"American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" Won the Two Biggest Golden Globes Last Night
Last night was the 71st annual "Golden Globes" which is considered the fun awards show. Here's what happened:
"American Hustle" won Best Comedy or Musical, and "12 Years a Slave" won Best Drama. AMY ADAMS and JENNIFER LAWRENCE both won for "Hustle", too.
"Gravity" got a Best Director win for ALFONSO CUARON.
Other winners included CATE BLANCHETT for "Blue Jasmine" and LEONARDO DICAPRIO for "The Wolf of Wall Street". And both MATTHEW MCONAUGHEY and JARED LETO won for "Dallas Buyers Club".
On the TV side, "Breaking Bad" won Best TV Drama, and BRYAN CRANSTON won Best Actor in a Drama for it.
Surprisingly, ANDY SAMBERG'S show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" won Best TV Comedy . . . AND Andy won Best Actor in a Comedy.
Pamela Anderson Has Remarried Her Ex
PAMELA ANDERSON has married RICK SALOMON for the SECOND time. Salomon is probably best known as the male "star" of the PARIS HILTON sex tape.
Pam married him in 2007, but they got an annulment a few months later. They started hooking up again last year . . . and over the summer, Pam was photographed apparently PERFORMING on Rick in the ocean in Maui.
Pam says, quote, "We're very happy. Our families are very happy and that's all that matters."
Whitney Houston's Daughter Married Her Adopted "Brother"
WHITNEY HOUSTON'S daughter BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN married her adopted "brother" NICK GORDON. They announced it on Twitter with a picture of their wedding rings.
Bobbi and Nick aren't siblings biologically OR legally. Nick was "unofficially" adopted by Whitney as a teenager. Bobbi turns 21 in March.
Justin Bieber Got Caught Egging His Neighbor's House
JUSTIN BIEBER got caught on video egging his neighbor's house Thursday night, and police are investigating.
Justin went over to the neighbor's house and started throwing eggs at his front door. When the guy went out on a second floor balcony and started filming, he got into a shouting match with Bieber, who started throwing eggs at HIM.
He said, quote, "I see you. I [effing] see you!" And Justin replied, quote, "[Eff] you! I got another one for you, actually!"
Police were called, but there's no word on any charges. We don't even know if they've talked to Justin yet. He reportedly threw at least 20 eggs.
Shia LaBeouf Says He's Leaving Public Life . . . And Jim Carrey Made Fun of Him at the Golden Globes
SHIA LABEOUF announced on Friday that he was going UNDERGROUND. He said on Twitter, quote, "In light of the recent attacks on my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life."
He added, "My love goes out to those who have supported me." (As of yesterday he was still Tweeting, though.)
Last night at the "Golden Globes" while JIM CARREY was presenting an award, he said, quote, "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard. I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that. So young, so wise."
(FYI: There's no definitive answer to the question of who coined that phrase. The legend is that those were the last words of British actor EDMUND KEAN, who died in 1833.)
"Lone Survivor" Is #1 at the Box Office . . . "Hercules" Didn't Even Crack the Top Three
Mark Wahlberg's Navy SEAL movie "Lone Survivor" finished first at the box office this weekend with $38.5 million. That's the second-biggest January opening ever, behind "Cloverfield", which made $40 million in 2008.
But things weren't so good for "The Legend of Hercules", which tanked in a big way. The movie brought in just $8.6 million in its first three days of release, despite costing an estimated $70 million to make. Here are this week's Top 5 movies:
1. (NEW) "Lone Survivor", $38.5 million. Up to $38.9 million in its 3rd week, after two weeks of limited release.
2. "Frozen", $15.1 million. Up to $318 million in its 8th week.
3. "The Wolf of Wall Street", $9 million. Up to $78.6 million in its 3rd week.
4. (NEW) "The Legend of Hercules", $8.6 million.
5. "American Hustle", $8.6 million. Up to $102 million in its 5th week.