Awards season has kicked off with the winners of the 2020 Golden Globes announced in Hollywood overnight.
It was supposed to be Netflix’s big night after the streaming giant picked up a record of 34 nominations, however it only took home two awards on the night - one for Olivia Colman in The Crown and one for Laura Dern in Marriage Story. Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman came away with nothing from five nominations.
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Colman wasn’t the only Brit to win big at the Globes either, with Sir Sam Mendes’ WW1 film 1917 picking up Best Picture Drama and Best Director, while Phoebe Waller-Bridge won two for her hit comedy drama Fleabag. Brian Cox and Taron Egerton also scooped top acting gongs.
Here’s who won what at the 77th Golden Globes.
Best Motion Picture - Drama
1917 - Winner
The Two Popes
Director Sir Sam Mendes collected the gong and said: "This is a huge huge thing for this movie, it’s difficult to make movies without big movie stars in the lead and get people to come and see it in a movie theatre."
Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Winner
Dolemite is My Name
Sam Mendes, 1917 - Winner
Bong Joon-ho, Parasite
Todd Phillips, Joker
Martin Scorsese, The Irishman
Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Mendes said: "That is a big surprise. There is a not a director in this room, not in the world, that is not in the shadow of Martin Scorsese."
He dedicated the prize to his grandfather Alfred, who inspired the film. saying: "He signed up for the First World War aged 17 and he is looking down on us and I fervently hope it never happens again."
Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama
Joaquin Phoenix, Joker - Winner
Christian Bale, Ford Vs Ferrari
Antonio Banderas, Pain & Glory
Adam Driver, Marriage Story
Jonathan Pryce, The Two Popes
Phoenix expressed his appreciation for the fact it was a vegan meal, saying: "Thank you for recognising the link between animal agriculture and climate change, it was a bold move making tonight plant basted and sends a powerful message."
Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Taron Egerton, Rocketman - Winner
Daniel Craig, Knives Out
Roman Griffin Davis, Jojo Rabbit
Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Eddie Murphy, Dolemite is My Name
Egerton said: "This role has changed my life, it's been the best experience of my life, it's been such a joyous thing." He also thanked David Furnish for believing "I could play your husband" and added: "To Elton John, thank you for the music, for living a life less ordinary and thank you for being my friend."
Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
Renée Zellweger, Judy - Winner
Cynthia Erivo, Harriet
Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story
Saoirse Ronan, Little Women
Charlize Theron, Bombshell
The Bridget Jones star said: "Hey everybody, it's nice to see you, you look pretty good 17 years later."
Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Awkwafina, The Farewell - Winner
Ana De Armas, Knives Out
Cate Blanchett, Where'd You Go, Bernadette?
Beanie Feldstein, Booksmart
Emma Thompson, Late Night
The Ocean’s 8 star said: "I would like to dedicate this to my dad, I told you I would get a job, Dad."
Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture
Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Winner
Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Anthony Hopkins, The Two Popes
Al Pacino, The Irishman
Joe Pesci, The Irishman
He paid tribute to his fellow nominees, saying: "Holy moly, when I was starting out these names that were just listed Pacnio, Pesci, Hanks, and my de facto mentor from afar Tony Hopkins, were like gods to me, so all my respect."
He also thanked "the man, the myth, the legend," Tarantino and his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, who he referred to as "my partner in crime LDC," taking the chance to make a joke about his role in Titanic. He said: "He's an all-star, a gent and I wouldn't be here without him. Still, I would have shared the raft."
Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture
Laura Dern, Marriage Story - Winner
Kathy Bates, Richard Jewell
Annette Bening, The Report
Jennifer Lopez, Hustlers
Margot Robbie, Bombshell
Dern said: "We long to be of service, to give voice to the voiceless, and thanks to the brilliant Noah Baumbach (the writer and director), I got to do just that, to pay tribute to the divorce lawyer, long, long overdue."
Quentin Tarantino - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood- Winner
The Two Popes
He was handed the prize by one of its stars, Margot Robbie, and thanked his wife Daniella Pick, who is pregnant with their first child, saying she was watching from Tel Aviv.
Best Original Score
Hildur Guðnadóttir - Joker - Winner
Best Original Song
'(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again', Sir Elton John and Bernie Taupin, Rocketman - Winner
'Beautiful Ghosts', Cats
'Into the Unknown', Frozen 2
'Spirit', The Lion King
'Stand Up', Harriet
Taupin said the prize honoured a song about their "52 year marriage", while Sir Elton said the film was "one of the most emotional moments of my life".
He added: "It's the first time I've ever won an award with him (Taupin), we never won a Grammy, we never did anything together, and I'm so happy."
Best Foreign Language Film
Parasite - Winner
Pain and Glory
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Director Bong Joon-Ho gave his speech in Korean with a translator and said: "Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles you will be introduced to so many more amazing films.
"Just being nominated with fellow international filmmakers was a huge honour."
Best Animated Feature Film
Missing Link - Winner
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
The Lion King
Toy Story 4
Best Television Series – Drama
Succession (HBO) - Winner
Big Little Lies (HBO)
The Crown (Netflix)
Killing Eve (BBC America)
The Morning Show (Apple TV Plus)
The series' British creator Jesse Armstrong said: "It's a team show and I am here as a representative to accept it on behalf of all of us, so if you've ever appeared on the call sheet or in the titles, congratulations, we have won a Golden Globe."
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama
Olivia Colman (The Crown) - Winner
Jennifer Aniston (The Morning Show)
Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)
Nicole Kidman (Big Little Lies)
Reese Witherspoon (The Morning Show)
Colman said: "I had money on this not happening. For the last year I feel I've been living someone else's life and now I feel I've won someone else's award.
"I've had the loveliest time doing this. To all my fellow nominees, I don't really know what to say because I already got a little bit boozy because I thought this wasn't going to happen."
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama
Brian Cox (Succession) - Winner
Kit Harington (Game of Thrones)
Rami Malek (Mr. Robot)
Tobias Menzies (The Crown)
Billy Porter (Pose)
Speaking to reporters backstage, Cox, 73, said his Golden Globe win was one of the best nights of his career.
"I never thought I'd make it," he said. "I thought my sell-by date had come quite some time ago."
He thanked Succession writer Jesse Armstrong and said a role like media magnate Logan Roy "comes along once in a generation, once in a lifetime".
Cox added: "And when you're given a gift like that, you go 'wow'. It's down to Jesse, he called me, he didn't have to but he did. I am eternally grateful."
Cox then paid tribute to the cast and crew of Succession and said: "I am with my buddies, I am with these incredible bunch of actors, the Succession crew.
"So this is a bit of a pinnacle. I can't ask for better than this."
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) - Winner
Christina Applegate (Dead to Me)
Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
Kirsten Dunst (On Becoming a God in Central Florida)
Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll)
During her acceptance speech she paid tribute to her co-star Andrew Scott, also known as the "hot priest".
"This really comes down to Andrew Scott," Waller-Bridge said. "There was a lot of talk about the chemistry of us in the show but he could have chemistry with a pebble.
"I loved being Andrew's pebble in this. Thank you so much for bringing so much fire to this season."
Waller-Bridge then thanked Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer as well as the show's director of photography for making the series "look like a movie".
"This has been so, so, so extraordinary," Waller-Bridge added.
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Fleabag (Amazon) - Winner
The Kominsky Method (Netflix)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)
The Politician (Netflix)
Waller-Bridge returned to the stage, this time accompanied by her cast and creative team and said: "A huge thank you to everyone for supporting us so much. It's all a bit gross but we all became best friends, which is ironic, because the show is about such a lonely lady."
She also thanked former US president Barack Obama for naming the show on his list of best film and TV of the 2019.
She said: "Personally I would like to thank Obama for putting us on his list, as some of you may know, he has always been on mine. And if you don't get that, please watch season one of Fleabag really, really quickly."
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Ramy Youssef (Ramy) - Winner
Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method)
Bill Hader (Barry)
Ben Platt (The Politician)
Paul Rudd (Living with Yourself)
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon presented the first two awards of the night.
They handed the best actor in a TV comedy or musical prize to Ramy Youssef, who said it was "thanks to my God and Hulu."
He told the ballroom: "I know you guys haven't seen my show, everyone is like 'Is this an editor?'
"We made a very specific show about an Arab Muslim family living in New Jersey and this means a lot to be recognised at this level."
Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Chernobyl (HBO) - Winner
The Loudest Voice (Showtime)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) - Winner
Kaitlyn Dever (Unbelievable)
Joey King (The Act)
Helen Mirren (Catherine the Great)
Merritt Wever (Unbelievable)
The actress, who is pregnant, used her speech to discuss the importance of a woman's right to choose, saying: "I am grateful to live in a moment in our society where choice exists, because as girls and women, things can happen to our bodies that are not our choice."
She said she would not have been able to live her life without employing a woman's right to choose, adding "to choose when to have my children and with whom, when I felt supported".
She continued: "I know my choices might look different to yours."
Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Russell Crowe (The Loudest Voice) - Winner
Christopher Abbott (Catch-22)
Sacha Baron Cohen (The Spy)
Jared Harris (Chernobyl)
Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon)
Russell Crowe won the best actor in a limited series prize for The Loudest Voice, but Aniston said he was not present because he was "at home in Australia, protecting his family from the devastating bushfires" but had sent a message, saying: "Make no mistake, the tragedy taking place in Australia is climate change-based."
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Patricia Arquette (The Act) - Winner
Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown)
Toni Collette (Unbelievable)
Meryl Streep (Big Little Lies)
Emily Watson (Chernobyl)
The Act star Patricia Arquette won best actress in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for TV and used her acceptance speech to urge people to vote.
She said: "I am so grateful to be here and celebrate this. Also I know tonight, January 5, 2020, we're not going to look back on this night in the history books.
"We will see a country on the brink of war, the United States of America, a president tweeting out a threat of 52 bombs including cultural sites.
"Young people risking their lives travelling across the world, people not knowing that bombs are going to drop on their kids' heads and the continent of Australia on fire."
Arquette added: "I love my kids so much. I beg of us all to give them a better world."
She finished her speech by calling for people to vote in the US presidential elections later this year.
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Stellan Skarsgård (Chernobyl) - Winner
Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Method)
Kieran Culkin (Succession)
Andrew Scott (Fleabag)
Henry Winkler (Barry)
Stellan Skarsgard won the supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie prize for Chernobyl and joked it was down to his eyebrows.