready. We are with each other and it's a great experience to celebrate."

The Globes will air live on NBC in the U.S.

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1. Wide Jimmy Fallon talks with media inside International Ballroom at Beverly Hilton hotel, site of Golden Globe Awards

2. Wide Fallon talks with reporter

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jimmy Fallon/Golden Globes Host: "This is a big deal. It's like yes – what would it be like for me to host a show on NBC? I mean, what would that be like? I do it five nights a week. But they're adding a sixth night and this one is three hours long. No – I'm excited. I really am excited about this. Look at it – they're building it -- all the glitz, the glamour. The Stallone girls are here. They look gorgeous. It's fun. And I think it's been a great year for TV and movies, and I think it's a perfect year to host. This show is different then the Oscars or the Grammys. It's kind of a mix tape of a show, where it's the best in movies, the best of TV. So if you haven't seen the movie, and you go, 'I don't know. I never saw that. I don't even want to see that.; You don't have to worry about it because there's going to be somebody from 'The Walking Dead' going onstage in about two seconds."

4. Wide Fallon talks with reporter

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jimmy Fallon/Golden Globes Host: "Doing 'The Tonight Show' kind of is an advantage – because I actually watch all of these movies and all of these TV shows as part of my actual, normal job. So I know all of the people nominated. So it's going to be fun. I don't know how they are as an audience. I hope they're good. I know how they are as guests. They're great. Who knows – they better be clapping and laughing. Or else – they're going to hear from me when they come on my show."

(Reporter: "And will you keep singing if the earbuds go out?")

Fallon: "Yeah, I will. Yeah. I'm working on all of Mariah's songs. We worked out a bit. In case anything goes wrong, she'll be there for me."

6. Wide table with seat cards on display

7. Close Justin Timberlake seat card

8. Close zoom to wide Meryl Streep seat card

9. Wide Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling seat cards

10. Wide Hugh Grant and Julia Louis-Dreyfus seat cards

11. Wide Fallon talks with reporter

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jimmy Fallon/Golden Globes Host: "I will say this. I'll give you a little scoop. The opening is going to be fun. The Golden Globes have never done a sketch cold opening film piece. And we've been working on it for months and months and months. We have a lot of good cameos. It's based on a film and it's good TV stars and it's musicians and it's fun. Just watch the opening. I'm really proud of it and we worked really hard on it."

13. Wide Stallone sisters talk with reporter

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Sophia Stallone/Miss Golden Globe: "I guess just preparing, finding the dresses, the hair and make up. That takes so much more work than we expected and is so time-consuming."

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Scarlett Stallone/Miss Golden Globe: "Also, walking down the red carpet with each other as a whole family. Because we really haven't been that exposed to the media. And I think that was like the first huge, huge, huge milestone for all of us as like – yeah, we exist."

16. Wide Fallon poses with Stallone sisters

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Scarlett Stallone/Miss Golden Globe: "We had been in the media from premieres and my dad's stuff. But my mom really, really enforces education. So she was like – you know what, we want to keep you grounded, so go to school. We are all pretty mature. We know how that goes. And we've watched and we've learned and we've dealt with it. So I think we are ready. We are with each other and it's a great experience to celebrate."

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Scarlett Stallone/Miss Golden Globe: (Reporter: "Are you guys going to go to the inauguration?") "We are not."

(Reporter: "Why?")

Sophia Stallone/Miss Golden Globe: "I don't know. We're not really into all of that. We kind of just hang back."

Scarlett Stallone: "We are just going to watch."

19. Various of ballroom under construction

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People: Tom Hiddleston , Carrie Fisher , Hugh Laurie , Billy Bob Thornton
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Beverly Hills, Calif., 8 January 2017

1. UPSOUND (English) John Travolta/Actor:

"You're opinion leaders so you're approving of our series - if you hadn't given us all these wonderful nominations and acknowledged us to this depth, it would've been a disappointing year. We've been very lucky but you made the year, so thank you, thank you."

2. UPSOUND (English) Aaron Taylor-Johnson/Actor:

"It was my parents, I mean I found acting when I was six years old so, you know they gave me that opportunity and I ran with it and I found my passion and joy. If it wasn't for that and the fact that they nourished and encouraged me to do what I enjoy doing I wouldn't be here, so."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hiddleston, actor:

"Well, Carrie Fisher was such a fighter, and I spent one evening with her in Washington last summer at the White House Correspondents dinner as a guest of 'The Guardian' newspaper and she had this indomitable spirit that was bigger than the occasion."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Hugh Laurie, actor:

"The romance of the story was so overwhelming to me, every moment that I was on set, every part of the process of making it was such a thrill to me. It was daunting because it mattered so much to me but it was nonetheless a thrill, the whole thing beginning to end."

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Billy Bob Thornton, actor:

"I was excited to see my wife being happy. I mean, she's happy everyday tonight she is just proud to be here with me and everything."

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TOM HIDDLESTON CALLS CARRIE FISHER A 'FORCE FOR LIFE'

Tom Hiddleston took home the trophy for best actor in a limited series or TV film Sunday (8 JANUARY) at the Golden Globe Awards.

Backstage after his win, Hiddleston spoke about meeting the late Carrie Fisher.

"Well, Carrie Fisher was such a fighter, and I spent one evening with her in Washington last summer at the White House Correspondents dinner as a guest of 'The Guardian' newspaper and she had this indomitable spirit that was bigger than the occasion. She was actually a force for life and think if we can take anything, a lesson from her, it is to live as fully as we can to embrace our weaknesses and that very act makes them become strengths and she was so funny, she insisted when we were there, she was looking after her dog Gary and I was looking after Gary's rubber duck which was the rubber duck of Princess Leia so I felt in the presence of the outgoing President of the United States it was only appropriate that I have a Princess Leia rubber duck in train because of Carrie's contribution."

Hiddleston's co-star, Hugh Laurie, was shocked when he was awarded best supporting actor in a limited series or TV film.

"The whole dam thing was pretty much a dream for me. This was a story that I had fallen in love with almost 25 years ago when the booked was published. 1993 I think it was published, the fact is the only time in my life I only tried to, I am not a producer, I have no skills or knowledge but I tried to auction the novel because I thought this has to be on the scene. The romance of the story was so overwhelming to me, every moment that I was on set, every part of the process of making it was such a thrill to me. It was daunting because it mattered so much to me but it was nonetheless a thrill, the whole thing beginning to end," Laurie said backstage after his win.

Meanwhile, Viole Davis, who won best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture for "Fences" joked about where the award will go.

"My husband always takes care of the trophy's because after tonight, I so appreciate this, but I gotta put the trophy away and get back to work. He puts it in the office, on a shelf."

Beverly Hills, 8 January 2017

1. Zoom into Tom Hiddleston approaching microphone

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hiddleston, actor:

"Well, Carrie Fisher was such a fighter, and I spent one evening with her in Washington last summer at the White House Correspondents dinner as a guest of 'The Guardian' newspaper and she had this indomitable spirit that was bigger than the occasion. She was actually a force for life and think if we can take anything, a lesson from her, it is to live as fully as we can to embrace our weaknesses and that very act makes them become strengths and she was so funny, she insisted when we were there, she was looking after her dog Gary and I was looking after Gary's rubber duck which was the rubber duck of Princess Leia so I felt in the presence of the outgoing President of the United States it was only appropriate that I have a Princess Leia rubber duck in train because of Carrie's contribution."

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Viola Davis, actress:

"My husband always takes care of the trophy's because after tonight, I so appreciate this, but I gotta put the trophy away and get back to work. He puts it in the office, on a shelf."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Viola Davis, actress:

"Well, I will, believe it or not, remove Trump from the equation because I feel that it is bigger than him, I believe that it is our responsibility to uphold what it is to be an American, and what America is about and the true meaning of what it means to pursue the 'American Dream.' I think that America in and of itself has been an affirmation but I think that we have fallen short a lot because there is no way that we can have anyone in office that is not an extension of our own belief system. So then what does that say about us.

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Hugh Laurie, actor:

"The whole dam thing was pretty much a dream for me. This was a story that I had fallen in love with almost 25 years ago when the booked was published. 1993 I think it was published, the fact is the only time in my life I only tried to, I am not a producer, I have no skills or knowledge but I tried to auction the novel because I thought this has to be on the scene. The romance of the story was so overwhelming to me, every moment that I was on set, every part of the process of making it was such a thrill to me. It was daunting because it mattered so much to me but it was nonetheless a thrill, the whole thing beginning to end."

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1. WS Red carpet

2. CU Nicole Kidman

3. MS Charlize Theron

4. Pan of Nicole Kidman on red carpet

5. SOT (English): Nicole Kidman, Actor, 'Cold Mountain' -- on her dress:

"I didn't have any trouble. I just sort of picked it. I'm always very decisive and very quick. So, I picked it ages ago. It's always the way. I pick one dress and that's it. I don't do a lot of playing around."

6. Shot of Kim Cattrall on red carpet

7. Shot of Holly Hunter on red carpet

8. SOT (English): Jessica Lange, Actor, on why she picked her dress: "I liked it." (Laugh)

9. Shot of Jennifer Garner on red carpet

10. SOT (English): Diane Keaton, Actor, 'Something's Gotta Give':

"Hi! I'm here." Reporters: What are you wearing? "Richard Tyler. You know Richard Tyler? He's great!"

11. Pan of Naomi Watts dress

12. Pan of Patricia Clarkson's dress

13. Wide shot of Alison Krauss on red carpet

14. SOT (English): Alison Krauss, Musician, 'Cold Mountain' -- on why she picked her dress:

"Oh, I loved it! I loved the colour and I loved that it was easy to get into. It was like a tube top. So, you just pulled it right on."

15. Shot of actress's dress

16. SOT (English): Isaac Mizrahi, Designer, on why there's so much more colour than last year:

"I think it means people are tired of black, basically, and they want to wear colour. And they're also ready to fuss a little bit and think about what they look like a little bit, you know - after all this time of looking not put-together. And maybe now you're supposed to look put-together, which is good. I think people at home should start fussing just to watch the show. They should get all dressed up and made up and do their hair and everything.''

17. Shot of actress's dress

18. Shot of Queen Latifah on red carpet

SPRING COLOURS AT GOLDEN GLOBES

The red carpet blossomed with spring colours as stars donned ladylike gowns for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, with one glittery exception: Nicole Kidman in a backless gold sequin dress with a plunging neckline, likely to be one of the most-talked-about dresses of the evening.

The 'Cold Mountain' star stood out among the pretty pastel dresses and safe black gowns at the 61st annual awards show in Beverly Hills last night (25JAN).

Designed by Tom Ford in his last collection for Yves Saint Laurent, Kidman's gold sequin bodice, with a neckline that plunged to her waist, was held together with nude fabric and paired with a flowing, pale chiffon skirt. Her loose curls were held back with a gold headband.

When APTN asked Kidman about the stunning gown she had picked for the event, it seems the actress found the choice effortless:

"I didn't have any trouble. I just sort of picked it. I'm always very decisive and very quick. So, I picked it ages ago. It's always the way. I pick one dress and that's it. I don't do a lot of playing around."

The other surprise of the evening was presenter Jennifer Lopez, who wasn't expected to appear on the red carpet. Days after her breakup with fiance Ben Affleck was announced, Lopez strolled by fans appearing effortlessly chic in a tangerine goddess gown with silver straps, her hair pulled up in a loose ponytail. (see Arrivals story)

Goddess gowns also gave a romantic flair to Kim Cattrall of HBO's 'Sex and the City' in vintage Valentino and 'Lost in Translation' director Sofia Coppola in Azzedine Alaia.

Most stars played it safe in gowns that revealed just enough to be sexy but not enough to steal the spotlight. Uma Thurman wore a satin lavender gown and in great contrast to her award winning performance in 'Monster' Charlize Theron arrived in an ultrafeminine, pale yellow ruffled gown.

With a slightly more alternative look, Diane Keaton, wore all white in a funky Richard Tyler getup with trademark gloves, boots and a jacket buttoned high on her neck.

Youthful, fresh looks were plentiful on the red carpet, like the nude-colored corset gown worn by 19-year-old 'Lost in Translation' star Scarlett Johansson, a fashion enthusiast who sang a song as part of Cynthia Rowley's spring runway show in September in New York.

Singer Alison Krauss ('Cold Mountain') wore simple but glamourous blue satin gown. "Oh, I loved it!" she said. "I loved the colour and I loved that it was easy to get into. It was like a tube top. So, you just pulled it right on."

Elisha Cuthbert, 21, of Fox's '24' wore a 1950s inspired, ladylike look with a strapless, pale pink organza cocktail dress by Monique Lhuillier, accessorized with a small bouquet of roses at the waist.

Evan Rachel Wood, 16, of 'thirteen' wore a simple metallic gray spaghetti strap gown, with minimal, radiant makeup and loosely pulled up hair.

Designer Isaac Mizrahi summed up the fashion mood at this years Golden Globes:

"I think it means people are tired of black, basically, and they want to wear colour. And they're also ready to fuss a little bit and think about what they look like a little bit, you know -- after all this time of looking not put-together. And maybe now you're supposed to look put-together, which is good. I think people at home should start fussing just to watch the show. They should get all dressed up and made up and do their hair and everything.''

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Date: 26/01/2004 05:00 AM
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1. Wide of red carpet with zoom in to Clint Eastwood

2. Medium Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins

3. Medium Robin Williams and Eric Idle

4. Cameraman cutaway pan to wide of red carpet

5. SOT: Sharon Stone

"I think the Highlight of the evening will be taking off my high heels."

6. Medium Kevin Costner

7. Close up Chris Cooper

8. Close up Kim Cattrall talking with reporter

9. Wide Charlize Theron with zoom in on red carpet

10. Cameraman cutaway

*Shots from New Line Party

11. SOT: Kelly Osbourne (talking about Lord of the Rings)

"It's so amazing for them. They've all worked so hard and it has to be hands down the most amazing trilogy I've ever seen in my life."

12. SOT: Jon Voight "The truth is, I didn't see any of it. I just came in later for the parties, because I'm bringing my goddaughter in. So I'm not even here. (talking about Lord of the Rings) I heard it was terrific. Everybody up there is worthy of all sorts of awards. The most wonderful thing is that all these talented people are assembled for recognition. It's just terrific."

13. Peter Jackson on red carpet

14. SOT: John Rhys Davis

"It's a great tribute to New Line and Peter Jackson that we got these awards. Long overdue let me say. It's really very hard to make films this big and this good - almost impossible."

15. SOT: Billy Boyd

"It's good. It's a great feeling. We were all aware of how much we liked the film and how much its been approved by the general public. To have a group of critics give you the stamp of approval, it's a great feeling."

16. SOT: Peter Jackson

"Well you can never really be prepared. It's a really wired phenomenon. When I ripped the envelope, there is a part of you that hopes your name doesn't get called out so you don't have to go up in front of all those people. There's a moment of terror that comes and then there is a weird exhilaration and pride.

(How hard do you party tonight?)

We've got a couple of hobbits in there. We've got Merry and Frodo. I'm sure they'll lead the way. I get to be a follower."

17. Medium Jackson talking with reporter

GOLDEN GLOBES STARS HIT THE PARTIES

After watching the three hour long Golden Globes, celebrities hit the party circuit with Universal, New Line Cinema and Warner Brothers all hosting after parties.

Best Actress winner Charlize Theron worked the red carpet at the Warner Bros/In Style party holding her precious Golden Globe. Theron wasn't talking to the press because she was ready to celebrate.

While Theron didn't talk much, Peter Jackson did. The director won big for 'Lord of the Rings'. and his cast celebrated at the New Line party. Jackson said he felt honoured and surprised with his win for Best Motion Picture.

Even stars who didn't win were ready to have a good time. 'Sex and the City' star Kim Cattrall said she was simply happy that all of the 'Sex and the City' ladies were nominated.

Not everyone who attended the after parties were in the audience at the Golden Globes.

Kelly Osbourne partied at the New Line event. She said although she didn't watch the show, she came to party and support her friend, Elijah Wood.

American movie star Michelle Rodriguez didn't just attend one party. She made her rounds, saying she didn't go to the Globes, but still wanted to come out and support her fellow actors.

Brittany Murphy entered the In Style party with two reasons to smile. It was her first time attending the Globes - and Murphy is newly engaged to her publicist.

While some won and some lost, nearly all of the celebrities were in great moods and ready to have a good time at the Globes after parties.

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1. SOUNDBITE (English) Scarlett Johansson, Actor-Nominee, 'Match Point':

"Well the Golden Globes are always so much fun. They're more casual, everybody sits at tables, and drinks wine and has dinner. So, I'm looking forward to the wine -- and the dinner!"

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1. Pan of bleacher with screaming fans

2. Wide red carpet

3. Actor Johnny Depp speaking to reporters

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Scarlett Johansson, Actor-Nominee, 'Match Point':

"Well the Golden Globes are always so much fun. They're more casual, everybody sits at tables, and drinks wine and has dinner. So, I'm looking forward to the wine -- and the dinner!"

5. Wide bleachers and arrivals area

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Carell, Actor-Winner, 'The Office':

"You know what? That's the thing. You see people like Catherine Deneuve and Anthony Hopkins walking around and, and, in a sense, you never think of them as real people, until you see them in the flesh -- it's very, very exciting."

7. Actors Emma Thompson and Lifetime Achievement honouree Anthony Hopkins

8. Wide arrivals area

9. SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney/Director-Actor-Nominee/Winner, 'Good Night, and Good Luck'/'Syriana':

"I doubt anybody gets taken seriously for very long. I'll be on some reality show in about six years going, 'Hey! I had a great year in 2006.'"

10. Actor-Nominee Matt Dillon ('Crash')

11. Director-Nominee Steven Spielberg ('Munich')

12. Actor-Nominee Laura Linney ("The Squid and the Whale')

13. Actor-Winner Philip Seymour Hoffman ('Capote')

14. Actor Nicolette Sheridan ('Desperate Housewives')

15. Actor-Nominee Pierce Brosnan ('The Matador')

16. Actor-Nominee Charlize Theron ('North Country'))

17. Director-Winner Ang Lee ('Brokeback MountaiAM VERY THANKFUL TO THEn')

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Ang Lee ('Brokeback Mountain') - on the bounty of gay-themed cinema among the night's nominees:

"That's one territory that we have not settled yet. I think movies, we're in a frontier. We want to go to the frontier, and explore humanity and the issues, and that's a very natural place to go."

19. George Clooney greets actor-nominee Ziyi Zhang ('Memoirs of a Geisha')

20. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Ziyi Zhang, Actor-Nominee ('Memoirs of a Geisha') - on the numerous Asian-cinema nominees:

"I am greatful to the American audience and the big studios for opening the doors to China. I hope Chinese movies can get better and better and the American audience can see more excellent Chinese movies."

21. SOUNDBITE (English) Kaige Chen, Director-Nominee, 'The Promise':

"I think it's a wonderful, particularly, you know, we have more Chinese come, you know? Like Ang Lee and Zhang Ziyi and others, and that we're so happy to be part of that."

22. SOUNDBIRTE (Mandarin) Kaige Chen,Director-Nominee, 'The Promise':

"I think it's a wonderful, particularly, you know, we have more Chinese come, you know? Like Ang Lee and Zhang Ziyi and others, and that we're so happy to be part of that."

23. Director-Nominee Stephen Chow ('Kung Fu Hustle') speaking to reporter

24. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Stephen Chow, Director-Nominee ('Kung Fu Hustle') - on the new popularity of Asian cinema in America:

"I think Asian culture is attracting more and more attention from all over the world so I hope directors can make more movies about this culture to introduce it to the world."

25. Fashion shot: Actor Diane Kreuger ('Joyeux Noel')

26. Fashion shot: Actor Jane Seymour

27. Fashion shot: Actor Alanis Morissette

28. Fashion shot: Actor-Winner Mary-Louise Parker ('Weeds')

29. Fashion shot: Actor-Winner Rachel Weisz ('The Constant Gardener')

30. SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel Rachel Weisz, Actor-Winner ('The Constant Gardener'):

"Well, it was just, I had to find a dress that would grow with me because I'm five months pregnant. Because I'm growing all the time. (Laughs.) So that was the main challenge. Just getting your hair and makeup done is very, very unchallenging."

31. Fashion shot: Actor-Nominee Kyra Sedgwick ('The Closer')

32. Fashion shot: Actor-Presenter Kate Beckinsale

33. Fashion shot: Model Heidi Klum

GOLDEN GLOBES: WALK THE RED CARPET

The cowboy romance 'Brokeback Mountain' led the Golden Globes on Monday with four prizes, including best dramatic film and the directing honour for Ang Lee.

The Johnny Cash biography 'Walk the Line' won the Globe for best musical or comedy film and earned acting honours for stars Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon.

The Globes are awarded by the relatively small Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which has about 80 members, compared with the 5,800 film professionals eligible to vote for the Oscars.

Still, the Globes have an excellent track record at predicting the Oscars.

Globe winners catch momentum that can boost their chances come Oscar night.

It was a triumphant night for films dealing with homosexuality and transsexuality. Along with the victories for 'Brokeback Mountain,' acting honours went to Felicity Huffman in a gender-bending role as a man preparing for sex-change surgery in "Transamerica" and Philip Seymour Hoffman as gay author Truman Capote in 'Capote.'

Ang Lee said of the movies were pioneering a new genre: "That's one territory that we have not settled yet. I think movies, we're in a frontier. We want to go to the frontier, and explore humanity and the issues, and that's a very natural place to go."

Director Lee's 'Brokeback Mountain,' the story of two rugged Western family men (Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal) concealing their affair, has emerged as a front-runner for the Oscars - which occasionally have handed out top acting prizes for performers in homosexual or gender-bending roles but

have never given the best-picture Oscar to a gay-themed film.

Oscar nominations come out Jan. 31, with the awards presented March 5.

'Brokeback Mountain' also won for best screenplay and song, 'A Love That Will Never Grow Old.'

Phoenix and Witherspoon won for best actor and actress in a movie musical or comedy for the biopic that follows country legend Cash's career and his long courtship with the love of his life, June Carter.

George Clooney, who was among the directing nominees for 'Good Night, and Good Luck,' won the supporting-actor Globe for the oil-industry thriller 'Syriana' and Rachel Weisz earned the supporting-actress prize for the murder thriller 'The Constant Gardener.'

'Syriana' is a modern tale of deceit, greed, corruption and power-brokering over Middle Eastern oil supplies. Clooney plays a fiercely devoted CIA undercover agent who comes to question his country's actions in the region.

The actor was modest his achievements: "I doubt anybody gets taken seriously for very long. I'll be on some reality show in about six years going, 'Hey! I had a great year in 2006.'"

There are similar corporate undertones to 'The Constant Gardener,' in which Weisz plays a humanitarian-aid worker whose husband (Ralph Fiennes) is drawn into a dogged investigation of business interests connected to her murder.

'Brokeback Mountain' won the screenplay award for Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. McMurtry thanked his constant companion during the lonely process of writing.

The Palestinian film 'Paradise Now,' a dark story of two Arab friends sent on a suicide bombing mission in Israel, won the prize for foreign-language film.

But it was the Asian filmmakers and cinema that left its mark on the 2006 Golden Globes. Ang Lee's success was echoes in the nominations for 'The Promise,' 'Kung Fu Hustle' and 'Memoirs of a Geisha.'

Meanwhile, the goddesses ruled the Golden Globes red carpet, with stars like Felicity Huffman, Maria Bello ,Charlize Theron and a five month pregnant Weisz wearing plunging V-neck halter gowns with draping, fitted waists and billowing skirts.

George Clooney embodied the classic male movie star in his Armani two-button tuxedo with satin lapels and a classic white spread-collar evening shirt and black necktie. Hip-hop star turned actor Ludacris, of course, had his own twist on the penguin suit: He wore a black velvet Ralph Lauren jacket with tweed pants. And Johnny Depp - always a fashion rebel - had a red shirt under his baggy suit.

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1. Pan down from NBC Universal logo on entrance sign to party to arrivals line

2. Director Ang Lee speaking to reporter

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ang Lee, Director:

"I feel great. Very heart warming. I really cherish the moment I stood on stage even though I was slightly nervous but just hear people react to what I said about an amazing year for American cinema. It is a wonderful feeling. I feel a lot of togetherness with community, film community and with audience. The Golden Globe is mainstream, so it's a lot of good feelings."

4. Camera cutaway

5. Screenplay writers Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry speak to reporter

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry, Screenplay Writers of 'Brokeback Mountain':

Diana Ossana:

"I think every time we win awards we're still surprised. We just didn't imagine that it would be this kind of a film. It's had such acceptance."

7. Wide of arrivals line

8. Composers Gustavo Santaolalla and Bernie Taupin pose with Golden Globe trophy

9. Camera cutaway

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jonathan Rhys-Myers:

"I don't know it was kind of a blur you know what I mean. I knew that something had happened and I was involved. And that I had to go up there. And then I went out there and it's like Eric Bana was there. I don't even remember who else. Who was the woman? I don't remember who the woman was. I just remember him. That's really embarrassing. It was somebody really really really famous. And they were very lovely as I can remember because I had to kiss them on the cheek. I don't know. We're really bad aren't we? But you know it was nice. It was very very nice."

11. Wide shot logo backdrop

12. Wide shot party arrivals line with Charlize Theron

13. Close up of Charlize Theron wearing John Galliano for Dior

14. Paris Hilton posing for cameras

15. Close up of Paris Hilton

16. Close up of George Clooney then pullout to medium shot

17. SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney:

"It's not so much personally, it's about the film and the film was something really important to us to get made, so anything that helps bring attention to the film, we are really proud of."

18.Mariah Carey in Chanel couture, designed just for her by designer Karl Lagerfeld

19.Nicolette Sheridan and boyfriend Michael Bolton

20. Pan from floor up Marcia Cross

21. Teri Hatcher being interviewed on arrivals line

22. Pan of Teri Hatcher in Escada gown

23. SOUNDBITE (English) Teri Hatcher:

"It's just an honour, you know I really do believe that there were some great shows on television in the last couple of years, some dramas and comedies included, and it's just nice to see television being in a place that people want to go again. People want to watch."

24. Medium shot of Mary-Louise Parker

25. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary-Louise Parker:

"It was kind of fun actually because sometimes you know one way or another, I'm really not going to win or I really might win and this time I knew I kind of wouldn't, so, it was really surprising."

26. SOUNDBITE (English) Matthew Fox - 'Lost':

"We had the Emmy thing in the Fall and to have this happen again is very exciting for all of us and very exciting for everybody who works on Lost, so, we're happy, really happy."

27. Mid shot of Laura Linney

28. Emma Thompson and Colin Firth

29. Wide shot camera crews

30. Emma Thompson walking arrivals line in Roberto Cavalli gown

31. Don Johnson, ex-wife Melanie Griffith, their daughter and his expectant wife

33. Close up of Sandra Oh holding award

34. Mid shot Hugh Laurie

35. Arrivals line with Terrance Howard

36. Close up of Terrance Howard

37. Debra Messing poses for cameras

38. Camera cutaway

39. Mid shot Debra Messing

40. Mid shot Patricia Arquette

41. Mid shot Hany Abu-Assad, Winner of Best Foreign Film

42. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hany Abu-Assad, Director:

"Well this is recognition for the film for sure and also recognition for our people that we deserve to be free and equal, unconditionally."

43. Wide shot of Jessica Alba wearing Versace

44. Mid shot George Clooney

45. SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney - responds when asked how many parties he planned to hit this evening?"

"I don't know I'm a little out of it so I'll have a drink and see if I can hold up. If I can last, them I might go for two."

GOLDEN GLOBES PARTY ON

With the Golden Globe awards ceremony over, the stars headed off to celebrate their victory or drown their sorrows, at a series of glitzy after-parties hosted by the big Hollywood studios.

The NBC Universal event was the most star-studded with a stream of celebrities heading down the reed carpet to enjoy the festivities.

'Brokeback Mountain' director Ang Lee, Director, summed up the mood:

"I feel great. Very heart warming. I really cherish the moment I stood on stage even though I was slightly nervous but just hear people react to what I said about an amazing year for American cinema. It is a wonderful feeling. I feel a lot of togetherness with community, film community and with audience. The Golden Globe is mainstream, so it's a lot of good feelings."

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Los Angeles, 11 January 2009

1. Wide view of InStyle/ Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party red carpet arrivals

2. Close of sign

3. Fashion pan of Susan Sarandon

4. Fashion pan of Marisa Tomei

5. Fashion pan of Taraji Henson

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Taraji Henson/Actor on Golden Globes show highlight:

"I think it was Kate Winslet the second time she won. You can tell she was overwhelmed and taken by surprise and that's always good."

7. Actor Debra Messing look at chocolate display inside party

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Megan Fox/Actor on Golden Globes show highlight:

"For me Steven Spielberg (winning), because I have had the privilege of meeting him and he is a big teddy bear and I love him to death. I was excited to see him get an awards for his amazing work."

9. Wide of red carpet

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Aaron Eckhart/Actor on audience reaction to Heath Ledger's Golden Globes win:

"Oh it was beautiful, everybody stood up and clapped and very warm obviously he is a huge friend of everybody's. Chris Nolan gave the most beautiful speech afterwards it's almost a spiritual experience."

11. Fashion pan of Olivia Wilde

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Olivia Wilde/Actor from "House" on Golden Globes show highlight:

"I am really happy Kate Winslet when she won twice because she deserved it. My least favourite is when we lost. But that's ok because we had a good time anyway so it was a good night."

13. Actor Kate Beckinsale posing for photographers

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Kate Beckinsale/Actor on Golden Globes show highlight:

"I think Mickey Rourke thanking his dogs I think I am going to weep over that when I go home."

15. Director Darren Aronofsky speaking to reporter

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Darren Aronofsky/Director of "The Wrestler" on Mickey Rourke and Golden Globes show:

"Its just a huge thing it means a lot."

(Reporter: You flipped Mickey Rourke the bird-- your middle finger)

"Did I really? Did they get that on TV? That is really humiliating. I am very sorry to everyone who saw that I apologise (laughs) Well that's our relationship we attack each other and we love each other."

17. Actor Blake Lively posing for photographers

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Blake Lively/Actor on Golden Globes show highlight:

"Its been incredible to have my dad here that's the highlight of my night. But what I have said to couple other people Kate Winslet winning she was so touching each time. Rickey Gervais was so funny and getting to present with Rainn (Wilson) he's so wonderful so."

14. Actors Vanessa Hugdens and Zac Efron walking into party

15. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio walking into party

16. Actor Anne Hathaway walking into party

17. Close of NBC/Universal sign

18. Wide of NBC/Universal Pictures/Focus Features Golden Globe After Party

19. Actor Colin Farrell on arrivals line

20. Actor Mira Sorvino speaking to reporter

21. SOUNDBITE (English) Mira Sorvino/Actor on Golden Globes show highlight:

"Kate Winslet winning. I was very happy for Kate because I know she has waited a long time for this. She is obviously one of the great actresses we have so it was really nice to see her win in a double way."

22. Medium view of carpet

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GLOBES PARTY TIME

And after the awards - it was time to party.

With the Golden Globes red carpet over, the envelopes opened and the trophies dished out - the stars hit the town to celebrate the night's ceremony (11 JAN 2009).

At the Beverley Hilton Hotel was the Instyle/Warner Brothers bash - while NBC, Universal Pictures and Focus Features partied at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

At both bashes, everyone was keen to give their verdict on the big winners.

Kate Winslet was the toast of the town after doing the double by getting the Best Dramatic Actress and Best Supporting Actress trophies for 'Revolutionary Road' and 'The Reader' respectively.

Mira Sorvino reckons she'd deserved both awards:

"I was very happy for Kate because I know she has waited a long time for this. She is obviously one of the great actresses we have so it was really nice to see her win in a double way."

Taraji Henson agreed saying it was her show highlight: "I think it was Kate Winslet the second time she won. You can tell she was overwhelmed and taken by surprise and that's always good."

Olivia Wilde agreed although she was less happy about her show, 'House,' losing out.

Mickey Rourke was the man of the moment.

Kate Beckinsale was particularly impressed with his acceptance speech and selected that as her best moment:

"I think Mickey Rourke thanking his dogs I think I am going to weep over that when I go home."

A camera caught 'The Wrestler' director Darren Aronofsky affectionately flipping off Rourke, his star, up on stage.

But he apologised for it when he was out on the town later.

On a more serious note: Aaron Eckhart spoke of the Heath Ledger tribute at the Globes ceremony.

He won posthumously as best supporting actor for "The Dark Knight," and was honoured with a standing ovation before the film's director, Christopher Nolan, sombrely accepted for the deceased actor.

"Oh it was beautiful, everybody stood up and clapped and very warm obviously he is a huge friend of everybody's. Chris Nolan gave the most beautiful speech afterwards it's almost a spiritual experience," said Eckhart.

The 66th annual Globes, the town's second-biggest movie celebration after the Academy Awards, returned to their somewhat boozy glory.

Last year's Globe show was scrapped after stars said they would stay away in honour of picket lines by the Writers Guild of America, which was engaged in a bitter strike against producers. In its place was a briskly paced news conference where winners were announced from a podium.

The Globes serve as a barometer for potential Oscar contenders, often singling out deserving newcomers who might have been overlooked among bigger-name stars.

This year's Oscar ceremony comes on Feb. 22.

The Globes are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a group of about 90 reporters covering show business for overseas outlets.

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