There were winners and losers at the 70th Golden Globe Awards Sunday, but one of the biggest newsmakers of the evening was Lifetime Achievement Award winner Jodie Foster, who came out as a lesbian and seemed to retire from Hollywood during her speech.
After being presented with the award by former co-star and close friend Robert Downey Jr., Foster took a few light-hearted jabs at her own highlight reel and said she felt like the prom queen of the night. However, her speech quickly took a turn when Foster announced she had "the sudden urge to say something that I've never been able to air in public. I'm just going to put it out there loud and proud. I am going need your support on this. I am...read more
James Bond has still got it.
The iconic secret agent, who recently celebrated his 50th birthday, debuted atop the box office once again this weekend. Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig as 007 for a third time, grossed an estimated $87.8 million, according to Box Office Mojo. Skyfall broke the record previously held by Quantum of Solace for biggest...read more
A quick look back at some of what got this critic talking about TV this week:
THE MAIN EVENT: Now that's how you do a TV debate, as the veep candidates squared off Thursday night in a lively encounter that made for great TV, unlike last week's unfocused and lost-in-the-weeds presidential face-off. Rousing, contentious, scrappy, with an actively engaged moderator...read more