Hey there, party people, are you ready for the Golden Globes on Sunday? We know it was all about the Oscar nominations yesterday, but the Globes are truly the first big awards show of the season, and we just can’t wait to see the stars get their glamour on.
Entertainment writer Heather Salerno will be live blogging the entire ceremony (airing on NBC, starting at 8 p.m.) from the comfort of her very own living room couch, so check in to LoHud Lowdown to get her take on the celebrity shenanigans. She’ll be commenting on the red carpet arrivals, too, so if you want to get all Joan Rivers with her, the fun starts at 6 p.m.
But for now, we thought we’d give a shout out to the locals nominated in both the film and television categories. There are plenty of movie heavyweights represented, but we’re personally rooting for Dobbs Ferry native Max Greenfield, nominated for Best Supporting TV Actor for his scene-stealing work on “New Girl.”
Does he stand a chance against Emmy winner Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) or Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland”)? (And yes, for whatever bizarre reason, the Globes combines drama and comedy in the supporting categories…discuss the fairness of that amongst yourselves.) You just never know at the Globes…so go, Schmidt!
Meanwhile, here’s who else from the Lower Hudson Valley may take home a trophy Sunday night:
Best Motion Picture – Drama and Best Director:
Larchmont resident Ang Lee for Life of Pi
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama:
Pound Ridge’s Richard Gere, Arbitrage
Mount Vernon native Denzel Washington, Flight
Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy:
Snedens Landing’s Bill Murray, Hyde Park on Hudson
Best TV Comedy Series:
Girls (whose writing staff includes Larchmont native Deborah Shoeneman)
Best TV Drama Series:
The Newsroom (created by Scarsdale native Aaron Sorkin)
Best Actress in a TV Drama Series:
Bedford resident Glenn Close, Damages
Spring Valley-born Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television:
Palisades native Hayden Panettiere, Nashville
Dobbs Ferry native Max Greenfield, New Girl
Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for Television:
Political Animals (created by Greg Berlanti, who grew up in Rye)