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Scene-chewing pups basked in the limelight during last night’s Golden Globes Awards. And, we have to say, we saw it coming at Bark. First, Best Supporting Actor winner Christopher Plummer gave a gracious nod to his canine costar, “my favorite Cosmo the dog,” from the lovely Michael Mills’ film Beginners, which Bark praised for its realistic portrayal of how we live with dogs.
Second, and even more high-profile, was the stage appearance of Uggie (another Jack Russell), who stole the show from his fellow Artist costars, when the silent picture stars took Best Comedy or Musical. Check out our interview with Uggie's owner/trainer Sarah Clifford in the current issue. (If you don’t believe me, watch the acceptance speech video.)
Another Bark favorite The Adventures of Tintin—based on a Belgian comic book series that featured a spunky co-pilot named Snowy—captured the prize for Best Animated Film.
We’ll be looking for more dog magic at the Oscars.
Watch more about Beginners in Bark:
Also, watch a video of The Hollywood Reporter’s photo shoot with "Oscar dogs” Cosmo and Uggie.
Image from Consider Uggie Facebook page, Movieline's unofficial awards campaign for The Artist's canine costar.
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