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  • Woody Allen to be honored at Golden Globes

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has chosen Woody Allen to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. The honor is given every year to someone who has “made an incredible impact on the world of entertainment,” and Allen, 77, surely fits the bill. The prolific actor/writer/director has churned out over 45… More ▸

  • Howard Stern apologizes for calling Lena Dunham ‘little fat girl’

    The remarkable Golden Globe achievement of Lena Dunham of “Girls” didn’t really impress controversial radio host Howard Stern. On Monday, a day after Dunham won best actress and best comedy, Stern referred to her as “a little fat girl who kind of looks like Jonah Hill,” and added, “I learned that this little fat chick writes the show and directs the show, and… More ▸

  • Golden Globes: The night of ‘Homeland’ and Lena Dunham

    The 70th Golden Globe Awards (or the “Drunk Oscars,” as I like to call them), took place in Hollywood last night, and like every year, provided some interesting stories and headlines, mostly made by the powerful, successful and funny women of the industry, orchestrated by the hilarious Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. The biggest story didn’t even… More ▸

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar’s daughter is her stylist

    While many stars have fancy pantsy highly paid stylists picking out their awards show wear, Sarah Michelle Gellar took advice from someone who may know her a little better — her daughter! The Buffy star told reporters that her two-year-old daughter, Charlotte, picked out her dress for the 2012 Golden Globes. “My 2-year-old walked in,… More ▸

  • Congrats to the tribe members nominated for Golden Globes!

    The Golden Globe nominees were announced today, and once again the Jews really just dominate that shiz. Below is the list of nominations that are Jewishly inspired, whether through actors, directors, or just general holiness. Mazal tov, kiddos!         Best Motion Picture: Drama –          Moneyball (Jonah Hill and Aaron Sorkin) Best Motion… More ▸

  • Israeli film hopes to waltz to Oscar victory

    Should “Waltz With Bashir” win the first Oscar for an Israeli film, it would mark a substantial step forward for an Israeli artistic community already enjoying increasing favor with the world’s cultural arbiters. But Israeli diplomats believe the film also could help boost the country’s overall image, despite its focus on a wartime massacre. More ▸