You knew it was going to be a funny night as soon as Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were named co-hosts of the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards — and the comedic BFFs didn't disappoint.
In their opening monologue, the Saturday Night Live alums proved they weren't going to hold anything back, slamming everyone, including "the rat-faced people of television," Ricky Gervais and even director Kathryn Bigelow's famous ex.
It's time for the first major awards show of the season: the Golden Globes! Will Homeland and Modern Family defend their series ...
"Ben Affleck got robbed."
That's what newly minted Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper said on Thursday's Today show after the Argo director was shockingly left off the Best Director lineup. Cooper isn't the only one who feels that way, nor is Affleck the only major shocker of Thursday's Oscar nominations. Here are our top surprises and snubs:
The Dictator's Anna Faris and her husband, Parks and Recreation's Chris Pratt, are expecting their first child this fall, People reports.
Director Kathryn Bigelow's highly anticipated follow-up to her 2009 Oscar-winning military drama The Hurt Locker is set to hit theaters Oct. 12, 2012.
Hurt Locker tops Oscars on historic night
The as-yet-untitled picture will find Bigelow on similar terrain — it will chronicle Navy Seal Team 6 hunting down Osama bin Laden...