• Patricia Arquette Apologizes For Onstage F-Bomb, Says “Diversity Is Starting To Pay Off For Hollywood” - Golden Globes Backstage

    9 days ago - By Deadline

    “You cant take it back can you? I didn't plan that. It was an unplanned f-bomb,” said Patricia Arquette , apologizing for her onstage profanity during her acceptance speech after winning the Golden Globe award for her lead acting performance as Joyce “Tilly” Mitchell in the miniseries Escape at Dannemora .
    Backstage, Arquette talked about being inspired by her character. “I feel like I see a lot of Joyce in the world. I think Joyce is an invisible person in the world. I...
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  • Glenn Close Wins Golden Globe For ‘The Wife' & Calls For Women To Fulfill Their Dreams

    9 days ago - By Hollywood Life

    Golden Globes speech of the night! It was Glenn Close after winning Best Actress in a Drama who called for all women to fulfill their dreams with an empowering message.
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  • Jeff Bridges Channels ‘The Dude' In Daffy But Heartfelt Golden Globes Speech: “You're All Trim Tabs - Tag, You're It!”

    9 days ago - By Deadline

    It may not spark an industry revolution like Frances McDormand's Oscar-night call for inclusion riders, but Jeff Bridges managed to introduce Hollywood to a new term - “trim tab” - while accepting the Golden Globes ' Cecil B. DeMille Award .
    The term, which became a main theme of the latter part of the speech, sent viewers at home scurrying to their nautical dictionaries and Hollywood luminaries in the Beverly Hilton smiling at the vintage Bridges fillip. As the DeMille...
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  • Alfonso Cuaron On ‘Roma's Foreign Language Golden Globe Win: “Cinema Allows Us To Tear Down Walls”

    9 days ago - By Deadline

    “Cinema at its best allows us to tear down walls and builds bridges to other cultures,” said Alfonso Cuaron in a timely and graceful speech this evening as he accepted the Golden Globe for his Best Foreign Language Film winner Roma. With the Globe, the Mexican director adds to his haul of prizes for the intimate black-and-white reflection on his childhood and the women who surrounded him growing up. This was Cuaron's second Golden Globe after a win for directing Gravity ...
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  • Christian Bale Says ‘Thank You to Satan' for Inspiration to Play Dick Cheney in ‘Vice'

    9 days ago - By The Wrap

    Christian Bale gave a shoutout to the devil for inspiring him to play former Vice President Dick Cheney in “Vice” during his acceptance speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday night.
    “Thank you to Satan for giving me inspiration on how to play this role,” Bale said, which received modest laughs from the crowd.
    Bale was accepting the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for his role in “Vice.” The comment came a moment after Bale said that he would be “cornering the market on charisma-free a-holes.”
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  • Patricia Clarkson Dedicates ‘Sharp Objects' Golden Globe Win To Her Parents In New Orleans

    9 days ago - By Deadline

    With her Sharp Objects co-star, Amy Adams, wiping away tears in the audience, Patricia Clarkson delivered a characteristically classy acceptance speech after her Golden Globe win for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series Or Movie Made for Television.
    Showing her southern Gothic roots that helped her memorably bring to life matriarch Adora Crellin, Clarkson got emotional as she moved beyond the obvious list of thank-yous (Adams, HBO ...
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  • Regina King Issues Time's Up Challenge In Acceptance Speech For ‘Beale Street' Golden Globe Win

    9 days ago - By Deadline

    Regina King issued a Time's Up challenge as she accepted her Golden Globe for best supporting actress for If Beale Street Could Talk at the 76th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night.
    "Amy, thank you for the prayer," King began her speech, nodding to fellow nominee Amy Adams. Adding "Time's Up, times two," King continued, "In the next two years, everything that I produce, I am making a vow, and it's going to be tough, to make sure that everything that I produce, that it's 50...
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  • Patricia Arquette Apologizes for F-Bomb That Got Her Bleeped During Golden Globes Acceptance Speech

    9 days ago - By The Wrap

    Patricia Arquette was bleeped twice during her Golden Globes acceptance speech Sunday night for dropping two F-bombs, and backstage she apologized for what she called an “unplanned” pair of profanities.
    “I'm so sorry! You can't take it back, can you? I didn't plan that,” the actress said backstage after her profanity-laden speech accepting the Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television for her work in Showtime's “Escape at Dannemora.”
    “It was an unplanned F-bomb,” she said. “This is a very elegant occasion.”
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