The best and worst moments of the Golden Globes:
12. Best Shout-Out to the HFP-Who? Here's how Best Supporting Actor winner Christian Bale (The Fighter) thanked the ragtag group of journalists abroad known as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: "I never really knew who those guys were. I'd always leave the press junkets going, 'Who are those awful characters in that room?' I usually just sat there and they'd be arguing amongst themselves... And now I know who you are, and I realize how wise and spectacular and perceptive those guys really are! ...What a bunch of characters."
Alex O'Loughlin, Ty Burrell, Tom Selleck
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Have you heard anything more about the new character on Hawaii Five-0? — Mark
ADAM: The show is still on the lookout for what's now being described as a young version of Jack Ryan from The Hunt for Red October. (That doesn't rule out the ladies though, as we're hearing the character could very well be a woman.) Further, we'll first meet the character as part of a protection detail enlisted for McGarrett. But we'll soon learn that he or she also has a score to settle with Wo Fat.
Will Phil and Claire role play again this Valentine's Day on Modern Family? — Ron
NATALIE: Remember when Claire lost her trench coat to the escalator? Well, it won't go much better for Bixby, Clive Bixby (Phil's seductive alter ego), when a hotel room-key handoff goes awry, and another woman gets...
How do you really feel about the Golden Globes, Peter Tolan?
The Rescue Me co-creator and executive producer didn't mince any words when the topic of awards came up during his moderation of Wednesday's Hollywood Radio and Television Society's annual showrunner panel, as he called the Hollywood Foreign Press Association "just a group of whores from other countries."
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"I'm not prone to hyperbole, but the Foreign Press really is a bunch of whores," he said. "They can be bought. ... It's really an excuse to go out with people who don't speak English that well and maybe ...
The third season of Sons of Anarchy saw the motorcycle gang travel to Ireland and back, and ended with many of them going to prison. But while Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Clay (Ron Perlman) patch up their relationship in jail, Tara finds out that Jax's deceased father and former leader of the motorcycle club feared that he would be killed by Clay and Gemma. We asked SOA creator Kurt Sutter about where he wants to take the fourth season, and when viewers can expect the crap to hit the fan...
It used to be that celebrity beefs were settled privately by their handlers and fan gripes were reserved for chat rooms. Now, with much of Hollywood hitting the social-network scene, these formerly undisclosed matters are on display for the world to weigh in on. The revolution is being Twitterized.
Whether it's Joan Rivers ripping on Lindsay Lohan, Suze Orman calling out the Kardashian sisters for hidden fees in their debit card (they've since dropped the project) or Kanye West blasting Matt Lauer, Twitter has become a public thunderdome where celebs can show their true colors in 140-character splashes free from publicist spin.
Last season, Katey Sagal's motorcycle matriarch, Gemma Teller Morrow, was desperately trying to keep her horrific assault under wraps. But this time around on Sons of Anarchy, she's determined to uncover truths — namely the whereabouts of her kidnapped grandson, Abel — while trying to beat a bogus murder rap...
Anna Torv, Hugh Laurie, Chris O'Donnell
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How is Nolivia different than Olivia on Fringe? — Ken
MICKEY: The season premiere, titled simply "Olivia," addresses that question in an unexpected way. You see, not only has Olivia been kidnapped and imprisoned "over there," but her captors are trying to forcibly convince her that she is Nolivia. They start with her marksmanskip skills.
Will Callen get some answers about who's been following him in the NCIS: Los Angeles premiere? — Maggie
ADAM: Yeah, I'd like that answer as well, but executive producer Shane Brennan says that solving that riddle would give away...
Charlie Hunnam and Ron Perlman
There's no crying in outlaw biker gangs, right?
As Sons of Anarchy roars back for its third season, the leather-clad, gun-running testosterone that has fueled the series takes a bit of a backseat to resolving last season's cliff-hanger: the abduction of Jax's infant son, Abel.
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"I just wanted to begin the season showing the emotional devastation of that," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells TVGuide.com. "Even though these guys navigate in a fairly dangerous world, ultimately what happened to Jax is not in the outlaw handbook."
Sons of Anarchy creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter isn't the only outspoken person on set, as was evident when the cast and crew fielded questions about their lack of Emmy recognition. Net nominations this year? Zero.
"I personally was really happy. I don't subscribe to Emmys or awards or...
Katey Sagal and Kurt Sutter
Sons of Anarchy fans know series creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter is not one to hold back.
So it comes as no surprise that soon after Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning — and Sons of Anarchy was nowhere to be found — Sutter took to his blog to rant about the snub.
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"Let's face it, kids, we are the dirty-faced outlaws who no one wants in their...