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The jumping narrative of Arrival uses the non-linear format to reveal the story, adding suspense and philosophy. Amy Adams’ layered performance adds depth to the film.
Jessica Chastain, Miss Sloane
Last time Jessica Chastain won at the Golden Globes, she had to kill Osama Bin Laden. This time, she plays a shrewd politician Elizabeth Sloan but her character may or may not stir the patriotic side of American nationalists.
Isabelle Huppert, Elle
French actress Isabelle Huppert plays a woman living alone in this film. She is a a successful businesswoman who gets caught up in a dangerous game when she starts to track down the unknown man who raped her.
Ruth Negga, Loving
Loving tells the tale of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple whose marriage was considered illegal in the state of Virginia back then.The discrimination forces the couple to go abroad. However, the tide of the times rushed, and finally the two got justice.
Natalie Portman plays American First Lady Jackie Golden Globes Awards Live Stream Kennedy. The film shows rare and shocking moments in American history from the First Lady’s point of view. Natalie had to work hard on the accent to get into her character.
Best performance by an actress in a motion picture — Comedy or musical
20th Century women explores the story of three women in Southern California during the late 70s.
Lily Collins, Rules Don’t Apply
Rules Don’t Apply tells an unconventional love story of a fledgling actress, her ambitious driver, both of them work for eccentric billionaire, Howard Hughes.
Hailee Steinfeld, The Edge of Seventeen
In The Edge of Seventeen, Hailee Steinfeld offers a bravura performance of a different kind, exploring and exposing the emotional chaos of a very smart, very bright teenager in the punishing universe of high school.
“I think roughly I know who I want to thank but I’m not even thinking that far,” she tells us. “I think I might have a loose list but I’m not going to take anything up, I want everything to be really organic.”
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The Golden Globes—well, every awards-show ceremony—is a little like The Bachelor:Who wins is SO IMPORTANT while you’re watching, but in a year, everyone’s just going to put on ball gowns and play the game all over again. Yes, it’s awesome and important that we honor the best art and artists of the year, but let’s be real. In the grand scheme of things, by the time actors are nominated for a Golden Globe, they’ve won. Statuette or not, that person is going home a movie and/or TV star.
That said, it’s fun to speculate—and we’d be lying if we said we didn’t have our favorites, especially when it comes to this year’s nominated actresses in movies and TV. So let’s get this Rose Ceremony started and reveal our picks for who we predict will win the 2017 Golden Globes.
That’s right, this weekend officially kicks off award season and all of your favorite stars are in Los Angeles preparing for the big day.
Nominees Justin Timberlake, Natalie Portman, Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield are all expected to be at the Golden Globes this Sunday and we can’t wait to see them walk the red carpet.
Sunday could make for an awesome date night for celeb couples like Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, and Timberlake and his wife Jessica Biel!
What on paper seemed like a cut-and-dried “serious film” (an award-winning actress plays a famous figure) turned out to be a moody, cerebral meditation on grief and history, something far more audacious than the usual biopic fare. While all the actresses nominated in this category turned in powerhouse performances, Portman is Jackie, and Jackie is Portman’s portrayal. Jackie goes beyond the actor showcase; it’s something akin to a one-woman show.
Who Is Nominated: Annette Bening, 20th Century Women; Lily Collins, Rules Don’t Apply; Hailee Steinfeld, The Edge of Seventeen; Emma Stone, La La Land; Meryl Streep, Florence Foster Jenkins
Who We Think Will Win: Emma Stone, La La Land
Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply) and Hailee Steinfeld (Edge of Seventeen) will surely take over the world in the next five years, and we will cheer them on. Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins) remains, as ever, a jack-of-all-trades and a queen of all things. But this comes down to Emma Stone versus Annette Bening (20th Century Women), and it’s criminal to try to pick just one. Bening as the loving but withholding but maternal but independent everywoman iconoclast avatar for her generation slash intimately rendered depiction of director Mike Mills Golden Globes 2017 Live Stream ‘ real-life mother is….everything. She’s everything! We haven’t seen a performance this nuanced and fully realized since, well, Bening in The Kids Are All Right.
But Emma broke all our hearts into many small pieces AND tap-danced AND sang AND cracked us up in La La Land. If there were an award just for chemistry, she and Ryan Gosling would win it every time. So how do we pick? How? HOW THOUGH.
It comes down to screen time, which we know is a huge cop-out, but this is a frickin’ Sophie’s choice. Bening is the center of 20th Century Women but essentially leads a pack of incredible women that includes Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning. Emma Stone is the undisputed female lead of La La Land.
Then again, are we actually going to give a movie points for having fewer women? You know what, come back to us on this.
Who Is Nominated: Viola Davis, Fences; Naomie Harris, Moonlight; Nicole Kidman, Lion; Octavia Spencer, Hidden Figures; Michelle Williams, Manchester by the Sea
Who We Think Will Win: Viola Davis, Fences
Viola Davis could sneeze and we would be like, “Bravo. Iconic. Here’s my firstborn.”
(Nothing but love for Naomie Harris in Moonlight, Nicole Kidman in Lion, Octavia Spencer in Hidden Figures, and Michelle Williams in Manchester by the Sea, though!)
Who Is Nominated: Caitriona Balfe, Outlander; Claire Foy, The Crown; Keri Russell, The Americans; Winona Ryder, Stranger Things; Evan Rachel Wood, Westworld
Who We Think Will Win: Evan Rachel Wood, Westworld
Winona (Ryder, Stranger Things), Claire (Foy, The Crown), Caitriona (Balfe, Outlander), and Keri (Russell, The Americans) have so much in common: They’re beautiful, talented white women in period dramas who might as well stay home on Sunday because the night belongs to Evan Rachel Wood, in my opinion. Westworld is a lot of things, many of them confusing, but above all it’s a high-wire act for its stars, who are simultaneously portraying different versions of the same semi-self-aware characters on multiple timelines and across consciousness levels. Watching ERW’s Dolores navigate the labyrinth of her own mind is by far the most compelling aspect of the buzzy drama. If she doesn’t win, we riot.
Also, not to gripe about the nominee list, because there are always more fantastic performances than spots, but no Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things? Really?
Who Is Nominated: Olivia Colman, The Night Manager; Lena Headey, Game of Thrones;Chrissy Metz, This Is Us; Mandy Moore, This Is Us; Thandie Newton, Westworld
Who We Think Will Win: Thandie Newton, Westworld
This award belongs to Thandie Newton for all the same reasons we gave Actresss in a Drama to Evan Rachel Wood—but with added humor and extra stabbing. Lena Headey is very good on Game of Thrones, but boy oh boy are we ever over Game of Thronessweeping awards ceremonies. Olivia Colman is low-key fantastic on The Night Manager,but when was the last time you heard someone excited about The Night Manager? And yes, Chrissy Metz and Mandy Moore are relatable and sweet on This Is Us, but This Is Usbelongs to Sterling K. Brown. It’s gotta be Thandie.
Who Is Nominated: Felicity Huffman, American Crime; Riley Keough, The Girlfriend Experience; Sarah Paulson, People v. O.J. Simpson; Charlotte Rampling, London Spy;Kerry Washington, Confirmation
Who We Think Will Win: Sarah Paulson, The People vs. OJ Simpson
Let’s break this down. Kerry Washington was Golden Globes Live great in Confirmation, even though Confirmation was drab. Riley Keough was stunning in The Girlfriend Experience, even though The Girlfriend Experience was seen by give or take seven people. Felicity Huffman is a consistently excellent actress, so it’s no surprise she delivered on American Crime, also known as “American Crime. No, not American Crime: The People vs. OJ Simpson. The other American Crime. I don’t know why they did that either.” I have literally never heard of London Spy, but Charlotte Rampling is a fantastic actress. Still, Sarah Paulson is going to win a Golden Globe, as she should.
Who Is Nominated: Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep;Sarah Jessica Parker, Divorce; Issa Rae, Insecure; Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin;Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish
Who We Think Will Win: Issa Rae, Insecure
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep) has more awards than any person should reasonably be able to store. Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) won this last year, and Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) did the year before. Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish) already won the award for most beautiful face ever attached to a human body. And while we are 74th Golden Globes Awards Live so glad that SJP is finally getting some recognition for her serious comedy chops, Divorce is still finding its footing. Television is better for the existence of Insecure. This is Issa Rae’s year.[source]