The Golden Globes provided a host of unexpected victories as well as its usual display of internet-breaking fodder. Perhaps the biggest surprise came in the form of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, which scooped Best Film – Musical or Comedy, while Richard Linklater’s Boyhood won big with Best Director and Best Film – Drama, and Patricia Arquette claimed Best Actress for her role in the film.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were on top form with their usual opening banter, with Sony, George Clooney and Steve Carell falling prey to their expert wit.
Ant Man: After a turbulent production that included original director Edgar Wright parting ways with the project, the latest Marvel adaptation starring Paul Rudd received its first trailer. With Yes Man director Peyton Reed now at the helm, Ant-Man follows con-man Scott Lang as he takes on a life-changing heist. The film comes out in July.
Sisters: No sooner had best friends Tina Fey and Amy Poehler delivered a belting performance as they presented the Golden Globes for the last time than a sneak peak of their new film Sisters went live. The film, directed by Pitch Perfect’s Jason Moore, sees the pair play grown sisters who throw one final house party before their parents sell their home. The film will be released for Christmas.
Chappie: Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie received a new trailer this week. Starring Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver, the film follows a vulnerable alien as it becomes increasingly involved with human life. The District 9 director’s new film will come out in March.