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January 13, 2011

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Colin  Miller

Predictions:

BP Drama: The Social Network
BP Comedy: The Kids Are All Right
TV Series Drama: Mad Men
TV Series Comedy: Moden Family
Actress Movie Drama: Natalie Portman
Actor Moive Drama: Colin Firth
Actor Movie Comedy: Johnny Depp, Alice in Wonderland
Actress Movie Comedy: Annette Benning
Actor TV Drama: Bryan Cranston
Actress TV Drama: Julianna Margulies
Actor TV Comedy: Jim Parsons
Actress TV Comedy: Laura Linney
Supporting Actor Movie Drama: Christian Bale
Supporting Actress Movie Drama: Melissa Leo
Supporting Acrtor TV: Eric Stonestreet
Supporting Actress TV: Kelly MacDonald
Animated Movie: Toy Story 3
Movie Director: David Fincher
Movie Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin

Jacqueline Lipton

DEFINITELY have to agree with you on Jim Parsons.

Colin  Miller

It looks like an interesting lawsuit was just filed in connection with the Golden Globes:

http://www.thewrap.com/movies/column-post/former-golden-globes-publicist-sues-hfpa-2m-23897

Ben Buchwalter

Black Swan and The Kings Speech were the best movies I saw all year. The Fighter was good, but not quite to the same quality. I think the Social Network was an important movie for a lot of reasons, but it wasn't great. That said, Sorkin is a lock for screenplay. Other than that, I'm mostly just hoping for a Best Picture nomination for Toy Story 3, now that they nominate 10 :)

Jeff Yates

My predictions (not necessarily my favorites):

BP Drama: The Kings Speech
BP Comedy: The Tourist
TV Series Drama: The Walking Dead
TV Series Comedy: 30 Rock
Actress Movie Drama: Michelle Williams
Actor Moive Drama: James Franco
Actor Movie Comedy: Kevin Spacey
Actress Movie Comedy: Emma Stone
Actor TV Drama: John Hamm
Actress TV Drama: Kyra Sedwick
Actor TV Comedy: Thomas Jane
Actress TV Comedy: Laura Linney
Supporting Actor Movie Drama: Christian Bale
Supporting Actress Movie Drama: Amy Adams
Supporting Acrtor TV: Eric Stonestreet
Supporting Actress TV: Kelly MacDonald
Animated Movie: ?
Movie Director: Darren Orenofsky
Movie Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin

Jacqueline Lipton

You really think Emma Stone has a chance, Jeff? Easy A was a cute movie and all, but award material? (Although I guess it's hard for me to say because it's the only performance I've seen in that category and the others may have been really bad...)

Jacqueline Lipton

Of course, having just said that, I see that Easy A won the Best Comedy Award at the critics choice awards last night. List of the other winners at: http://www.examiner.com/tv-in-boston/critics-choice-movie-awards-2011-photos-winners-and-natalie-portman-pregnant

Jeff Yates

Jacqueline,

I didn't say that it was award material - just that it was my prediction. I haven't seen the movie, but I imagine that it was cute, though not great. The Hollywood Foreign Press loves shaking things up ... surprising people. I did see odds favorite Annette Benning - a solid performance, but it strikes me that she wasn't really the lead in that movie - more Julianne Moore. Take it all w/ a grain of salt - I'm not known for being particularly good at such predictions and usually lose the Yates household competition.

Jacqueline Lipton

Jeff: I daresay you may just be right about that. I guess we don't have long to wait to find out...

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