Last night the stars were out in full effect at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Coldwell Banker rolled out its #BlueCarpet strategy with an ad on the awards show so we thought we’d dedicate our weekly real estate headlines post on some of the incredible homes in the nominated TV shows and movies from last night’s Golden Globes.

Les Misérables may be the darling of Hollywood this award season, but we wonder if it’s not the most home-centric musical of all time?

In Django Unchained, Calvin Candie is just a despicable character, but he’s got a really nice home.

Who wouldn’t want to live in the Dunphy home from ABC’s Modern Family?

Moonrise Kingdom is an incredibly good movie with exceptional performance from its All Star cast, but the design of the homes in the movie are good enough to be their own character.

The Hobbit is pretty much guaranteed to be a Golden Globe nominee for the next few years so we took a look at how awesome it would be to live in the Shire or Rivendell.

How did Lincoln not rake in all the awards? Well at least Daniel Day Lewis won. If you’re looking for the mantle the original Lincoln would display those awards on, here is a look at some of the homes of Abraham Lincoln.

It’s no surprise that Homeland yet again picked up a few awards. Here’s a look at Claire Danes’ character’s cabin in the woods from the Showtime series.

What was last night’s biggest snub? If you ask me, it’s that The Dark Knight Rises wasn’t nominated for best picture! In spite of the Hollywood Foreign Press’ oversight, step inside some of the amazing versions of Wayne Manor throughout the Batman moves and TV shows.


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