Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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As Django star Jamie Foxx might say, "Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol!"
The director praised the composer on stage, detailing how special this win was because Morricone had "never won an award for any one individual movie at a U.S. awards show."
But as Twitter was quick to point out, Tarantino was totally wrong!
Thanks to some quick fact-checking, movie buffs called out the filmmaker to confirm that Morricone had, in fact, won a few awards over his career!
The composer won two Globes — one for The Mission in 1987 and one for The Legend of 1900 in 2000!
(Morricone also earned an honorary Oscar in 2007, but that was not for "one individual movie.")
Unsurprisingly, fans took the opportunity to correct Tarantino's mistake, writing:
This is is FANTASTIC!
Ennio Morricone just won the the Golden Globes for Best Original Score for his work on The Hateful Eight!
While Ennio wasn't there to accept the award, Quentin Tarantino showed up and enthusiastically made everyone know how special it was for Morricone to win.
Part of what made the win so phenomenal as the fact that Morricone won it at the ripe old age of 87 years old!
Of course the competition was tough as the other nominees included Carter Burwell for Carol, Alexandre Desplat for The Danish Girl, Daniel Pemberton for Steve Jobs, and Ryuichi Sakamoto, Alva Noto, Bryce Dessner for The Revenant.
How do you feel about the win for Tarantino's western?!
And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
It's January again, so that can only mean one thing: here come the Golden Globe Awards!
Hollywood tries not to take themselves too seriously at this award show. In fact, it's the only one with an open bar — and it shows!
And that got us thinking: of all the stars who have been nominated in various categories this year — and of course host Ricky Gervais — which celebs would you MOST want to see totally hammered?!
Rank these 14 celebs (below) before
the bar opens the show airs live on Sunday night at 8 p.m. EST on NBC!!!
Time for more announcements!
Award season is here which means we get to find out what 2015 movies will be nominated!
The list is mostly what you'd expect, but there were a couple major surprises regarding snubs as neither Jennifer Lawrence or Tom Hanks were nominated. In fact, David O. Russell's Joy wasn't nominated at all!
Another arguable snub was British actress Charlotte Rampling who didn't receive a nomination for her romantic drama 45 Years despite there being buzz that she could land an Oscar nod this year!
Perhaps one of the most puzzling omissions though was Spectre which didn't receive a SINGLE nomination! The reason this is a bit of a shock is the previous Bond film, Skyfall, not only won Outstanding British Film in 2013, but it was nominated for eight total awards!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know who you think was snubbed!
As our nation makes progress into slowly wiping away traces of the Confederate flag, Quentin Tarantino says it's "about damn time."
The director's latest film The Hateful Eight reflects race relations in the U.S. right after the Civil War.
And while the film takes place well over a hundred years ago, the director noted how recent events made the film "more relevant than we ever could have imagined."
The filmmaker discussed the impact of incidents like the Charleston shooting and the 2014 death of Michael Brown, and was surprised when state capitols began wiping away traces of the confederate flag — a symbol that Tarantino calls an "American swastika."
Speaking to Britain's Telegraph, the 52-year-old said:
Model, actress, celebrity royalty, and future legend.
Lily-Rose Depp gets closer to the top with every move she makes.
The 16-year-old's latest coup is the cover of LOVE Magazine, on which she looks like some sort of psychedelic fairy! So fierce!
A short interview accompanying the cover offers some insight into the young star's future plans:
Another week, another box office record broken by Star War: The Force Awakens!
The space adventure set the bar for the best New Year's Day earnings with $34 million on Friday!
And the rest of the weekend proved just as lucrative — the J.J. Abrams-directed epic made $88.3 million domestically, winning the biggest third weekend at the box office ever!
The Force Awakens now has a domestic total of $740 million, and will most likely become the highest grossing film ever in North America on Tuesday — when it's predicted to beat out the $760 million total set by Avatar!
Hauling in another $770 million from overseas, the seventh installment of the franchise has accumulated $1.51 billion worldwide in just 19 days!
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