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Old 03-25-03, 01:38 PM
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So if you win the Golden Globe...

..you won't win the Oscar. I was right about this when people were speculating what if Jack Nicholson wins the Oscar, and I said its too late he already won the Golden Globe. So anyone care to do some research and prove me wrong? Has anyone ever won a Golden Globe and an Oscar?
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Old 03-25-03, 06:20 PM
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Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt won both for As Good As It Gets.
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Actually it has been said for years that the Golden Globes usually predict the Oscar winners.
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plenty of people and films have awards from both associations.
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The Golden Globes are picked by about 88 foreign journalist - 88 people who can be very hard to identify.

The Oscars are picked by a group of several thousand people, from every field of the industry, actors, producers, technical people - and with some grunt work you could easily figure out a good portion of the list.

Any patterns of winning baldy or not, would seem to be coincidental.
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The problem with the Best Actor/Actress Golden Globes is that they divide the categories into both Drama and Musical/Comedy.
So you have two Best Actor/Actress winners and only one Oscar for Each category. There is only one category for suporting actor and actress

THis year

Best Actor:
GG: Jack NIcholson9drama), Richard Gere(mus/com)
Oscar: Adrien Brody

Best Actress:
GG: Nicole Kidman(drama), Renee Zellweger(mus/com)
Oscar: Nicole Kidman


Supporting Actress
gg: Streep
Oscar: Latifah...no...er...ah....Zeta-jones....yeah...that's the ticket

Supporting Actor
GG & Oscar: Cooper

Hope that helps

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BCD is right. The two divisions of GG make it impossible to compare.
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Forgot to mention that the best picture categories are divided as well. I think that it can be a good barometer to forecast the Oscars but how often are forecasters right

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Originally posted by bcd
Supporting Actress
gg: Streep
Oscar: Latifah
Same movie, but it was C. Zeta-Jones, not Queen Latifah

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