77th Golden Globe Awards

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77th Golden Globe Awards
DateJanuary 5, 2020
SiteThe Beverly Hilton,
Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Hosted byRicky Gervais
Highlights
Best Film: Drama1917
Best Film: Musical or ComedyOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood
Best Drama SeriesSuccession
Best Musical or Comedy SeriesFleabag
Best Miniseries or Television movieChernobyl
Most awardsOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood (3)
Most nominationsMarriage Story (6)
Television coverage
NetworkNBC
Ratings18.3 million (Nielsen ratings)[1]

The 77th Golden Globe Awards honored the best in film and American television of 2019, as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Produced by Dick Clark Productions and the HFPA, the ceremony was broadcast live on January 5, 2020, from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California beginning at 5:00 p.m. PST / 8:00 p.m. EST. The ceremony aired live on NBC in the United States. Ricky Gervais hosted the ceremony for the fifth and final time.[2][3]

The nominees were announced on December 9, 2019, by Tim Allen, Dakota Fanning and Susan Kelechi Watson.[4][5] Marriage Story earned a leading six nominations. Tom Hanks and Ellen DeGeneres were announced as the recipients of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award, respectively.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood won the most awards for the ceremony with three, including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. 1917, Joker, and Rocketman won two awards each, with 1917 winning Best Motion Picture – Drama. In television, Succession, Fleabag and Chernobyl were the most awarded, with two awards each.[6]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Joaquin Phoenix, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama winner
Renée Zellweger, Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama winner
Taron Egerton, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy winner
Awkwafina, Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy winner
Brad Pitt, Best Supporting Actor winner
Laura Dern, Best Supporting Actress winner
Brian Cox, Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama winner
Olivia Colman, Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama winner
Ramy Youssef, Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical winner
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical winner
Russell Crowe, Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film winner
Michelle Williams, Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film winner
Stellan Skarsgård, Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film winner
Patricia Arquette, Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film winner

Film[edit]

Best Motion Picture
Drama Musical or Comedy
Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama
Actor Actress
Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Actor Actress
Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture
Supporting Actor Supporting Actress
Other
Best Director Best Screenplay
Best Original Score Best Original Song
Best Animated Feature Film Best Foreign Language Film

Films with multiple nominations[edit]

The following films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Films
6 Marriage Story
5 The Irishman
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
4 Joker
The Two Popes
3 1917
Knives Out
Parasite
Rocketman
2 Bombshell
Dolemite Is My Name
The Farewell
Frozen II
Harriet
Jojo Rabbit
The Lion King
Little Women
Pain and Glory

Films with multiple wins[edit]

The following films received multiple wins:

Wins Films
3 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
2 1917
Joker
Rocketman

Television[edit]

Best Television Series
Drama Musical or Comedy
Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama
Actor Actress
Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Actor Actress
Best Performance in a Miniseries or Television Film
Actor Actress
Best Supporting Performance in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film
Supporting Actor Supporting Actress
Best Miniseries or Television Film

Series with multiple nominations[edit]

The following television series received multiple nominations:

Nominations Series
4 Chernobyl
The Crown
Unbelievable
3 Barry
Big Little Lies
Fleabag
Fosse/Verdon
The Kominsky Method
The Morning Show
Succession
2 The Act
Catch-22
Killing Eve
The Loudest Voice
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Politician

Series with multiple wins[edit]

The following three series received multiple wins:

Wins Series
2 Chernobyl
Fleabag
Succession

Cecil B. DeMille Award[edit]

The Cecil B. DeMille Award is an honorary award bestowed for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment. It is awarded to honorees who have made a significant mark in the film industry and is named after its first recipient, director Cecil B. DeMille.

Carol Burnett Award[edit]

The Carol Burnett Award is an honorary award given for outstanding and lasting contributions to television on or off the screen. It is named in honor of its first recipient, actress Carol Burnett.

Ceremony[edit]

Golden Globe Ambassadors[edit]

The Golden Globe Ambassadors are Dylan Brosnan and Paris Brosnan, sons of Pierce Brosnan and Keely Shaye Smith.

Presenters[edit]

The following individuals presented awards at the ceremony:[9]

Criticism[edit]

The nominations (with critically popular competitions like Scorsese for The Irishman,[10] Tarantino for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Bong for Parasite)[11] attracted criticism for the lack of women chosen: no women were nominated for Best Director or Best Screenplay, despite what was perceived by some as award-worthy work by Céline Sciamma (Portrait of a Lady on Fire, nominated for Best Foreign Language Film), Greta Gerwig (Little Women), Jennifer Kent (The Nightingale), Lulu Wang (The Farewell, also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film), Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) Lorene Scafaria (Hustlers), and Marielle Heller (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood).[12][13][14] The Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ) nominated (and eventually gave)[15] the HFPA the AWFJ Hall of Shame Award for "excluding women nominees in major Golden Globe categories."[16]

However, there was some notable successes for women in film that night: Hildur Guðnadóttir became the first solo female composer and only the second overall to win the Best Original Score for her work on Joker while Awkwafina became the first Asian-American to win the Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) category for her performance in The Farewell.[17][18]

Controversy[edit]

Ricky Gervais Twitter
@rickygervais

1. Simply pointing out whether someone is left or right wing isn't winning the argument.
2. If a joke is good enough, it can be enjoyed by anyone.
3. It's not all about you.
4. Just because you're offended, doesn't mean you're right.

Jan 8, 2020[19]

Controversy arose following Ricky Gervais's opening monologue, which was seen as his attack on the hypocrisy of Hollywood.[20][21][22][23] He poked fun at several controversial topics, such as the death of Jeffrey Epstein, the college admissions scandal, and the middle-aged Leonardo DiCaprio's preference to younger women. Gervais also sarcastically accused the Hollywood Foreign Press of racism for its lack of diversity in the "in memoriam" section, criticized Apple and Disney for their labor practices, and admonished awardees who flaunt their political views in their acceptance speeches.[21][22][23]

Gervais's remarks attained mixed reactions across the political spectrum; while conservatives highly praised Gervais,[24] journalists from liberal outlets were critical,[25][26][27] with Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield calling his monologue "incredibly stale".[28] Of the criticism, Gervais said it was the "best ever", and later defended his jokes in a tweet.[20][21]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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    2. If a joke is good enough, it can be enjoyed by anyone.
    3. It's not all about you.
    4. Just because you're offended, doesn't mean you're right"
    (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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