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64th Golden Globe Awards

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Date  15 January 2007
Other ceremonies  2006, 2008
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Location  Beverly Hills, California, United States

The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards were aired on January 15, 2007. Some key dates announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are:

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The ceremony was broadcast live on NBC. Indicating the impact that animated films have had on the film industry, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced in early 2006 that a Golden Globe would be awarded for the Best Animated Feature for the first time at this award ceremony.

Dreamgirls won the most awards, with 3 (including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy). Babel, received the most nominations, with 7 (only winning 1, for Best Motion Picture – Drama).

Winners and nominees

These are the nominees for the 64th Golden Globe Awards. Winners are listed at the top of each list.

Film

  • 7 nominations - Babel
  • 6 nominations - The Departed
  • 5 nominations - Dreamgirls
  • 4 nominations - The Queen
  • 3 nominations - Little Children, Notes on a Scandal and The Devil Wears Prada
  • 2 nominations - Bobby, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, Happy Feet, Letters from Iwo Jima, Little Miss Sunshine, Thank You for Smoking, The Pursuit of Happyness and Volver
  • Television

  • 4 nominations - Grey's Anatomy and Weeds
  • 3 nominations - Broken Trail, Desperate Housewives, Elizabeth I and Mrs. Harris
  • 2 nominations - 24, Big Love, Bleak House, Entourage, Gideon's Daughter, Heroes, Lost, Prime Suspect: The Final Act, The Office, Tsunami: The Aftermath and Ugly Betty
  • Film

  • 3 wins - Dreamgirls
  • 2 wins - The Queen
  • Television

  • 3 wins - Elizabeth I
  • 2 wins - Gideon's Daughter and Ugly Betty
  • Isaiah Washington Press Conference Controversy

    At the winners press conference referencing a scandal over alleged remarks to costar of Grey's Anatomy T.R. Knight, Washington said "No I did not call him a faggot" as executive producer Shonda Rhimes and other cast members looked on. Katherine Heigl would condemn Washington for his remarks and this would lead to Washington's eventual exit from the show as the atmosphere on set was not good.

    References

    64th Golden Globe Awards Wikipedia


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