Who are the favorites at this year's Golden Globes?
Unlike years past, the 2018 Golden Globes are a wide-open competition, though Nevsky offers some insight into which direction he's leaning. He jokes, "My movies, you know, they're not really Golden Globe material, unfortunately," before continuing, "This year is really hard for me -- for foreign language film, a Russian film now is in competition for foreign language film, Loveless, and I want to support it with all my heart, but there's another film, German, In the Fade, and I don't know if you watched that one, it's unbelievable movie. Diane Kruger is unbelievable in the film."
As for the English-language selections, look for the Winston Churchill biopic, Darkest Hour, to pose a dark-horse threat for awards season, especially for Gary Oldman, who stars as Churchill. "What Gary Oldman did in Darkest Hour is unbelievable... I'm also a history fan, and I love war history -- Dunkirk, of course, because basically it's the same theme, it's just [that] Gary Oldman is my absolute favorite and Darkest Hour [is my preference] if you talk about drama.
"If you talk about comedy, I think what James Franco did with Disaster Artist, I mean, I think it's his love song to independent cinema. Because it's a comedy, but it's also a portrait of a guy who dreamed about Hollywood and made it, kind of. I understand the pressure James Franco had because it's his directorial debut.
"If you talk about TV, I love Ray Donovan. I just hope that Liev Schreiber will get his Globe, because he definitely deserve it."