- The late Actor, Chadwick Boseman won Best Actor – Drama (Film) for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
- ‘The Crown’ has won four Golden Globes, including Best Tv Series – Drama
- ‘Nomadland’ and ‘Borat 2’ have won two awards
In a touching moment at the Golden Globes, Chadwick Boseman’s performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom won him a posthumous Golden Globe for Best Actor – Drama (Film) After fighting cancer, Chadwick Boseman, who played Black Panther in the Marvel universe, died last year. He was 43 years old at the time.
The Crown topped the Golden Globes winners list, taking home four of the six awards it was nominated for, including Best Tv Series – Drama and acting awards for Josh O’Connor, Emma Corrin, and Gillian Anderson.
Chloe Zhao won Best Director and Best Film – Drama for Nomadland. Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, a controversial mockumentary, won two awards: Best Film – Musical/Comedy and Best Actor – Musical/Comedy (Film) for its star and creator Sacha Baron Cohen.
Rosamund Pike won the Golden Globe for Best Actress – Musical/Comedy (Film) for I Care A Lot, while Andra Day won the Drama category for her role in The United States vs Billie Holiday. The Mauritanian’s Jodie Foster won Best Supporting Actress (Film).
Daniel Kaluuya won the first award of the night, Best Supporting Actor (Film), for his role in the biographical drama Judas And The Black Messiah. Following that, John Boyega won Best Supporting Actor (TV) for his show Small Axe.
Schitt’s Creek, won Best TV Series – Musical/Comedy and Catherine O’Hara, the star of the hit show Schitt’s Creek won the Best Actress – Musical/Comedy (TV). The Queen’s Gambit won two Golden Globes in the categories of Best Limited Series, Anthology or TV Film and the Best Actress Award was won by Anya Taylor-Joy in the same category.
Best Actor – Musical/Comedy (TV) went to Jason Sudeikis. For I Know This Much Is True, Ted Lasso and Mark Ruffalo won Best Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology, or TV Film. Soul, a Pixar film, was bagged two Golden Globe awards: Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score. The Best Foreign Language Film was won by Minari.
This year’s Cecil B DeMille Award went to Jane Fonda, and the Carol Burnett Award went to writer-producer Norman Lear.
The Golden Globe nominees were revealed on February 3rd. In the film categories, Mank and The Trial Of The Chicago 7 topped the leader board with 6 and 5 nominations each; in the tv categories, The Crown led with 6 nominations, followed by Schitt’s Creek with 5.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 78th Golden Globe Awards, one of Hollywood’s biggest nights, were held on February 28 (March 1 in India), almost two months later than usual. Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles hosted the bicoastal ceremony. Check out the full list of winners here.
Winners in the Film Categories:
Best Film (Drama): Nomadland
Best Film (Musical/Comedy): Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Best Director: Chloe Zhao for Nomadland
Best Actress (Drama): Andra Day for The United States vs. Billie Holiday
Best Actor (Drama): Chadwick Boseman for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy): Rosamund Pike for I Care A Lot
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy): Sacha Baron Cohen for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Best Supporting Actress: Jodie Foster for The Mauritanian
Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya for Judas And The Black Messiah
Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin for The Trial of the Chicago 7
Best Foreign Language Film: Minari
Best Animated Feature: Soul
Best Original Score: Soul
Best Original Song: ‘Io Si (Seen)’ from The Life Ahead
Winners in the TV categories:
Best TV Series (Drama): The Crown
Best TV Series (Musical/Comedy): Schitt’s Creek
Best Limited Series, Anthology or TV Film: The Queen’s Gambit
Best Actress (Drama): Emma Corrin for The Crown
Best Actor (Drama): Josh O’Connor for The Crown
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy): Catherine O’Hara for Schitt’s Creek
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy): Jason Sudeikis for Ted Lasso
Best Supporting Actress: Gillian Anderson for The Crown
Best Supporting Actor: John Boyega for Small Axe
Best Actress (Limited Series, Anthology or TV Film): Anya Taylor-Joy for The Queen’s Gambit