The stars of Game of Thrones hit the Golden Globes red carpet

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The stars of Game of Thrones came out for the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, currently underway in Beverly Hills, California. The annual live celebration, airing on NBC, honors the best of film and television from 2015. Emilia Clarke, Natalie Dormer and more past and present co-stars walked the red carpet, showing off their fashions and preparing to support Game of Thrones as the show competes for Best TV Drama.

First off, there was the usual flurry of preparation and hurrying off to the ceremony:

Dormer prep

Gimme @dunkindonuts #AD #redcarpet #awardseason #DDPerksLove

A photo posted by Pedro Pascal (@pascalispunk) on

On the red carpet:

Natalie Dormer

Emilia Clarke

Emilia

Sean Bean

Tobias Menzies, GoT‘s Edmure Tully, was up for Best Supporting Actor for his role on Outlander this evening. Christian Slater (Mr. Robot) took home the award.

Tobias Menzies

The group photos are courtesy of FirstLook:

Peet Benioff Pascal

Amanda Peet

Natalie Dormer offered up a quick soundbite from the red carpet, regarding Jon Snow:

Stay tuned to find out if Game of Thrones takes home the award for Best Drama!

UPDATE: The award for Best TV Drama goes to...Mr. Robot! Congratulations to the cast and crew of Mr. Robot.

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    1. WOW

      its my first

      this is as awesome as that time Gandalf told harry the force was strong with him at the Red Wedding

      on a serious note though Pascal is so funny and people should really just stop asking the JON question … for hodors sake hes on the poster and in the teaser

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    2. Beanie!!

      Emilia and Natalie look lovely as ever. And now I’m oobsessing over Amanda Peet’s dress.

      Good luck to GoT tonight!

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    3. I really hope to see Emilia’s dress in motion. I have a feeling it’s one of those dresses that isn’t done justice in a still photograph.

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    4. I was surprised at how few of the actors came this time, compared to last year. Granted, the show is highly unlikely to win, given the lack of nominations overall, but the Globes are such a legendarily fun party. Natalie looks gorgeous.

      I guess we’ll have to wait for SAG at the month’s end for a large cast gathering.

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    5. Sansa’s Knight:

      on a serious note though Pascal is so funny and people should really just stop asking the JON question … for hodors sake hes on the poster and in the teaser

      Totally agree!!!

      Fingers crossed!!! Good Luck!!

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    6. Well that was that,at least Outlander didn’t win . Also this show almost put me to sleep,it was unbearable . Oh and apparently Lady Gaga won some award because she is an actress now,ok .

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    7. The Golden Globes have a habit of awarding the hot new show/actors. Mr. Robot was a big deal this year, so I’m not that surprised.

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    8. Always next year Thrones, there’s always next year. here’s Hoping next season is the best one yet 🙂

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    9. I’ve never watched Mr. Robot, but it gets consistently strong buzz amongst critics and discerning viewers, so I should make a point of seeing it at some point.

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    10. And Mr.Robot wins.. Personally thought Narcos would. Oh well.. 100something days until S6 hits!

      Sean C.:
      I was surprised at how few of the actors came this time, compared to last year.Granted, the show is highly unlikely to win, given the lack of nominations overall, but the Globes are such a legendarily fun party.Natalie looks gorgeous.

      You been?

      Natalie makes me gawk at every glance. She’s pretty much the reason why I didn’t fall asleep during Mockingjay p2..

      Olivia Wilde is looking pretty hot as well..

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    11. Oh Sean, you silly man.

      Pedro, you are very missed! Always dapper. 🙂

      Emilia’s dress is gorgeous ( she’s probably sick of white!), but Natalie’s looks like a large letter ‘T’. Ah well, she wins in so many ways!

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    12. Al Swearengen,

      Watched the first episode,didn’t care for it,i also had the same reaction for Person of Interest,another show that is pretty similar and was widely praised but i couldn’t get into it,these type of shows just aren’t for me .

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    13. Jack Bauer 24,

      Yeah,even if Mr Robot is not my cup of tea,i’m still satisfied it won over that overrated pile of junk.i admit it also has to do with the fact that particular show was a SJW favorite and crushing their hopes is great for me .

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    14. Tyrion the Myrion:
      Well that was that,at least Outlander didn’t win . Also this show almost put me to sleep,it was unbearable . Oh and apparently Lady Gaga won some award because she is an actress now,ok .

      Gaga actually performed really well in AHS:Hotel.. It’s not totally undeserved, but she should’ve taken Ricky’s cue on the crying bit..

      Sue the Fury:
      The Golden Globes have a habit of awarding the hot new show/actors. Mr. Robot was a big deal this year, so I’m not that surprised.

      And yet.. Jon Hamm..

      Tyrion the Myrion:
      Also the HFP has a hard on for some show that i never heard of Mozart in the desert or some shit

      Mozart in the Jungle, and it’s a very funny show in the more smaller things, not over the top stuff. What’s with your negativity?

      Also, Jlaw’s lovehandle cut outs, Katy Perry’s poodlehair and what was Jane Fonda thinking..

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    15. Ser Oromis Locke: And yet.. Jon Hamm..

      Maybe they just wanted to gaze upon his gorgeousness (not to say him winning was undeserved, just…daaaamn).

      Ser Oromis Locke: Jlaw’s lovehandle cut outs,

      Love handle cut outs? I wasn’t paying attention, but in the spirit of passing along utterly pointless “knowledge,” we don’t call ’em love handles in Kentucky. We call ’em “Kentucky Tubeage,” or at least we did when I was growing up there. 🙂

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    16. Well i am glad Game of Thrones didnt win at this point. This show is such a joke its hilarious. Everything bad / mediocre wins. Like great stuff gets nominated but they never actually win. Hollywood foreign press clearly cant be taken seriously as opposed to Emmy voters. HBO actually did win award for Show me a Hero which i thought was the most boring show on HBO this year (and that includes the Brink).
      Also… since when is the Martian a COMEDY. That is surely the joke? (I did like that movie but it isnt a comedy…)

      The total absence of the cast of GOT says it all. People who were in US already showed up but no one took the problem of crossing the Pond for this.

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    17. Jack Bauer 24,

      I’ve never watched MrRobot but I’ve heard of it. I actually heard mostly not good stuff.
      I’ve seen a few early episodes of Outlander but Can never find it on tv. Is it not good?

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    18. Judibatt:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      I’ve never watched MrRobot but I’ve heard of it. I actually heard mostly not good stuff.
      I’ve seen a few early episodes of Outlander but Can never find it on tv. Is it not good?

      I didn’t like it. Particularly the second half of the season. The last 2 episodes went overboard with the rape.

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    19. FreeParking:
      Lol, Ricky going out on another Mel Gibson jab. He is the only reason to watch the Golden Globes.

      Sure ended abruptly though.. Did Harrison Ford even get to say anything? Did I blink and miss it? That poor guy was still doing his improv speech and shamballs! “That’s a wrap!”.

      Final note, who else was distracted by Julianne Moore’s dress? I agree that in Mockingjay 2, she fell into the background with those clothes and grey hair, but this was the extreme opposite..

      Oh, and when Leo was holding his speech, you could see Katy in the frontrow trying her best not to look at him as if they just broke up and this was a totally awkward, but otherwise unavoidable situation.. Like Theon watching Sansa..

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    20. I ve just watched the first 5 episodes of Mr Robot over the weekend, and I cant get myself to finish this first series. It is like a fight club meets V for vengeance, now with hackers and drugs. I can still find something to like about that type of story line, but they completely lose me with the 20 minute plus hallucination sequences.

      It just seems like this show is trying to hard to be intellectual and hipster, it is a bit self indulgent in my opinion. But different people like different things, I can perhaps see how people might enjoy all of the social media and technical plots in the show.
      But I just couldn’t finish the series, I ended up finishing a season of Fargo instead. Perhaps I will try to finish it at some point.

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    21. Not surprised that Mr. Robot won. A good show–quirky characters, a plot that requires the watcher to pay attention. Rami Malek is hauntingly good.

      I happen to really like Outlander. I am a fan of the books and am pleasantly surprised at how well that they have adapted them to the screen. The casting is great-as good as GoT-and the sets are perfect. The last two episodes of season 1 were VERY hard to take, but that is not a surprise to anyone who has read the books. Yes, they were disturbing and graphic. So were the scenes as written by Diana Gabaldon, and my imagination was far worse than anything that can be shown on television. Much like Sansa’s wedding night, I just don’t get the outrage here. It wasn’t tasteless-no porn shots-but it was visceral and real and disturbing, which is true to the story it portrays.

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    22. In all of these award shows for the last year, it is a bit of a shame, in my opinion, that Justified wasn’t nominated for anything in their last season. The show had a strong ending, and it was mostly good throughout their 6 seasons.

      The show had great actors and often great guest actors as well. They also had some interesting characters and good dialog. I will really miss Justified this year.

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    23. Congratulations to Mr Robot and all the nominees, actually pretty shocked Fargo didn’t win anything. oh well, Game of Thrones, there’s always next Year buddy. 🙂

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    24. Sean C.,

      I watched the first two episodes over the Xmas holiday because USA was doing a marathon. Too bad it was already late and I went to bed. I was enjoying it. Was a little concerned at first, since so much of the main character’s voice over – his world view – seemed like it was taken from the latest Russell Brand political rant, but it got better as it went along.

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    25. Al Swearengen: lel so many people being salty about Mr Robot just because it won over GOT.

      People just like different things. All of these shows are very different in nature. GoT and Outlander for example are almost complete opposites to something like Mr Robot. We dont all have to like the same things.

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    26. Emilia’s dress looked like a goth caftan fishing net. Just terrible.

      Natalie’s was better, but it appeared to be swallowing her.

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    27. Darn, I watched the preshows, on 2 channels, flipping back and forth, and most of the broadcast, and didn’t catch even a glimpse of anyone from GoT. Not D&D and their pretty wives (In the picture you have upthread, both wives are beautiful, I had never seen Dan’s wife before. ) Not Emilia or Natalie, not Pedro or Sean. Not a peek, even in the shots when the cameras panned the audience. Until I came on here, I thought no one from GoT showed up to this. So thanks for the pictures.

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    28. Boudica,

      I never said they did. The last couple episodes of Outlander was pretty brutal to get through, made Ramsay having his with with Sansa look extremely tame in comparison.

      BTW I completely agree about Justified. “We dug coal together” Dem feels.

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    29. They need to wrap up in 8 seasons. Seems to me some of the cast is losing interesting rapidly. Small turnout for this show compared to previous years. Saw some Natalie Dormer interviews for her latest movie. And while she was of course polite, she was not overly enthused being asked GoT questions. And before people go off on me, I want to emphasize I did not say they hate the show, or don’t want to be on the show, or are tired of the show. I said in my opinion some are losing interest, which is not an outrageous statement and would also follow historical pattern of highly successful TV shows. After a certain period the cast’s fame grows, they receive other opportunities and are ready to try other things. This is rather common and I’m quite sure is part of the reason D&D are looking for the exit.

      Though having to contract with the cast for an 8th season could bring some tense times. Which too would follow historical precedence of tension.

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    30. Al Swearengen:
      Boudica,

      I never said they did. The last couple episodes of Outlander was pretty brutal to get through, made Ramsay having his with with Sansa look extremely tame in comparison.

      BTW I completely agree about Justified. “We dug coal together” Dem feels.

      That line is one of the greatest of all time. I miss that show already.

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    31. I wouldn’t worry about Game Of Thrones losing the Golden Globe too much. The Globes have always been a bit of a joke. The nominations can basically be bought and / or handed out based on celebrity status of nominees vs. quality of performances. They also make a lot of questionable calls regarding drama vs. comedy grouping (for example, “The Martian”, while surprisingly funny and oftentimes hilarious, is NOT a comedy) and which performances go in lead vs. supporting categories. Also, they’re not a terribly great indicator of who will win in the bigger, more respected (Oscars and Emmys) award shows. Basically, it’s an excuse to have a fun party with drunk celebrities and put it on TV.

      That being said, Game of Thrones doesn’t need to win every award and I am grateful for the attention that this win will give Mr. Robot, one of my favorite (full disclosure, I’m a computer programmer and this show presents the most accurate depiction of hacking and tech I’ve seen to date in the media) shows of the last year. When Season 2 rolls around this summer, a win like this will bring a lot of well-earned attention to the show. Just because I like Game of Thrones the most doesn’t mean I have to trash everything else.

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    32. Sad they didn’t win, but to be fair I haven’t seen Mr. Robot. Seems I should!

      Emilia gave fierce side boob and I loved it.

      I’ve had a girl crush on Amanda Peet since forever. Loved the merlot lips.

      I’m falling back in love with Natalie Dormer thanks to a Netflix marathon of The Tudors (also sighted: Ser Barristan!). Gorgeous, although I’m not used to seeing her in such bold color choices!

      All the GoT men all have that stupid ability to look dapper in suits of any sort. Good on ya gents.

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    33. Al Swearengen,

      Or maybe you’re the one overprojecting because the show is still as popular as ever and no amount of dumb butthurt from book purists like yourself could ever do anything to hurt it .

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    34. Darren:
      …I am grateful for the attention that this win will give Mr. Robot, one of my favorite (full disclosure, I’m a computer programmer and this show presents the most accurate depiction of hacking and tech I’ve seen to date in the media) shows of the last year….

      Oh! I’m glad to “hear” you say that as I have always wondered how accurate a picture the show presents of the hacker world. Cool to know. Thanks!

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    35. Ashara D,

      I’m not a hacker, but I do work in web security as part of my job and it’s very detailed and realistic in how actual hacking works, which means that they actually cared to get that aspect of the show correct, as opposed to something like “Hackers” where a “kid who is good at computers” taps on a keyboard for 10 seconds and cracks the Pentagon. lol Social engineering, packet-sniffing, using insecure secondary systems to access secure primary systems, etc. All legit and presented accurately.

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    36. Ah well, you can’t win them all, and I’m intruiged enough now to give Mr. Robot a try.

      On the movie front. I tried watching Reverant twice, and fell asleep on both occasions. It must be me, since it gets universal acclaim, but I couldn’t find anything interesting about that story. That said, it surely was better than MM Fury Road – how the heck did that film ever get nominated? It had even less story than the recent Star Wars!

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    37. Ho hum. If I wasn’t watching football I may have tuned in just to see the “Chubby Little Loser” do his thing.

      #ripBowie.

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    38. Tar Kidho,

      Mad Max was likely nominated for the simple reason that it is a masterfully put together film. To further understand, you can read any of the literally hundreds of positive reviews and articles discussing it in much greater depth than I can.

      A simple story is not always a negative if it effectively serves what the film is aiming to be.

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    39. Tried watching Mr.Robot but it just wasn’t my thing. Congratulations anyway.

      Putting The Martian under ”comedy” was a complete joke tough..

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    40. Jeremy,

      “Hey guys, let’s make a movie where we have a monster truck riding just in front of an army of monster cars for the entire duration of the film”
      “Don’t we need a bit of story too?”
      “Sure, we have them ride in one direction first, and then have them turn around and go in the opposite direction. Also, power to the people! Our target audience will like that.”

      Nothing wrong with a simple story, but really, that vehicle (haha) required suspense of disbelief to the extreme.

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    41. Emilia looks very different from her character here, appears more mature all of a sudden. She has nice glowing skin. The dress is more subdued than I would expect someone her age to choose. Natalie’s dress, the shape and color don’t do her much justice. Would look better without the black strap up to neck and material sitting on shoulders instead of draped across arms. Plus I would have chosen a muted color. I loved the light blue dress she wore in the show. Didn’t know Dan was married. I just assumed he was a single guy for some reason lol.

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    42. Emilia and Natalie are stunning as always …

      Amanda should do a role in GOt ….leader of red priestess maybe

      I can’t explain but there is something when emilia instagrams….every post so far from her as been a jewel and killing it …who can forget her with the dog and Maisie and Sophie …

      Congrats to Mr.Robort …I guess GOT will receive this in 7th or 8th season …

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    43. Ashara D,

      My opinions exactly about Mr. Robot and Outlander. I should add that I find Mr. Robot almost too dark to watch, that kind of darkness which comes from a troubled mind and absolutely no chance of escape.
      I haven’t read Diana Gabaldon’s novels, but I’m glad the series presented their true essence.

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    44. Tyrion the Myrion:
      Al Swearengen,

      Watched the first episode,didn’t care for it,i also had the same reaction for Person of Interest,another show that is pretty similar and was widely praised but i couldn’t get into it,these type of shows just aren’t for me .

      Person of interest and M.robot have nothing in common. Two different tv show. Person of interest is basically a cheesy action james bond show that doesn’t take itself serious… M.robot is a psychological drama about real hacking. If you compare these two is obvious that you haven’t understand anything about M.Robot so you opinion is invalid.

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    45. Shy Lady Dragon,

      I love Amanda Peet’s dress. It’s gorgeous. Flattering and feminine. I didn’t watch the awards show though did you? I heard some people complaining about the language. I thought the clip of DiCaprio’s response to Lady Gaga amusing 🙂

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    46. January 2015 WotW had 40 articles. We have only 11 so far and we are more than a third of the way through the month. Weird.

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    47. YgritTe:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      Wasn’t here last year. What were the articles mostly about during this month? I figured it was slow because filming is over. But tbh it does feel a bit weird.

      dragonbringer:
      Jack Bauer 24,

      Well last year we had more news like IMAX screening a and eveything….which we dont have this year …so it’s been a slow month …

      Yeah like Dragonbringer said there was the IMAX Experience and they also announced the “Day in the Life” behind the scenes that aired in February. I hope the rest of the month isn’t silent and/or only awards show related.

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    48. YgritTe,

      Well, that dress looked flattering because Amanda looks great! Beautiful feminine dress, indeed, but on a plump untoned body it would have been very sad.
      Unfortunately I felt very sleepy at 2 a.m. and the Globes transmition began at 3 a.m., so I went to bed, hoping that HBO will show a short version this evening. But I don’t see it in the TV programme 🙁
      Nevertheless, the first thing in the morning I checked on WOTW (as usual) and when I saw the title I guessed there had been no award for GOT 🙁
      I looked online to see as many dresses I could. I feel confortable and myself in casual clothes, but I like to see beautiful design clothes on beautiful people.

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    49. Shy Lady Dragon,

      Me too! I regret not having more style with clothing but comfort always wins. Whenever I try and force myself to dress up I end up giving in and grab the usual jeans, black pants etc. Only exception are vacation, wedding and funerals.

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    50. Jack Bauer 24,

      This is pretty much the same amount of articles we had last year at this time. Last year we had a lot more posts at the end of January particularly because of the IMAX screening, and then the new trailer and a batch of season 5 photos hit. Hopefully this year will be similar with the timing of a trailer and season 6 photos.

      Last year, the IMAX screening was announced on Jan. 6th. Haven’t heard anything about an IMAX showing this year but it could still theoretically happen.

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    51. YgritTe,

      For at least 7 years I have worn a dress only at weddings. A black suit is what I wear at funerals (with a black overcoat if it happens to be winter). Due to my job (I am a researcher) I frequently go to symposiums, where I wear a suit or pants with an elegant blouse and a shawl/ poncho/ cardigan. Even for my Ph.D. final presentation I wore a suit.
      I think one can have a nice style without wearing dresses. Imo dresses certainly don’t suit me.

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    52. Shy Lady Dragon,

      I am sufficiently impressed! Lady D has a Ph.D? May I ask what area of research you’re involved in? I happen to just be an administrative assistant (Fancy name they give us office clerical people 🙂 at a global company for the past 15+ years. But it’s certainly not my dream job. See, I could not wear suits and give presentations like you do though. I suffer from introversion and an Aversion to, well, wearing suits lol. I mean it when I say “casual dresser.” Very sensitive to confining/stiffer fabrics. Maybe it’s an OCD-type thing. Past my bedtime, off to dream (perhaps of a certain someone if I’m lucky haha) Ttyl.

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    53. Given The Martian‘s success, maybe GoT should be nominated as a musical or comedy next year? Silliness.

      Yay for Mr. Robot, The Revenant, The Martian and Inside Out. Cool, original stuff on the big and small screen this year.

      Sad day though: RIP David Bowie…forever Ziggy Stardust…totally original. “We can be heroes just for one day.”

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    54. Warm thoughts out to David Bowie, rest in peace Major Tom. *sigh*

      Game of Thrones will get ’em next year and other awards yet to come this year. Congratulations to all the winners.

      For fashion. I thought that Natalie was beautiful, but the waistline could have used a belt in the same black as the halter. Emilia didn’t wear that dress, it wore her, too bulky and big. The real GoT’s winner look was Amanda, what a knock out. Also Pedro was so dapper. I didn’t watch the show but checked all the fashions from the red carpet online. There were a few other stunners there and some major clunks. Argh.

      Someone up thread said that Kit was there, he wasn’t. He was at 2015 GG’s, but not last night. He may still be in Rio showing off that six pack? 😉 LOL.

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    55. JCDavis,

      Yeah, some old photos of Kit from the 2015 awards were floating around last night with people claiming they were new. That’s what caused the confusion for some.

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    56. Al Swearengen:
      Boudica,

      BTW I completely agree about Justified. “We dug coal together” Dem feels.

      :'( I’m sorry, did you see a creek out in the lobby? Pretty green trees, and cutoff mountains? You think we’re in the holler?! I am a Deputy U.S. Marshal!

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    57. Deesensfan,

      I have watched part of season 1 on TV but for some mysterious reason I stopped watching, although I enjoyed it. I suppose it might be that I’m not used to following that channel, I watch historical documentaries on another one.
      I think I can watch seasons 1-3 online and catch up.

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    58. YgritTe,

      Thanks for your kind words! I have graduated Philology (Romanian and English) and my Ph.D. is in literature. I have been working at a Human Studies institute at the literature department for 15 years. I take part in collective projects (dictionaries of literature, literature studies concerning a certain theme, writers encyclopaedias). Before that I had taught English to highschool students and Technical University and Veterinary Medicine students. You have almost my whole c.v. now 🙂

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    59. I don’t know why the hate for Outlander, it’s a good show, slightly different genre, I guess folks don’t like historical fiction and romance.

      I felt that GOT wouldn’t win after the Emmy scoops, so yes I was pulling for Outlander and Balfey with hopes that GOT get something.

      I have no clue about Mr. Robot and not sure if I will give it a quick peek.

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    60. Grailking,

      I like Outlander and I was impressed by Tobias Menzies’s performance. The two protagonists are very pleasant to watch and the whole Scottish background is interesting. But this is far, far from the passion and excitement I feel while watching GOT.

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    61. I was really disappointed with the last season of Vikings. Season 4 being 20 episodes worries me because I’m not confident Hirst can keep a consistent pace for that long. This just means the bad parts of Season 3 will get even more extended screen time.

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    62. Shy Lady Dragon:
      Grailking,

      I like Outlander and I was impressed by Tobias Menzies’s performance. The two protagonists are very pleasant to watch and the whole Scottish background is interesting. But this is far, far from the passion and excitement I feel while watching GOT.

      I felt both Tobias and Catronia did very well in the show and both deserved to win.
      The shows are different, I like both, I give the edge to GRRM because I found his first, but the folks calling DG a wanna be should look up her bios, she was first to print her main books outlander came out in 1991, GOT was 1996 so people who basically besmirch her know nothing.
      Saying something like I’m glad outlander or some other show loss is BS.

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    63. grailking,

      I suppose a lot of people were very disappointed for Lena not being nominated. So was I, but this is no reason to hate Catriona. Everyone is entitled to dislike anyone, but wishing bad things to people is mean. I would like to see Catriona playing other parts, too.

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    64. Shy Lady Dragon:
      grailking,

      I suppose a lot of people were very disappointed for Lena not being nominated. So was I, but this is no reason to hate Catriona. Everyone is entitled to dislike anyone, but wishing bad things to people is mean. I would like to see Catriona playing other parts, too.

      Personally, I would not have nominated Lena, not because her acting wasn’t great, because it was superb but; it was her body double that did the walk, I know why she didn’t; but to me she should have done the complete role.

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