Martin Scorsese takes Best Director at the Golden Globes – AWARDS ALLEY
By Sean O’Connell
hollywoodnews.com: Martin Scorsese won the Golden Globe for Best Director – Drama on Sunday evening for his work on the 3D opus, “Hugo.”
Scorsese triumphed over Woody Allen, George Clooney, Alexander Payne and the perceived Oscar frontrunner, Michel Hazanavicius, director of “The Artist.”
I wonder. Does this mean the Oscars are a two-horse race? It seems to be that way. Which is fine. We could use a little drama in the race at this stage, just to keep it interesting.
And the Globes trudge on and on …
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