The 2024 awards season is officially underway as Universal Pictures’ Oppenheimer won Best Motion Picture Drama the 81st annual Golden Globes tonight, leading all films and TV shows with five trophies. Check out the winners in all 27 categories below, see the wins by distributor and TV network/platform here.
Cillian Murphy took Best Male Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for Universal’s global smash period pic. Earlier, when its director Christopher Nolan won his first career Golden Globe, he noted that the only other time he’d been on the Globes stage was to accept Heath Ledger’s posthumous statuette for 2012’s The Dark Knight.
The three-hour film about J. Robert Oppenheimer and his Manhattan Project that led to the world’s first atomic bomb also won Male Supporting Actor for Robert Downey Jr, and the pic’s Ludwig Göransson took Original Score.
Lily Gladstone made history by winning Best Female Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for Apple Original Films’ Martin Scorsese-directed Killers of the Flower Moon. It was her first career nomination.
Searchlight’s Poor Things scored a bit of an upset, taking Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy over 2023’s top-glossing film Barbie, among others. Earlier, Poor Things star Emma Stone won Female Actor in a Motion Picture Musical, her second Globe triumph in eight career nominations. She also won for 2017’s La La Land.
Paul Giamatti won Male Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Focus Features’ The Holdovers, his third Globe win among six noms. His co-star Da’vine Joy Randolph earlier scooped the first trophy of the night, for Female Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture.
The Holdovers, Poor Things, Warner Bros’ Barbie and Neon’s Anatomy of a Fall — which took the Palme d’Or at Cannes — were the only other film multiple winners of the night. The latter won Best Non-English Language pic and Best Screenplay.
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