Golden Globes announced.
Much yelling about Rachel winning for Le Carre (not bothered, haven't seen it yet); a little about Gregory House winning (but hurrah for that one I say: well done - looking forward to Thursday and S2); and some mention of old Hoppers as a winner (honorary award? Pah - barely even honorary Brit any longer).
But how come no mention of Jonathan Rhys Myers for winning best actor in a mini-series or TV movie? He won against substantial acting opposition if not in great work (Kenneth Branagh, "Warm Springs, "Ed Harris, "Empire Falls", "Bill Nighy, "The Girl in the Cafe", Donald Sutherland, "Human Trafficking"). I know it was in something called "Elvis" - how American! - but even so, the lad deserves some credit.
Ooops. Of course: he is IRISH. The British Press only counts that as a Brit win when it fancies.
Again though with the "how does Anthony Hopkins still qualify"?