Top Things Overheard at the Golden Globes, and a LIVE ACTION version of TOY STORY.
1/14/2013 3:00:00 PM
JODIE FOSTER received a special award at the Golden Globes last night . . . and she gave a somewhat strange, but ridiculously good speech, where she came out of the closet, without actually "coming out."
She said that she'd told everyone who actually mattered a long time ago . . . and criticized the fact that the media these days demands that you reveal private stuff like this publicly.
Didn't watch the "Golden Globes" on NBC last night? No worries, we have you covered with the Top Things Overheard at the "Golden Globes"
Tina Fey just arrived in a limo . . . and Amy Poehler arrived on Tina's coattails.
This is just like the Oscars. But not at all.
I haven't seen "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" yet. Is it by any chance about salmon fishing in the Yemen?
I hope Daniel Day-Lewis wins tonight. It's about time he won an honor for his acting.
Win or lose, I just PRAY Leonardo DiCaprio will be able to find some female companionship tonight.
There's a movie called "Deep Blue Sea" in which Samuel L. Jackson doesn't get swallowed whole by a genetically modified super-shark? What's the point?
I'm still not sure how "The Big Bang Theory" was nominated for Best Comedy, considering I've never met anyone who's ever laughed at it.
I haven't seen "Gangster Squad" yet.Is it by any chance about a squad chasing gangsters?
WILL FERRELL and KRISTEN WIIG teamed up to present the Golden Globe for "Best Lead Actress in a Comedy or Musical" award last night. They made a joke out of it . . . naturally . . . by pretending that they had no idea what each of the nominated movies were about.
But the best part came toward the end, when the camera cut to TOMMY LEE JONES . . . who looked VERY UN-AMUSED with Will and Kristen's silliness. They were in the middle of mocking Tommy's "Hope Springs" costar, MERYL STREEP.
January isn't even over yet, but this next clip might be the coolest thing you see all year. At the very least, it's going to be nearly impossible to top.
Someone made a live-action remake of "Toy Story" and posted it on YouTube.
And yes, we're talking THE ENTIRE MOVIE. They used the actual audio from the film . . . but the rest was done using toys and real people. The toys are animated with wires, strings and even stop-motion techniques.
And makers apparently went out and bought just about every toy that appears in the original flick. (Not all of them, though. Little Bo Peep, for instance, is a dressed-up Barbie.)
I really don't think I'm exaggerating when I say this thing is BRILLIANT.