The PeekScores of the 2014 Golden Globes Nominees for Film

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Sandra Bullock

While it’s an open secret that no one’s 100% clear on who entirely makes up the membership of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, what their credentials actually are, or how precisely their awards show came to be such a big deal, it is now simply an accepted fact that annually the enigmatic HFPA throws a big party to give out trophies, and the most gigantic celebrities of the big and small screens — rarely the sorts to refuse accolades, no matter how dubious — show up to collect them.

With 2013 coming to a close, the time is right for the inevitable Golden Globe Awards nominations, and sure enough this morning they were announced. Below are the acting award nominees for film; traditionally considered to be something of an inadvertent shortlist for potential Oscar nominees.

As we do, we’ve ranked them according to PeekScore. PeekScore, of course, determines not the varying degrees to which each thespian may or may not win the HFPA‘s favor, but instead the degrees to which they are each prominent, influential, active, and making an impact on the Web.

Rank Picture Name Nominated for / Movie Current PeekScore
1

Sandra Bullock Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama / Gravity 10.00 / 10.00
2

Tom Hanks Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama / Captain Phillips 9.97 / 10.00
3

Julia Roberts Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / August: Osage County 9.87 / 10.00
4

Meryl Streep Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / August: Osage County 9.45 / 10.00
5

Kate Winslet Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama / Labor Day 9.42 / 10.00
6

Jennifer Lawrence Best Supporting Actress / American Hustle 9.39 / 10.00
7

Joaquin Phoenix
Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Her 9.37 / 10.00
8

Leonardo DiCaprio Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / The Wolf of Wall Street 9.36 / 10.00
9

Michael Fassbender Best Supporting Actor / 12 Years A Slave 9.27 / 10.00
10

Amy Adams Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / American Hustle 9.16 / 10.00
11

Bradley Cooper Best Supporting Actor / American Hustle 9.10 / 10.00
12

Jared Leto Best Supporting Actor / Dallas Buyers Club 9.09 / 10.00
13

Christian Bale Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / American Hustle 9.04/ 10.00
14

Cate Blanchett Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama / Blue Jasmine 9.02 / 10.00
15

Idris Elba Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama / Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom 8.85 / 10.00
16

Matthew McConaughey Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama / Dallas Buyers Club 8.63 / 10.00
17

Robert Redford Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama / All Is Lost 8.49 / 10.00
18

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Enough Said 8.43 / 10.00
19

Judi Dench Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama / Philomena 8.29 / 10.00
20

Emma Thompson Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama / Saving Mr. Banks 8.28 / 10.00
21

Daniel Brühl Best Supporting Actor / Rush 8.16 / 10.00
22

Chiwetel Ejiofor Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama / 12 Years A Slave 8.12 / 10.00
23

Oscar Isaac Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Inside Llewyn Davis 8.04 / 10.00
24

Bruce Dern Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Nebraska 8.03 / 10.00
25

Julie Delpy Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Before Midnight 8.03 / 10.00
26

Greta Gerwig Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy / Frances Ha 7.68 / 10.00
27

Sally Hawkins
Best Supporting Actress / Blue Jasmine 7.66 / 10.00
28

Lupita Nyong’o Best Supporting Actress / 12 Years A Slave 7.54 / 10.00
29

Barkhad Abdi Best Supporting Actor / Captain Phillips 7.51 / 10.00
30

June Squibb Best Supporting Actress / Nebraska 7.13 / 10.00

The Biggest WWE Superstars in Cyberspace

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Austin 3:16

Years back we did a PeekScore list which assessed and compared the online lives and presences of many pro-wrestling luminaries, past and — what was then — present. That received a nice response, yet we’ve barely revisited the topic since. That is, of course, until now.

This list today looks pretty different, in terms of its order, and features ten individuals of sizable presences at social media (in addition to their sizable presences in the most literal of senses, as well).

As always, we note that we’re not comparing their skills in the ring, nor are we assessing their levels of fame in the world at large. This is a comparison of the sizes of their various digital footprints; the lasting impacts they’ve made — either directly or passively — on the Web.

Rank Picture Name Team PeekScore
1

John Cena Winner of 19 championships, including 12 world titles. 9.30 / 10.00
2

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Former champ, legit movie star, comes from a large pro wreslting family. 9.20 / 10.00
3

Triple H The real life son-in-law of WWE chief Vince McMahon, he’s also a major behind-the-scenes creative force within the corporation. 8.92 / 10.00
4

Randy Orton Another from a large pro wrestling family, he was the youngest ever to hold the WWE’s world heavyweight championship; he is also the current WWE Champion 8.83 / 10.00
5

CM Punk Former WWE champion. 8.83 / 10.00
6

Steve Austin Along with The Rock, Austin is the great icon of WWE’s much ballyhooed “Attitude Era” of the 1990s. 8.77 / 10.00
7

Rey Mysterio Fights masked, and in a high-flying, acrobatic style resulting from his background in the Mexican, Lucha Libre circuit. 8.63 / 10.00
8

The Undertaker A 20-plus year veteran, he holds a 20-0 undefeated record for his appearances on the pay-per-view juggernaut WrestleMania events. 8.53 / 10.00
9

Edge Now retired, he won 31 championships during his years with WWE. 8.44 / 10.00
10

Shawn Michaels Retired veteran, he was a four-time world champion: a three-time WWF Champion and a former World Heavyweight Champion. 8.39 / 10.00

The Various Digital Footprints of Sherlock Holmes

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Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller

In all of modern fiction there are very few, indeed possibly no characters more frequently dramatized than Arthur Conan Doyle’s brilliant consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes. At this very moment in time, in fact, there are a handful of well-regarded, popular, ongoing, and high profile properties featuring the character, and the public’s interest in his continuing adventures (or endless revivals and reinterpretations of his old ones) — over 120 years since Conan Doyle first introduced the character — seemingly hasn’t waned a bit.

The BBC’s extremely popular contemporary production, simply entitled Sherlock, launches its third series on New Year’s Day. An “interactive trailer” has hit the web this week, to much buzz, and you can check it out here.

In honor of the Holmesian hubbub surrounding this trailer, we’ve concocted the list below. This is by no means a comprehensive survey of every actor to ever play the part, but is instead a list which compares the online existences — in terms of size, impact, influence, and prominence, etc. — of today’s most high profile Sherlocks, with those actors most historically and frequently associated with the part.

Rank Picture Name Plays/played Holmes in Current PeekScore
1

Robert Downey, Jr. Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes movies 9.42 / 10.00
2

Benedict Cumberbatch BBC’s Sherlock 8.29 / 10.00
3

Jonny Lee Miller CBS’ Elementary 8.04 / 10.00
4

Basil Rathbone Fourteen Hollywood feature films 7.57 / 10.00
5

Jeremy Brett Granada TV’s The Advenures of Sherlock Holmes 7.33 / 10.00
6

Igor Petrenko 2013 Russian TV series 7.03 / 10.00
7

Vasily Livanov Numerous Russian films made in the 70s and 80s 7.02 / 10.00
8

Eille Norwood Forty-seven 1920s silent films 7.00 / 10.00
9

William Gillette Over 1,300 stage performances around the world 6.21 / 10.00

The PeekScores of the World’s Most Powerful Women

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Michelle Obama

This past spring, Forbes released their annual list of the women they believe to be the most powerful in the world. While we hope to one day live in a world where there’s no novelty whatsoever to the notion of a woman in a position of power, influence, or leadership, we at this time have no problem acknowledging those who have achieved and/or gained such statuses on the world stage.

Here we’re assessing and comparing the respective sizes of the online presences and impacts of these women, as measured by our PeekScore scale.

Rank Picture Name Character PeekScore
1

Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State 10.00 / 10.00
2

Michelle Obama US First Lady 9.96 / 10.00
3

Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany 9.48 / 10.00
4

Dilma Rousseff President of Brazil 9.08 / 10.00
5

Melinda Gates Co-chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 8.54 / 10.00
6

Sheryl Sandberg COO, Facebook 8.20 / 10.00
7

Christine Lagarde Head of International Monetary Fund 8.37 / 10.00
8

Janet Napolitano US Secretary of Homeland Security 8.07 / 10.00
9

Indra Nooyi CEO of PepsiCo 7.66 / 10.00
10

Sonia Gandhi President, Indian National Congress Party 7.07 / 10.00

Time Magazine’s Candidates for 2013′s Person of the Year, Ranked By PeekScore

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MLK 1964

In 1927, Time Magazine selected transatlantic aviator Charles Lindbergh as their first ever “Man of the Year” (a distinction later, and appropriately, renamed “Person of the Year”). Since then they have annually selected a person -– or sometimes an object, concept, or group of people -– that they believe “for better or for worse” has had the greatest impact on that year’s events. From Martin Luther King, Jr. to Adolph Hitler, from Mark Zuckerberg to Pope John Paul II to the “The Middle Americans,” their selections have run the gamut from the clearly deserved to the esoteric, and have frequently been the stuff of controversy. With yet another year upon this planet coming to a close, and another “Person of the Year” issue inevitably upon us, it seemed a good idea to put Time’s short-list of this year’s “hopefuls” (which you can see here) to our PeekScore test.

(Note: On December 6, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi won the online readers poll, and Time will announce their official selection on December 11.)

As should go without saying, this list is not a measurement of the likelihood of any one of these people being selected by Time’s editorial staff, nor is it an assessment of the greatness of these men and women, nor even a gauge of their fame and/or infamy in the world at large. This is a look at the degrees to which each of these individuals is present, prominent, influential, and in some cases active here in cyberspace. It is, if you will, a look at their digital footprints; a concept you will find explained in the disclaimer that opens this entry.

Remember to click the items on the list below to visit the PeekYou profiles of these men and women, and explore their digital footprints.

Rank Picture Name Bio Current PeekScore
1

Miley Cyrus Pop singer 10.00 / 10.00
2

Angelina Jolie Actress 10.00 / 10.00
3

Barack Obama President of the United States 10.00 / 10.00
4

LeBron James Professional Basketball Player 9.91 / 10.00
5

Edward Snowden Former CIA Employee 9.58 / 10.00
6

Vladimir Putin President of Russia 9.53/ 10.00
7

Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany 9.48 / 10.00
8

Narendra Modi Chief Minister of the Indian state of Gujarat 9.43 / 10.00
9

Bashar Assad President of Syria 9.26 / 10.00
10

Pope Francis Leader of the Catholic Church 9.08 / 10.00
11

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Prime Minister of Turkey 9.06 / 10.00
12

Jimmy Fallon Host of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 8.98 / 10.00
13

Benjamin Netanyahu Prime Minister of Israel 8.87 / 10.00
14

John Boehner Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives 8.61 / 10.00
15

Chris Christie Governor of New Jersey 8.37 / 10.00
16

Christine Lagarde Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund 8.37 / 10.00
17

Ted Cruz U.S. Senator from Texas 8.36 / 10.00
18

David Ortiz DH for Boston Red Sox 8.33 / 10.00
19

Shinzō Abe Prime Minister of Japan 8.30 / 10.00
20

Marissa Mayer CEO of Yahoo! 8.29 / 10.00
21

Larry Page CEO of Google 8.26 / 10.00
22

Dick Costolo CEO of Twitter 8.20 / 10.00
23

Sheryl Sandberg COO of Facebook 8.20 / 10.00
24

Alice Munro Nobel Prize winning author 8.20 / 10.00
25

Jamie Dimon CEO of JPMorgan Chase 8.16 / 10.00
26

Hassan Rouhani President of Iran 8.16 / 10.00
27

Rand Paul U.S. Senator from Kentucky 8.15 / 10.00
28

Kathleen Sebelius U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services 8.09 / 10.00
29

Dzokhar Tsarnaev Alleged Boston Marathon bomber 8.09 / 10.00
30

Jeff Bezos CEO of Amazon 8.08 / 10.00
31

Elon Musk CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors 8.06 / 10.00
32

Wendy Davis Texas State Senator 8.05 / 10.00
33

Malala Yousafzai Teenaged, Pakistani anti-Taliban activist and blogger 8.03 / 10.00
34

Vince Gilligan Creator of Breaking Bad 8.00 / 10.00
35

Diana Nyad Author, journalist, and long-distance swimmer 8.00 / 10.00
36

Janet Yellen Vice Chairperson of the Federal Reserve Bank 7.81 / 10.00
37

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces 7.54 / 10.00
38

Charles Koch CEO of Koch Industries 7.50 / 10.00
39

Reed Hastings CEO of Netflix 7.38 / 10.00
40

Edith Windsor DOMA plaintiff and marriage equality hero 7.16 / 10.00
41

Xi Jinping Leader of the Communist Party of China 7.13 / 10.00

Where are They (on the Internet) Now? The Cast of New Jack City

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New Jack City

For reasons of which we’re not entirely certain, 1991′s Mario Van Peebles directed feature film, New Jack City, or at least its title, has been trending on Twitter since last night. Whatever the initial inspiration, there have been tweets aplenty on the topic all day. So, we’ve decided to seize upon the revived buzz surrounding this very entertaining flick with the below list.

Below is the principal cast, sorted by their PeekScores. PeekScores, of course, measure the degrees to which individuals are, during a given moment in time, present and/or making an impact in cyberspace. Remember to click on each item below, so you can explore each cast member’s digital footprint via his PeekYou profile; where you’ll find links to websites, social pages, videos, photos, and more.

Rank Picture Name Character Current PeekScore
1

Chris Rock
Pookie
9.18 / 10.00
2

Ice T
Scotty Appleton
8.42 / 10.00
3

Wesley Snipes
Nino Brown
8.20 / 10.00
4

Judd Nelson
Nick Peretti
7.46 / 10.00
5

Mario Van Peebles
Stone
7.35 / 10.00
6

Allen Payne
Gee Money
7.11 / 10.00

The PeekScores of the Cast of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

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Hobbit

In the early 2000s, filmmaker Peter Jackson directed three enormously popular and award winning films, adapting J.R.R. Tolkien’s enduring and beloved The Lord of the Rings novels. Last fall Jackson released the first film from his second Tolkien-based trilogy, this time adapting (and elaborating upon) Tolkien’s first novel to take place in Rings’ setting of Middle Earth; the equally classic The Hobbit.

On December 13, the second film in this second trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hits theaters. In honor of this event, we’ve decided to put its cast of luminaries to the PeekScore test; seeing how they all measure up and compares in the areas of cyberspace impact, influence, prominence, and activity.

Rank Picture Name Character(s) PeekScore
1

Cate Blanchett Galadriel 9.02 / 10.00
2

Stephen Fry Master of Lake-town 8.90 / 10.00
3

Hugo Weaving Elrond 8.52 / 10.00
4

Ian McKellen Gandalf the Grey 8.42 / 10.00
5

Christopher Lee Saruman the White 8.35 / 10.00
6

Benedict Cumberbatch Smaug, The Necromancer 8.29 / 10.00
7

Martin Freeman Bilbo Baggins 8.15 / 10.00
8

Andy Serkis Gollum 8.12 / 10.00
9

Billy Connolly Dáin II Ironfoot 8.12 / 10.00
10

Ian Holm Old Bilbo Baggins 8.01 / 10.00
11

Richard Armitage Thorin Oakenshield 8.00 / 10.00
12

James Nesbitt Bofur 7.97 / 10.00
13

Sylvester McCoy Radagast the Brown 7.89 / 10.00
14

Barry Humphries Great Goblin 7.32 / 10.00
15

Ken Stott Balin 7.23 / 10.00
16

Graham McTavish Dwalin 7.22 / 10.00
17

Dean O’Gorman Fíli 7.10 / 10.00

The Internet’s Top 10 Plus-Size Models, Ranked by PeekScore

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Ashley Graham

Here at PeekYou, we generally try to not inject our opinions into the hubbub surrounding various sociological and/or political issues. We also don’t, however, hesitate to opine that it’s a bit absurd that our culture’s collective body image is so warped that it’s heralded as some kind of a triumph for “real people” when the implausibly beautiful women on the list below are employed to sell clothing. Nevertheless, the expectation — regardless of the fact that it doesn’t necessarily correspond to what all people actually find attractive — is that a fashion model will be a size zero. These women below have bucked professional custom and made names for themselves by being slightly fuller framed than that. They are the most prominent “plus-size” models working right now.

We don’t measure height or waist or hips, and we don’t measure paydays. But we do measure “digital footprints.” We’ve taken these ten women and put them through their PeekScore paces, and have ranked and compared them based not on their bust or waist sizes, but on the sizes of their impacts here in cyberspace.

Rank Picture Name Bio PeekScore
1

Ashley Graham Lane Bryant TV commercial star who has also worked for Levi’s 7.72 / 10.00
2

Lizzie Miller Caused a bit of a stir by posing nude for Glamour 7.56 / 10.00
3

Robyn Lawley Has modeled for Ralph Lauren, and been featured in Italian Vogue and Marie Claire 7.39 / 10.00
4

Fluvia Lacerda Brazilian model who’s been featured in Italian Vogue 7.11 / 10.00
5

Tara Lynn Featured model for H&M 7.10 / 10.00
6

Nadia Aboulhosn Winner of American Apparel’s XL Model Search in 2011 7.08 / 10.00
7

Candice Huffine Featured in Italian and German Vogue, V Magazine, and W 7.06 / 10.00
8

Kaela Humphries Sister of NBA star Kris Humphries, and signed with Ford 7.05 / 10.00
9

Marquita Pring Has been featured in a Levi’s campaign 7.04 / 10.00
10

Denise Bidot Featured on NUVOtv’s Curvy Girls, and has modeled for Old Navy, Lane Bryant, and Forever 21 7.03 / 10.00
11

Anansa Sims Has been featured in campaigns for Kohl’s, Kmart and Forever 21 7.01 / 10.00

The PeekScores of Time Magazine’s (Living) Persons of the Year

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Pope Francis

ADDENDUM 12/11/13: This morning, Time Magazine announced that Pope Francis is their Person of the Year for 2013. We’ve revised the below list to include his holiness.

In 1927, Time Magazine selected transatlantic aviator Charles Lindbergh as their first ever “Man of the Year” (a distinction later made less blatantly politically wrong and renamed “Person of the Year”). Since then they have annually selected a person — and sometimes an object, concept, or group of people — that they believe “for better or for worse” has had the greatest impact on that year’s events. From Martin Luther King, Jr. to Adolph Hitler, from Mark Zuckerberg to Pope John Paul II to the “The Middle Americans,” their selections have run the gamut from the clearly deserved to the esoteric, and have frequently been the stuff of controversy. With yet another year upon this planet coming to a close, and another “Person if the Year” issue inevitably upon us at month’s end, it seemed timely (no pun) to do a PeekScore list of this nature.

The ten names below are the ten still living recipients of this sometimes dubious honor who have — at this moment in time — made the most profound impacts in cyberspace. We’ve measured them on our PeekScore scale, not to assess their values as humans, nor even their respective degrees of global fame in the grandest senses, but to gauge their digital footprints.

Rank Picture Name Year(s) PeekScore
1

Barack Obama 2008 & 2012 10.00 / 10.00
2

George W. Bush 2000 & 2004 10.00 / 10.00
3

Mark Zuckerberg 2010 10.00 / 10.00
4

Vladimir Putin 2007 9.53 / 10.00
5

Bill Clinton 1992 & 1998 9.52 / 10.00
6

Pope Francis 2013 9.08 / 10.00
7

Ben Bernanke 2009 9.07 / 10.00
8

Rudolph Giuliani 2001 8.85 / 10.00
9

Jeffery Bezos 1999 8.08 / 10.00
10

David Ho 1996 7.36 / 10.00
11

Andrew Grove 1997 7.22 / 10.00

The PeekScores of the CEOs of “The Best Retail Companies To Work For”

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Fancy Holiday Window

Here’s a holiday season related PeekScore list for y’all. Glassdoor.com — the jobs and companies related online community and ratings site — has recently rolled out their annual “retail industry report card,” revealing what the various employees working within the retail sphere have to say about their employers and workplaces. This PeekScore list here features the CEOs of the 10 retail companies the users of Glassdoor.com have determined to be the best for whom to work (a Forbes.com slideshow highlighting the 10 companies in question can be viewed by clicking through here).

As always, we remind you that this is not a measurement of the various successes and/or abilities of these CEOs, but rather a look at their presences and impacts here in cyberspace; their “digital footprints,” if you will.

Rank Picture Name Company PeekScore
1

Karl-Johan Persson H&M 8.01 / 10.00
2

Glenn Murphy The Gap 7.12 / 10.00
3

Blake W. Nordstrom Nordstrom / Nordstrom Rack 7.08 / 10.00
4

Mickey Drexler J. Crew 7.06 / 10.00
5

Calvin McDonald Sephora 7.02 / 10.00
6

Jerry Stritzke REI 7.02 / 10.00
7

Peter Agnefjäll Ikea 7.01 / 10.00
8

W. Craig Jelinek Costco Wholesale 7.01 / 10.00
9

Kip Tindell The Container Store 7.00 / 10.00