5 Globes for 'Oppenheimer', 2 for 'Barbie';  'Succession' triumphs in series

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5 Globes for ‘Oppenheimer’, 2 for ‘Barbie’; ‘Succession’ triumphs in series

Tonight the Golden Globes gala was held, the first after the actors’ strike that has shaken Hollywood in the last year. Also the first without the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the same one that created the awards, dissolved this summer.

‘Oppenheimer’ has been the most awarded film with five awards, including Best Drama Film. ‘Barbie’, its great competitor at the box office last summer, has barely scratched two awards, Best Box Office Movie and Best Song for ‘What Was I Made For?’ by Billie Eilish. The distinction for Best Screenplay, for its part, went to the award-winning film in the Best Foreign Film category, ‘Anatomy of a Fall’. ‘Poor Creatures’ won the award for Best Comedy.

Lily Gladstone has collected the Globe for Best Dramatic Actress for ‘The Moon Killers’, and her male analogue has fallen into the hands of Cillian Murphy for ‘Oppenheimer’. The performers awarded in the Comedy or Musical category were Emma Stone for ‘Poor Creatures’ and Paul Giamatti for ‘Those Who Stay’. Supporting actors Robert Downey Jr. for ‘Oppenheimer’ and Da’Vine Joy Randolph for ‘Those Who Remain’ have triumphed in their respective categories.

On television, ‘Succession’ has been crowned Best Drama Series, winning four awards in total. The best comedy or musical series, ‘The Bear’, has won two awards for both Best Actor, Jeremy Allen White, and Best Actress, Ayo Edebiri. Elizabeth Debicki for ‘The Crown’, and Kieran Culkin for ‘Succession’, have been the supporting actors awarded.

The Globe for Best Miniseries has gone to ‘Bronca’, of which Ali Wong has been distinguished in the Best Actress section, and Steven Yeun in the Best Actor section. We leave you with the complete record:

Best film – DRAMA
‘Anatomy of a Fall’, by Justine Triet
​’The Moon Killers’, by Martin Scorsese
‘Master’, by Bradley Cooper
‘​Oppenheimer’, by Christopher Nolan
‘​Past Lives’, by Celine Song
​’The Zone of Interest’, by Jonathan Glazer

‘Air’, by Ben Affleck
​’American Fiction’, by Cord Jefferson
​’Barbie’, by Greta Gerwig
​’Those Who Remain’, by Alexander Payne
​’Secrets of a Scandal’, by Todd Haynes
‘Poor Creatures’, by Yorgos Lanthimos

Best address
Bradley Cooper for ‘Master’
Greta Gerwig for ‘Barbie’
​Yorgos Lanthimos for ‘Poor Creatures’
Christopher Nolan for ‘Oppenheimer’
Martin Scorsese for ‘The Moon Killers’
​Celine Song for ‘Past Lives’

Best Actress – DRAMA
Annette Bening for ‘Nyad’
Lily Gladstone for ‘The Moon Killers’
Sandra Hüller for ‘Anatomy of a Fall’
Greta Lee for ‘Past Lives’
Carey Mulligan for ‘Master’
Cailee Spaney for ‘Priscilla’

Best Actor – DRAMA
Bradley Cooper for ‘Master’
Leonardo DiCaprio for ‘The Moon Killers’
Colman Domingo for ‘Rustin’
Barry Keoghan for ‘Saltburn’
Cillian Murphy for ‘Oppenheimer’
Andrew Scott for ‘Unknowns’

Fantasia Barrino for ‘The Color Purple’
Jennifer Lawrence for ‘No Bad Violence’
Natalie Portman for ‘Secrets of a Scandal’
Alma Pöysti for ‘Fallen Leaves’
Margot Robbie for ‘Barbie’
Emma Stone for ‘Poor Creatures’

Nicolas Cage for ‘Dream Scenario’
Timothée Chalamet for ‘Wonka’
Matt Damon for ‘Air’
Paul Giamatti for ‘Those Who Remain’
Joaquin Phoenix for ‘Beau is Afraid’
Jeffrey Wright for ‘American Fiction’

Best Supporting Actress – CINEMA
Emily Blunt for ‘Oppenheimer’
Danielle Brooks for ‘The Color Purple’
Jodie Foster for ‘Nyad’
Julianne Moore for ‘Secrets of a Scandal’
Rosamund Pike for ‘Saltburn’
Da’Vine Joy Randolph for ‘Those Who Remain’

Best Supporting Actor – CINEMA
Willem Dafoe for ‘Poor Creatures’
Robert De Niro for ‘The Moon Killers’
Robert Downey Jr. for ‘Oppenheimer’
Ryan Gosling for ‘Barbie’
Charles Melton for ‘Secrets of a Scandal’
Mark Ruffalo for ‘Poor Creatures’

Best screenplay
Greta Gerwig & Noah Baumbach for ‘Barbie’
Tony McNamara for ‘Poor Creatures’
Christopher Nolan for ‘Oppenheimer’
Eric Roth & Martin Scorsese for ‘The Moon Killers’
Celine Song for ‘Past Lives’
Justine Triet & Arthur Harari for ‘Anatomy of a Fall’

Best Original Score
Jerskin Fendrix for ‘Poor Creatures’
Ludwig Göransson for ‘Oppenheimer’
Joe Hisaishi for ‘The Boy and the Heron’
Mica Levi for ‘The Zone of Interest’
Daniel Pemberton for ‘Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse’

best original song
“Addicted to Romance”, by Bruce Springsteen for ‘It Came to Me’
“Dance the Night”, by Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, Dua Lipa & Caroline Ailin for ‘Barbie’
“I’m Just Ken”, by Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt for ‘Barbie’
“Peaches”, by Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond & John Spiker for ‘Super Mario Bros.: The Movie’
“Road to Freedom”, by Lenny Kravitz for ‘Rustin’
“What Was I Made For?”, by Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell for ‘Barbie’

Best animated film
‘The Boy and the Heron’, by Hayao Miyazaki
​’Elementary’, by Peter Sohn
​’Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse’, by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers & Justin Thompson
​’Super Mario Bros. The Movie’, by Aaron Horvath & Michael Jelenic
​’Suzume’, by Makoto Shinkai
​’Wish’, by Chris Buck & Fawn Veerasunthorn

Best box office film
‘Barbie’ by Greta Gerwig
​’Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3′, by James Gunn
‘John Wick 4’, by Chad Stahelski
​’Mission: Impossible – Deadly Sentence. Part 1′, by Christopher McQuarrie
​’Oppenheimer’, by Christopher Nolan
​’Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse’, by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers & Justin Thompson
​’Super Mario Bros. The Movie’, by Aaron Horvath & Michael Jelenic
​’Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’, by Sam Wrench

Best foreign film
‘Anatomy of a Fall’, by Justine Triet
‘Fallen Leaves’, by Celine Song
‘I, Captain’, by Matteo Garrone
‘Past Lives’, by Celine Song
‘The Snow Society’, by JA Bayona
‘The Zone of Interest’, by Jonathan Glazer

Best series – DRAMA
‘The Crown’
‘The diplomat’
‘The Last of Us’
‘The Morning Show’

‘Abbott College’
​’The Bear’
​’Jury Duty’
​’Only murders in the building’
​’Ted Lasso’

‘The light you can’t see’
​’Everyone loves Daisy Jones’
​’Road companions’
‘Cooking with chemistry’

Best Actress – DRAMA SERIES
Helen Mirren for ‘1923’
Bella Ramsey for ‘The Last of Us’
Keri Russell for ‘The Diplomat’
Sarah Snook for ‘Succession’
Imelda Staunton for ‘The Crown’
Emma Stone for ‘The Curse’

Brian Cox for ‘Succession’
Kieran Culkin for ‘Succession’
​Gary Oldman for ‘Slow Horses’
​Pedro Pascal for ‘The Last of Us’
​Jeremy Strong for ‘Succession’
​Dominic West for ‘The Crown’

Rachel Brosnahan for ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
Quinta Brunson for ‘Abbott School’
Ayo Edebiri for ‘The Bear’
Elle Fanning for ‘The Great’
Selena Gomez for ‘Only Murders in the Building’
Natasha Lyonne for ‘Poker Face’

Bill Hader for ‘Barry’
Steve Martin for ‘Only Murders in the Building’
Jason Segel for ‘Unfiltered Therapy’
Martin Short for ‘Only Murders in the Building’
Jason Sudeikis for ‘Ted Lasso’
Jeremy Allen White for ‘The Bear’

Riley Keough for ‘Everyone Loves Daisy Jones’
Brie Larson for ‘Cooking with Chemistry’
Elizabeth Olsen for ‘Love & Death’
Juno Temple for ‘Fargo’
Rachel Weisz for ‘Inseparables’
Ali Wong for ‘Bronca’

Matt Bomer for ‘Road Companions’
Sam Claflin for ‘Everyone Loves Daisy Jones’
Jon Hamm for ‘Fargo’
Woody Harrelson for ‘The White House Plumbers’
David Oyelowo for ‘Lawmen: Bass Reeves’
Steven Yeun for ‘Bronca’

Best Supporting Actress – SERIES
Elizabeth Debicki for ‘The Crown’
Abby Elliott for ‘The Bear’
Christina Ricci for ‘Yellowjackets’
J. Smith-Cameron for ‘Succession’
Meryl Streep for ‘Only Murders in the Building’
Hannah Waddingham for ‘Ted Lasso’

Best Supporting Actor – SERIES
Billy Crudup for ‘The Morning Show’
Matthew Macfadyen for ‘Succession’
James Marsden for ‘Jury Duty’
Ebon Moss-Bachrach for ‘The Bear’
Alan Ruck for ‘Succession’
Alexander Skarsgard for ‘Succession’

Best Stand Up Comedy Performance
Ricky Gervais for ‘Ricky Gervais: Armageddon’
Trevor Noah for ‘Trevor Noah: Where Was I’
Chris Rock for ‘Chris Rock: Selective Outrage’
Amy Schumer for ‘Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact’
Sarah Silverman for ‘Sarah Silverman: Someone You Love’
Wanda Sykes for ‘Wanda Sykes: I’m an Entertainer’

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