65th Golden Globe Awards

The 65th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television of 2007, were scheduled to be presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association on January 13, 2008. However, due to the Writers Guild of America strike, the traditional awards ceremony did not take place;[1] instead, the winners were announced at a news conference at 6:00 pm PST on that day (02:00 January 14 UTC).[2]

The Association attempted to reach an interim agreement with the Writers Guild to allow its members to write for the ceremonies. When a compromise fell through, striking writers threatened to picket the event; almost all of the celebrities planning to attend, including members of the Screen Actors Guild who pledged their support for the strike, promised to boycott the awards rather than cross the picket lines.[2]

To compensate for lost programming time, NBC broadcast a special two-hour edition of Dateline, including film clips, interviews with the nominees, plus commentary from comedian Kathy Griffin and Tiki Barber, Jerome Bettis, and Cris Collinsworth from Football Night in America, starting at 7:00 pm EST; a one-hour Hollywood Foreign Press Association news conference announcing the winners at The Beverly Hilton Hotel starting at 9:00 pm EST; and a one-hour edition of Access Hollywood visiting sites of the various previously-scheduled parties, starting at 10:00 pm EST.[3]

The nominees were announced on December 13, 2007.[4][5]

65th Golden Globe Awards
DateJanuary 13, 2008
Best Film: DramaAtonement
Best Film: Musical or ComedySweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Best Drama SeriesMad Men
Best Musical or Comedy SeriesExtras
Best Miniseries or Television movieLongford

Winners and nominees

Daniel Day-Lewis2 Berlinale 2008 (2)
Daniel Day-Lewis, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama winner
Julie Christie - 1966
Julie Christie, Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama winner
Johnny Depp 2, 2011
Johnny Depp, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy winner
Marion Cotillard Cabourg 2017
Marion Cotillard, Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy winner
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Javier Bardem, Best Supporting Actor winner
Cate Blanchett February 2012
Cate Blanchett, Best Supporting Actress winner
Jon Hamm at PaleyFest 2014
Jon Hamm, Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama winner
David Duchovny by Gage Skidmore
David Duchovny, Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy winner
Glenn Close (11442234855)
Glenn Close, Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama winner
Tina Fey by Gage Skidmore
Tina Fey, Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy winner
Jim Broadbent (cropped)
Jim Broadbent, Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film winner
Queen Latifah, Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film winner
Jeremy Piven, Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film winner
Samantha Morton Edinburgh International Film Festival
Samantha Morton, Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film winner

These are the nominees for the 65th Golden Globe Awards. Winners are listed at the top of each list.


Best Motion Picture – Drama Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Best Director – Motion Picture Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
Best Original Song – Motion Picture Best Original Score – Motion Picture
Best Foreign Language Film Best Animated Feature Film


Best Television Series – Drama Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Best Miniseries or Television Film
Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film

Award breakdown


The following 16 films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Film
7 Atonement
5 Charlie Wilson's War
4 Michael Clayton
4 No Country for Old Men
4 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
3 American Gangster
3 Eastern Promises
3 Hairspray
3 Juno
3 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
2 Grace Is Gone
2 Into the Wild
2 The Kite Runner
2 There Will Be Blood
2 Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
2 Enchanted


The following 15 series received multiple nominations:

Nominations Series
4 Damages
4 Longford
3 30 Rock
3 Bury My Heart a Wounded Knee
3 Entourage
3 Pushing Daises
2 Big Love
2 Brothers & Sisters
2 Californication
2 Extras
2 Grey's Anatomy
2 House
2 Mad Men
2 The State Within
2 The Tudors


The following 4 films received multiple wins:

Wins Film
2 Atonement
2 No Country for Old Men
2 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
2 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly


The following 2 series received multiple wins:

Wins Series
3 Longford
2 Mad Men

See also


  1. ^ "Golden Globes ceremony scrapped". BBC News. January 8, 2008. Archived from the original on 10 January 2008. Retrieved January 8, 2008.
  2. ^ a b Cieply, Michael; Carr, David (January 8, 2008). "No Golden Globes Show, Just a News Conference". The New York Times. Retrieved January 8, 2008. the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Monday that the festive awards dinner will be replaced by a news conference at 9 p.m. Eastern time next Sunday night to announce the actual winners
  3. ^ "'Dateline' presents Golden Globes pre-show – The Envelope – LA Times". Los Angeles Times.
  4. ^ "Cook, Tarantino, Reynolds and Panettiere to Announce Golden Globe Nominations on December 13". goldenglobes.org. December 12, 2007. Archived from the original on December 14, 2007. Retrieved December 13, 2007.
  5. ^ "Hollywood Foreign Press Association 2008 Golden Globe Awards for the Year Ended December 31, 2007". goldenglobes.org. December 13, 2007. Archived from the original on December 14, 2007. Retrieved December 13, 2007.
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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (film)

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee is a 2007 historical drama television film adapted from the book of the same name by Dee Brown. The film was written by Daniel Giat, directed by Yves Simoneau and produced by HBO Films. The book on which the movie is based is a history of Native Americans in the American West in the 1860s and 1870s, focusing upon the transition from traditional ways of living to living on reservations and their treatment during that period. The title of the film and the book is taken from a line in the Stephen Vincent Benet poem "American Names." It was shot in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises is a 2007 British-Canadian-American gangster film directed by David Cronenberg, from a screenplay written by Steven Knight. The film stars Viggo Mortensen, Naomi Watts, Vincent Cassel, Sinéad Cusack and Armin Mueller-Stahl. It tells a story of a Russian-British midwife, Anna (Watts), who delivers the baby of a drug-addicted 14-year old Russian prostitute who dies in childbirth. After Anna learns that the teen was lured into prostitution by the Russian Mafia in London, the leader of the Russian gangsters (Mueller-Stahl) threatens the baby's life to keep Anna from telling the police about their sex trafficking ring. As Anna tries to protect the baby, she is enmeshed deeper into the criminal underworld, and she is threatened by the Mafia leader's son (Cassel) and warned off by the son's strong-arm man (Mortensen).

Principal photography began in November 2006, in locations in and around London. The film has been noted for its plot twist, the subject of sex trafficking, and for its violence and realistic depiction of Russian career criminals, which includes detailed portrayal of the tattoos which indicate their crimes and criminal status. Eastern Promises received positive critical reception, appearing on several critics' "top 10 films" lists for 2007. The film has won several awards, including the Audience Prize for best film at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Best Actor award for Mortensen at the British Independent Film Awards. The film received twelve Genie Award nominations and three Golden Globe Award nominations. Mortensen was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor.

Enchanted (film)

Enchanted is a 2007 American live action/animated musical fantasy romantic comedy film, produced by Walt Disney Pictures, Sonnenfeld Productions and Josephson Entertainment. Written by Bill Kelly and directed by Kevin Lima, the film stars Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Timothy Spall, Idina Menzel, Rachel Covey, and Susan Sarandon. The plot focuses on Giselle, an archetypal Disney Princess, who is forced from her traditional animated world of Andalasia into the live-action world of New York City. Enchanted was the first Disney film to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, instead of Buena Vista Pictures Distribution.

The film is both an homage to, and a self-parody of, Disney's animated features, making numerous references to Disney's past works through the combination of live-action filmmaking, traditional animation, and computer-generated imagery. It marks the return of traditional animation to a Disney feature film after the company's decision to move entirely to computer animation in 2004. Composer Alan Menken and lyricist Stephen Schwartz, who had written songs for previous Disney films, produced the songs of Enchanted, with Menken also composing its score.

The animation sequences were produced at James Baxter Animation in Pasadena. Filming of the live action segments took place around New York City. It premiered on October 20, 2007, at the London Film Festival before its wide release on November 21, 2007, in the United States. Enchanted was well-received critically, established Adams as a leading lady, and earned more than $340 million worldwide at the box office. It won three Saturn Awards, including Best Fantasy Film and Best Actress for Adams. Enchanted also received two nominations at the 65th Golden Globe Awards and three Best Original Song nominations at the 80th Academy Awards. A sequel, titled Disenchanted, is in development.

Grey's Anatomy (season 3)

The third season of the American television medical drama Grey's Anatomy, commenced airing on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) on September 21, 2006, and concluded on May 17, 2007. The season was produced by Touchstone Television, in association with Shondaland Production Company and The Mark Gordon Company, the showrunner being Shonda Rhimes. Actors Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, Justin Chambers, and T.R. Knight reprised their roles as surgical interns Meredith Grey, Cristina Yang, Izzie Stevens, Alex Karev, and George O'Malley, respectively, continuing their expansive storylines as focal points throughout the season. Previous main cast members Chandra Wilson, James Pickens, Jr., Kate Walsh, Isaiah Washington, and Patrick Dempsey also returned, while previous guest stars Sara Ramirez and Eric Dane were promoted to series regulars, following the extension of their contracts.

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In a departure from the previous season, the third season aired in a new competitive time slot of 9:00 pm on Thursdays, competing against the heavily promoted and highly rated dramatic television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which simultaneously aired on the CBS Network. Season three of Grey's Anatomy contained 25 episodes, in addition to two clip shows that were produced to recap the previous events of the show, before the introduction of major new arcs. "Complications of the Heart" aired on the same night as the season premiere, recapping the last episodes of the second season with insights into future episodes in the third, while "Every Moment Counts" aired before the twentieth episode. The season also aired a two-part episode arc, which primarily served as a backdoor pilot for a proposed spin-off, Private Practice, focusing on the departure of Walsh's character, Dr. Addison Montgomery.

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Guaranteed (Eddie Vedder song)

"Guaranteed" is a song written and performed by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder from the Into the Wild soundtrack (2007). It is the final track on the album, and also features a hidden track of "Guaranteed" (Humming Vocal) after about two minutes of silence following the regular version of "Guaranteed".

Into the Wild (film)

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The film premiered during the 2007 Rome Film Fest and later opened outside Fairbanks, Alaska on September 21, 2007. It was nominated for two Golden Globes and won the award for Best Original Song: "Guaranteed" by Eddie Vedder. It was also nominated for two Academy Awards: Best Editing and Best Supporting Actor for Holbrook.

Life Support (film)

Life Support is a 2007 American drama television film directed by Nelson George and starring Queen Latifah. It is loosely based on the real-life story of Ana Wallace, a HIV-positive woman.The film premiered January 26, 2007 at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and premiered on HBO on March 10, 2007.

List of accolades received by Atonement (film)

Atonement is a 2007 British romantic World War II film directed by Joe Wright. Christopher Hampton adapted the screenplay from the eponymous novel by Ian McEwan. The film focuses on fictional lovers Cecilia (Keira Knightley) and Robbie (James McAvoy), whose lives are ruined when Cecilia's younger sister, Briony (Saoirse Ronan), falsely accuses Robbie of a serious crime. The film opened the 64th Venice International Film Festival on 29 August 2007 and competed for the Golden Lion. The following month it screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. Atonement was released in the United Kingdom by Universal Studios on 7 September 2007. It was then released in the United States by Focus Features on 7 December 2007. The film earned over £84 million in its combined total gross at the box office.Atonement earned many awards and nominations in categories ranging from recognition of the film itself to Hampton's screenplay and the cast's acting performances, particularly those of Keira Knightley, James McAvoy and Saoirse Ronan. The film received seven Academy Award nominations and came away with one award for Best Original Score. The Alliance of Women Film Journalists awarded Atonement two accolades from six nominations, while the American Society of Cinematographers and the Art Directors Guild gave the film one nomination apiece. Atonement gathered fourteen nominations at the 61st British Academy Film Awards, the most of any film that year, but ultimately came away with two awards. Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey received a nomination for his work from the British Society of Cinematographers and costume designer, Jacqueline Durran, earned a nomination from the Costume Designers Guild. Atonement won three accolades out of five nominations at the 13th Empire Awards.

The film also received five nominations from the Evening Standard British Film Awards, including Best Actress nominations for both Knightley and Romola Garai (who played Briony aged 18). McGarvey, Durran and Sarah Greenwood were awarded the Best Technical Achievement accolade. At the 65th Golden Globe Awards, Atonement was named Best Drama Motion Picture, while Dario Marianelli won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. The composer would go on to win five more awards for the score, as well as the Film Music Composition of the Year accolade from the International Film Music Critics Association. Intralink Film garnered two nominations from the Golden Trailer Awards and won the Best Romance Trailer category. Ronan won five awards for her performance including Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 5th Irish Film & Television Awards and Best Young Actress from the Women Film Critics Circle. Atonement earned eight nominations from the London Film Critics' Circle; McAvoy and Vanessa Redgrave (who portrayed an elderly Briony) won the British Actor of the Year and British Supporting Actress of the Year awards respectively. Knightley won Best International Actress at the 2007 Rembrandt Awards and was given the Choice Movie Drama Actress accolade from the Teen Choice Awards. Hampton earned a total of thirteen nominations for the screenplay.

List of accolades received by No Country for Old Men

No Country for Old Men is a 2007 American neo-Western thriller film produced, directed, written, and edited by Joel and Ethan Coen. Based on Cormac McCarthy's novel of the same name, the film is about an ordinary man to whom chance delivers a fortune that is not his, and the ensuing cat-and-mouse drama as the paths of three men intertwine in the desert landscape of 1980 West Texas. The film stars Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, and Javier Bardem, with Woody Harrelson, Kelly Macdonald, Garret Dillahunt, Tess Harper, and Beth Grant in featured roles.The film premiered at the 60th Cannes Film Festival on May 19, 2007, where it was nominated for the Palme d'Or. After a successful screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, Miramax and Paramount Vantage initially gave the film a limited release in 28 theaters in the United States on November 9. The film was later given a release in 860 theaters in the United States and Canada on November 21. No Country for Old Men has grossed a worldwide total of over $172 million on a production budget of $25 million. Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 265 reviews and judged 93 percent to be positive.No Country for Old Men garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories, with particular praise for its direction, screenplay, and Bardem's performance. At the 80th Academy Awards, the film received eight nominations, the most nominations at the ceremony tied with There Will Be Blood. It went on to win four awards including Best Picture, Best Director, (Joel and Ethan Coen), Best Supporting Actor (Bardem), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ethan and Joel Coen). The Coen brothers became the second pair of individuals to win Best Directing for helming the same film. No Country for Old Men earned four nominations at the 65th Golden Globe Awards , winning for Best Screenplay for the Coen brothers and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for Bardem. At the 61st British Academy Film Awards, the film received nine nominations and won for Best Direction, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Cinematography.At the Producers Guild of America Awards, No Country for Old Men won for Best Theatrical Motion Picture. The Coen brothers received the Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Award from the Directors Guild of America. The cast garnered the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and the Coens' screenplay won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. The National Board of Review named it the Best Film. The American Film Institute and included the film in its annual listing of the top ten films of 2007.

Red carpet fashion

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That's How You Know (Disney song)

"That's How You Know" is a musical number from the 2007 Disney film Enchanted, with music composed by Alan Menken and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. It is performed by the film's lead actress, Amy Adams, and features the vocals of Marlon Saunders and other singers in the background chorus. The song appears on the soundtrack of Enchanted, which was released on November 20, 2007 in the United States.

Like the film, the song was written as an homage to and a self-parody of past Disney works, specifically such big production numbers as "Under the Sea" from The Little Mermaid and "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast, both of which, not so coincidentally, also had music by Alan Menken.The song was nominated for Best Song at the 13th Critics' Choice Awards, Best Original Song at the 65th Golden Globe Awards, and at the 80th Academy Awards in the Best Original Song category, in which two other songs from the film were also nominated. It was also nominated at the 51st Grammy Awards in the category of Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media.

The Brave One (2007 film)

The Brave One is a 2007 American psychological thriller film directed by Neil Jordan from a screenplay written by Roderick Taylor, Bruce A. Taylor and Cynthia Mort. The film stars Jodie Foster as Erica Bain, a New York City radio host who along with her partner, is severely beaten by thugs, leading to the latter's death. Terrified for her safety, she buys a pistol. Armed with the gun, she undergoes a personality transformation and becomes a vigilante, shooting a number of criminals. Detective Sean Mercer (Howard) investigates the vigilante shootings, which lead him closer and closer to Bain. The film features Naveen Andrews, Terrence Howard, Nicky Katt, Zoë Kravitz, Mary Steenburgen and Luis Da Silva in supporting roles.

The Brave One was released in the United States on September 14, 2007. The film received mixed reviews from critics who acclaimed Foster's performance but criticized its execution and was a box office success, grossing $170 million on a budget of $70 million. At the 65th Golden Globe Awards, Foster received a nomination for Best Actress Motion Picture in a Drama.

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (film)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (French: Le Scaphandre et le Papillon) is a 2007 biographical drama film directed by Julian Schnabel and written by Ronald Harwood. Based on Jean-Dominique Bauby's memoir of the same name, the film depicts Bauby's life after suffering a massive stroke that left him with a condition known as locked-in syndrome. Bauby is played by Mathieu Amalric.

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly won awards at the Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs, and the César Awards, and received four Academy Award nominations. Several critics later listed it as one of the best films of its decade. It ranks in BBC's 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century.

The Savages (film)

The Savages is a 2007 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Tamara Jenkins. It stars Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Alexander Payne and Jenkins' husband Jim Taylor were two of the executive producers. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim.

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