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The Complete List of 2024 Golden Globe Winners, From Oppenheimer to Succession

<p>The greatest performers in the cinema and television industries from the previous year were honored at the 2024 Golden Globes, which took place earlier on Sunday night in Los Angeles. Taking home five Oscars during the presentation, including the Best Motion Picture Drama trophy, Oppenheimer was the clear winner. Actors Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr. won acting awards, and the film’s director, Christopher Nolan, won Best Director in the same category. In the meantime, Emma Stone, who starred in Yorgos Lanthimos’ ridiculous Frankenstein-inspired flick Poor Things, took home the Best Picture – Musical or Comedy trophy.</p>
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<p>Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig, was another big movie this year. It won two awards: one for best box office performance and the other for the Billie Eilish and Finneas song “What Was I Made For?” The program included a new category this year called “Cinematic and Box Office Achievement” to honor the largest films of the year. Films must have made at least $150 million, $100 million of which must have come from the US. Barbie has exceeded Warner Bros.’s projections in addition to her critical success, earning $1.442 billion (about Rs. 11,979 crore) at the global box office.</p>
<p>In other news, Killers of the Flower Moon won just one Golden Globe out of seven nominations for best female actor in a drama, going to Lily Gladstone, a first-time contender. Anatomy of a Fall, as predicted, won an award for best non-English picture, and its co-writers, Justine Triet and Arthur Harari, also took home a prize for best script. The Boy and the Heron, Hayao Miyazaki’s last film before retiring, won the 81st Golden Globe for Best Animated Picture.</p>
<p>ALSO VIEWThe Greatest Motion Pictures of 2023: From Barbie to Killers of the Flower Moon</p>
<p>On television, Succession’s fourth and final season won Best Drama Series and took home four prizes overall, topping the pack of winners. Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook, who portrayed the crafty kids hoping to inherit their father’s enterprise and maybe keep it from being taken over by a wealthy techie, took home the Best Actor and Best Actress awards, respectively. Best Supporting Actor went to Matthew Macfayden, who portrayed the cunning Tom Wambsgans in the production. Additional noteworthy events include the second season of The Bear, which won accolades for best TV show, best actor (Jeremy Allan White), and best actress (Ayo Edeberi) in the musical/comedy category. The Last of Us on HBO, the buzz of the town upon its launch in early 2023, took home eight Creative Arts Emmy Awards victories while failing to win a single Golden Globe.</p>
<p>Now, the complete list of Golden Globe winners for this year is as follows:</p>
<p>Full list of 2024 Golden Globe winners<br />
Oppenheimer’s Best Picture: Drama — WINNER<br />
Anatomy of a Fall Death Moon Killers Master’s Previous Lives<br />
The Interest Zone</p>
<p>Best Picture: Comedy or Musical<br />
WINNER Air American Fiction: Poor Things<br />
Barbie The Remainders May/Dec</p>
<p>Best Female Dramatic Actor in a Motion Picture<br />
The winner is Lily Gladstone from Killers of the Flower Moon.<br />
Nyad and Annette Bening<br />
Priscilla Carey Mulligan, Cailee Spaeny, and Maestro<br />
Greta Lee Former Lives<br />
Sandra Hüller, A Fall’s Anatomy</p>
<p>The Best Male Actor in a Dramatic Picture<br />
Oppenheimer’s Cillian Murphy is the winner.<br />
Every One of Us, Strangers, Andrew Scott<br />
Keoghan Barry, Saltburn<br />
Rustin, Maestro Colman Domingo, and Bradley Cooper<br />
Leonardo DiCaprio: The Flower Moon Killers</p>
<p>Best Female Actor in a Comedy or Musical Picture<br />
Poor Things by Emma Stone – WINNER<br />
Alma Pöysti, Fantasia of Fallen Leaves Barrino, The Purple Color<br />
No Hard Feelings, Jennifer Lawrence<br />
Barbie, Robbie Margot<br />
Natalie Portman, 25 December</p>
<p>Best Male Actor in a Comedy or Musical Picture<br />
The Holdovers’ Paul Giamatti is the winner.<br />
American fiction writer Jeffrey Wright<br />
The Joaquin Phoenix Beau Is Fearful<br />
Air, Matt Damon<br />
Nicholas Cage, The Dream Sequence<br />
Wonka, Timothée Chalamet</p>
<p>Best Director for a Motion Picture<br />
Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan — WINNER<br />
Bradley Cooper, Conductor<br />
Past Lives, a song by Celine<br />
Barbie, Greta Gerwig,<br />
Martin Scorsese Assassins of the Flower Moon<br />
Poor Things by Yorgos Lanthimos</p>
<p>Movie Screenplay of the Year<br />
Anatomy of a Fall by Justine Triet and Arthur Harari, winner<br />
Past Lives, a song by Celine<br />
Nolan Christopher, Oppenheimer<br />
Martin Scorsese, Eric Roth, and Killers of the Flower Moon<br />
Barbie, Greta Gerwig, and Noah Baumbach<br />
Tony McNamara, The Misery</p>
<p>Best Female Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture<br />
Da’Vine WINNER: Joy Randolph of The Holdovers<br />
Danielle Brooks – Vibrant Color<br />
Blunt, Emily Oppenheimer<br />
Nyad, Jodie Foster<br />
May December Julianne Moore<br />
Pike Rosamund, Saltburn</p>
<p>Most Valuable Male Supporting Actor – Motion Picture<br />
Oppenheimer, Robert Downey Jr. — WINNER<br />
Charles Melton, May–December<br />
Mark Ruffalo and the Bad Things<br />
Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Robert De Niro<br />
Barbie, Ryan Gosling<br />
Dafoe Willem, Harsh Things</p>
<p>Fallen Leaves, Finland, took home the Best Picture – Non-English Language Oscar for Anatomy of a Fall, France.<br />
Italy’s Io Capitano<br />
Former Lives, United States<br />
Spain’s Society of the Snow<br />
The US Zone of Interest</p>
<p>Best Animated Feature Film<br />
Winner: The Boy and the Heron<br />
Spider-Man: Elemental Across the Spider-Verse<br />
The Wish from the Super Mario Bros. Movie</p>
<p>Best Original Motion Picture Score<br />
Oppenheimer’s Ludwig Göransson was the winner.<br />
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Daniel Pemberton<br />
Jerskin Fendrix Bad Things<br />
The Boy and the Heron by Joe Hisaishi<br />
Mica Levi: The Interest Zone<br />
Robbie Robertson, Flower Moon Killers</p>
<p>Best Motion Picture Original Song<br />
“Why Did I Get Made?” WINNER: Billie Eilish as Finneas (Barbie)<br />
“Desperate for Love,” Bruce Springsteen, “Dance the Night” (She Came to Me). Mark Ronson, Caroline Ailin (Barbie), Andrew Wyatt, and Dua Lipa<br />
“My name is Ken.” Andrew Wyatt and Mark Ronson (Barbie) “Pearces,” In the Super Mario Bros. movie, Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond, and John Spiker<br />
“The Path to Equality,” Rustin Lenny Kravitz</p>
<p>Achievements in Film and the Box Office<br />
Barbie: The victor<br />
Volume 3 of Guardians of the Galaxy<br />
Chapter 4 of John Wick<br />
Part One of Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning<br />
Oppenheimer<br />
Throughout the Spider-Verse: Spider-Man<br />
The film titled Super Mario Bros.<br />
The Eras Tour with Taylor Swift</p>
<p>Winner 1923: Best Drama Series Successor<br />
The Throne<br />
The Envoy<br />
The Final Ones<br />
The Early Show</p>
<p>Top Comedy/Musical Series<br />
Abbott Elementary’s winner is The Bear.<br />
Barry Jury Duty: The Building’s Only Murders<br />
Ted Lasso</p>
<p>All the Light We Cannot See won Best Limited Series, Anthology Series, or TV Motion Picture Beef.<br />
Chemistry Lessons from Daisy Jones & The Six Fargo Fellow Travelers</p>
<p>Top Television Actress for Dramatic Series<br />
WINNER: Sarah Snook, Succession<br />
Bella Ramsey: The Final One<br />
Emma Stone: The Addiction<br />
1923’s Helen Mirren<br />
Crown / Imelda Staunton<br />
The Diplomat, Keri Russell</p>
<p>Top Male Television Actor in Dramatic Series<br />
Succession’s Kieran Culkin is the winner.<br />
Brian Cox, Contingent<br />
The Crown and Dominic West<br />
Gary Oldman Slow-moving Horses<br />
The Succession of Jeremy Strong<br />
Pedro Pascal: The Final Survivor</p>
<p>Best Female Actor on Television in a Musical or Comedy Series<br />
The Bear, Ayo Edebiri, WINNER<br />
The Great Elle Fanning<br />
Poker Face and Natasha Lyonne<br />
The Amazing Mrs. Maisel Quinta Brunson at Abbott Elementary, Rachel Brosnahan<br />
Selena Gomez, The Building’s Only Murders</p>
<p>Top Male Performer on Television in a Musical or Comedy Series<br />
The Bear, Jeremy Allen White, the winner<br />
Barry Hader and Bill Hader<br />
Jason Segel, Reduction<br />
Steve Sutheikis and Ted Lasso<br />
Martin Short, The Building’s Only Murders<br />
Steve Martin, The Building Is Only Murderous</p>
<p>Television Motion Picture, Limited Series, or Anthology Series: Best Female Actor<br />
WINNER: Ali Wong, Beef<br />
Brie Larson, Chemistry Lessons<br />
Elizabeth Olsen: Death and Love<br />
Fargo’s Juno Temple<br />
Rachel Weisz, Ring of Death<br />
Daisy Jones, Riley Keough, and the Six</p>
<p>Television Motion Picture, Limited Series, or Anthology Series: Best Male Actor<br />
Beef, Steven Yeun — WINNER<br />
Lawmen, David Oyelowo: Reeves, Bass<br />
Fargo’s Jon Hamm<br />
Matt Bomer and Other Passengers<br />
Daisy Jones, Sam Claflin, and the Six<br />
White House Plumbers with Woody Harrelson</p>
<p>Television’s Best Supporting Female Actor<br />
The Crown’s Elizabeth Debicki is the winner.<br />
The Bear, Abby Elliott<br />
Ricci Christina, Yellowjackets<br />
Ted Lasso, Hannah Waddingham,<br />
J. Smith-Cameron, Contingent<br />
Meryl Streep, The Building Is Only Murderous</p>
<p>Television’s Best Supporting Male Actor<br />
Alexander Skarsgard, Succession; Alan Ruck, Succession; and Matthew Macfadyen, Winner<br />
The Morning Show with Billy Crudup<br />
The Bear, Ebon Moss-Bachrach<br />
Jim Marsden, Jury Service</p>
<p>Top Television Stand-Up Comedian<br />
Ricky Gervais, Winner of Ricky Gervais: Armageddon<br />
Amy Schumer, Amy Schumer: Contact Information<br />
Chris Rock, The Chris Rock Story: Selected Fury<br />
Sarah Silverman: Someone You Love, Sarah Silverman<br />
Where Was I, Trevor Noah, Trevor Noah?<br />
Wanda Sykes: I am an entertainer, Wanda Sykes</p>
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