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Golden Globes Live Blog Stream

Posted by Derrick Deane on January 13, 2013


The big day is here. The 70th annual Golden Globes are set to begin at 5 p.m. PST and we've got a complete live stream of updates here (plus red carpet photos and more in our Awards Watch). Keep checking back as we'll be updating this post with the latest winners and be sure to follow us on Twitter as we live-tweet from the event @Fandango and @elisaosegueda.

7:57 p.m.  - Julia Roberts up to present the final award of the evening, Best Motion Picture, Drama. The award goes to Argo, perhaps a consolation for the Oscar snub for Best Director last week. That'll remain up for debate, but the two Oscar front-runners are now Argo and Les Miserables. Fey and Poehler close the show by saying they're going home with Jodie Foster.

7:50 p.m. - Clooney returns to present Best Actor for Motion Picture, Drama. The award, quite predictably, goes to Daniel Day-Lewis for Lincoln. It's the film's first award of the evening.

7:46 p.m. - Fey and Poehler introduce the next presenter who "makes George Clooney look like garbage. Please welcome middle-aged George Clooney." George Clooney then walks out to the stage to present Best Actress for Motion Picture, Drama. The award goes to  Jessica Chastain for Zero Dark Thirty. Chastain delivers an emotional acceptance speech thanking "powerful, expert women" in film.

7:40 p.m. - Dustin Hoffman up next to present the award for Best Motion Picture, Comedy/Musical. Hoffman makes a cheesy joke about if there were four nominees, they would be a quartet, a tongue-in-cheek reference to his movie currently in theaters. The award goes to Les Miserables. The win certainly boosts the movie up to the forefront of Oscar favorites for Best Picture.

7:38 p.m. - Jeremy Renner now up on stage to present Best Motion Picture - Drama Zero Dark Thirty

7:31 p.m. - Jennifer Garner up now to present the award for Best Actor Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. The award goes to Hugh Jackman for Les Miserables. Fun fact: Jackman underwent 36 hours without water during filming, causing him to lose water weight around his eyes and cheeks.

7:30 p.m. - Christian Bale arrives on stage to introduce Best Motion Picture - Drama nominee Silver Linings Playbook

7:21 p.m. - Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon up next to present Best Comedy Series, which goes to Girls. Lena Dunham accepts her second Golden Globe award of the evening. Five more awards left.

7:20 p.m. - Gangster Squad star Josh Brolin arrives on stage to present Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical nominee Moonrise Kingdom.

7:16 p.m. - Halle Berry up next to present Best Director to Ben Affleck for Argo. Lincoln remains shut out thus far. Affleck gets a standing ovation from the ballroom.

6:59 p.m. - Fey and Poehler appear back at the mic, joking about losing the Best Actress TV Comedy category. Fey introduces Robert Downey Jr as an actor so versatile he played Iron Man in three movies. Downey then moves on to present the Cecil B. DeMille Award to honoree Jodie Foster. Contact, Panic Room, Taxi Driver, Carny, Maverick, Freaky Friday, The Brave One, Nell, Little Man Tate, The Beaver, Home for the Holidays, Bugsy Malone, The Accused, Silence of the Lambs, Sommersby, Kung Fu, Flightplan are some of the films highlighted in the highlight reel. "Tonight, I feel like the prom queen," Foster says as she accepts the award in a rapid-fire acceptance speech, capped with a poignant message to her mother. "I love you, I love you, I love you. I hope by saying that three times, it will enter into your soul when you're ready to go."

6:50 p.m. - Jason Bateman and Aziz Ansari now up to present Best Actress, TV Comedy or Musical as Ansari makes marijuana jokes to an unresponsive ballroom. The award goes to Lena Dunham for Girls.

6:48 p.m. - Liev Schreiber now up to the mic to introduce Best Picture - Drama nominee Life of Pi.

6:44 p.m. - Sacha Baron Cohen takes the stage with a glass of brandy, yelling out to the crowd in an affluent English accent. He then moves on to present the Best Animated Feature Film award to Pixar's Brave.

6:36 p.m. - Nathan Fillion and Lea Michele present the nominees for Best Actress - TV Series, Drama. Claire Danes gets the win, completing a Homeland sweep in the two major acting categories and Best TV drama category.

6:33 p.m. - Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger up to present Best Foreign Film. Amour continues its domination in the category, taking home the Golden Globe award.  "I never thought I'd get an award in Hollywood from an Austrian," director Michael Haneke says, referring to fellow countryman Schwarzenegger.

6:27 p.m. - Lucy Liu and Debra Messing now up to present Best Actor for TV Series - Comedy or Musical. The award goes to Don Cheadle for House of Lies, the second Golden Globe win of his career.

6:25 p.m. - Jeremy Irons takes the mic to introduce the Best Motion Picture - Comedy nominee Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

6:23 p.m. - Robert Pattinson and Amanda Seyfried on stage to present the Best Screenplay award. Quentin Tarantino wins for Django Unchained. This is the third category that Lincoln has been shut out of. Tarantino thanks his actors and his group of friends who help him out while he's writing scripts. "This is damn surprise and I'm glad to be surprised."

6:14 p.m - Jonah Hill and Megan Fox now on stage and engage in awkward chit-chat before presenting Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture. Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables) continues to dominate the category with the win. She thanks the HFPA for this "blunt object which I'll use as a weapon against self-doubt."

6:13 p.m. - Jamie Foxx takes the stage to introduce the Best Picture - Drama nominee Django Unchained.

6:12 p.m. - John Krasinski and Kristen Bell present the award for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie. The award goes to Ed Harris for Game Change. This is the third award for the night for Game Change.

6:01 p.m. - Poehler back on stage. Fey runs back out in her Damian Francisco costume to introduce Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig, who walk out in mock amazement, mouths agape. Best Actress - Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical is the next category. This will easily be one of the most viral YouTube clips post-Globes. Jennifer Lawrence wins it for Silver Linings Playbook. Lawrence opens with "What does it say? I beat Meryl," and thanks Harvey Weinstein for "killing whoever you had to kill to get me up here today."

5:58 p.m. - Former President Bill Clinton arrives on stage to a standing ovation to charismatically present Best Picture - Drama nominee Lincoln.

5:54 p.m. - Kiefer Sutherland and Jessica Alba on the stage to present the award for Best Actor - TV Mini-Series or Movie. Tina Fey appears as a mustachioed sixth nominee named Damian Francisco. The award goes to Kevin Costner for Hatfields & McCoys. He delievers a reflective acceptance speech about his early years as an "unknown actor."

5:47 p.m. - Lopez and Statham back at the mic to present the award for Best Original Song. The winner is Adele for Skyfall who accepts the award in Taylor Swift-style stunned amazement.

5:44 p.m. - Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham on stage to present the award for Best Original Score in a Motion Picture. The award goes to Mychael Danna for Life of Pi. This is the second category Lincoln has been shut out in.

5:42 p.m. - John Goodman now on stage with Tony Mendez, whom the movie Argo is based on. Mendez talks about the story behind Argo, before a promo reel runs for the Best Motion Picture - Drama nominee.

5:34 p.m. - Hayek and Rudd return to the mic with an awkward prolonged silence (nothing like a faulty teleprompter). The next award to be handed out is for Best TV Show - Drama, which goes to Homeland.

5:31 p.m. - Salma Hayek and Paul Rudd on stage to present the nominees for Best Actor TV Series - Drama. The award goes to Damian Lewis for Homeland.

5:30 p.m. - Rosario Dawson now on stage to present the Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical nominee, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

5:29 p.m. - Fey and Poehler appear back on stage. They joke about The Hunger Games being the exact same way the HFPA selects their president.

5:23 p.m. - Catherine Zeta-Jones takes the stage to introduce Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical nominee, Les Miserables.

5:21 p.m. - Longoria and Cheadle return for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie. The award goes to Julianne Moore for Game Change.

5:18 p.m. -- Eva Longoria and Don Cheadle take the stage to introduce the award for Best TV Mini-Series or Movie. The award goes to Game Change.

5:13 p.m. -- Kerry Washington and Dennis Quaid present the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie. The award goes to Maggie Smith for Downtown Abbey.

5:10 p.m. -- Bradley Cooper and Kate Hudson present the first award of the evening, Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. The award goes to Christoph Waltz for Django Unchained.

5:00 p.m. -- The show begins with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler taking the stage. Fey wearing a shimmering blue dress, Poehler in a red one-piece with a plunging neckline fire off jokes about being nominated, Ricky Gervais "no longer being in show business," women in TV and film. Poehler fires off a joke about Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty and the controversy surrounding the film, saying she may not know much about torture, but she trusts the woman who was married to James Cameron for three years. Poehler then has an exchange with Ben Affleck about them both being from Boston. "You're not better than me, Ben."  Other opening act targets include Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway, The Hunger Games, Life of Pi, Jennifer Moore, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep who wasn't there because she has the flu, "and she's amazing in it," Fey joked.

 

 

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