‘Star Is Born,’ ‘Mary Poppins’ could lead Golden Globe nominations

Despite its many songs, “A Star Is Born,” starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, is competing in the Globes’ dramatic categories. (File/AFP)
Updated 06 December 2018
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‘Star Is Born,’ ‘Mary Poppins’ could lead Golden Globe nominations

  • The Golden Globes will be held in Beverly Hills on Jan. 6
  • Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh will be hosting the awards ceremony

NEW YORK: Nominees for the 76th annual Golden Globes Awards will be announced Thursday morning, and both “A Star Is Born” and “Mary Poppins Returns” could be in for a big morning.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will unveil their nominations beginning at 8:15 a.m. EST. The nominations will be livestreamed on the Globes’ official Facebook page and the group’s website. The top categories will be carried live on NBC.
Presenters will include Terry Crews, Danai Gurira, Leslie Mann and Christian Slater.
Despite its many songs, “A Star Is Born” is competing in the Globes’ dramatic categories. Two Oscar favorites, “Green Book” and “The Favourite,” are slotting in as comedies, where the Disney musical “Mary Poppins” could pile up nominations.
Curiously, the Hollywood Foreign Press doesn’t consider foreign-language films eligible for best film, so Alfonso Cuaron’s Netflix drama “Roma” will be left out of the Globes’ top category.
On the TV side, Amazon’s “Homecoming” and Ryan Murphy’s “Pose” may score nominations in their first eligible awards show.
The Golden Globes will be held in Beverly Hills on Jan. 6. The HFPA on Wednesday announced that Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh will host.


Cardi B in hot water over club brawl

Cardi B. (AP)
Updated 09 December 2018
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Cardi B in hot water over club brawl

NEW YORK: A New York judge on Friday ordered rapper Cardi B to have no contact with two bartenders she allegedly attacked in a club brawl, but allowed her to remain free after she skipped a court appearance earlier in the week. 

Queens Criminal Court Judge Scott Dunn allowed the hip-hop star, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, to remain free without bail, a spokeswoman from the Queens District Attorney’s Office said. The judge had threatened to have her arrested for not showing up in court on Monday.