Rounding up the crystal balls

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Don't miss this great pre-Oscar noms interview with Sid Ganis, president of the Academy. He'll be up at 4 a.m. tomorrow. Will you?

Plus, here are several other good reads, most of them post-Globes ruminations on how wins and losses at that show will translate to tomorrow's Oscar nominations. ...


The Independent claims Helen MIrren will win on Oscar night, but the other Brits who took hom Globes will stay in their seats all night long.

An interesting history of the Globes, contrasting wins and upsets with the Oscars, from the Globe and Mail.

But actually, according to this critic, the Globes don't presage the Oscars at all. In fact, no other awards show really does.

Meryl Streep's Globes win caused this writer to ponder and declare that she's America's greatest living actress.

Here's a good consideration of long-shots in the Globes-to-Oscars race.

And finally, the race that Hollywood is really dishing about: HIllary vs. Barack!

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