Sunday, January 8, 2017

The the Land, Casey Affleck… The predictions of Variety to the Golden Globes 2017 – The Figaro

SLIDE show – Focus on the favorites of the 74th ceremony of the Golden Globes of the magazine Variety, a few hours of the awards ceremony, presented by Jimmy Fallon.

This Sunday, January 8, this will be the 74th edition of the Golden Globes in Los Angeles. Presented by Jimmy Fallon, the ceremony will reward the small and the big screen. Considered for many as the antechamber of the Oscars, it will be scrupulously scrutinized. The exercise of the predictions is tough, but the magazine Variety was hitched up to the task.

One finds without surprise the big favourite The Land directed by Damien Chazelle starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. The feature-length film, its director and its lead actress will be rewarded according to the crystal ball of Variety just like the original song, City of the Stars. Only the poor man’s Ryan Gosling would leave again empty-handed, for the benefit of Hugh Grant. The dandy English would win the Golden Globe for best actor for the biopic Florence Foster Jenkins.

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on The side of dramas, a terrible battle will take place on the stage of the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Which of Natalie Portman for the biopic Jackie, Isabelle Huppert for the thriller It or Amy Adams for Noctural Animals will win the valuable prize? For Variety, the latter will win again the Golden Globe for best actress, a year after being the winner for his role in Big Eyes of Tim Burton. The actor at his upper arm should be Casey Affleck, brother of Ben, to Manchester by the Sea by Kenneth Lonergan.

For the Golden Globe for best foreign film, the magazine of the american focus on France and the thriller It of Paul Verhoeven. Finally, this is Kubo and the magical armour , which won the votes of the writing, despite the serious competitors Zootopie, Vaiana, the legend of the end of the world and the lovely My Life as a Zucchini.


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