Al Robinson Predicts the Golden Globes

It’s almost time to hand out some more best of the year film awards. This time it’s from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and the Golden Globe Awards. They’re not a perfect precursor to the Oscar nominations or winners, but they’ll at least help us to know more about what those who vote are thinking. Given that the Oscar voters have their ballots to fill out this next week, they’ll be watching the Golden Globes and figuring out which films to watch at home before they send them off. Here are my predictions, and I made a few surprise picks that may or may not come true. We’ll see…

2017 Golden Globe Awards Predicted Winners

Best Picture, Drama – Moonlight

Best Picture, Musical or Comedy – La La Land

Best Director – Barry Jenkins / Moonlight

Best Lead Actor, Drama – Casey Affleck / Manchester by the Sea

Best Lead Actor, Musical or Comedy – Hugh Grant / Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Lead Actress, Drama – Isabelle Huppert / Elle

Best Lead Actress, Musical or Comedy – Meryl Streep / Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali / Moonlight

Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davis / Fences

Best Screenplay – Nocturnal Animals

Best Picture, Foreign Language – Toni Erdmann

Best Animated Motion Picture – Zootopia

Best Original Score – La La Land

Best Original Song – Motion Picture – Moana / “How Far I’ll Go”

Best Television Series, Drama – The Crown

Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy – Atlanta

Best Television Limited Series – American Crime Story (The People vs OJ Simpson)

Give us your predictions below.

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One thought on “Al Robinson Predicts the Golden Globes

  1. Here are my risky-as-ever predictions:

    Motion Picture Drama – Manchester by the Sea
    Motion Picture Musical or Comedy – La La Land
    Actor Drama – Casey Affleck – Manchester by the Sea
    Actress Drama – Natalie Portman – Jackie
    Actor Musical or Comedy – Ryan Gosling – La La Land
    Actress Musical or Comedy – Emma Stone – La La Land
    Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali – Moonlight
    Supporting Actress – Naomie Harris – Moonlight as Paula
    Director – Barry Jenkins – Moonlight
    Screenplay – Taylor Sheridan – Hell or High Water
    Original Score – Jóhann Jóhannsson – Arrival
    Original Song – “City of Stars” – La La Land
    Animated Feature – Kubo and the Two Strings
    Foreign Language Film – The Salesman (Iran/France)

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