James Franco won Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the Golden Globes for The Disaster Artist, and while many people’s minds were in a state of BOGGLED over Tommy Wiseau himself being on stage at the Golden Globes (and later becoming WTF’s favorite duo by posing with Tonya Harding), Ally Sheedy’s mind was in a state of pissedfuckingoff.
Thrower of Janet Jackson under the bus (#NeverForgetNipplegate, especially since they’re bringing his treacherous ass back) Justin Timberlake is all about the “Time’s Up” initiative which looks to call out sexism and sexual harassment in the workplace. He even wore a pin at last night’s Golden Globes! One wonders how he reconciles this with his role in alleged child molester and girlfriend’s daughter marrier Woody Allen’s next flick Wonder Wheel. Selective memory techniques? Continue reading
The women of Hollywood let it be known last night that the “Time’s Up” on industry-wide sexism. When Natalie Portman took the stage at the Golden Globes, she also revealed that time’s up on her giving a fuck.
Last night’s Golden Globes was (rightfully so) all about our celebrity women giving the creeps of Hollywood a big “EFF YOU” in a black dress. It was also about women standing in solidarity with each other. Speaking of women standing in solidarity with each other, everyone loves them some Tonya Harding. Sure, she miiiiight have been involved in trying to cripple her ice-skating opponent Nancy Kerrigan before the 1994 Winter Olympics. But that was decades ago! And it was totally her skeevy ex or something. I, Tonya was nominated for several Golden Globes last night and the film’s inspiration was there to bask in the adulation. Continue reading
Last night’s Golden Globes had it all; drama (thank you Winona Ryder), suspense (wondering if Kirk Douglas would live to the end of each sentence), intrigue (Is Susan Sarandon gonna start some shit?!) and most notably, Oprah bringing the house down. Let me rephrase, Oprah BURNT the house down.
When that long Golden Globes montage to 101-year-old Kirk Douglas ended on Sunday, I was mainly enraptured by his daughter-in-law Catherine Zeta-Jones’ blowout (and apparently so was Kirk), thinking it was about to snatch away Oprah’s Cecil B. DeMille Award since it was contributing plenty to television in just its three minutes of air time. Alas, others thought the whole pomp and circumstance was brutally tone deaf the same night where “Time’s Up!” was the message since Kirk is said to have been a Grade-A Hollywood predator when he allegedly raped Natalie Wood back in the day. Continue reading