Golden Globes 2012: The Liveblog
9:14: Beat Animated Feature film is up next. Sure, why not? It's not like the order of the awards tonight has made sense anyway.
9:15: Seeing that clip from Rango makes us love the movie all over again.
9:15: But Tintin wins instead. Like we said in our predictions, this is a token award to Spielberg since War Horse ain't winning anything. Not that Tintin is undeserving mind you.
9:21: Seth Rogen's name sounds infinitely cooler when said with a Scottish accent. He should hire Ewan to introduce him at every public event.
9:23: Best Screenplay -- Motion Picture goes to Woody Allen. Nicole Kidman tries to tell us that he thanks the HFPA. No, he doesn't. He's watching basketball right now.
9:23:: "Come and get it, Woody!" Is she talking about his award or is that a proposition? Soon-Yi probably has something to say about that.
9:24: Filliam H. Muffman are adorable while introducing Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.
9:25: We're down with Jessica Lange's victory and we'll miss Constance when AHS returns for its all-new, all-different second season.
9:31: Here's a new reality show for NBC. How Many Sitcoms Can Megan Mullally Guest Star On?
9:31: "I haven't kissed a girl in a few years," says Madge about Ricky's (lack of) machismo. Sounds like a threat to us.
9:32: Best Foreign Language Film goes to A Separation. As it should.
9:34: Leo DiCaprio has looked distracted all night. Inside his head, he's obviously thinking "Really, Blake? Ryan Reynolds?"
9:35: Dustin Hoffman is appropriately serious while introducing the nominees for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series -- Drama.
9:36: The beyond-deserving winner Claire Danes swears to us from the stage that she's not as insane as her character. We're somehow disappointed by that.