Sunday, January 23, 2022

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The Golden Globe winners were announced online Sunday evening, and fan favorites Will Smith, Andrew Garfield and Belfast were among the early winners.

Smith won Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama for his role of Richard Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams, in King Richard.

Andrew Garfield won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his portrayal of Rent creator Jonathan Larson in Tick… Tick… Boom!

and Kenneth Branagh received a Globe for Best Screenplay, Motion Picture for Belfast.

It was announced on Thursday that the event would be “private” and would not be broadcast live.

“We will provide real-time updates on the winners on the Golden Globes website and on our social media,” the Golden Globe Awards revealed in a tweet.

It has also been reported that the ceremony was unable to find a broadcast partner for the year or any celebrities willing to attend, according to Variety.

The Globes was hit by a boycott over its diversity and ethics scandal, with many big names criticizing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Read our Golden Globes Live Blog for the latest news and updates…

  • more winners

    Will Smith won Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his role as Richard Williams, father of Venus and Serena Williams, in King Richard.

    Cody Smit-McPhee won Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his role in The Power of the Dog.

    And Jean Smart won Best Actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for her Deborah Vance character in Hacks.

  • Who were some of the winners?

    Rachel Ziegler won Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for playing Mariah in 2021’s West Side Story.

    Nicole Kidman won Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for playing Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos.

    And Billie Eilish and her brother, Finnace O’Connell, have won for their song “No Time to Die” from the movie No Time to Die.

  • Jamie Lee Curtis Shows Support

    Jamie Lee Curtis was the only celebrity at this year’s “private” Golden Globes.

    She appeared in a video filmed for the Golden Globes in support of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

    Curtis spoke about the organization’s philanthropic work and said he was proud to work with them.

  • best tv

    HBO’s Hacks won for Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy.

    Succession, also from HBO, won for Best TV Series, Drama.

  • best movies

    The Power of the Dog took home the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama.

    Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story won the award for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.

  • attendance was limited

    Attendance at the 2022 Golden Globe Awards was limited to groups that have received philanthropic support from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).

    The only people present were the presenters of the program.

    No nominees, guests or media are reported to be present.

  • Tom Cruise returns his Golden Globes

    Cruz has reportedly returned three of her Golden Globe trophies to the HFPA, which has been slammed for its lack of diversity as well as moral failings.

    The 58-year-old actor won the Globes for Best Actor for Jerry Maguire, Best Actor for Born on the Fourth of July, and Best Supporting Actor for Magnolia.

    Those performances also garnered an Oscar nomination for Mission Impossible Star.

    The HFPA is a non-profit organization full of journalists and photographers reporting on the entertainment industry.

  • Retired Golden Globe Award

    Some of the Golden Globes awards have been retired, but were previously awarded.

    Those awards include:

    • best documentary – Honored from 1972 to 1976
    • Best English-Language Foreign Motion Picture – Honored from 1957 to 1973
    • New Star of the Year – Actor – Honored from 1948 to 1983
    • New Star of the Year – Actress – Honored from 1948 to 1983
    • Henrietta Award (World Film Favorite – Female) – Honored from 1950 to 1979
    • Henrietta Award (World Film Favorite – Male) – Honored from 1950 to 1979
    • promote international understanding – Honored from 1945 to 1964
    • Best Cinematography – Motion Picture – Awarded from 1948 to 1953, in 1955 and in 1963.
  • ‘Not even a function’

    Ricky Gervais, 60, who hosted five awards in ten years, says he thinks it might even be the last time we’re watching Sunday’s show.

    In an exclusive interview with The Sun, he said: “They’re trying to get it up and running again. I don’t think anyone’s been invited. It’s not even a ceremony.

    “You can’t predict anything in this world. They may come back stronger than ever and they may be loved again or this may be the last.”

    “Never know you. I don’t take anything for granted anymore. I just keep on sparring. And whatever happens, happens.”

  • diversity scandal

    The HFPA came under fire after a Los Angeles Times investigation in February exposed ethical flaws and a surprising lack of diversity — the 87-person group didn’t have a single black journalist.

    Studios and PR firms threatened a boycott. Tom Cruise also returned his three Golden Globes, while other A-listers denounced the group on social media.

  • Who announced the winners?

    The HFPA enlisted the leaders of the groups it gave grants to announce the winners.

  • Were the winners present?

    None of the winners attended Sunday’s event, nor did they immediately comment on their awards.

  • TV Winner

    Television winners included: Gene Smart for “Hacks”, Jason Sudeikis for “Ted Lasso”, Sarah Snook and Jeremy Strong for “Succession”, Kate Winslet for “Mare of Easttown”, O Yeong-su for “Success”. It also won for Best Television Comedy. Michael Keaton for “Squid Game” and “Dopesic”. Barry Jenkins’ “The Underground Railroad” won Best Limited Series.

    The group said on their website that “Pose” star Michaela J. Rodriguez became the first trans person to win a Golden Globe.

  • winners in movies

    Film winners included Will Smith for “King Richard”, Cody Smit-McPhee for “The Power of the Dog” and “Tick, Tick… Boom!” Andrew Garfield was involved.

    The Japanese film “Drive My Car”, also a critics hit, won Best Non-English Language Motion Picture, while “Encanto” won for Animation.

  • West Side Story had a big night

    Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” won several major awards, including Best Picture Comedy or Musical, Best Actress for Rachel Ziegler, and Best Supporting Actress for Ariana DeBos.

  • Awards Blogged

    The Golden Globe Awards, Hollywood’s so-called biggest party that regularly drew 18 million television viewers, was turned into a live-blog on Sunday night for its 79th edition.

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association went ahead with its film awards Sunday night without any telecasts, nominees, red carpets, hosts, press or even livestreams.

    Instead, HFPA members and some recipients of the group’s philanthropic grants gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for a 90-minute private event, announcing the names of film and television winners on the organization’s social media feeds.

  • Why the Golden Globes weren’t shown on TV, continued

    Deadline reported that the decision to not air the online version of The Globe has nothing to do with the HFPA’s multimillion-dollar, multi-year deal with NBC.

    According to a source at the Comcast-owned network, NBC is not blocking HFPA’s livestreams.

    NBC decided to close the show due to the lack of diversity by the HFPA.

    HFPA President Helen Hohen told The Hollywood Reporter: “Change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to get it right.”

  • Why the Golden Globes weren’t televised

    Unfortunately, this year the Golden Globe Awards weren’t available to watch on television or streaming services.

    “This year’s event is going to be a private event and will not be broadcast live,” an HFPA spokesperson told Deadline.

    The HFPA continued: “We will provide real-time updates on the winners on the Golden Globes website and on our social media.”

  • Fans Celebrate Andrew Garfield

    Fans of Tick… ​​Tick… ​​Boom! The actor celebrates his win for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

    This is Garfield’s first Golden Globe.

  • History

    Actress MJ Rodriguez made history after becoming the first trans woman to win a Golden Globe for acting.

    She plays the role of “house mother” in Pose.

  • Best Motion Picture – Drama

    The Power of the Dog just took home the Globe for Best Motion Picture Drama!

  • Best Television Series – Drama

    Succession wins for Best Television Series Drama!

  • Best Director of a Motion Picture

    Jane Campion has won Best Director in a Motion Picture for The Power of the Dog!

  • Nicole Kidman wins!

    Nicole Kidman won Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for playing Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos.

  • West Side Story wins Best Film!

    Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story wins Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.

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