Angelina Jolie

“Unacceptable” Ricky Gervais to host 2012 Golden Globes again

It looks like all you have to do is insult people, step on toes and ruffle a few feathers to get a returning gig on the Golden Globes. Ricky Gervias will return to host the 2012 Golden Globes for a third time despite the comedian’s stint in 2011 described as “totally unacceptable” by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

In his 2011 turn, the British comedian fired barbs at Charlie Sheen, Bruce Willis, Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Tom Cruise and others. The creator of the TV show “The Office” made it quite clear that he did not expect to be invited back.

After learning of his reappointment Wednesday night, Gervias tweeted that he had asked Oscars host Billy Crystal not to use all his best Holocaust and pedophilia jokes before he has a chance to deliver them. Gervais added “It’s gonna be biblical!”

Gervais may have upset some celebrities and members of the HFPA, but he also received enthusiastic backing from NBC, which screens the Golden Globe ceremony.

While Gervais’ 2011 performance was deemed controversial, it was also judged by critics to be a success.

The 69th annual Golden Globes awards will be held on Jan.15 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.

Brad Pitt is considering marrying baby mama Angelina Jolie.

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

The “Tree of Life” star says that he and his “Kung Fu Panda 2″ star partner are thinking about tying the knot because their kids are asking about it. The 47-year-old actor, who was infamously quoted that he and Angie won’t marry unless gay people could marry legally, now admits that the idea isn’t too farfetched.

He told USA Weekend in an interview, “The kids ask about marriage. It’s meaning more and more to them. So it’s something we’ve got to look at.” Brad also says that he worries about the safety of his children with Angelina, saying his fears “keep me up at night.”
Being the children of a Hollywood power couple, the Jolie-Pitt kids –adopted kids Maddox, Pax and Zahara, and biological children Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne – are constantly followed by cameras. Brad admits that they are “hunted,” but he is fine with that.
He said, “Our kids have to live behind a gate. Outside, there are people with cameras. But I’ll take the trade-off. I never knew I was capable of experiencing so much love.”
Still, Brangelina, as Brad and Angelina are often called, try to give their children normal lives.
“Angie and I do everything we can to carve out some semblance of normalcy for them, to recreate the kinds of moments that were special for us. It’s not unusual for the kids to be covered in paint. We have mud fights. It’s chaos from morning until the lights go out, and sometimes after that.”
And while raising children is a demanding job, Brad says he and Angelina “demand” to have their time alone together.
“There are no secrets at our house. We tell the kids, ‘Mom and Dad are going off to kiss.’ They go, ‘Eww, gross!’ But we demand it.”

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has his eyes on Grammy-winning singer Lady Gaga. The “Inglourious Basterds” director is reportedly crazy about Gaga, apparently desperate for her to star in his next film.

According to the Daily Mirror, Quentin is keen to work more closely with the singer. Upon learning that they are both in Cannes, he is making sure that he impresses her with her A-list pals.

An insider told the tabloid, “It’s no secret Quentin’s been eyeing up Gaga for a role in one of his up-and-coming films. And now they’re both in Cannes, he’s keen to show off his movie star credentials.”

He introduced her to his pals Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, knowing that Gaga is a big fan of the Hollywood power couple.

“Tarantino knows Gaga’s a big fan of Brangelina. When she heard they were both in Cannes, too, she mentioned that she’d love to have them come and watch the show. So Quentin gave his pal Brad a bell to ask the couple to join them,” the source said.

“As one fiery woman to another, Gaga’s always been really into Ange and she thinks glamorous location of Cannes is just the place for them to get pally.”

Quentin has recently said that his next movie will be titled “Django Unchained,” which will star Will Smith. Whether he has a part already written for Gaga in the film or in any of his upcoming projects is still unknown.

Angelina Jolie is to become the face of fashion house Louis Vuitton

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie

The ‘Tourist’ actress – who raises six children Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh, four and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with actor Brad Pitt – has reportedly signed a high profile, print-only deal with the French brand.

According to E! News, the deal would see Angelina earn “close to $6 million” for the modelling contract.

The 35-year-old beauty – who has recently launched a jewellery line – would be following in the footsteps of Madonna and Jennifer Lopez, who have both modelled for Louis Vuitton in the past.

Angelina has previously revealed she loves letting her children dress however they want, and defended her daughter Shiloh who is often pictured wearing boy’s clothes.

She said: “Children should be allowed to express themselves in whatever way they wish without anybody judging them because it is an important part of their growth.

“I think Shiloh is fascinating, the choices she is making. And I would never be the kind of parent to force somebody to be something they are not. I think that is just bad parenting.”

Lady Gaga Was 2010′s Magazine Cover Bestseller.

Lady Gaga Was 2010's Magazine Cover Bestseller.

Lady Gaga Was 2010's Magazine Cover Bestseller.

Lady Gaga Was 2010′s Magazine Cover Bestseller. Lady Gaga was the past year’s safest bet for magazine editors. The Grammy Award-winning hitmaker sold the most issues of magazines in 2010, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. The numbers, obtained by our source, did not cover the whole year, but just until November for Conde Nast magazines and October for Hearst titles. But through the end of September, it was clearly Gaga’s year on print as she sold the most issues for magazines she graced the cover on. She was Rolling Stone’s top-selling issue when she appeared on its July 8 cover in a thong with two automatic weapons. It sold 245,000 copies, nearly three times better than its 2010 average. She was also Cosmopolitan’s top seller, selling 1.7 million copies during its April issue.”The Fame” hitmaker’s September cover was the second bestseller of Vanity Fair, behind only Angelina Jolie, selling 450,000 copies, which is more than 80,000 better than its average. Elle magazine also scored its third bestseller of the year through October when they featured the singer on their January cover. Our source also reports that Rihanna was a newsstand hit. Her GQ magazine January cover became the second bestseller of the year through November, while her August Seventeen cover was the top seller through the end of October. However, the “Only Girl (In the World)” singer underperformed when her July Elle cover sold just 285,000 copies, a little below average for the magazine. Meanwhile, it was an unfortunate issue for the magazines who chose Taylor Swift to grace their cover. The country pop sweetheart gave Elle magazine its worst selling issue of the year when she appeared on its April cover. Her Glamour cover for November didn’t also work. It was the magazine’s second worst seller, while her July Marie Claire cover was the third worst for the magazine.

Johnny Depp Voted The #1 Money-Making Star Of 2010.

Johnny Depp Voted The #1 Money-Making Star Of 2010.

Johnny Depp Voted The #1 Money-Making Star Of 2010.

Johnny Depp Voted The #1 Money-Making Star Of 2010.   After starring in one of the biggest box-office hits of the year, Johnny Depp was voted the #1 Money-Making Star of 2010. Voted on by motion picture exhibitors, this was the third year Depp was considered the star responsible for bring the most people into theaters.  Depp starred in this year’s “Alice in Wonderland,” which earned over $1 billion at the global box office, while “The Tourist” with Angelina Jolie has pulled in about $77 million at the box-office world-wide. It’s the third year Depp has come in at #1 on the poll, which has been conducted each year since 1932. Depp also topped the list in 2006 and 2007, when “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” were among the biggest box-office hits of the year. Next year, he’ll voice the animated comedy “Rango” and star in the fourth installment in the “Pirates” series, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” affording him the chance to come in at #1 yet again. His “Tourist” co-star Angelina Jolie comes in at #2 on the list. Along with “The Tourist,” she also led “Salt” to a gross of $293 million worldwide. Robert Downey, Jr. is at #3, thanks to his work in “Iron Man 2” and “Due Date,” while Matt Damon scores the #4 spot for “Green Zone,” “Hereafter,” and “True Grit.” At #5 on the list is Steve Carell, who starred in “Date Night,” “Dinner for Schmucks,” and voice Gru in the Universal hit “Despicable Me,” while Tom Hanks scored #6 for his voice work in “Toy Story 3” alone.
Top Ten Money-Making Stars of 2010:

1. Johnny Depp

2. Angelina Jolie

3. Robert Downey, Jr.

4. Matt Damon

5. Steve Carell

6. Tom Hanks

7. Denzel Washington

8. Leonardo DiCaprio

9. George Clooney

10. Anne Hathaway

Michelle Obama Top Choice As Ideal 2011 Red Carpet Celebrity.

Michelle Obama Top Choice As Ideal 2011 Red Carpet Celebrity.

Michelle Obama Top Choice As Ideal 2011 Red Carpet Celebrity.

Michelle Obama Top Choice As Ideal 2011 Red Carpet Celebrity.  First Lady Michelle Obama is the top choice of professional event planners to walk the red carpet at an event in 2011, according to a new survey conducted by BizBash. She beats Lady Gaga, Angelina Jolie, and even ex-President Bill Clinton and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in the list. Mrs. Obama was chosen over a list of celebrities in the survey, which asked readers their top choice to walk the red carpet at one of their events in the coming year. The First Lady garnered 25 percent of the votes. Following her is Clinton, who took 13 percent, while Palin got 2 percent at 10th place. BizBash editor-in-chief Chad Kaydo said, “I suspect our readers choose the first lady because of her personal style, but also because she has an authenticity about the projects that she gets behind.”   “If you saw her at an event, you would feel she genuinely believed in its purpose. And unlike Jersey cast, she doesn’t go wherever she can pick up a check.” Rounding up the top 5 are Lady Gaga, Betty White and Angelina Jolie. BizBash publishes magazines and websites, as well as produces trade shows for the event industry. The top 10 celebrities professional event planners want for their party:

1.Michelle Obama (25%)
2.Bill Clinton (13%)
3.Lady Gaga (12%)
4.Betty White (9%)
5.Angelina Jolie (8%)
6.Kim Kardashian (6%)
7.Katy Perry and Russell Brand (5%)
8.James Franco (4%)
9.”Gossip Girl” cast (3%)
10.Sarah Palin (2%)
11.tie – The Jonas Brothers and “Jersey Shore” cast (1%)

Chelsea Handler Loses Jennifer Aniston’s Friendship By Trashing Angelina Jolie In Public.

Chelsea Handler Loses Jennifer Aniston's Friendship By Trashing Angelina Jolie In Public.

Chelsea Handler Loses Jennifer Aniston's Friendship By Trashing Angelina Jolie In Public.

Chelsea Handler Loses Jennifer Aniston’s Friendship By Trashing Angelina Jolie In Public. If Chelsea Handler was looking to make pal Jennifer Aniston proud by trashing Angelina Jolie in public, she was gravely mistaken. The comedian’s tirade against the “Salt” star has apparently caused her the “Friends” actress’ friendship as Jennifer now keeps her at an arm’s length. Just days after Jennifer and Chelsea were seen spending Thanksgiving in Mexico, Chelsea called Angelina a “home wrecking whore” and a “f****** b****” among many others during a performance. She explained that her diatribe had nothing to do with Jen, saying she has been making fun of Angelina since the former goth child kissed her own brother on a red carpet. Still, Jennifer thinks that she needs to distance herself from the “Chelsea Lately” host. A friend of Chelsea told our source, “Jen and Chelsea haven’t officially fallen out but they certainly won’t be going on vacation together for a long time unless Chelsea promises never to talk about Angelina again. She understands what Chelsea did was out of loyalty, but it didn’t help. In fact, it made things worse.”Because Jen is a “very private person,” she didn’t appreciate her friend airing her feeling in public. “It’s one thing to crash Angelina in private; it’s another to do it in public,” a friend of Jennifer told our source. “Chelsea should have known better and is feeling Jen’s cold shoulder for her mistake.”

“The King’s Speech,” “Glee” Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

"The King's Speech," "Glee" Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

"The King's Speech," "Glee" Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

“The King’s Speech,” “Glee” Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations. The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations are in and there are some surprises. While “The King’s Speech” earned the most nods with 7, including Best Picture, recent critically-panned fare like “Burlesque” and “The Tourist” also earned Best Picture nominations. “The King’s Speech,” the latest award-baiting Colin Firth drama, earned nods for Best Picture – Drama, Best Actor – Drama for Firth, Best Supporting Actor for Geoffrey Rush, Best Supporting Actress for Helena Bonham Carter, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Original Score. The David Fincher-directed Facebook drama “The Social Network” and the Mark Wahlberg-starring “The Fighter” trailed with six nods each. “The Social Network” also included nods for stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, while “The Fighter” picked up acting nominations Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo. The surprises come in the varied Best Picture – Musical or Comedy category, which honored the polarizing “Alice in Wonderland” remake, the acclaimed “The Kids Are All Right,” the Bruce Willis-starring “Red,” and the recently panned “Burlesque” and “The Tourist.” Is this a clever way to ensure “The Kids Are All Right” the win? Johnny Depp is also a double-nominee this year in the Best Actor – Musical or Comedy category, where he’s being honored for his turn as the Mad Hatter in “Alice in Wonderland,” and for “The Tourist.” Angelina Jolie picked up a nomination is the Best Actress – Musical or Comedy category, as did Emma Stone for “Easy A.” On the television front, “Glee” was the front-runner, earning five nominations, including Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy, and acting nods for Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, and Chris Colfer.   Eight other shows, including “Modern Family,” “30 Rock,” “Mad Men,” “Boardwalk Empire,” and “Dexter,” all scored three nominations each.
68th Annual Golden Globes Nominees:
MOTION PICTURES

Best Picture — Drama

Black Swan

The Fighter

Inception

The King’s Speech

The Social Network

Best Picture — Musical or Comedy

Alice in Wonderland

Burlesque

The Kids Are All Right

Red

The Tourist

Best Actor — Drama

Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network

Colin Firth, The King’s Speech

James Franco, 127 Hours

Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine

Mark Wahlberg, The Fighter

Best Actress — Drama

Halle Berry, Frankie and Alice

Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole

Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone

Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine

Best Actor — Musical or Comedy

Johnny Depp, Alice in Wonderland

Johnny Depp, The Tourist

Paul Giamatti, Barney’s Version

Jake Gyllenhaal, Love and Other Drugs

Kevin Spacey, Casino Jack

Best Actress — Musical or Comedy

Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right

Anne Hathaway, Love and Other Drugs

Angelina Jolie, The Tourist

Julianne Moore, The Kids Are All Right

Emma Stone, Easy A

Best Supporting Actor

Christian Bale, The Fighter

Michael Douglas, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Andrew Garfield, The Social Network

Jeremy Renner, The Town

Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech

Best Supporting Actress

Amy Adams, The Fighter

Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech

Mila Kunis, Black Swan

Melissa Leo, The Fighter

Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom

Best Director

Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan

David Fincher, The Social Network

Tom Hooper, The King’s Speech

Christopher Nolan, Inception

David O. Russell, The Fighter

Best Screenplay

127 Hours, Simon Beaufoy and Danny Boyle

Inception, Christopher Nolan

The Kids Are All Right, Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg

The King’s Speech, David Seidler

The Social Network, Aaron Sorkin

Best Original Song

“Bound to You,” Burlesque (performed by Christina Aguilera; written by Samuel Dixon, Christina Aguilera and Sia Furler)

“Coming Home,” Country Strong (performed by Gwyneth Paltrow; written by Bob PiPiero, Tom Douglas, Hillary Lindsey, Troy Verges)

“I See the Light,” Tangled (performed by Mandy Moore & Zachary Levi; written by Alan Menken & Glenn Slater)

“There’s a Place For Us,” The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (performed by Carrie Underwood; written by Carrie Underwood, David Hodges, Hillary Lindsey)

“You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me Yet,” Burlesque (performed by Cher; written by Diane Warren)

Best Original Score

Inception, Hans Zimmer

The King’s Speech, Alexandre Desplat

The Social Network, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Alice in Wonderland, Danny Elfman

127 Hours, A.R. Rahman

Best Foreign Language Film

Biutiful

The Concert

The Edge

I Am Love

In a Better World

Best Animated Feature

Despicable Me

How to Train Your Dragon

The Illusionist

Tangled

Toy Story 3

TELEVISION

Best TV Series — Drama

Boardwalk Empire

Dexter

The Good Wife

Mad Men

The Walking Dead

Best TV Series — Musical or Comedy

30 Rock

The Big Bang Theory

The Big C

Glee

Modern Family

Nurse Jackie

Best Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Carlos

The Pacific

The Pillars of the Earth

Temple Grandin

You Don’t Know Jack

Best Actor — Drama

Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Michael C. Hall, Dexter

Jon Hamm, Mad Men

Hugh Laurie, House M.D.

Best Actress — Drama

Elizabeth Moss, Mad Men

Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

Piper Perabo, Covert Affairs

Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy

Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

Best Actor — Musical or Comedy

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

Steve Carell, The Office

Thomas Jane, Hung

Matthew Morrison, Glee

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Thoery

Best Actress — Musical or Comedy

Toni Collette, United States of Tara

Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

Tina Fey, 30 Rock

Laura Linney, The Big C

Lea Michele, Glee

Best Actor — Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Idris Elba, Luther

Ian McShane, Pillars of the Earth

Al Pacino, You Don’t Know Jack

Dennis Quaid, The Special Relationship

Edgar Ramirez, Carlos

Best Actress — Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Hayley Atwell, Pillars of the Earth

Claire Danes, Temple Grandin

Judi Dench, Return to Cranford

Romola Garai, Emma

Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Client List

Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie

Scott Caan, Hawaii Five-0

Chris Colfer, Glee

Chris Noth, The Good Wife

David Strathairn, Temple Grandin

Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

Best Supporting Actress in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie

Hope Davis, The Special Relationship

Jane Lynch, Glee

Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire

Julia Stiles, Dexter

Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

The Tourist Gets 3 Golden Globes Nods Despite Poor Reviews

The Tourist Gets 3 Golden Globes Nods Despite Poor Reviews

The Tourist Gets 3 Golden Globes Nods Despite Poor Reviews

“The Tourist” Gets 3 Golden Globes Nods Despite Poor Reviews.  Moviegoers and critics weren’t convinced, but apparently, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is no match for the combined star power of Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp. Despite being critically panned and getting a mediocre box office debut, “The Tourist” earned three Golden Globe Awards nominations. ”The Tourist,” which garnered poor reviews, opened at second place with a disappointing $17 million at the box office this weekend. Still, that didn’t deter the film to score three nominations for the upcoming Golden Globes. It is up for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical against “Red,” “The Kids Are All Right,” “Burlesque,” and another Depp film “Alice in Wonderland.” Jolie and Depp are also both up for an acting trophy for the Comedy or Musical category. Depp has two entries for the Best Performance by an Actor – Comedy or Musical category. The other one is for “Alice in Wonderland.” To be fair to Jolie and Depp, the film was criticized for its slow plot and the lack of chemistry between the stars, but their acting wasn’t made an issue. However, many are stumped by the film’s nomination for Best Motion Picture, and in the comedy or musical no less. Still, it’s in good company. “Burlesque” and “Red” were also critically bashed and have had so-so performance at the box office.  The 68th Golden Globe Awards will be presented on January 16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California.
The complete list of nominees:

BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

•BLACK SWAN
•THE FIGHTER
•INCEPTION
•THE KING’S SPEECH
•THE SOCIAL NETWORK
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

•HALLE BERRY, FRANKIE AND ALICE
•NICOLE KIDMAN, RABBIT HOLE
•JENNIFER LAWRENCE, WINTER’S BONE
•NATALIE PORTMAN, BLACK SWAN
•MICHELLE WILLIAMS, BLUE VALENTINE
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

•JESSE EISENBERG, THE SOCIAL NETWORK
•COLIN FIRTH, THE KING’S SPEECH
•JAMES FRANCO, 127 HOURS
•RYAN GOSLING, BLUE VALENTINE
•MARK WAHLBERG, THE FIGHTER
BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•ALICE IN WONDERLAND
•BURLESQUE
•THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
•RED
•THE TOURIST
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•ANNETTE BENING, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
•ANNE HATHAWAY, LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS
•ANGELINA JOLIE, THE TOURIST
•JULIANNE MOORE, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
•EMMA STONE, EASY A
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•JOHNNY DEPP, ALICE IN WONDERLAND
•JOHNNY DEPP, THE TOURIST
•PAUL GIAMATTI, BARNEY’S VERSION
•JAKE GYLLENHAAL, LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS
•KEVIN SPACEY, CASINO JACK
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM

•DESPICABLE ME
•HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
•THE ILLUSIONIST
•TANGLED
•TOY STORY 3
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

•BIUTIFUL (MEXICO/SPAIN)
•THE CONCERT (FRANCE)
•THE EDGE (RUSSIA)
•I AM LOVE (ITALY)
•IN A BETTER WORLD (DENMARK)
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

•AMY ADAMS, THE FIGHTER
•HELENA BONHAM CARTER, THE KING’S SPEECH
•MILA KUNIS, BLACK SWAN
•MELISSA LEO, THE FIGHTER
•JACKI WEAVER, ANIMAL KINGDOM
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

•CHRISTIAN BALE, THE FIGHTER
•MICHAEL DOUGLAS, WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS
•ANDREW GARFIELD, THE SOCIAL NETWORK
•JEREMY RENNER, THE TOWN
•GEOFFREY RUSH, THE KING’S SPEECH
BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE

•DARREN ARONOFSKY, BLACK SWAN
•DAVID FINCHER, THE SOCIAL NETWORK
•TOM HOOPER, THE KING’S SPEECH
•CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, INCEPTION
•DAVID O. RUSSELL, THE FIGHTER
BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE

•DANNY BOYLE, 127 HOURS
•LISA CHOLODENKO, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
•CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, INCEPTION
•DAVID SEIDLER, THE KING’S SPEECH
•AARON SORKIN, THE SOCIAL NETWORK
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – MOTION PICTURE

•ALEXANDRE DESPLAT, THE KING’S SPEECH
•DANNY ELFMAN, ALICE IN WONDERLAND
•A.R. RAHMAN, 127 HOURS
•TRENT REZNOR, THE SOCIAL NETWORK
•HANS ZIMMER, INCEPTION
BEST ORIGINAL SONG – MOTION PICTURE

•“BOUND TO YOU” — BURLESQUE
•“COMING HOME” — COUNTRY STRONG
•“I SEE THE LIGHT” — TANGLED
•“THERE’S A PLACE FOR US” — CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER
•“YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LAST OF ME” — BURLESQUE
BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

•BOARDWALK EMPIRE
•DEXTER
•THE GOOD WIFE
•MAD MEN
•THE WALKING DEAD
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

•JULIANNA MARGULIES, THE GOOD WIFE
•ELISABETH MOSS, MAD MEN
•PIPER PERABO, COVERT AFFAIRS
•KATEY SAGAL, SONS OF ANARCHY
•KYRA SEDGWICK, THE CLOSER
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

•STEVE BUSCEMI, BOARDWALK EMPIRE
•BRYAN CRANSTON, BREAKING BAD
•MICHAEL C. HALL, DEXTER
•JON HAMM, MAD MEN
•HUGH LAURIE, HOUSE
BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•30 ROCK.
•THE BIG BANG THEORY
•THE BIG C
•GLEE
•MODERN FAMILY
•NURSE JACKIE (SHOWTIME)
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES –COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•TONI COLLETTE, UNITED STATES OF TARA
•EDIE FALCO, NURSE JACKIE
•TINA FEY, 30 ROCK
•LAURA LINNEY, THE BIG C
•LEA MICHELE, GLEE
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

•ALEC BALDWIN, 30 ROCK
•STEVE CARELL, THE OFFICE
•THOMAS JANE, HUNG
•MATTHEW MORRISON, GLEE
•JIM PARSONS, THE BIG BANG THEORY
BEST MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

•CARLOS
•THE PACIFIC
•PILLARS OF THE EARTH
•TEMPLE GRANDIN
•YOU DON’T KNOW JACK
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

•HAYLEY ATWELL, PILLARS OF THE EARTH
•CLAIRE DANES, TEMPLE GRANDIN
•JUDI DENCH, RETURN TO CRANFORD
•ROMOLA GARAI, EMMA
•JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT, THE CLIENT LIST
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

•IDRIS ELBA, LUTHER
•IAN MCSHANE, PILLARS OF THE EARTH
•AL PACINO, YOU DON’T KNOW JACK
•DENNIS QUAID, THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
•EDGAR RAMIREZ, CARLOS
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

•HOPE DAVIS, THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
•JANE LYNCH, GLEE
•KELLY MACDONALD, BOARDWALK EMPIRE
•JULIA STILES, DEXTER
•SOFIA VERGARA, MODERN FAMILY
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

•SCOTT CAAN, HAWAII FIVE-O
•CHRIS COLFER, GLEE
•CHRIS NOTH, THE GOOD WIFE
•ERIC STONESTREET, MODERN FAMILY
•DAVID STRATHAIRN, TEMPLE GRANDIN

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