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67th Annual Golden Globes

The 67th Annual Golden Globes will be aired this Monday, January 17, 2010, at 8 p.m. EST on . While most of the awards are for roles in a movie or TV show that’s not really kid-friendly, there are some nominees that we’ll be rooting for (you can see who we think will win in each category by looking at the images below)!


Best Animated Feature Film


  1. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: Check out KW’s review!
  2. Coraline: Check out KW’s review!
  3. Fantastic Mr. Fox: Check out KW’s review!
  4. The Princess And The Frog: Check out KW’s review!
  5. Up: Check out KW’s review!

Best Original Score


  1. Michael Giacchino for Up: Check out KW’s review!
  2. Marvin Hamlisch forThe Informant!
  3. James Horner for Avatar
  4. Abel Korzeniowski for A Single Man
  5. Karen O and Carter Burwell for Where The Wild Things Are: Check out KW’s review!

Best TV Series


  1. 30 Rock
  2. Entourage
  3. Glee: Check out KW’s review!
  4. Modern Family
  5. The Office

Best Performance By An Actress In A TV Series – Comedy Or Musical


  1. Toni Collette in United States Of Tara
  2. Courtney Cox in Cougar Town
  3. Edie Falco in Nurse Jackie
  4. Tina Fey in 30 Rock
  5. Lea Michele in Glee: Check out KW’s review!

Best Performance By An Actor In A TV Series – Comedy Or Musical


  1. Alec Baldwin in 30 Rock
  2. Steve Carell in The Office
  3. David Duchovny in Californication
  4. Thomas Jane in Hung
  5. Matthew Morrison in Glee: Check out KW’s review!

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For TV


  1. Jane Adams in Hung
  2. Rose Byrne in Damages
  3. Jane Lynch in Glee: Check out KW’s review!
  4. Janet McTeer in Into The Storm
  5. Chloe Sevigny in Big Love

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  • Juno.
  • Hairspray.
  • Enchanted.
  • Atonement.

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EndlessDream
EndlessDream posted in Movies:
Well, in the comics he does die and Batman does kill him with kryptonite ( That's Superman's only weakness.) Because Superman turns bad because of red kryptonite. But that's like waaayyyy after the Justice League.
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree with you!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I don't think that Superman's dead. He's famous for so many years and did so many great things. He is the most popular superhero DC because he is the greatest. There's always a happy ending.
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ValenciaRose
ValenciaRose posted in Movies:
"EndlessDream" wrote:No. Obviously they need Superman for the Justice League. :) he moved in the corpse I swear o.o or the camera zoomed in on it at the end, obviously suggesting something. if the movies are in order we should find out yet i'm sure they are gonna need him for the upcoming movies. after all superheroes are, like, immortal.
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