Weekend News Roundup! Globes, Marriages, and Teenage Pregnancy


Happy Monday! Here’s our compendium of pop-culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

  Amy Poehler and Tina Fey successfully hosted the Golden Globes. Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, and Leonardo DiCaprio won acting awards for Dallas Buyers Club and The Wolf of Wall Street; Cate Blanchett, Julie Delpy, and Jennifer Lawrence won  acting awards for Blue Jasmine, Before Midnight, and American Hustle. Jaqueline Bisset said the word “shit.” [CNN

•  Some people we thought looked especially dapper at the Golden Globes were: Joaquin PhoenixLupita Nyong’oKerry Washington, Sandra BullockEmma Watsonand Jared Leto. [Style.com]

•  Woody Allen received a special tribute and award presented by Diane Keaton. In response, Ronan Farrow tweeted: “Missed the Woody Allen tribute—did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?” (The answer is neither). You go, Glen Coco. [Twitter

•  Lone Survivor won the box office with a respectable $38.5 million. A few people went to see Frozen, which grossed $15 million. No one went to see anything else. [BOM]

•  Game of Thrones released the first trailer for Season Four. [Indiewire]

•  After five seasons of MTV’s Sixteen and Pregnant, 16 year-olds no longer want to get pregnant at 16. [NYT]

•  In nuptials news: Robin Wright, who won a Golden Globe for her performance on House of Cards, is engaged to Ben Foster. Pamela Anderson re-married Rick Salomon, aka the creeper from Paris Hilton’s sex tape. [THR]