Last night, The Golden Globes recognized the best of the big screen and television. Two films—The Revenant and The Martian—received the top honor of Best Motion Picture.
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Men’s Journal talks ‘The Toughest Western Ever Made’
Starvation diets. Temperatures of 30 below. Raw cow’s liver. Take a look inside the making of The Revenant, the all-or-nothing Best Drama Motion Picture for which Leo nabbed Best Actor.
The Hollywood Reporter explores ‘The Making of The Martian‘
Some of the only CGI used in Ridley Scott’s space smash? Putting Matt Damon’s body on a skeletal frame as his astronaut starves. Otherwise, the director faithfully replicated Mars in the Middle East: “I wanted to get it right—like Stanley did with 2001.” Those awards for Best Actor (Damon) and Best Comedy Motion Picture are well deserved.
She didn’t “shut up” at 14, when she was begging her parents to let her act. And she isn’t now, at 25, either. After giving yet another award-winning performance in Joy, Jennifer Lawrence wonders: “What’s the point in having a voice if I’m not going to use it for what I truly believe in?” To add to magnitude of that voice, J. Law grabbed the Golden Globe for Best Actress for her role in Joy.
W Magazine’s stunning photo shoot and interview with Taraji P. Henson
Taraji P. Henson is one tough “Cookie,” to borrow her character’s name in the hit TV series, Empire. As Henson says, “Cookie is bold and crazy, and she loves the struggle. In that way, we’re alike.” Congratulations on the Best Actress honor!
Inside Out: New York Magazine goes inside the 11-year-old mind
Pete Docter made Pixar’s most ambitious movie ever, with a little help from his daughter. All that ambition paid off last night, when Inside Out took home the Golden Globe award for Best Animated Feature Film.