Sunday, January 16, 2005

The Church building dedication was successful.

A great hand

Song A Ji

1st test

1st trial

(CNN) -- Some of Hollywood's brightest stars walked the red carpet Sunday in Beverly Hills, California, for the 62nd annual Golden Globe Awards.
The Golden Globes, broadcast live on NBC, have become the second-biggest movie awards show, after the granddaddy of them all, the Academy Awards.
The first winners were Clive Owen, named best supporting actor, and Natalie Portman as best supporting actress -- both for their roles in the movie "Closer."
For work on TV, William Shatner was named best supporting actor for his role in "Boston Legal" and Mariska Hargitay was named best supporting actress for her work on "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit."
The Globes also honor achievements in television, and actress Jessica Walter wasn't playing down their significance Sunday before the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton.
"We need this," said Walter, who portrays Lucille Bluth on FOX's "Arrested Development." Nominated for best comedy/musical, the Emmy-winning show is a critical success but a letdown in the ratings.
This year's event will be watched to answer a handful of questions: "The Aviator" or "Million Dollar Baby"? Martin Scorsese or Clint Eastwood? Leonardo DiCaprio or Johnny Depp? (Or neither?)
And just how many awards will Jamie Foxx -- who has been nominated for three (best actor in a drama for "Ray," best supporting actor for "Collateral" and best actor in a TV miniseries for "Redemption") -- win?