It was a bittersweet win for Tina Fey, as she took the stage to accept her SAG Award for the final season of 30 Rock — but that certainly doesn't mean we won't be seeing her soon. Back in the press room, Tina talked about her upcoming projects, including another television show she's currently developing and a new movie with her Date Night costar Steve Carell. Watch to find out what Tina's up to next, and how she got ready for her big award night.
Argo racked up yet another award season win at the Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight when the film's ensemble took the stage. Back in the press room, Ben Affleck spoke about his own surprise over the honor, why he feels the film is so relevant now, and he even got in a joke about being "overlooked" for an Oscar. Check out what Ben and the rest of the movie's cast had to say.
Jennifer Lawrence took home honors for her role in Silver Linings Playbook at tonight's SAG Awards, delivering a very candid but also heartfelt speech, during which she praised director David O. Russell. Back in the press room, she joked about her public speaking abilities, explaining that she needs tips on how to shut up — but we love hearing from her! Watch and listen in on what else Jennifer had to say, including the advice she'd give to her young actor self.
This weekend may be all about the Screen Actors Guild Awards, but we were still able to get some TV scoop out of a few stars at last night's Entertainment Weekly pre-SAG Awards party. Check out our chat with Suits star Patrick J. Adams as he talks about the drama currently brewing on the show and how the "heat" is about to get turned up between Rachel and his character, Mike.
Mayim Bialik will be watching tonight to see if the cast of The Big Bang Theory wins for outstanding performance by an ensemble, and we caught up with her at Entertainment Weekly's pre-SAG Awards party to talk about the honor. Check out our interview, and hear her talk about her character Amy's romantic side ahead of the show's Valentine's Day episode!
Silver Linings Playbook is up for several honors at tonight's Screen Actors Guild Awards, and at Entertainment Weekly's preshow party, Chris Tucker told us how the SAG nominations means even more since they are voted on by peers. Check out more details in our interview, including which TV show Chris would like to see win!
We're currently on the ground in Park City, UT, where the Sundance Film Festival is under way, bringing together famous actors, filmmakers, and even a few musicians. We caught up with fun. lead singer Nate Ruess, who talked about the band's six Grammy nominations and the whirlwind past year that saw the group catapult into the spotlight. Watch through to the end to hear his pick for his favorite movie of the year — you'll never guess what it is!
Ben Affleck took home two Golden Globes last night, picking up wins for best director and best picture for Argo. Back in the press room, talk quickly turned to an unavoidable question: after these award-season wins, how does Ben feel about not being nominated for an Oscar? Ben addressed reporters, saying he's still thrilled about the other recognition the film has received and that he feels like the "luckiest guy in the world." Watch as he talks about that — and George Clooney teases Ben about his time in "actor jail"!
Lena Dunham was a newcomer on stage at the Golden Globes, after earning honors for the very first time. The writer and actress received a statue not only for her part on Girls but also for the HBO hit as a whole. Back in the press room, she joked about getting wrapped up in award season and how she "drank the Kool-Aid" by wearing heels to the show. She also answered questions about how she feels about critics of Girls, which Lena says are just part of her job. Check it out!
People are still buzzing about Jodie Foster's acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, and back in the press room, she addressed the emotional moment, saying, "It speaks for itself." But don't count Jodie out of Hollywood just yet. Though her speech may have sounded like a retirement announcement, she says she has no plans to stop acting.
Check out our footage backstage as she talks about that and why she feels protective of young stars like Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence.
Anne Hathaway walked away a winner last night after earning a Golden Globe for her moving role in Les Misérables, and as she told reporters in the press room, it's nice to be "going home with some hardware" from an award show. Check out Anne's full chat as she reveals her gratitude over the part and how she pictures Oscar night!
Hollywood came out for the Golden Globe Awards, and we were on the red carpet and backstage as all of the action went down! If you missed the show — or just want to relive some of the best moments again — watch as our editors recap their favorite highlights of the evening, from the best-dressed ladies on the red carpet to what the winners had to say in the press room. Then tell us what part of the night you loved most. On Lindsay Miller: Badgley Mischka from RentTheRunway.com. On Allison McNamara: Rachel Gilbert. On Shannon Vestal: Issa from Forward by Elyse Walker.
Helen Hunt hit the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet after receiving some good news earlier today: she's been nominated for an Oscar for The Sessions! She told us that the pressure is on her now to represent the movie after co-star John Hawkes was surprisingly snubbed for his performance. Hear as she talks about how his omission was "not the best part" of her morning, and why she feels his role was way more challenging than her onscreen nudity.
Earlier this evening, we had a few Critics' Choice winners swing by our backstage area for a special Google+ Hangout with us! In case you missed it, watch as best actor winner Daniel Day-Lewis chats with PopSugar's Lindsay Miller and our panel about being recognized by the critics and what it really feels like for him to fully absorb himself in his characters. Is a Golden Globe on Sunday next?
If you missed our Google+ Hangout at the Critics' Choice Awards, we're bringing you some of our interviews backstage with the night's winners right now! First up, watch PopSugar's Lindsay Miller and our panel of movie critics and entertainment experts get some one-on-one time with Genius Award honoree Judd Apatow, as he reflects on earning what he calls an "applicable" title.
Les Misérables has been racking up award-season acclaim, and at the Critics' Choice Awards, director Tom Hooper shared with us why he thinks people love the film so much. Find out the secret to the musical film's success, plus how his chat with stars Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman went down after they found out about their Oscar nominations this morning.
The Primetime Emmy Awards are Sunday, and we're placing our bets on which nominees will head home winners. In this episode of The Buzz, BuzzSugar's Becky Kirsch and Shannon Vestal share their predictions in the comedy categories — and a couple of the nominees who they think really deserve it (pulling for you, Max Greenfield!). Let us know if you agree with their choices, and don't forget to make all your Emmy picks on our ballot for a chance to win $2,000.
The Primetime Emmy Awards are almost here, but first, we're making our predictions for which shows and stars are going to come out on top. In this episode of The Buzz, BuzzSugar's Becky Kirsch and Shannon Vestal are giving you an edge in your Emmy office pool as they weigh in on the drama categories. Do you agree with their picks? Let us know, and then don't forget to make all your Emmy selections on our ballot for a chance to win $2,000.
BuzzSugar's Shannon Vestal got a sneak peek at Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence's film, Silver Linings Playbook, at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, and she says it's her favorite movie to come out of the festival so far! That's a pretty big statement, so watch to find out why.
BuzzSugar's Shannon Vestal caught a screening of the upcoming movie adaptation of Cloud Atlas at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, and now she's sharing her thoughts with us. If you've seen the trailer, then you know the movie jumps from past to present to future, but is all that time switching cool or just confusing? Watch as she gives her early review.