Golden Globes 2010 – Nominations

The 67th Annual Golden Globes take place on 17th January 2010 and are the first major awards to be handed out in what will be another busy awards season. Because I had been slipping with the blog for the last few weeks I still had not posted this years nominations.


Closer to the ceremony I will post my predictions on who I think will walk away with the Golden Globe on the night.

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Top 10 – Julia Roberts Movies

I have been a fan of Jules aka Julia Roberts, since I can remember. I have just always loved her loads, and still to this day watch her movies over and over, while hoping that she will keep making more movies. Maybe even add more Oscar’s to the one she has as well. That would be fantastic!

To pick this top 10 I based it on how enjoyable the movie is and how much I love Jules character and the acting. So some movies may be missed off because of the enjoyed factor. This is also a difficult list to complete as it quite often changes around.

Films I’ve seen: Pretty Woman, Erin Brockovich, Runaway Bride, Hook, Steel Magnolias, Conspiracy Theory, My Best Friends Wedding, Oceans 11, Oceans 12, America’s Sweethearts, Notting Hill, Charlie Wilson’s War, Closer, Mona Lisa Smile, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, The Mexican, Stepmom, I love Trouble, The Pelican Brief, Dying Young, Something to Talk About

Films yet to see: Mary Reilly, Sleeping with the Enemy, Michael Collins, Everyone Says I Love You, Full Frontal, Duplicity

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Roberts Breath Woes On Set

I love Jules and find this really amusing.

Julia Roberts‘ love of peanut butter sandwiches caused a stink on the set of her new film Duplicity – she had bad breath during her love scenes with co-star Clive Owen.

Pretty Woman star Roberts and Owen have been firm friends since starring together in 2004’s Closer, and Roberts insists it made her more comfortable shooting the saucy scenes in their new movie.

But she often munched peanut butter sandwiches between takes – forcing her to freshen up before filming the intimate scenes.

Roberts says, “At least we could talk to each other and say, ‘Honey, do you have a mint? I’m sorry but I just had a peanut butter sandwich.'”