George Clooney was a stud on the Red Carpet last night. Not only did he look great in his tux, but the rain would not stop him reaching up to sign autographs for fans.
His movie "Up In The Air" did well on Award night but he left empty-handed. Well, not exactly. He still had Elisabetta Canalis to go home with.-Dr.FB
"Avatar" holds on to the number 1 spot at the box office despite a big Christmas opening for Robert Downey Jr.'s "Sherlock Holmes" and the box office had it's highest total in quite some time.
Over the 3 day weekend, people bought about $278 million in tickets, which was more than the $261 million that the box office made when "The Dark Knight Returns" opened. It just shows, despite the bad economy, people want to go to the movies and be entertained.
1. Avatar: $75 million
2. Sherlock Holmes $65 million
3. Alvin & The Chipmunks 2 $50 million
4. It's Complicated $22 million
5. Up In The Air $11 million
"Nine" only made a little over $5 million. "Avatar" has taken in $212 million domestically.
The industry is expecting the business to continue through the next weekend.-Dr.FB
The George Clooney movie "Up In The Air" had six nominations for the Golden Globes along with "Nine" and "Glee" led TV nominations with 3.
In the best actress category, Meryl Streep is nominated against herself for "Julia & Julie" and "It's Complicated" against Sandra Bullock, Marion Cotillard, and Julia Roberts.
Mo'Nique got the nomination that people figures she would get for her role in "Precious." The Golden Globes will air live on all coasts January 17th, 2010 for the first time in the Globes history. Smart move with the Internet, the first show since the Oscars to air live on all coasts, so it is not ruined for people on the West Coast.
Here is a list of nominees. Were any of your favs nominated? Any you felt got screwed?-Dr.FB