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Two of the biggest precursor awards announced their nominees this past week, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Golden Globe Awards. As the Film Awards Season prepares to take a break with the Christmas holidays, we'll review the nominees, the latest critics' top ten lists, and see where the 2013 Film Awards Season stands as the year starts to close.
Noted film critics Nell Minow, Mack Bates and A.J. Hakari discuss this year’s Golden Globe nominations and make predictions about the upcoming 2013 Oscar nominations. Will this year’s races for the gold be won by 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle or Gravity, the three favorites? Or will underdogs like Her and Saving Mr. Banks be the spoilers? Listen to these savvy critics reveal their informative and entertaining reactions concerning Hollywood's biggest award events.
Nell, the famous Movie Mom, writes commentary for Beliefnet.com and is the author of The Movie Mom’s Guide to Family Entertainment plus many other film-related books. She’s been featured in such publications as USA Today and The New York Times. A.J., aka the Mad Movie Man, contributes film reviews to sites like Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, Terror Tube, ReelTalk Movie Reviews and his own popular blog Cineslice. Mack writes freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. He recently received a local Emmy for his work on the The Robert and Rosie Show, one of the projects he worked on with Kyle Olson for the Milwaukee Summer Entertainment Camp.
This year’s Golden Globe winners receive their awards on January 12, and the Oscar nominations will be announced on January 16. But movie fans have to wait until March 2 to find out the Oscar winners at the annual Academy Awards Ceremony.
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Jeff and Mark share their thoughts on the Golden Globe nominations. What was the most surprising nomination? Who was left out?
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Join Emmy Award winning news journalist Victoria Gaither, and Entertainment Co-Host Michael Kay when they welcome Golden Globe nominee, CYNTHIA GIBB.
Actress, singer and dancer, Cynthia Gibb hails from Bennington, Vermont and has worked with the likes of Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze, Woody Allen and Oliver Stone. I grew up with her during her role as Holly Laird on NBC's "FAME". Her performance opposite Bette Midler in the 1993 remake of "Gypsy" earned her a Golden Globe nomination. Cynthia stars in "The Cheating Pact" on Lifetime on September 28th at 8 pm EST, a film exposing the art of students cheating on their university entrance exams. Cynthia will also chat about her new projects. Find out more about Cynthia at www.cynthiagibb.me.
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. On this episode we discuss whether the new series Being Mary Jane glorifies "side chicks." We also discuss the nominations for the 45th Annual NAACP Image Awards as well as list our predictions for the Golden Globe Awards
And yet ANOTHER awards show to make fun of except this one's a class act (much like the Oscars) and I invite all of you to participate.
You will have two venues to occupy. One being this page during the show and the other by listening in on my commentary on BLOG TALK RADIO via NDB MEDIA.
Listen, type or just yell at the television sets as we agree with you wholeheartedly (suckers!) of who should have gotten the golden statuette.
we'll do trivia (if the commercials suck), grading systems on attire and commercials, and just hang out with friends you know here online.
Come join me and root for the winners..................and losers!!!
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Tune in for a special Friday edition of That's Entertainment as I welcome back actress Melissa Fumero from the Golden Globe winning FOX series, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Fumero plays Dectective Amy Santiago on the hit comedy series. It also stars Emmy nominee Andre Braugher, Golden Globe winner & SNL alumni, Andy Samberg and "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" host, Terry Crews. Join me, your host, Tammy Jones-Gibbs, on Friday, September 26th at 10:30am ET as I talk with actress Melissa Fumero. Go to www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656.
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About Cosandra “Callywood” Calloway
Originally from New York, Cosandra “Callywood” Calloway began her career in the entertainment industry while attending John Jay University where she became Dynasty a radio personality. As former Miss Teen New York and a larger than life personality, she had developed a strong tenacity for the arts and entertainment industry.
She quickly garnered attention as the go to girl for the entertainment industry and began working with the likes of Toni Braxton, Will Smith, and The Latin Quarters, hosting celebrity basketball games and entertainment shows and events.
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The Awards season begins with nominations for the Golden Globe Awards. Entertainment writers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby talk about who got the nominations and what it all means, plus what's coming up this week.