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Golden Globes: Wins by Distributor, Network, Film, TV Program – Hollywood Reporter

January 5th, 2020

Netflix, which won five Globes in 2019, received only one award this year.

Sony Pictures and HBO were the distributor and network that won big during the 77th annual Golden Globes on Sunday night, with three and four nods, respectively. 

Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures each took home two awards, while Hulu and Prime Video earned two apiece. 

Among the film honors, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood notched three wins, including for best musical or comedy, while Sam Mendes’ 1917 scored two (including best motion picture), alongside Todd Phillips’ Joker and Dexter Fletcher’s Rocketman

The award for best foreign language film went to Bong Joon Ho’s comedic drama about the rich and poor, Parasite. Among the actor prizes, Awkwafina won for her performance in Lulu Wang’s The Farewell and Joaquin Phoenix prevailed for Joker. 

On the television side, Chernobyl and Succession each earned two wins, with the latter receiving the coveted best TV drama statuette. Fleabag, from writer-actor Phoebe Waller-Bridge, also scored two nods, including best TV comedy.

Streamer Netflix, which won five Globes in 2019, received only one award this year, along with Showtime and FX Networks. 

Below is a list of wins by distributor, film, television network and show. 

Wins by Distributor

Sony Pictures Releasing — 3
Paramount Pictures — 2
Universal Pictures — 2
Warner Bros. Pictures — 2
A24 — 1
LD Entertainment/Roadside Attractions — 1
Neon — 1
Netflix — 1
United Artists Releasing — 1

Wins by Film

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood — 3
1917 — 2
Joker — 2
Rocketman — 2
The Farewell — 1
Judy — 1
Marriage Story — 1
Missing Link — 1
Parasite — 1

Wins by Television Network

HBO — 4
Hulu — 2
Prime Video — 2
FX Networks — 1
Netflix — 1
Showtime — 1

Wins by Show

Chernobyl — 2
Fleabag — 2
Succession — 2
The Act — 1
The Crown — 1
Fosse/Verdon — 1
The Loudest Voice — 1
Ramy — 1

The 77th annual Golden Globes, hosted by Ricky Gervais, aired live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel on NBC.

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Joaquin Phoenix Drops F-Bombs in ‘Joker’ Speech at the Golden Globes – Variety

January 5th, 2020

Joaquin Phoenix took home the Golden Globe on Sunday night for his role in “Joker,” but not without some drama.

After acknowledging his fellow nominees, Phoenix, a long-time skeptic of Hollywood awards shows, said “There is no f—ing best actor.” NBC proceed to cut out the audio as he appeared to drop multiple f-bombs, all of which were muted for viewers.


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January 5th, 2020

Joaquin Phoenix Gives Bizarre Speech for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Win for ‘Joker’ – Entertainment Tonight

January 5th, 2020

Joaquin Phoenix Gives Bizarre Speech for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Win for ‘Joker’ | Entertainment Tonight

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Golden Globes 2020: When ‘Succession’ star Brian Cox found out Elisabeth Murdoch is a fan – USA TODAY

January 5th, 2020

Brian Cox knows the Murdoch family is watching “Succession,” the HBO hit that many speculate is based on the world’s most famous corporate brood.

“Succession” star Cox said as much backstage at the Golden Globes after he surprised pundits by taking home the award for best actor in a television series for his Rupert Murdoch-esque business titan character, Logan Roy.

Cox, 73, insisted, in unprintable words, that Roy is not based on Fox’s Murdoch in the series which took home best TV drama series.

“I am playing Logan Roy. He is totally our creation,” was the printable part of Cox’s explanation.

But the British actor told a story about sitting in a London café when he was approached by a fan who said he and his wife loved the show, “even if my wife finds it rough to watch.”

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Brian Cox accepts the award for Best Actor - TV Series, Drama for "Succession." The show snagged two Globes.

Turns out the man was Keith Tyson, and the wife in question was Elisabeth Murdoch, who is comparable to “Succession” character Siobhan “Shiv” Roy (played by Sarah Snook) — Shiv is a frequent target of her father’s manipulations on the show.

“I said, ‘Yeah, sorry,’ ” Cox recalled saying. “And he said, ‘No, it’s fine. But can you go easy on her next season?’”

“I said, ‘We’ll do our best,'” Cox responded.

“Succession” creator Jesse Armstrong said backstage later that the show is not based on one family, or one business. But the show’s writers pore over the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times for real reported gems to work into the scripts.

“The show reflects reality,” said Armstrong.

Logan (Brian Cox) and Shiv (Sarah Snook) in a scene from "Succession."

Cox was in full Logan Roy form when one questioner asked the assembled cast what direction “Succession” would be taking in its next, third season. While Armstrong waffled, saying it was too early to tell, Cox jumped in.

“We have that question every (fucking) season,” said the annoyed Cox, trophy in hand. “I’m so bored with it. I can’t deal with it.”

Needless to say, the question remains unanswered.


Jay-Z brings his own brand of champagne to Golden Globes – Page Six

January 5th, 2020

No Moët for Bey and Jay.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s bodyguard was spotted holding bottles of the rapper’s own brand of champagne, Ace of Spades, at the Golden Globes on Sunday.

“.@Beyonce and Jay-Z just walked in,” LA Times reporter Amy Kaufman noted on Twitter alongside a photo of the couple standing by their security. “They’re waiting until Kate McKinnon finishes speaking to take their seats.”

She added, “Is their bodyguard carrying bottles of alc for them?”

In the photo, the guard can be seen holding two bottles behind his back, despite one of the official sponsors of the evening being Moët & Chandon.

The rapper spent $200 million in 2014 for a stake in the high-end bubbly Armand de Brignac, which makes Ace of Spades.

The couple was reportedly an hour late to the show on Sunday night. Beyoncé was nominated for best original song for “The Lion King,” but lost to Elton John and Bernie Taupin.


Tom Hanks Chokes Up During Golden Globes Speech – ET Canada

January 5th, 2020

Tom Hanks got emotional as he accepted that Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2020 Golden Globes.

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Taylor Swift And Amy Poehler Officially Ended Their Feud At The Golden Globes And It Was Perfect – BuzzFeed

January 5th, 2020

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