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Conversations with 2016 Golden Globes Nominees

by | January 6, 2016 | Comments

In anticipation to the fast approaching 73rd Golden Globe Awards, we collected all of our interviews with nominated filmmakers and actors, so you can watch them again (or for the first time) and get ready to root for your favorites on January 10. And don’t forget to check out RT’s Awards Tour on Sunday for red carpet photos and the full list of winners!


 

Creed (2015) 95%


Sylvester Stallone and cast discuss why Rocky is such an inspiring character, talk about their favorite moments on set, and play the Rocky Trivia Game.

Nominated for:
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture (Sylvester Stallone)


 

The Danish Girl (2015) 67%


Eddie Redmayne talks about working with Tom Hooper and the artistry of making a film about artists. Then he discussed the reception The Danish Girl has received so far and the exploration of Lily Elbe removing society’s trappings to find herself. Alicia Vikander also discusses her education, revelations, and exploration of transgender issues in preparation for the role of Gerda Wegener. The cast talked about the (sometimes difficult) experience of watching themselves on screen, and director Tom Hooper delves further into the making of the film.

Nominated for:
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama (Eddie Redmayne)
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama (Alicia Vikander)
Best Original Score


 

Danny Collins (2015) 77%


Grae Drake asks Al Pacino how much of a singer he is in real life. Bobby Cannavale jumps in to talk about singalongs with Pacino, and Annette Bening confesses her karaoke shame.

Nominated for:
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Al Pacino)


 

The Good Dinosaur (2015) 76%


Anna Paquin, Sam Elliott, A.J. Buckley, Raymond Ochoa, and Jeffrey Wright talk about their inner T-Rexes and what dinosaurs would be up to today if they were still around.

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Animated


 

Grandma (2015) 92%


Lily Tomlin, star of Grandma, talks about getting kicked out of places and sassing back at people. Sam Elliott is dubious that he’ll be kicked out of anyplace, but we still have hope (or at least Grae does)!

Nominated for:
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Lily Tomlin)


 

The Hateful Eight (2015) 74%


Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, Walton Goggins, Demian Bichir, Bruce Dern, Michael Madsen, and writer/director Quentin Tarantino play a round of “Was That For Real?!?” Then they reveal whether they would bring their bounty in dead or alive.

Nominated for:
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture (Jennifer Jason Leigh)
Best Screenplay
Best Original Score


 

Inside Out (2015) 98%


Grae Drake leads the cast through a twisty-turny road of feelings and asks them about what their imaginary friend would look like if they had one today.

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Animated


 

Love & Mercy (2015) 90%


Inspired by the music, Grae Drake speaks to the stars about the genius of Pet Sounds and how good it feels to play piano with your feet in the sand.

Nominated for:
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture (Paul Dano)
Best Original Song


 

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%


Mad Max surges onto the Fury Road in George Miller’s fourth film in the series starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, and Courtney Eaton. The cast discuss the beauty in the details of the film, what it’s like to be tied to the hood of a car, the film’s blooper reel, and what the cast and George Miller think happened to Furiosa’s (missing) arm.

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Drama
Best Director


 

The Martian (2015) 91%


RT went on a mission to NASA to ask Matt Damon why he keeps getting left in space in his films, what sci-fi technology we need in the real world, and whether The Martian will finally be his ticket to a Golden Tomato Award!

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Best Director (Ridley Scott)
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Matt Damon)


 

Room (2015) 93%


Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay talk about the details hidden within the film, Brie’s new BFF, and what Jacob and Tom Cruise have in common. Then we speak to director Lenny Abrahamson and writer Emma Donoghue about the rules and challenges of shooting Room.

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Drama
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama (Brie Larson)
Best Screenplay


 

Spectre (2015) 63%


Craig discusses people’s love/hate relationship with the character and how even though Bond creator Ian Fleming tried to kill off 007 a few times, but the superspy still holds an undeniable appeal for fans. After discussing the role and being told that he’d be missed, Craig replied “I’m not gone yet.” Dave Bautista talls about how his character, Mr. Hinx, should be in the whole movie, and Christoph Waltz speculates about what Spectre’s legit ventures might be.

Nominated for:
Best Original Song


 

Spy (2015) 94%


The cast reveal their Face/Off machine’s face of choice. Later on, Miranda Hart helps Grae to craft a secret identity.

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Drama
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Melissa McCarthy)


 

Trainwreck (2015) 85%


[Warning: Contains Mature Content] Amy Schumer and Vanessa Bayer play a game to determine which headlines are made-up and which come from actual magazines. But make no mistake; in this game, we all lose!

Nominated for:
Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Amy Schumer)


 

Trumbo (2015) 74%


The cast talks about Dalton Trumbo and Hedda Hopper, the power of hats and mustaches, and where in the house everyone does their best work. Plus, director Jay Roach discusses the souls at stake in this film.

Nominated for:
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama (Bryan Cranston)
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture (Helen Mirren)


 

Youth (2015) 72%


Award-winning actor Harvey Keitel tells us about his favorite definition of philosophy and his affinity for the youths in Youth.

Nominated for:
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture (Jane Fonda)
Best Original Song

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