This year’s Golden Globes were unlike any other in its storied history, which began in 1944 when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association gathered at the studios of Twentieth Century-Fox to celebrate the filmmaking achievements of 1943. Seventy-plus years later, the Golden Globes Awards show is the first to kick off the awards calendar, and after being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 78th Golden Globe Awards aired remotely, with hosts Amy Poehler emceeing from L.A. and Tina Fey from New York City. Winners tuned in from their own homes, some in the traditional ball gowns and tuxes, others in their pajamas. The coronavirus changed other aspects of the storied ceremony as well. Eligibility requirements were changed to be more friendly for streaming and to acknowledge that not only is it dangerous to see films in theaters, many theaters are closed. Now, instead of requiring films be screened in Los Angeles-area theaters, films going straight to streaming services were contenders. And it should be no surprise that in a year streaming has surged, those services also dominated the Golden Globe nominations . Mank , distributed by Netflix , had the most nominations with six, and The Trial of the Chicago… Read full this story
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