Who Will Win? Here Are Our Golden Globes 2015 Predictions

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Here’s who we think will take top honors at the Golden Globes 2015.

Okay, so a good chunk of us are watching the Golden Globes 2015 to secretly pretend we’re partying it up with Tina and Amy, but there’s also the big question who’s going to win. Reese or Julianne? Will “Orange Is The New Black” get snubbed again? I can’t believe we have to wait until Sunday to find out. Does anyone else feel like it’s forever from now?

To tide you over, here are our officially unofficial predictions for the Golden Globes 2015:

Best Motion Picture – Drama

There are a ton of amazing movies nominated this year, but based on the awards-season obsession with this motion pic so far, I’ve got a good feeling the obsession will continue.

Best Actor – Drama
Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything”

There is some serious competition in this category, but Eddie’s performance as Stephen Hawking was mindblowing.

Best Actress – Drama
Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”

It’s hard to say where they’ll go with the fabulous actress nominees this year, but I’m hoping it’s finally Julianne’s turn. She’s been nominated five times for her film work and hasn’t won once. (To which I say, WTF?) In “Still Alice,” she plays a professor diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer’s.

Best Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical

“Birdman” is in the lead this year with seven nominations so I feel like they’re the top contender for this nod – though I’m not one to ever write off a musical.

Best Actor – Comedy/Musical
Michael Keaton, “Birdman”

Who doesn’t love a big comeback? But it’ll be his multi-layered performance that will send the former Batman straight up to the podium.

Best Actress – Comedy/Musical
Emily Blunt, “Into The Woods”

Not going to lie, I’m not the biggest fan of musicals. (The thought of people just randomly bursting into song freaks me out.) That being said, I’m such a huge fan of Blunt. But should Moore sweep both acting categories, I wouldn’t be heartbroken either.

Best TV Series – Drama
“The Good Wife”

I feel like this category is going to be a toss-up between “The Good Wife” and “The Affair,” who had an explosive first season. I’m leaning toward “The Good Wife” because of how insanely impressed I am with its current season – everyone from the writers to the actors has kicked things up about 20 notches.

Best Actor – Drama Series
Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards”

Now that Brian Cranston’s out of the running, I feel like it’s Spacey’s turn to bust out his acceptance speech. That being said, I wouldn’t put it past them to choose Dominic West of “The Affair,” either. The show itself, and his performance, is out of this stratosphere.

Best Actress – Drama Series
Viola Davis, “How to Get Away With Murder”

This one isn’t a prediction. It’s a fact.

Best TV Series – Comedy/Musical
“Orange Is The New Black”

Like I said, last year they were robbed. Enough is enough.

Best Actor – Comedy/Musical
Jeffrey Tambor, “Transparent”

One, I love love love love love Jeffrey Tambor. Two, he’s received so much buzz for his role as a man who comes out to his family as transgender that it’s impossible not to predict him the winner.

Best Actress – Comedy/Musical
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “VEEP”

Julia hasn’t won a Golden Globe since ’94 for Elaine Benes (I bet her dancing is what sealed the deal), so call me hopeful. If it’s not Julia, then it better be Taylor Schilling for “Orange Is The New Black.” Just saying.

What are your Golden Globes 2015 predictions?

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