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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Might Have Accidentally Revealed The Golden Globes' Best Picture Winners Ahead Of The Show!

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*****POTENTIAL SPOILER WARNING*****

Uh-oh!!!

While the Golden Globes don't air until Sunday night, two of the most important awards might have been spoiled before the event even begins!

And the culprit is none other than the Hollywood Foreign Press Association itself!

While promoting the award show on its site, the HFPA might have made a small accident when highlighting last year's winners 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle.

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Shots of those two films were featured on the website, but were mistakenly captioned as Selma and Into the Woodswhich could be a HUGE indicator of which two movies are going to win Best Motion Picture — Drama and Comedy or Musical, respectively.

Talk about a spoiler!

Media publisher Bluefin has owned up to error, saying that it was just a case of random draw, but we won't be surprised if the David Oyelowo and Emily Blunt-led films go home with the biggest awards of the night!

Let us know in the comments if you think this is just an error, or if the night is officially ruined!

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2 comments to “The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Might Have Accidentally Revealed The Golden Globes' Best Picture Winners Ahead Of The Show!”

  1. Brian says – reply to this


    1

    If this glitch is really true, it kills the suspense of the entire award show.

  2. Out of the Woods says – reply to this


    2

    Bullshit. Boyhood is the best film of the 21st century.