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Golden Globes 2015

Golden Globes: The Red-Carpet Arrivals

Hollywood's biggest names in TV and film are kicking off awards season at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 7.

‘Leviathan’ Actor Wins Defamation Suit Against Russian Legislator

A court ruled that an article written by the legislator contained defamatory remarks.

Russian Director Andrei Zvyagintsev Has Trouble Funding New Projects

The Golden Globe-winning director of "Leviathan" says the current economic crisis in Russia is taking its toll on the film sector.

‘Leviathan’ Director Andrei Zvyagintsev Encourages Russians to Watch Pirated Version

It contains bad language edited out from a version slated for theatrical release Feb. 5.

Oscar-Nominated ‘Ida’ Criticized in Poland

Nationalists accuse Pawel Pawlikowski's movie of historical inaccuracies.

‘Sunstroke’ Awarded as the Best Russian Movie at Golden Eagle Ceremony

Andrey Zvyagintsev collects the best director’s award for Golden Globe winning and Oscar nominated "Leviathan."

Makeup Monday: This is How Taylor Schilling Got Her Golden Globes Highlights

And other secrets learned from celebrity Hair Colorist Kari Hill, who also helps Anna Faris and Amy Poehler achieve their blond-bombshell tresses.

Russian Oscar Nominee ‘Leviathan’ Under Fire at Home

Activists and legislators attack the film for being "unpatriotic."

Margaret Cho Defends Golden Globes Character: “I Am Korean, By the Way!”

The comedian has earned flak for dressing as a North Korean journalist at the awards ceremony.

Fundraiser Established for Piracy-Afflicted Russian Golden Globe Winner ‘Leviathan’

Viewers who watched the most anticipated Russian film in recent times illegally online have been encouraged to donate.

Secrets of Golden Globes Weekend Revealed

How Leonardo DiCaprio spent his wild weekend, inside Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's secret party and more.

Ruth Wilson and Jake Gyllenhaal Go From Golden Globes to Broadway Opening Night

"It excites me when you read a script that seems completely different to any other script," said Wilson. "It’s quite exhilarating to be challenged in that way.”