Jump to content
Forum Cinema em Cena
Sign in to follow this  
Flavio Mariano

Globo de Ouro de 2007

Recommended Posts

Vou postar quem eu acho que ganhe e, pra quem estou torcendo!

 

Filme Drama:
Vai ganhar: Os Infiltrados

Torço por: Os Infiltrados ou A Rainha

Filme Musical/Comédia:
Vai Ganhar: Dreamgirls

Torço por: Little Miss Sunshine

Diretor:
Vai ganhar: Martin Scorsese - Os Infiltrados

Torço por: Marty ou Clint!

Ator Drama:
Vai ganhar: Forrest Whitaker - O Ultimo Rei da Escócia

Torço por: Peter O'Toole - Vênus
Obs: Deixo registrada a minha indignação com a indicação de Will Smith.


Ator Musical/Comédia:
Vai ganhar: Sacha Baron Cohen - Borat

Torço por: Qualquer um, pois é mais um que pode tirar Smith do Oscar06

Atriz Drama:
Vai ganhar: Helen Mirren - A Rainha

Torço por: não vai adiantar fazer torçida.

Atriz Musical/Comédia:
Vai ganhar: Meryl Streep - O Diabo Veste Prada

Torço por: Toni Collette ou Meryl Streep

Ator Coadjuvante:
Vai ganhar: Brad Pitt - Babel

Torço por: Nicholson - Os Infiltrados

Obs: registro aqui, mais uma vez, minha indignação.

Atriz Coadjuvante:
Vai ganhar: Jennifer Hudson - Dreamgirls

Torço por: parece que não adianta fazer torçida aqui também.

Roteiro:
Vai ganhar: A Rainha

Torço por: Os Infiltrados

Trilha Sonora:
Vai ganhar: Babel

Torço por: Fonte da Vida

Canção:
Vai ganhar: "Listen" - Dreamgirls

Torço por: não escutei nenhuma.

Animação:
Vai ganhar: Happy Feet

Torço por: Happy Feet

Filme Estrangeiro:
Vai ganhar: Letters from Iwo Jima (EUA/Japan)

Torço por: Volver (Espanha)
MERI BRASIL2006-12-15 10:26:44

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Reações dos indicados: in English. 03

 

 

 

Penelope Cruz, drama actress, film "Volver": "Wow, I feel so excited,

I cried so much when I heard my name because I was trying not to think

about it for a month. Everyone is telling you not to think about it,

but it's hard. Pedro [Almodovar] has made an amazing movie and it's

very special that it happened on a Pedro movie because he's a very

special person in my life.

 

 

 

Dolce & Gabbana threw me a party until three in the morning so I

haven't slept since last night. But I didn't drink because if I did I

wouldn't be able to wake up.

 

 

 

I'm going to Spain next week to celebrate with my family. This is the

first time it's happened to a woman from my country. I found out in a

hotel bedroom, on a bed with 15 people, eating pancakes!"

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

 

"When Harvey and I had met in a restaurant, he said he had something

for me, typical Harvey," said Bryan Adams, whose contribution to the

"Bobby" soundtrack earned him a nom for original song. "I had to think

about what kind of music would be appropriate and the only thing I

could think of would be a hymn. I wrote it in the Caribbean, while I

was visiting these little churches. What occurred to me while I was

down there was the devotion these people have to God and their faith. I

think after witnessing such a horrible thing (RFK's death), you have to

search inside for solace, and if you believe in something, your faith

will get you through it."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

 

"Babel" composer Gustavo Santaolalla, who won the score Oscar for

"Brokeback Mountain" and the song Globe last year, said he is thrilled

to be part of a new generation of film composers. "I'm a big fan of

(fellow nominees) Clint Mansell and Carlos Siliotto. Movie music is

moving beyond the traditional and it's wonderful that it's being

appreciated," Santaolalla said from his native Argentina, where he was

finishing several projects and getting started on Walter Salles'

version of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Kate Winslet, actress nominee for "Little Children": "My husband

[director Sam Mendes] and I were dropping my son off at preschool, I

switched my phone off in a classroom full of 3-year olds, the second I

turned the phone on it was Sam, screaming congratulations. It's so

great -- you never get used to this stuff. We will probably have a

quiet little celebration at home, some champagne. I have to be honest,

it feels really special, this film consumed me so completely.

 

 

 

I was surprised and overwhelmed to see the best picture nom. This is a

film that was really really tough to make because of the subject and

the characters we had to play. I'm a little bit speechless -- it's

great to get the screenplay nomination.

 

 

 

This is an extraordinary role for a woman to play. I love and prefer

playing characters who are less than pretty, it's much more interesting

when you look like crap, it's much more fun than looking great and

oddly less pressure -- that's who the character is; make her look

worse, bigger hair, bushier brows, no makeup.

 

 

 

I have so much respect for Todd Field and the whole experience of

making the film has been such an inspiration, it's an emotional

relationship drama, films like that don't often hang around and I'm so

proud it's holding its own against some brilliant movies. I'm so

grateful to the HFPA for recognizing a film this dark and challenging

and I'm unbelievebaly happy."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, film director, "Babel": "I am thrilled. I

was at a party and I arrived at my house at 5:30 and was surprised to

find my wife watching TV. When I heard my name I couldn't believe it. I

wasn't expecting her to be up watching TV, but my wife jumped up and

gave me a hug and I couldn't understand what was happening. This has

been such a huge journey and a huge challenge that we've confronted.

It's a blessing, it's a gift. I am honestly humbled. I never expected

such recognition. I am so excited, I am shaking. I am really thrilled

by it."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

 

Speaking with the aid of an interpreter, "Babel's" other supporting

actress nominee, Rinko Kikuchi, confessed, "I've been working as an

actress in Japan for 11 years on movies that were sort of underground

and not as mainstream, so the experience hasn't hit me yet. I was just

excited about the chance to work with Alejandro (Gonzalez Inarritu); it

had nothing to do with awards or the level of recognition I'm getting

now. I should call my mother and father to let them know!"

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Jay Roach, producer, comedy film, "Borat": "I just checked my email --

Jim Gianopolous gave us first notice. We've been calling each other.

Sacha's in London -- he won a comedy writers award last night. I just

talked to Larry who's completely excited.

 

 

 

It is so rare for a comedy where people are laughing that hard to be

noticed for awards. What Sacha's doing is completely new; it's fresh

and original and audiences are experiencing one of the funniest movies

ever. His performance is a high wire act -- there's so much suspense to

what he's doing. It's a new genre and kind of groundbreaking .

 

 

 

It's amazing a studio made something so self-deprecating, so fresh and controversial."

 

 

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Holly Wiersma, producer, drama film, "Bobby": I'm in New York and I got

a phone call from Michelle Krumm, head of acquisitions at Weinstein. I

was completely surprised and I'm so happy for Emilio because every

frame of this movie is him.

 

 

 

Hopefully it willl stay in theaters longer and people will go see it and see what RFK stood for."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Larry Charles, director of "Borat" : "My blackberry started buzzing at

about 6:30 in the morning. Jim Gianopolous was the first email I got

saying congratulations. It's the first time a film I've been involved

with has been nominated. I'm very proud of Sacha. To have all the

dominoes fall your way and have it become a social phenomen and to have

this be the culmination is exciting.

 

 

 

I have no plans whatsoever to celebrate -- I'm just trying to savor the

moment. I think all the films are great and I think they actually

picked the best films in that category this year. The competition is

fierce but our movie has done a great job and it has a good a chance as

any. "

 

 

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Guillermo Arriaga, writer of "Babel": "I was sleeping here in my house in Mexico City -- my agent called and my wife woke me up.

 

 

 

I tried not to have a single expectation for these things because then

I might get hurt but I'm confident of the movie and proud of it. I've

never been to Japan or Morocco, I had to write on pure imagination.

 

 

 

Fortunately people around the world are responding to it. It's a movie

that makes a point about miscommunication. People have much more in

common than differences.

 

 

 

I'm gonna take my family to have lunch together and have a big Mexican meal -- share it with the people I love."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Adriana Barrazza, supporting actress nominee for "Babel": "I was

watching E! on TV and I missed the movie nominations. Paramount people

knocked on my door and told me, they told me in English and I didn't'

understand very well. I cried and cried and I told my daughter in

Argentina. My husband and I already celebrated this morning kissing

each other a lot.

 

 

 

This afternoon I'm going to a cocktail party with Salma Hayek and

another screening party for 'Babel,' then taking a plane tonight to go

to Dubai."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

John Lasseter, director of "Cars": "I'm so excited the HFPA would think

there's enough quality animated films being made these days to create

the category, and to be nommed for the first ever is such a thrill.

 

 

 

'Cars' is the first Pixar film I've directed since 'Toy Story 2' and

this nomination is special because it was a banner year in the

animation industry. I love that the industry is so healthy."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

 

A perennial nominee for original score, composer Hans Zimmer found out

about his nomination for "The Da Vinci Code" in the midst of recording

the score for "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End." "I don't

think I have time to celebrate, I'll probably just get drunk later on.

When I read the book, I found it to be full of exposition, but I felt

that maybe I could help the story on film. I'm always surprised. You

know, you work within the confines of your own paranoia."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

 

Rock 'n' roller Sheryl Crow learned of her original song nom from "Home

of the Brave" upon landing in New York on a flight from Nashville. "I

didn't even know they were announcing today, so it was a sweet

surprise. When I saw the movie, the images were so alarming and

realistic, I felt very stirred and compelled to write for the song for

the end credits."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Forest Whitaker, actor for "The Last King of Scotland": "I'm feeling

good. It's a good day man. I can't say I anticipated it, I worked

really hard, I tried to do the best I can and the fact critics have

been so positive has been nice. Phone started ringing this morning. I

thought it was a great opportunity to play a great character.

 

 

 

Kevin wasn't sure I was the right person to play the part. I thought

that the role was really complicated. It was cool, I got to go to

Africa. I have always wanted to go and I have never been. It was a no

brainer. The only question I had was am I gonna perpetuate more images

of mad people of color. They've been painted in such a way. In the

beginning, I tried to show some clarity and paint a different picture.

 

 

 

Things aren't as black and white as people wanted. I'm gonna get with

some of my family and friends, go out to dinner, and go through the day

like Snoopy. I can honestly say I never would've imagined the critical

response. I'm proud of my performance, this movie is a word of mouth

movie, the regular public. The studio is hoping the nominations get the

film in the public eye, and hopefully they'll step up and promote it

more. I've been overwhelmed by the whole process. I'm trying to enjoy

every single moment."

 

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Jennifer Hudson, nominated for "Dreamgirls": "The TV told me. I was

actually getting ready to sing during an interview for 'The Today

Show.' I was so nervous but anxious and before they even got my name we

were screaming and hollering, didn't wanna mess up my makeup, never

really got myself together. I was out there and didn't even know what I

was saying. I was feeling so many different emotions at one time. Wow,

with my family, every time I get good news, my record deal, the role,

I'm always away so I'd like to go home and celebrate with my family.

Chicago is home.

 

 

 

It's just been like a dream. From the director, Bill Condon, who put

his heart in it and did such an unbelievable job, nice to see a black

film be received the way it has been internationally. I definitely give

Idol credit because had it not been for them I would've missed out on

this incredible opportunity. It makes tears well up in your eyes and

you appreciate it even more. To put together singing and acting, I was

blessed to be able to work with an unbelievable director. I'm watching

Beyonce and Eddie and Jamie and learning from them. I would love to

team up with Beyonce outside of the film. It never even crossed my mind

how critics would respond. I just wanted to give it my all and do the

film proud."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Henry Krieger, songwriter, "Dreamgirls": "I've won a Grammy, been

nommed for Grammy work, but this is my first film, so a Golden Globe is

a whole new world and I'm very grateful to them. It's mind-boggling."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Jason Reitman, writer/director, "Thank You For Smoking": "I was lying

in bed, Melissa from Fox called me and told me the incredible news, and

it came as a huge surprise. I was in my 5 a.m. squash game and I was

rudely interrupted. This is the real deal, people say it's a complete

surprise but for me it's true. I'd been trying to make this for six

years. It spoke to me as a writer-director like no other piece of

material. Non apologetic, politically incorrect and hilarious.

 

 

 

Aaron is one of the most talented actors of his generation and what

really excited me was to see him get the accolade he deserves. I knew

the film would love or die on the shoulders of Nick Naylor and it can

only be attributed to how well he played that role.

 

 

 

Funny, my Dad's on a plane. I don't think he knows."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Aaron Eckhart, "Thank You For Smoking": "People called me crazy for

doing the movie, Jason was not well known, and there are other things

to do. The writing was so strong and Jason's vision for the movie was

absolutely clear, I felt I couldn't pass this up as an actor."

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Peter Saraff, producer, "Little Miss Sunshine": "I was in Albuquerque,

New Mexico and I watched it on CNN television. It's been an amazing

ride. It feels like a wild journey and we had a ton of fun making the

film. Unfortunately, we're (the cast and crew) all scattered into the

wind. I am gonna see Arkin, he's in NM, sending bottles of champagne,

Abigail is in Tokyo, Tony is in Australia, Steve is in R.I. Greg is in

LA. Plenty of opportunities to see each other but not today. "

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Mark Wahlberg, supporting actor nominee, "The Departed": I was in New

York and my agent Ari called me and said 'I think you got nominated'

and I said 'you wanna call me back when you know?' He's trying to be

more and more like the character on Entourage every day.

 

 

 

Duffy, the police consultant called me to congratulate me. I'm going to take my mother out to dinner. "

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Ben Affleck, nominated for "Hollywoodland": "I play George Reeves and

it's funny, he really craved this kind of attention and I think he

would've really loved to go to the parties.

 

 

 

For me, any performance that is worth anything is predicated on the

script. I need to have a good script, it benefits me as an actor and I

learned a tremendous amount from my co-stars. I was really lucky to

work with them. We just missed each other on the phone. "

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal, nominated for "Sherrybaby": "To be nominated for a

movie like this which is so tiny, is great. I helped get it made and

financed and distributed. I feel so proud. Hopefully this will alow

more people to see it. Kate Winslet called to congratulate me.

 

 

 

It's the first night of Hanukkah so my Jewish mom and I might come over

and light the candles. I'm a new mom so celebrating won't be too crazy.

"

 

 

 

* * *

 

 

Marcia Cross, actress for "Desperate Housewives": "I wasn't expecting

to be nominated so I had my manager and my publicist leave a message on

my cell phone. I got to celebrate with my husband beore he headed off

to work. No alcohol involved because I'm very pregnant.

 

 

 

To be recognized three times in a row and supported by the HFPA is

great. The show is on fire this year, the writers have it together and

the show is funny and dark and mysterious and delivering on the promise

of the first season. As an actor, you have to count your blessings

everyday."

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

       

                  Globo de Ouro 2007.

  Melhor Filme (Drama):

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 70% Os Infiltrados.

                                                  - 30% A Rainha.

 

  Melhor Filme (Musical ou Comédia)

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 60% Dreamgirls: Em Busca de um Sonho.

                                                  - 40% Pequena Miss Sunshine.

 

  Melhor Ator (Drama)

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 55% Peter O´Toole. (Vênus)
                                                  - 45% Leonardo DiCaprio. (Os Infiltrados)

 

 Melhor Atriz (Drama)

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 75% Helen Mirren. (A Rainha)

                                                 - 25% Judi Dench (Nota Sobre um Escândalo)

 

 Melhor Ator (Musical ou Comédia)

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: -  75% Johnny Depp. (Piratas do Caribe 2: O Baú da Morte.

                                                -  25% Will Ferrell (Mais Estranho que a Ficção)

 

 Melhor Atriz (Musical ou Comédia)

 O Globo de Ouro vaia para: - 50% Meryl Streep (O Diabo Veste Prada)

                                                    - 50% Beyoncé Knowles (Dreamgirls – Em Busca de um Sonho)

 

  Melhor Ator Coadjuvante

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 40% Jack Nicholson (Os Infiltrados)

                                                 - 30% Ben Affleck (Hollywoodland – Nos Bastidores da Fama)

                                                 - 30% Brad Pitt (Babel)

 

  Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 80% Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls – Em Busca de um Sonho)

                                                  - 20% Cate Blanchett (Nota Sobre um Escândalo)

 

  Melhor Diretor

  O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 50% Martin Scorsese (Os Infiltrados)

                                                  - 50% Clint Eastwood (Letters from Iwo Jima)

 

 Melhor Roteiro

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 60% Peter Morgan (A Rainha)
                                                 - 40% William Monahan (Os Infiltrados)

 

 Melhor Canção Original

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 75% Listen (Dreamgirls – Em Busca de um Sonho)

                                                 - 25% The Song of the Heart (Happy Feet: O Pingüim)

 

 Melhor Trilha Sonora

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 50% Alexandre Desplat (The Painted Veil)

                                                 - 50% Clint Mansell (Fonte da Vida)

 

 Melhor Filme Falado em Língua Estrangeira

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 40% Volver

                                                 - 20% O Labirinto do Fauno.

                                                 - 20% Apocalypto

                                                 - 20% Letters from Iwo Jima

 

 Melhor Animação

 O Globo de Ouro vai para: - 90% Happy Feet: O Pingüim

                                                 - 10% Carros.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

       

                  Globo de Ouro 2007.

 

 Melhor Atriz (Musical ou Comédia)

 O Globo de Ouro vaia para: - 50% Meryl Streep (O Diabo Veste Prada)

                                                    - 50% Beyoncé Knowles (Dreamgirls – Em Busca de um Sonho)

 

  [/quote']

 

Há algo de muito bizarro nesta indicação... e ainda empatadas? Toni Collete não teria chances?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Tem uma coisa bem estranha: Volver, drama? 17

 

Em negrito quem eu acho que vai ganhar.

 

Melhor filme - drama

"Babel"

"Bobby"
"Os Infiltrados"
"Pecados Íntimos"
"A Rainha"

Melhor diretor

Clint Eastwood ("A Conquista da Honra" e "Cartas de Iwo Jima")
Stephen Frears ("A Rainha")
Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu ("Babel")
Martin Scorsese ("Os Infiltrados")

Melhor atriz dramática

Penélope Cruz ("Volver")
Judi Dench ("Nota Sobre um Escândalo")
Maggie Gyllenhaal ("Sherrybaby")
Helen Mirren ("A Rainha")
Kate Winslet ("Pecados Íntimos")

Melhor ator dramático

Leonardo Di Caprio ("Diamante de Sangue" e "Os Infiltrados")
Peter O'Toole ("Venus")
Will Smith ("À Procura da Felicidade")
Forest Whitaker ("O Último Rei da Escócia")

Melhor atriz coadjuvante

Adriana Barraza ("Babel")
Cate Blanchett ("Nota Sobre um Escândalo")
Emily Blunt ("O Diabo Veste Prada")
Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho")
Rinko Kikuchi ("Babel")

Melhor ator coadjuvante

Ben Affleck ("Hollywoodland - Bastidores da Fama")
Eddie Murphy ("Dreamgirls - Em Busca da Fama")
Jack Nicholson ("Os Infiltrados")
Brad Pitt ("Babel")
Mark Wahlberg ("Os Infiltrados")

Melhor filme - Comédia ou Musical

"Borat"
"O Diabo Veste Prada"
"Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho"
"Pequena Miss Sunshine"
"Obrigado por Fumar"

Melhor atriz em comédia ou musical

Annette Bening ("Correndo com Tesouras")
Toni Collette ("Pequena Miss Sunshine")
Beyoncé Knowles ("Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho")
Meryl Streep ("O Diabo Veste Prada")
Renee Zellweger ("Senhorita Potter")

Melhor ator em comédia ou musical

Sacha Baron Cohen ("Borat")
Johnny Depp ("Piratas do Caribe: O Baú da Morte")
Aaron Eckhart ("Obrigado por Fumar")
Chiwetel Ejiofor ("Kinky Boots - Fábrica de Sonhos")
Will Ferrell ("Mais Estranho que a Ficção")

Melhor filme de animação

"Carros"
"Happy Feet - O Pingüim"
"A Casa Monstro"

Melhor filme em língua estrangeira

"Apocalypto" (EUA)
"Cartas de Iwo Jima" (EUA/Japão)
"Das Leben der Anderen" ("The Lives Of Others", Alemanha)
"O Labirinto do Fauno" (México)
"Volver" (Espanha)

Melhor roteiro

Guillermo Arriaga ("Babel")
Todd Field e Tom Perrotta ("Pecados Íntimos")
Patrick Marber ("Nota Sobre um Escândalo")
William Monahan ("Os Infiltrados")
Peter Morgan ("A Rainha")

Melhor trilha sonora

Alexandre Desplat ("The Painted Veil")
Clint Mansell ("Fonte da Vida")
Gustavo Santaolalla ("Babel")
Carlo Siliotto ("Nomad")
Hans Zimmer ("O Código Da Vinci")

Melhor música original

"A Father's Way", de Seal e Christopher Bruce ("À Procura da Felicidade")
"Listen", de Henry Krieger, Anne Preven, Scott Cutler e Beyoncé Knowles ("Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho")
"Never Gonna Break My Faith", de Bryan Adams, Eliot Kennedy e Andrea Remanda ("Bobby")
"The Song of the Heart", de Prince ("Happy Feet - O Pingüim)
"Try Not to Remember", de Sheryl Crow ("Home of the Brave")
rubysun2006-12-16 20:04:25

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

Kd "FILHOS DA ESPERANÇA" ???????????? Desde já uma injustiça ao não ser lembrado ... 07

 

No máximo esse filme será indicado a roteiro original e algumas técnicas...e tá bom demais.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

As categorias de filmes nem falo nada porque não estou mais acompanhando o cinema como antes. Mudei de vicio, agora to nas séries.

Sobre as indicações fico injuriada pela Ellen Pompeo ter sido indicada! Não creio que a Kristen Bell não foi indicada quando uma atriz tão fraca como a Ellen foi indicada! 11  E Dexter não ter sido indicado é dificil de engulir também. Ainda mais quando Heroes (muito overrated) que é novata foi indicada!

 

De qualquer jeito, fico torcendo pela Mary Louise Parker e Weeds. Pela Kat na categoria atriz coadjuvante. E pelo Michael C. Hall em ator. O resto tanto faz.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Aê ... "Bolão" pro Globo De Ouro 2007

 

Bolão um pouco diferente ...

 

 

 

Escolhe dois de cada categoria

 

1 - Qm vc acha q vai ganhar?

 

2 - Qm vc quer q ganhe?!

 

 

 

Combinado!?

 

heheheh

 

entao ... Indicados :

 

 

 

 

 

Melhor Filme - Drama

 

 

 

Babel

 

Bobby

 

Os Infiltrados

 

Pecados Íntimos

 

A Rainha

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Drama

 

 

 

Penélope Cruz, Volver

 

Judi Dench, Nota Sobre um Escândalo

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Sherrybaby

 

Helen Mirren, A Rainha

 

Kate Winslet, Pecados Íntimos

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Drama

 

 

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, Diamante de Sangue

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, Os Infiltrados

 

Peter O"Toole, Venus

 

Will Smith, À Procura da Felicidade

 

Forest Whitaker, O Último Rei da Escócia

 

 

 

Melhor Filme - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Borat - O Segundo Melhor Repórter do Glorioso País Cazaquistão Viaja à América

 

O Diabo Veste Prada

 

Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

Obrigado Por Fumar

 

Pequena Miss Sunshine

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Annette Bening, Correndo com Tesouras

 

Toni Collette, Pequena Miss Sunshine

 

Beyoncé Knowles, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

Meryl Streep, O Diabo Veste Prada

 

Renée Zellweger, Srta. Potter

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat - O Segundo Melhor Repórter do Glorioso País Cazaquistão Viaja à América

 

Johnny Depp, Piratas do Caribe: O Baú da Morte

 

Aaron Eckhart, Obrigado Por Fumar

 

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kinky Boots - Fábrica de Sonhos

 

Will Ferrell - Mais Estranho que a Ficção

 

 

 

Melhor Animação

 

 

 

Carros

 

A Casa Monstro

 

Happy Feet: O Pingüim

 

 

 

Melhor Filme Falado em Língua Estrangeira

 

 

 

Apocalypto, Estados Unidos

 

O Labirinto do Fauno, México

 

Letters From Iwo Jima, Estados Unidos/Japão

 

As Vidas dos Outros, Alemanha

 

Volver, Espanha

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante

 

 

 

Adriana Barraza, Babel

 

Cate Blanchett, Notas Sobre um Escândalo

 

Emily Blunt, O Diabo Veste Prada

 

Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

Rinko Kikuchi, Babel

 

 

 

Melhor Ator Coadjuvante

 

 

 

Ben Affleck, Hollywoodland - Bastidores da Fama

 

Eddie Murphy, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

Jack Nicholson, Os Infiltrados

 

Brad Pitt, Babel

 

Mark Whalberg, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Direção

 

 

 

Clint Eastwood, A Conquista da Honra

 

Clint Eastwood, Letters From Iwo Jima

 

Stephen Frears, A Rainha

 

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, Babel

 

Martin Scorsese, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Roteiro

 

 

 

Guillermo Arriaga, Babel

 

Todd Field & Tom Perrotta, Pecados Íntimos

 

Patrick Marber, Notas Sobre um Escândalo

 

William Monahan, Os Infiltrados

 

Peter Morgan, A Rainha

 

 

 

Melhor Trilha Sonora Original

 

 

 

Alexander Desplat, The Painted Veil

 

Clint Mansell, Fonte da Vida

 

Gustavo Santaolalla, Babel

 

Carlo Siliotto, Nomad

 

Hans Zimmer, O Código Da Vinci

 

 

 

Melhor Canção Original

 

 

 

"A Father"s Way", Seal e Christopher Bruce, À Procura da Felicidade

 

"Listen", Henry Krieger, Anne Preven, Scott Cutler e Beyoncé Knowles, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

"Never Gonna Break My Faith", Bryan Adams, Eliot Kennedy e Andrea Remanda, Bobby

 

"The Song of the Heart", Prince Rogers Nelson, Happy Feet: O Pingüim

 

"Try Not to Remember", Sheryl Crow, Home of the Brave

 

 

 

Faéu2006-12-18 16:59:53

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

As categorias de filmes nem falo nada porque não estou mais acompanhando o cinema como antes. Mudei de vicio' date=' agora to nas séries.

Sobre as indicações fico injuriada pela Ellen Pompeo ter sido indicada! Não creio que a Kristen Bell não foi indicada quando uma atriz tão fraca como a Ellen foi indicada! 11  E Dexter não ter sido indicado é dificil de engulir também. Ainda mais quando Heroes (muito overrated) que é novata foi indicada!

 

De qualquer jeito, fico torcendo pela Mary Louise Parker e Weeds. Pela Kat na categoria atriz coadjuvante. E pelo Michael C. Hall em ator. O resto tanto faz.
[/quote']

 

Eu também fiz essa troca de vícios recentemente. Lá no tópico Emmy 2007 tem alguns comentários sobre as indicações.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

O anúncio das indicações ao Globo ajudou bastante nas bilheterias de dois filmes: A Rainha e, principalmente, Babel (este vinha caindo 45% a cada final de semana e neste último, apesar de ter perdido 1/3 das salas em que estava passando, viu sua média por sala subir 84% 13). Vide a matéria, retirada do The Envelope, de Tom O'Neill:

 

'Babel' and 'The Queen' get a post-Globes boost

 

 

 

Gitesh Pandya

of BoxOfficeGuru.com gave us this report on how Golden Globes benefited

some contenders at the box office. Here's what he says:

 

"Babel' date='" which led all films with 7 Globe nods, enjoyed the best box

office boost on the weekend after the nominations were announced. Since

expanding nationwide, the film had been dropping by more than 45% each

week. But thanks to the Globes, it jumped up 8% last weekend despite

losing more than one-third of its theaters. That repped a sensational

84% boost in its per-theater average.

 

"The Queen" lost 23% of its theaters but saw its average ease by a

scant 1%. Miramax has done a terrific job with the release of this

awards contender enjoying 11 consecutive weeks in the Top 20. Some

Globe wins and Oscar nods could allow the distrib to re-expand the pic

in January when audience attention will shift from holiday films to

awards contenders.

 

With so many high-profile holiday films entering the marketplace in

wide release, it will be hard for some of these Globe-nominated

pictures to hold onto their screens, but they do still have long-term

potential which could allow them to stay relevant well past New Years

weekend.

[/quote']

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Melhor Filme - Drama

 

 

 

Babel ***

 

Bobby

 

Os Infiltrados **

 

Pecados Íntimos

 

A Rainha *

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Drama

 

 

 

Penélope Cruz, Volver

 

Judi Dench, Nota Sobre um Escândalo **

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Sherrybaby

 

Helen Mirren, A Rainha ***

 

Kate Winslet, Pecados Íntimos *

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Drama

 

 

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, Diamante de Sangue ***

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, Os Infiltrados

 

Peter O"Toole, Venus

 

Will Smith, À Procura da Felicidade *

 

Forest Whitaker, O Último Rei da Escócia **

 

 

 

Melhor Filme - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Borat - O Segundo Melhor Repórter do Glorioso País Cazaquistão Viaja à América

 

O Diabo Veste Prada *

 

Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho ***

 

Obrigado Por Fumar

 

Pequena Miss Sunshine **

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Annette Bening, Correndo com Tesouras **

 

Toni Collette, Pequena Miss Sunshine

 

Beyoncé Knowles, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho *

 

Meryl Streep, O Diabo Veste Prada ***

 

Renée Zellweger, Srta. Potter

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat - O Segundo Melhor Repórter do Glorioso País Cazaquistão Viaja à América

 

Johnny Depp, Piratas do Caribe: O Baú da Morte ***

 

Aaron Eckhart, Obrigado Por Fumar **

 

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kinky Boots - Fábrica de Sonhos

 

Will Ferrell - Mais Estranho que a Ficção *

 

 

 

Melhor Animação

 

 

 

Carros **

 

A Casa Monstro *

 

Happy Feet: O Pingüim ***

 

 

 

Melhor Filme Falado em Língua Estrangeira

 

 

 

Apocalypto, Estados Unidos *

 

O Labirinto do Fauno, México

 

Letters From Iwo Jima, Estados Unidos/Japão***

 

As Vidas dos Outros, Alemanha

 

Volver, Espanha **

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante

 

 

 

Adriana Barraza, Babel

 

Cate Blanchett, Notas Sobre um Escândalo *

 

Emily Blunt, O Diabo Veste Prada

 

Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho ***

 

Rinko Kikuchi, Babel **

 

 

 

Melhor Ator Coadjuvante

 

 

 

Ben Affleck, Hollywoodland - Bastidores da Fama

 

Eddie Murphy, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho **

 

Jack Nicholson, Os Infiltrados *

 

Brad Pitt, Babel ***

 

Mark Whalberg, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Direção

 

 

 

Clint Eastwood, A Conquista da Honra *

 

Clint Eastwood, Letters From Iwo Jima ***

 

Stephen Frears, A Rainha

 

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, Babel **

 

Martin Scorsese, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Roteiro

 

 

 

Guillermo Arriaga, Babel ***

 

Todd Field & Tom Perrotta, Pecados Íntimos

 

Patrick Marber, Notas Sobre um Escândalo

 

William Monahan, Os Infiltrados **

 

Peter Morgan, A Rainha *

 

 

 

Melhor Trilha Sonora Original

 

 

 

Alexander Desplat, The Painted Veil

 

Clint Mansell, Fonte da Vida **

 

Gustavo Santaolalla, Babel ***

 

Carlo Siliotto, Nomad

 

Hans Zimmer, O Código Da Vinci *

 

 

 

Melhor Canção Original

 

 

 

"A Father"s Way", Seal e Christopher Bruce, À Procura da Felicidade

 

"Listen", Henry Krieger, Anne Preven, Scott Cutler e Beyoncé Knowles, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho ***

 

"Never Gonna Break My Faith", Bryan Adams, Eliot Kennedy e Andrea Remanda, Bobby *

 

"The Song of the Heart", Prince Rogers Nelson, Happy Feet: O Pingüim **

 

"Try Not to Remember", Sheryl Crow, Home of the Brave

 

 

 

 

 

***: Vencedor

 

**: Possibilidade

 

*: AzarãoFlavio Mariano2006-12-21 09:48:55

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Daqui para o Oscar deve subir mais.Agora essa galera é foda o filme em cartaz para eles há séculos e eles só vem reparar quando saem as indicações ao Globo de Ouro,filmes como A Rainha ou Babel só ganham bilheteria com as premiações mesmo...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Pena maior é que aqui no Brasil seja assim também. Só que aqui nem indicações ao Oscar dão jeito' date=' porque o pessoal só houve falar quando o Oscar passa na Tv aberta, ou quando o Jornal Nacional fala alguma coisa. Nós somos a minoria. 04 [/quote']

Nós somos pior mesmo...Quando falo em filmes como Capote,Boa noite e Boa Sorte ou mesmo o vencedor Crash tem gente que ouve falar pela primeira vez...Crash passou desapercebido nos cinemas,quando foi para locação após vencer o Oscar,estourou,tanto que foi um dos mais locados do ano.Se naum vencesse o Oscar passaria desapercebido pelas locadoras tb,para alegria de FeCamargo e cia.06

Só sabem mesmo é de Brokeback Mountain e olhe que num é nem pelo filme em si mas pela polêmica do casal gay cowboy.Dramas ou filmes independentes aui no Brasil só tem uma bilheteria maiorzinha com polêmica ou Oscar...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

Pena maior é que aqui no Brasil seja assim também. Só que aqui nem indicações ao Oscar dão jeito' date=' porque o pessoal só houve falar quando o Oscar passa na Tv aberta, ou quando o Jornal Nacional fala alguma coisa. Nós somos a minoria. 04 [/quote']

Nós somos pior mesmo...Quando falo em filmes como Capote,Boa noite e Boa Sorte ou mesmo o vencedor Crash tem gente que ouve falar pela primeira vez...Crash passou desapercebido nos cinemas,quando foi para locação após vencer o Oscar,estourou,tanto que foi um dos mais locados do ano.Se naum vencesse o Oscar passaria desapercebido pelas locadoras tb,para alegria de FeCamargo e cia.06

Só sabem mesmo é de Brokeback Mountain e olhe que num é nem pelo filme em si mas pela polêmica do casal gay cowboy.Dramas ou filmes independentes aui no Brasil só tem uma bilheteria maiorzinha com polêmica ou Oscar...

 

E eu, que também não gosto do filme. 07

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 To acreditando mais em Babel (não vi) do que em Os Infiltrados (vi e gostei muito) em Filme/Drama, e em Borat do que Dreamgirls.

  Acho que tbm o Will Smith leva em detrimento do Forrest. O GG gosta de astros como ninguém, o lobby aqui é bem mais importante que no Oscar.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Quem não quiser ter a surpresa estragada não leia a lista a seguir, que contém os apresentadores da premiação do Globo de Ouro (se alguém já postou isso me avise que edito esta mensagem):

 

Reese Witherspoon and

Felicity Huffman (2006 Golden Globe recipients for Best Actress in a

Motion Picture' date=' comedy/musical and drama, respectively), Salma Hayek,

Ben Stiller and Justin Timberlake have been set as presenters at "The

64th Annual Golden Globe Awards" to be telecast live on NBC Monday,

January 15 (8 - 11:00 p.m. EST) at The Beverly Hilton.

 

 

 

Warren Beatty will receive this year's Cecil B. DeMille Award from the

Hollywood Foreign Press Association for his "outstanding contribution

to the entertainment field."

 

 

 

The Golden Globe Awards will be seen in more than 150 countries

worldwide and is one of the few awards ceremonies to span both

television and motion picture achievements.

 

 

 

"The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards" will be produced by dick clark

productions in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press

Association. Philip Berk is President of the Hollywood Foreign Press

Association. Allen Shapiro and Barry Adelman are executive producers.

Chris Donovan is director. Al Schwartz is consulting producer. Ken

Shapiro is producer. Ron Weed is co-producer.

[/quote']

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Minha Opinião - Vencedores

 

FILME - DRAMA

"The Queen"

-"Babel"


ATRIZ - DRAMA

Helen Mirren, "The Queen"

-Judi Dench, "Notes on a Scandal"

ATOR - DRAMA
Forest Whitaker, "The Last King of Scotland"
-Leonardo Di Caprio, "Blood Diamond"


FILME - COMÉDIA/MUSICAL
"Little Miss Sunshine"

-"Dreamgirls"


ATRIZ - COMÉDIA/MUSICAL
Meryl Streep, "The Devil Wears Prada"

-Annette Bening, "Running With Scissors"

ATOR - COMÉDIA/MUSICAL
Sacha Baron Cohen, "Borat"
-Aaron Eckhart, "Thank You for Smoking"


DIRETOR
Martin Scorsese, "The Departed"

-Clint Eastwood, "Letters from Iwo Jima"

ATRIZ COADJUVANTE
Jennifer Hudson, "Dreamgirls"

-Cate Blanchett, "Notes on a Scandal"

ATOR COADJUVANTE

Ben Affleck, "Hollywoodland"
-Brad Pitt, "Babel"

FILME EM LÍNGUA NÃO-INGLESA
"Letters from Iwo Jima"

-"Volver"

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Melhor Filme - Drama

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR : Babel

 

TORCIDA : Babel

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Drama

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR : A Rainha

 

TORCIDA :Pecados Íntimos

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Drama

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR :Leonardo DiCaprio, Diamante de Sangue

 

QUERIA QUE GANHASSE :Leonardo DiCaprio, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Filme - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR : Pequena Miss Sunshine

 

QUERIA Q GANHASSE : O Diabo Veste Prada

 

 

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR :Meryl Streep, O Diabo Veste Prada

 

TORCIDA: Meryl Streep, O Diabo Veste Prada

 

 

 

Melhor Ator - Musical/Comédia

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR :Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat - O Segundo Melhor Repórter do Glorioso País Cazaquistão Viaja à América

 

TORCIDA : Johnny Depp, Piratas do Caribe: O Baú da Morte

 

 

 

Melhor Animação

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR + TORCIDA :Carros

 

 

 

 

 

Melhor Filme Falado em Língua Estrangeira

 

 

 

TORCIDA : O Labirinto do Fauno, México

 

VAI GANHAR :Letters From Iwo Jima, Estados Unidos/Japão

 

 

 

 

 

Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR + TORCIDA : Cate Blanchett, Notas Sobre um Escândalo

 

 

 

Melhor Ator Coadjuvante

 

 

 

Tenho duvidas e torço pelos dois :

 

Jack Nicholson, Os Infiltrados

 

Brad Pitt, Babel

 

 

 

Melhor Direção

 

 

 

TORCIDA :Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, Babel

 

VAI GANHAR :Martin Scorsese, Os Infiltrados

 

 

 

Melhor Roteiro

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR + TORCIDA : Guillermo Arriaga, Babel

 

 

 

Melhor Trilha Sonora Original

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR + TORCIDA :Gustavo Santaolalla, Babel

 

 

 

Melhor Canção Original

 

 

 

VAI GANHAR + TORCIDA : "Listen", Henry Krieger, Anne Preven, Scott Cutler e Beyoncé Knowles, Dreamgirls - Em Busca de um Sonho

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
Sign in to follow this  

×
×
  • Create New...