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Golden Globes All About Women and Oprah

Women dominated the 75th Golden Globe Awards – and it’s about time. The solidarity of women was just one of the winners of the night, with actresses dressed in black as a symbol of protest at injustice throughout the film industry. The night was amplified by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, and the personal stories that drive them.

Even more, the biggest winners Sunday night were films and television series that center women featuring strong female narratives – Lady Bird, Three Billboards and The Shape of Water on the big screen, and Big Little Lies, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on television.

And then there was Oprah. What is there to say about this outstanding, powerful woman, role model, and future President of the United States? Oprah received the honorable Cecil B. DeMille Award and used the opportunity to deliver a powerful speech that will be remembered for a long time.

The OWN founder, former talk show host, actress, film and TV producer and humanitarian became the first black woman to be given the award. She recalled the moment that would change her future – as a young girl watching Sidney Poitier, the first black man to win the best-actor Oscar in 1964. And here she stood herself, referencing the young girls who may be watching her accept her Award and being the first African-American to do so.

She tied that vision to the prospect of young girls today seeing her get her DeMille Award — and being the first African-American woman to do so. Oprah covered many important issues in her speech, including today’s press, civil rights and violence against women. She celebrated women who were brave enough to tell their stories.

“I want to say that I value the press more than ever before as we try to navigate these complicated times, which brings me to this: What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. And I’m especially proud and inspired by all the women who have felt strong enough and empowered enough to speak up and share their personal stories. Each of us in this room is celebrated because of the stories that we tell, and this year we became the story.”

She shared the tragic story of Recy Taylor, a woman who brought her brutal rape case to the attention of NAACP officials including Rosa Parks, who investigated the crime in a time and “culture broken by brutally powerful men. Women were not believed.”

But that time is over, Oprah told us. She said that the reign of abusive men was coming to an end: “Their time is up!” More work needs to be done – not just in Hollywood, but in all industries.

I went to a Live with Oprah show in 2013 and even had the honour of meeting her (ever so briefly). Watching her speak is so empowering and enlightening, and she is one of the few people who can make you feel as though she is speaking directly to you. She courageously told her story long before any movement for others, and has always been a fierce advocate for women. 

Oprah has the natural ability to unite us all, despite race, religious, gender, political view or workplace. This new movement is just beginning – let’s hope it can create real change.

So I want all the girls watching here and now, to know that a new day is on the horizon!  And when that new day finally dawns, it will be because of a lot of magnificent women, many of whom are right here in this room tonight, and some pretty phenomenal men, fighting hard to make sure that they become the leaders who take us to the time when nobody ever has to say ‘Me too’ again.

 

Golden Globes 2013 Who Won and Best Moments

The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards show was everything we hoped it would be – entertaining, funny, shocking and punctual! The show ran smoothly with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were golden as co-hosts. You just know they will be co-hosting again next year.

Some of their best lines:

“It’s the only night when the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the rat-faced people of television.”

“I haven’t really been following the controversy over Zero Dark Thirty but when it comes to torture, I trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron.”

“You know what Taylor Swift? You stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son.”

“That was Hilary Clinton’s husband.” – after Bill Clinton’s appearance.

“Please welcome middle-aged George Clooney.”

golden globes best moments

“Anne Hathaway, you gave a stunning performance in Les Mis.I have not seen someone so alone and abandoned like that. Since you were on stage with James Franco at the Oscars.”
Here is a video of their opening monologue (or dialogue in this case):

 

Fellow Saturday Night Live alumni Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell also presented — together as well and they too were brilliantly funny.

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Another highlight of the evening was Jodie Foster’s speech where she surprisingly talked about her personal life (she has always been so private) and “came out” publicly by thanking her partner of 14 years, Cyndney Bernanrd,  “who sticks with me through all the rotten and the bliss”.

Here is a list of the Golden Globe winners:

Film: Argo.

Director: Ben Affleck, Argo.

Actor, Film: Daniel Day Lewis, Lincoln.

Actress, Film: Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty.

Comedy or Musical: Les Misérables.

Actor, Comedy or Musical: Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables.

Screenplay, Film: Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained.

Supporting actress, comedy or musical: Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables.

Actress, comedy: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook.

Original Score: Mychael Danna, Life of Pi.

Original Song: “Skyfall” (music and lyrics by Adele and Paul Epworth), “Skyfall.”

Supporting actor film: Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained.

Animated filmBrave

Foreign film: Amour

 

Best TV series: Homeland.

Actor, TV Drama: Damian Lewis, Homeland.

Actress, TV drama: Claire Danes, Homeland.

Supporting actress, TV series, miniseries or movie: Maggie Smith,Downton Abbey.

Series, Miniseries or Movie: Game Change.

Actress, miniseries or movie: Julianne Moore, Game Change.

Supporting actor, miniseries: Ed Harris, Game Change.

Actor, miniseries: Kevin Costner, Hatfields & McCoys.

Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Maggie Smith, “Downton Abbey.”
Actor, comedy: Don Cheadle, House of Lies.

Best comedyGirls

Actress, comedy: Lena Dunham, Girls.

 

Best Movies of 2010: Must See Movies of 2010

by Shannon Lintott

It’s a pretty big year ahead for movies, especially with anticipated films like the final Harry Potter, part  1 of Breaking Dawn, the 3rd Transformers movie, the next Pirates of the Caribbean, The Hangover 2, X-Men First Class, Cowboys and Aliens and the list goes on and on. 

But before you move on and get cozy with 2011 here are a few films from 2010 that were so fantastic that you really shouldn’t let them slip past you:

BuriedBuried

(Starring Ryan Reynolds, and only Ryan Reynolds)

A man is buried alive and he has no idea why.

And that’s all you should really know about this film. Best performance by Ryan to date, that and it is the best suspense/thriller of 2010. Hands down.  I had a nervous breakdown while watching this movie. I cried because I was so anxious that I had no other option but to sweat and cry. It’s strangely one of the best action movies of 2010 too – you’ll understand when you watch it. You really should watch it. Really, you should. Really.

The King’s Speech

(Starring Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush)

The true story about King George VI and his battle against his speech impediment. Best performance by Mr. Firth to date! Yes, even compared to A Single Man which is also fantastic but from 2009. The story is fantastic. I really had no idea it was going to be as inspirational as it was.  I generally couldn’t care less about anything concerning Royalty but this movie wasn’t about that at all. It was about one man that over comes his life long struggle, one day at a time. Stunning film. Very emotional and very funny at the same time. Geoffrey Rush was a nice bonus.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, 127 hours127 Hours

(Starring James Franco)

One of the most anticipated and discussed movies of the year. This film will test you. It’s not as gory as everyone makes it out to be…well, it sort of is, but only for a few minutes. The rest is watching someone summing up their lifetime and getting the most intense wake up call of life. Fantastic and mind blowing performance by James Franco. Really something you must see. This movie got me thinking really hard about my own life and how each choice I make has an effect on who I become. Anything that can make me do that and not feel emo about it gets a high five. This one gets a high five and, uh, a sundae. Win! The gross scene is worth it, if you stick in there and find the courage I guarantee you’ll find something you like.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, inceptionInception

(Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt)

Out of all the movies on this list I truly believe that this one was the biggest hit. It was built up and built up and then it came out and blew all expectations out of the water. Think of the best thing you can and then magnify it by 10 and you’ll get Inception. Action, thrill, humour, imagination, amazing characters, stunts you’ve never seen before and a concept that will make you over think everything in your life for days. Definitely an ultimate favourite, Leonardo was great but Ellen and Joseph really shine in this film. And that ending…if you don’t make some kind of noise seconds before the credits than you must have watched another movie. Fantastic. Best ending to a movie ever. Such an intense and original script. See it!

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, black swanBlack Swan

(Starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis)

This movie seemed to come from nowhere and then swoop down and dominate all film discussion, websites and festivals, and rightly so. This is definitely something you’ve never seen before and probably won’t ever see again. It really is a horror/thriller film. You wouldn’t think so at first, it starts off and you’re a bit confused as to why it got so much hype. Then…Bam! It hits you across the face and you cannot look away until the credits roll. Portman is stunning. I actually loved Mila Kunis in this role, she was fantastic. It’s messed up, dark, beautiful and might give you nightmares. What a great combo! It’s as good as everyone told you it was, maybe even a little bit better than you thought.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, tronTRON: Legacy

(Starring Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde)

Nerds unite! The first time I heard of this movie was over two years ago and I have been giddy waiting for it to get here. I had really high hopes and dreams for this film and was kind of expecting it to disappoint. Don’t ask me why, I just wasn’t sure with the Disney aspect and all the hype if it would be good…ohhh boy. Did it ever complete my life! The story was awesome, acting was great, action was flawless and it had one of the best soundtracks ever (Daft Punk!). I’m not a 3D fan but this movie made me okay with the switch to 3D. It was awesome. Such a wild ride, so beautiful and so much better than I ever thought it could be. This is one that is worth going to see in theatres.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010,  the social networkThe Social Network

(Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake)

I hate Facebook. As soon as I heard this movie was coming out I let out a loud and obnoxious grown of disapproval to my unfortunate friend and yammered about how a movie like that could never be good. How deliciously wrong was I! This film is fantastic. Jesse was amazing, heck, even Timberlake was amazing. The story was way better and far more engrossing than I ever expected. I was unable to even talk about it afterwards because I was so shocked by how good it was. A must see for everyone. Even if you don’t like Facebook you will love it. It isn’t even about Facebook really, it’s about everything else.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, kick assKick Ass

(Starring Aaron Johnson, Nicolas Cage and Chloe Moretz)

I wasn’t even going to see this movie because it looked cheesy and lame. After a friend suggested I go and I did, this is what happened…Story: Awesome. N. Cage: Rocket awesome. Aaron: hot and awesome. Chloe: movie stopper of awesomeness. Action: Melt your face and your mind into lime Jell-O that is awesome. This movie is kick ass. I know, hold the eye rolling and the sighs of “did she just say that?!” because it’s true, it really is true. This is one of my new favourite action movies. It’s not your classic super hero flick, it’s hilarious and real and Chloe is enough reason alone to watch this film. She will rock that little nerd/action heart of yours. Some scenes in this movie are too epic and amazing to sum up in words so I shall just say this: see it!

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, toy story 3Toy Story 3

(Starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen)

So good! This movie is flawless in every way. It made me feel just as good, if not better, than the first time I watched the first Toy Story years ago as a child. That should be saying something.

It may have even been more of an adventure and more hilarious to me now than the first one did to me then. There isn’t much else I need to say here, this film is fantastic for everyone. I love these toys!

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

(Starring Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin)

This is a fun movie. I haven’t been a Michael Cera fan in a long time and I was really hoping this movie would make me like him again and it did! Woohoo! He was great in this role. Really awesome. Kieran Culkin was pretty hilarious.

I just liked how different it was compared to other comic book to film type movies. It was quirky and weird but also hilarious but with really good fight scenes. I hope this turns into a cult classic, if it hasn’t already. It’s so much fun to watch.

best moves of 2010, top movies of 2010, harry potterHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

(Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson)

I was really glad when they announced the movie would be in two parts because it would’ve sucked if they tried to cram everything into one film. This may in fact be my favourite Harry Potter movie to date. I wasn’t sure at first but the more I thought about it the more I loved it. It’s dark, it’s emotional, it’s intense and all three actors really shine in this film, especially Rupert. Fantastic job. I was kind of shocked by how amazing he was this time around. It was great to see the characters you’ve loved and thought you knew change before your eyes. This movie really made them seem real, more than ever before.  I felt so connected to them all throughout the movie. Cannot wait for Part 2!

How to Train Your Dragon

(Starring Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler and Christopher Mintz-Plasse)

This is one of the best animated kids movies I have ever seen! It’s even one of my new favourite over all movies of all time. The story is amazing. The characters are weird and hilarious. Also, come on, it’s about dragons! Who doesn’t like dragons? I was completely engorged in this movie from start to finish and when it was over I wanted to watch it again right away. It made me feel like a kid again…I really want a pet dragon.

Shutter Island

(Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo and Emily Mortimer)

This movie had a ton of hype around it for what seemed like forever. I remember when it finally came out in February and everyone was talking about it. For me the big shock at the end was not so shocking, I sort of had a good idea of what was going on about half way through. With that being said it didn’t stop me from being glued to the screen during its entirety or still loving when the big climax came around. Leonardo was the perfect choice for this role and it was so good seeing Mark Ruffalo by his side. I’ve always liked that guy. It’s suspenseful and mysterious and just a really good story. It’s a movie that will stick with you.

So, check these movies out before watching the upcoming Golden Globes and Academy Awards!

Shannon LintottShannon Lintott works in production at a professional theatre company in Toronto. A recent graduate of the Ryerson Performance Production BFA program, she spends her free time exploring the internet, taking photographs, reading or writing on one of her numerous and addictive websites. The majority of her time is spent watching movies and reviewing them on her movie review blog I Like (good) Movies. Follow Shannon on Twitter.

Golden Globe Nominations Announced!

Golden Globes Nominations, Golden Globes 2011The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced today by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Ricky Gervais will return to host the Golden Globes, airing living on January 16, 2011 on NBC.

Here are the nominees for the 2011 Golden Globe Awards!

1.    BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

a.    BLACK SWAN Protozoa Pictures & Cross Creek Pictures & Phoenix; Fox Searchlight Pictures
b.    THE FIGHTER  Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media; Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media
c.    INCEPTION  Warner Bros. Pictures UK LTD.; Warner Bros. Pictures
d.    THE KING’S SPEECH  See-Saw Films and Bedlam Productions; The Weinstein Company
e.    THE SOCIAL NETWORK  Columbia Pictures; Sony Pictures Releasing

2.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

a.    HALLE BERRY             FRANKIE AND ALICE
b.    NICOLE KIDMAN            RABBIT HOLE
c.    JENNIFER LAWRENCE        WINTER’S BONE
d.    NATALIE PORTMAN        BLACK SWAN
e.    MICHELLE WILLIAMS        BLUE VALENTINE

3.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

a.    JESSE EISENBERG        THE SOCIAL NETWORK
b.    COLIN FIRTH            THE KING’S SPEECH
c.    JAMES FRANCO            127 HOURS
d.    RYAN GOSLING    BLUE VALENTINE
e.    MARK WAHLBERG        THE FIGHTER

4.    BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    ALICE IN WONDERLAND Walt Disney Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
b.    BURLESQUE  Screen Gems; Sony Pictures Releasing
c.    THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT Antidote Films, Mandalay Vision, Gilbert Films; Focus Features
d.    RED di Bonaventura Pictures; Summit Entertainment
e.    THE TOURIST  GK Films; Sony Pictures Releasing

5.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    ANNETTE BENING        THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
b.    ANNE HATHAWAY        LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS
c.    ANGELINA JOLIE            THE TOURIST
d.    JULIANNE MOORE    THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
e.    EMMA STONE            EASY A

6.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    JOHNNY DEPP            ALICE IN WONDERLAND
b.    JOHNNY DEPP            THE TOURIST
c.    PAUL GIAMATTI            BARNEY’S VERSION
d.    JAKE GYLLENHAAL    LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS
e.    KEVIN SPACEY            CASINO JACK

7.    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM

a.    DESPICABLE ME Universal Pictures, Illumination Entertainment; Universal Pictures
b.    HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON DreamWorks Animation; Paramount Pictures
c.    THE ILLUSIONIST Django Films, Ciné B and France 3 Cinéma; Sony Pictures Classics
d.    TANGLED Walt Disney Animation Studios; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
e.    TOY STORY 3  Disney * Pixar; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

8.    BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

a.    BIUTIFUL                         (MEXICO/SPAIN)
b.    THE CONCERT                    (FRANCE)
c.    THE EDGE                         (RUSSIA)
d.    I AM LOVE                         (ITALY)
e.    IN A BETTER WORLD                (DENMARK)

9.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

a.    AMY ADAMS            THE FIGHTER
b.    HELENA BONHAM CARTER    THE KING’S SPEECH
c.    MILA KUNIS    BLACK SWAN
d.    MELISSA LEO             THE FIGHTER
e.    JACKI WEAVER            ANIMAL KINGDOM

10.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

a.    CHRISTIAN BALE    THE FIGHTER
b.    MICHAEL DOUGLAS      WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS
c.    ANDREW GARFIELD     THE SOCIAL NETWORK
d.    JEREMY RENNER    THE TOWN
e.    GEOFFREY RUSH    THE KING’S SPEECH

11.    BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE

a.    DARREN ARONOFSKY        BLACK SWAN
b.    DAVID FINCHER            THE SOCIAL NETWORK
c.    TOM HOOPER            THE KING’S SPEECH
d.    CHRISTOPHER NOLAN        INCEPTION
e.    DAVID O. RUSSELL        THE FIGHTER

12.    BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE

a.    DANNY BOYLE, SIMON BEAUFOY  127 HOURS
b.    LISA CHOLODENKO,  STUART BLUMBERG     THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT  
c.    CHRISTOPHER NOLAN        INCEPTION
d.    DAVID SEIDLER             THE KING’S SPEECH
e.    AARON SORKIN            THE SOCIAL NETWORK

13.    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – MOTION PICTURE

a.    ALEXANDRE DESPLAT        THE KING’S SPEECH
b.    DANNY ELFMAN            ALICE IN WONDERLAND
c.    A.R. RAHMAN            127 HOURS
d.    TRENT REZNOR, ATTICUS ROSS            THE SOCIAL NETWORK  
e.    HANS ZIMMER    INCEPTION

14.    BEST ORIGINAL SONG – MOTION PICTURE

a.    “BOUND TO YOU” — BURLESQUE Music by: Samuel Dixon Lyrics by: Christina Aguilera, Sia Furler
b.    “COMING HOME” — COUNTRY STRONG Music & Lyrics by: Bob DiPiero, Tom Douglas, Hillary Lindsey, Troy Verges
c.    “I SEE THE LIGHT” — TANGLED Music by: Alan Menken  Lyrics by: Glenn Slater
d.    “THERE’S A PLACE FOR US” — CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER Music & Lyrics by: Carrie Underwood, David Hodges, Hillary Lindsey 
e.    “YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LAST OF ME” — BURLESQUE Music & Lyrics by: Diane Warren

15.    BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

a.    BOARDWALK EMPIRE (HBO)
b.    DEXTER (SHOWTIME)
c.    THE GOOD WIFE (CBS)
d.    MAD MEN (AMC)
e.    THE WALKING DEAD (AMC)

16.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

a.    JULIANNA MARGULIES        THE GOOD WIFE
b.    ELISABETH MOSS            MAD MEN
c.    PIPER PERABO            COVERT AFFAIRS
d.    KATEY SAGAL            SONS OF ANARCHY
e.    KYRA SEDGWICK            THE CLOSER

17.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

a.    STEVE BUSCEMI            BOARDWALK EMPIRE
b.    BRYAN CRANSTON         BREAKING BAD
c.    MICHAEL C. HALL         DEXTER
d.    JON HAMM                MAD MEN
e.    HUGH LAURIE            HOUSE

18.    BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    30 ROCK (NBC) 
b.    THE BIG BANG THEORY (CBS) Warner Bros. Television
c.    THE BIG C (SHOWTIME)
d.    GLEE (FOX)
e.    MODERN FAMILY (ABC)
f.    NURSE JACKIE (SHOWTIME)

19.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES –COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    TONI COLLETTE            UNITED STATES OF TARA
b.    EDIE FALCO            NURSE JACKIE
c.    TINA FEY                30 ROCK
d.    LAURA LINNEY            THE BIG C
e.    LEA MICHELE            GLEE

20.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

a.    ALEC BALDWIN            30 ROCK
b.    STEVE CARELL            THE OFFICE
c.    THOMAS JANE            HUNG
d.    MATTHEW MORRISON        GLEE
e.    JIM PARSONS            THE BIG BANG THEORY

21.    BEST MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

a.    CARLOS (SUNDANCE CHANNEL)
b.    THE PACIFIC (HBO)
c.    PILLARS OF THE EARTH (STARZ)
d.    TEMPLE GRANDIN (HBO)
e.    YOU DON’T KNOW JACK (HBO)

22.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

a.    HAYLEY ATWELL            PILLARS OF THE EARTH
b.    CLAIRE DANES            TEMPLE GRANDIN
c.    JUDI DENCH            RETURN TO CRANFORD
d.    ROMOLA GARAI            EMMA
e.    JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT    THE CLIENT LIST

23.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

a.    IDRIS ELBA                LUTHER
b.    IAN MCSHANE            PILLARS OF THE EARTH
c.    AL PACINO                YOU DON’T KNOW JACK
d.    DENNIS QUAID            THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
e.    EDGAR RAMIREZ            CARLOS

24.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

a.    HOPE DAVIS            THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
b.    JANE LYNCH            GLEE
c.    KELLY MACDONALD        BOARDWALK EMPIRE
d.    JULIA STILES            DEXTER
e.    SOFIA VERGARA            MODERN FAMILY

25.    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

a.    SCOTT CAAN            HAWAII FIVE-O
b.    CHRIS COLFER            GLEE
c.    CHRIS NOTH            THE GOOD WIFE
d.    ERIC STONESTREET        MODERN FAMILY
e.    DAVID STRATHAIRN        TEMPLE GRANDIN