Golden Globe winners (yes, the Globes were "handed out" last night)

In the most exciting press conference of the weekend -- perhaps even the whole week -- the Golden Globe award winners were announced Sunday night. Normally, the Globes are the "fun" awards show. The stars sit at round tables instead of neatly-formed rows; they drink plenty of alcohol; and they're basically a lot less rigid than at the Emmys or Oscars.

However, with the Writers' Guild of America on strike and threatening to picket a writer-less ceremony (and the Screen Actors Guild saying none of its members -- aka the actors nominated for most of the awards -- would cross a picket line), the "show" was reduced to a short press conference hosted by Access Hollywood's Nancy O'Dell and Billy Bush. And since nobody cares how a press conference "came across", we'll just get right into the winners.


Best Picture (Drama): Atonement

Best Actress (Drama): Julie Christie – Away From Her

Best Actor (Drama): Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood

Best Picture (Comedy or Musical): Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Best Actress (Comedy or Musical): Marion Cotillard – La Vie En Rose

Best Actor (Comedy or Musical): Johnny Depp – Sweeney Todd

Best Animated Feature: Ratatouille

Best Foreign Language Film: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Best Supporting Actress: Cate Blanchett – I'm Not There

Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem – No Country for Old Men

Best Director: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (France, United States)

Best Screenplay: Ethan Coen & Joel Coen – No Country for Old Men

Best Original Score: Atonement (Dario Marianelli)

Best Original Song: "Guaranteed" – Into the Wild (Eddie Vedder)


Best Series (Drama): Mad Men (AMC)

Best Actress (Drama): Glenn Close – Damages (FX)

Best Actor (Drama): Jon Hamm – Mad Men (AMC)

Best Series (Comedy or Musical): Extras (HBO)

Best Actress (Comedy or Musical): Tina Fey – 30 Rock (NBC)

Best Actor (Comedy or Musical): David Duchovny – Californication (HBO)

Best Mini-Series or TV Movie: Longford (HBO)

Best Actress (Mini-Series or TV Movie): Queen Latifah – Life Support (HBO)

Best Actor (Mini-Series or TV Movie): Jim Broadbent – Longford (HBO)

Best Supporting Actress: Samantha Morton – Longford (HBO)

Best Supporting Actor: Jeremy Piven – Entourage (HBO)

Tags: Golden Globes, awards, Atonement, Sweeney Todd, Mad Men

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Original Comments Posted (2)

ariana says...

I thought they were on in a week or two.I missed the non-spectacle. Le sigh.

Jan 14, 2008 11:33pm

Sarahm says...

I thought AMC was the movie channel? What is Mad Men?

Feb 1, 2008 5:28pm

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