While many of our favorite stars, films, and television shows were recognized for their greatness during the 71st Annual Golden Globes nominations ceremony today, there were definitely a few glaring oversights by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Case in point, “Homeland” missed a nod for Best Drama Series and both Claire Danes and Damian Lewis were left out of the party as well.
This morning (December 12) the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominees for the 2014 Golden Globes , and shortly thereafter the hopefuls weighed in on their chances.
Best Actor (“Dallas Buyers Club) nominee Matthew McConaughey gushed, “I'm excited and honored that the HFPA has recognized my performance in Dallas Buyers Club. Ron Woodruff was an incredible revolutionary, for HIV and the human spirit, and I was honored to tell his story. Looking forward to spending the evening with the HFPA on January 12th."
With so many unanswered questions, it will no doubt be difficult for Paul Walker's family to lay him to rest at this weekend’s funeral.
And now the police have announced they’re still at least 90 days away from figuring out what exactly caused the “Fast and Furious” actor’s 2005 Porsche GT to crash into a pole and explode into flames, killing both Walker and his friend Roger Rodas.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association recognized television series including NBC's "Parks and Recreation" and Fox's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" in the Best Comedy category, while AMC's "Breaking Bad" and Netflix Original "House of Cards" got a nod with the Dramas.