The actress’ shining moment at the Awards did little to discourage an apparently growing group of “Hathahaters,” who aren’t shy to display disdain for the Les Miserables star.
From Ben Affleck’s big win to Jodie Foster’s awkward speech, the Golden Globes left us with plenty to discuss, including Lena Dunham’s award and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s job as hosts.
Tied for second-place with five nominations each, including best drama are Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage-crisis thriller “Argo” and Quentin Tarantino’s slave-turned-bounty-hunter tale “Django Unchained.”
He stole the show both on stage and on the red carpet at the Golden Globes and Uggie the dog continues to steal the hearts of moviegoers in the “The Artist”, the award-winning homage to the era of silent film.
It seems only fitting that, at a Golden Globes ceremony where the host humorously insulted nearly every A-lister in the room, the big winner was a movie about a guy who riles up everyone on campus with his new and invasive Web site.
New York City’s own Robert De Niro, an eight-time Globe nominee who won a best-actor prize there for “Raging Bull,” will receive the group’s Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the 68th Annual Golden Globe awards Jan. 16.