Monday, January 16, 2012
First Published: January 16, 2012 2:35 PM EST Credit: Access Hollywood Caption 2012 Golden Globes Backstage: Peter Dinklage Wins!LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Peter Dinklage stepped away from his 6-week-old baby girl his first child on Sunday night to pick up the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series at the Golden Globes, and he was feeling nervous. Backstage, after his win, Peter told Access Hollywoods Billy Bush that he and wife Erica Schmidt were keeping in close contact with their babysitter. Asked who was more nervous to be away from their newborn, Peter took the blame. I think maybe me. But shes the one texting, because I think Id be sweating. I dont think my texts would work, he said. The actor, who plays Tyrion Lannister in HBOs Game of Thrones, a role that sees him as the new Hand of the King in the upcoming Season 2, said this part has been one of his greatest ever acting adventures. Its up there, yeah, Peter told Billy. Its sort of a continuing thing. Ive never been a part of something that might go on for about six or seven years, so thats fun to explore. Peter won the Emmy last year for playing Tyrion, but he wasnt convinced hed land Sundays Golden Globe. It would be weird if I had a feeling that I was gonna win, it would be arrogant of me, so no, youve just gotta sort of let the people around you be confident about it and then you just sort of go into a bit of a vacuum when they call out those names and hope for the best, Peter said. Those are amazing actors though, in that category. Tim Robbins and Paul Giamatti and Guy Pearce and Eric [Stonestreet] are just incredible actors. Who am I? While playing Tyrion may be a celebrated role, Peter, who recently wrapped up filming on Season 2 of Thrones knows becoming a dad tops it all. [Its] incredible, he said. Life changing. Game of Thrones Season 2 premieres on HBO on April 1 at 9 PM ET/PT. Copyright 2012 by NBC Universal, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Since his hosting stint finally year's sort-of awkward, sort-of funny Golden Globes, Ough Gervais has maintained an unapologetic stance on his brash and off-color routine. But throughout a 'Today' show interview, the comedian made an out-of-character confession: "I first got it a little wrong." Obviously, he was speaking concerning the 2010 show. "I attempted way too hard using the schtick, the comedy, and that i must have just gone available and done zingers, I believe, since the attention length of someone in an award show, specially the Golden Globe, is all about another,Inch he told Matt Lauer. For this year's show, the comedian echoed a past sentiment that none of his jokes -- about Angelina Jolie's poor-carrying out movie or Robert Downey Jr's fight with drugs -- were false. Obviously, any publicity is nice publicity, so Gervais was asked to host the Globes for any third time, which airs The month of january 15. Works out a few of the backlash from this past year did modify the British joke-slinger. "What really expected the total amount was all individuals individuals who stated I'd not be asked back." Hey, men, Ough Gervais has feelings, too! [via THR] Follow Moviefone on Twitter Like Moviefone on Facebook
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
As is available most likely heard, Justin Timberlake apparently sprang the question to his on-again-off-again girlfriend Jessica Biel. Congratulations, the two of you! (Provided this report is real and never some false little bit of fanfic and unrealistic appearing as journalism.) Hopefully the lengthy-time couple are ready for that ebbs and flows of married existence, but -- otherwise -- they are able to look toward their very own onscreen act as causes of inspiration for marital bliss. Ahead, six dos and do nots the happy couple can study from their movies. Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel Marriage Tips Don't cheat -- particularly with underage internsDo share your family choresDon't steal things -- like have a picnic basketsDo avoid 'I Now Pronounce You Chuck Ray' for wedding tipsDon't possess a spontaneous expensive mob at the weddingDo forgive one another for the mistakes See All Moviefone Art galleries » [Top Photo: FilmMagic] Follow Moviefone on Twitter Like Moviefone on Facebook
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
When Rooney Mara is not commanding the screen using the talent of the old professional in 'The Girl Using the Dragon Tattoo,' she's trashing her previous companies. Only a month after apologizing for saying her stint on 'Law & Order: SVU' was "so awful" and "so stupid," Mara informs Entertainment Weekly that they did not really wish to come in the remake of 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' that assisted launch her film career. "You type of learn how to self-sabotage with things you won't want to get," she told EW inside a new interview (quotes not online). "Sometimes you won't want to go however, you perform a great job and also you have it anyway. Which was type of [what went down with] 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' -- I did not really even need it. After which I went in [to audition] and that i was like, [whispering] "Fuck, I certainly got that." Mara continues to express later within the interview that following 'Elm Street,' she "did not wish to act any longer." It had been only after finding the script for 'The Social Network' that Mara was "reinspired." Obviously, that collaboration with director David Fincher directly brought to her casting in 'The Girl Using the Dragon Tattoo.' All's well that finishes well. [via EW] [Photo: AP The spanish language] Best Performances of 2011 11. Uggie, 'The Artistཆ. Corey Stoll, 'Midnight in ParisƏ. Ryan Gosling, 'DriveƎ. Kristen Wiig, 'Bridesmaidsƍ. Michelle Williams, 'My Week With Marilynƌ. Meryl Streep, 'The Iron LadyƋ. Michael Fassbender, 'ShameƊ. Albert Brooks, 'DriveƉ. Charlize Theron, 'Young Adultƈ. Kaira Pitt, 'MoneyballƇ. Rooney Mara, 'The Girl Using the Dragon Tattoo' See All Moviefone Art galleries » Follow Moviefone on Twitter Like Moviefone on Facebook