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Meryl Streep's Cecil B. deMille Award Acceptance Speech
Every year on Golden Globes Eve the directors of this year's Globes nominated Foreign Language Films get together to sit down and talk about their films, work, and art. This year the directors of Elle (Paul Verhoeven), Divines (Uda Benyamina), Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade), Neruda (Pablo Larrain), and The Salesman (Asghar Farhadi) all joined our panel discussion, and we are delighted they took a few minutes to talk to us before this year's Golden Globes.#goldenglobes

Foreign Film Nominees Join Together For A Symposium on Golden Globes Eve
On Wed Jan 4, 2017 this year's Host of the Golden Globe Awards Jimmy Fallon joined HFPA President Lorenzo Soria, CEO at Dick Clark Productions & Executive Producer of the Golden Globes Allen Shapiro, VP of Television at Dick Clark Productions & Executive Producer of the Golden Globes Barry Adelman, and this year's Miss Golden Globe Trio Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Stallone to kick off the 74th #GoldenGlobes with the year's Red Carpet Rollout!

Jimmy Fallon's Red Carpet Rollout
The nominations for the 74th Golden Globe Awards. Announced Dec 12, 2016 by Anna Kendrick, Laura Dern, and Don Cheadle.#goldenglobes

74th Golden Globe Awards Nominations
For their new film "Bleed For This", Miles Teller and Aaron Eckhart had to get into the headspace of the story of real life five time world champion boxer Vinny Pazienza. For Miles Teller this meant getting into prime, physical "Boxer Shape" to play a character with the physical accumen to accomplish such a feat. Bolstered by the raw determination of a character who refused to let a potentially life-threatening injury stop him from acheiving his dreams, Aaron Eckhart is quick to point out the raw and primal forces of the film, that of self-protection and survival. These couple to create a powerful tour-de-force of drama and a boxing film that takes the physical toll of the sport to the limit.

Dreams, Hard Work, and Survival Instinct Drive Miles Teller and Aaron Eckhart in “Bleed for This”
Mel Gibson's new film "Hacksaw Ridge" tells the story of real life soldier Desmond Doss and his uncompromising work to remain himself in the most trying of time. Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn, Mel Gibson, and more talk about what it inspired them about the film. For Garfield, it was getting to work with a director who let him fully subsume his character's headspace; for Gibson it was getting to tell the true story of a man who refused to kill and yet would put his life on the line over and over again. Together, these two artists came together to tell a powerful story of one man's struggle to find sanity amidst the chaos and carnage of war.

Mel Gibson, Andrew Garfield, and the stars "Hacksaw Ridge" Talk About the Power of Desmond Doss
In the aftermath of the 2016 Presidential Election, celebrities descended upon West Hollywood to celebrate a the unveiling of this year's Miss Golden Globe. For the announcement, Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin shared the stage with their three daughters: Scarlet, Sophia, and Sistine, the trio selected for Miss Golden Globe. Stallone called it a real source of pride to be able to kick off the award season with his family. We managed to catch up with Jessica Chastain, Marion Cotillard, Christian Slater, and more on the Red Carpet as they arrived at the night's party.

This Year's Miss Golden Globe Trio Celebrates A Night of Family and Pride
Mad Mikkelsen is no stranger to playing evil, villainous characters. He played the villainous Le Chiffre in the James bond film "Casino Royale" and the titular character in the television series "Hannibal". Now he Kaecilius in Marvel's newest film "Doctor Strange". As he reveals in our interview with him, he's a big Marvel fan, reading the comics when he was young, and seeing all the films as they come out. You can hear the excitement in his voice, "51 and swinging a knife around" as he puts it. But even with all the visual effects, stunt training, and big, multiverse threatening stakes of the film, he makes sure to treat it like the small films he has spent his career doing. He also speaks briefly about what it was like to work on the upcoming Star Wars film "Rogue One".

Mega-Fan Mads Mikkelsen Joins the Marvel Universe in “Dr. Strange”
After seven seasons of The Walking Dead, the survivors have finally met their match in the series' new and sadistic Big Bad: Negan (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan).Morgan calls the role "the most fun role" and "the hardest work" he's ever had to do. Ever. In our interview with him, he also discusses the challenges with making a character so outwardly villainous sympathetic and charismatic and his attempts to seduce viewers into a "love to hate him" mentality.We also spoke with Andrew Lincoln, who, now a seven year veteran of the show talks about his character Rick's mental state going into his first confrontation with Negan and how every day for Rick is a a new challenge given that the world has ended.

Andrew Lincoln & Jeffery Dean Morgan on Men Changed By Their Environment in The Walking Dead
In preparation for the new film "American Pastoral", director Ewan McGregor (best known for his acting) would sit down with star Jennifer Connelly and the other actors to rehearse and figure out the best possible version of the scene they were working on, opening themselves up to options they hadn't previously considered. Given that he is best known as an actor, this is no surprise. As this is his first time behind the camera, McGregor focused on what he knows: a good performance in a good film.The film itself, based on the novel of the same name by Phillip Roth, drew McGregor in based on his parenting four children. Given that he has been attached to this project for nearabouts twenty years, it must be tremendously exciting to see his years of waiting come to fruition.

Ewan McGregor Brings a Twenty Year Project To Life in “American Pastoral”
Jonas Cuaron's (Gravity) new film Desierto is a horror-action film about migration and societal fear and anxiety towards immigrants and foreigners. Although he had the idea for the film ten years ago, it wasn't until he realized he could wed it to a genre (in this case: action-horror) to better layers in the subtext of his film's message and themes. Paired with Gael Garcia Bernal, the two use the film to comment on one of America's biggest hot-button issues of the past eighteen months.

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