2016 Golden Globes: Complete Winners List

Trophies were handed out at the 73rd annual Golden Globes Sunday night with Ricky Gervais serving as the award show host.

The first big winner of the night was Kate Winslet, who accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in « Steve Jobs. » Her « Titanic » co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio, also took home an award and received a standing ovation for his role in « The Revenant. »

One of the biggest wins of the evening was Sylvester Stallone, who took home the Golden Globe award for his role in « Creed. » The actor was last nominated for a Globe in 1977.

Other stand-out moments included the acceptance speeches by Lady Gaga, who compared her win to « Cher in … ‘Moonstruck,' » along with actress Taraji P. Henson, who passed out cookies to the crowd as she made her way to the stage; a nod to her winning the Best Actress in a TV Series award for her role as Cookie Lyon in « Empire. »

Denzel Washington took home the Cecil B. DeMille Award. The actor brought his entire family onstage to receive the lifetime achievement honor.

Here’s the complete list of winners:

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture


  • Jane Fonda – Youth
  • Jennifer Jason Leigh – The Hateful Eight
  • Helen Mirren – Trumbo
  • Alicia Vikander – Ex Machina
  • WINNER: Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited-Series, or TV Movie
  • Uzo Aduba – Orange Is the New Black
  • Joanne Froggatt – Downton Abbey
  • Regina King – American Crime
  • WINNER: Maura Tierney – The Affair
  • Judith Light – Transparent
  • Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy
  • WINNER: Rachel Bloom – Crazy Ex Girlfriend
  • Jamie Lee Curtis – Scream Queen
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Veep
  • Gina Rodriguez – Jane the Virgin
  • Lily Tomlin – Grace and Frankie
  • Best TV Series, Comedy
  • Casual
  • WINNER: Mozart in the Jungle
  • Orange Is the New Black
  • Silicon Valley
  • Transparent
  • Veep
  • Best TV Movie or Limited-Series
  • American Crime
  • American Horror Story: Hotel
  • Fargo
  • Flesh and Bone
  • WINNER: Wolf Hall
  • Best Actor in a Limited-Series or TV Movie
  • Idris Elba – Luther
  • WINNER: Oscar Isaac – Show Me a Hero
  • David Oyelowo – Nightingale
  • Mark Rylance – Wolf Hall
  • Patrick Wilson – Fargo
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited-Series or TV Movie
  • Alan Cumming – The Good Wife
  • Damian Lewis – Wolf Hall
  • Ben Mendelsohn – Bloodline
  • Tobias Menzies – Outlander
  • WINNER: Christian Slater – Mr. Robot
  • Best Original Score – Motion Picture
  • Carol
  • The Danish Girl
  • The Revenant
  • Inside Out
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • WINNER: The Hateful Eight
  • Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama
  • WINNER: Jon Hamm – Mad Men
  • Rami Malek – Mr. Robot
  • Wagner Moura – Nacros
  • Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul
  • Liev Schreiber – Ray Donovan
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
  • Christian Bale – The Big Short
  • Steve Carell – The Big Short
  • WINNER: Matt Damon -The Martian
  • Al Pacino – Danny Collins
  • Mark Ruffalo – Infinitely Polar Bear
  • Best Animated Feature Film
  • Anomalisa
  • The Good Dinosaur
  • WINNER: Inside Out
  • The Peanuts Movie
  • Shaun and the Sheep Movie
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
  • Paul Dano – Love and Mercy
  • Idris Elba – Beasts of No Nation
  • Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies
  • Michael Shannon – 99 Homes
  • WINNER: Sylvester Stallone – Creed
  • Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
  • Emma Donoghue – Room
  • Tom McCarthy & Josh Singer – Spotlight
  • Charles Randolph & Adam McCay – The Big Short
  • WINNER: Aaron Sorkin – Steve Jobs
  • Quentin Tarantino – The Hateful 8
  • Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy
  • Aziz Ansari – Master of None
  • WINNER: Gael Garcia Bernal – Mozart in the Jungle
  • Rob Lowe – The Grinder
  • Patrick Stewart – Blunt Talk
  • Jeffrey Tambor – Transparent
  • Best Foreign Language Film
  • WINNER: Son of Saul
  • Mustang
  • The Fencer
  • Brand New Testament
  • The Club
  • Best Actress in a Limited-Series or TV Movie
  • WINNER: Lady Gaga – American Horror Story: Hotel
  • Sarah Hay – Flesh and Bone
  • Felicity Huffman – American Crime
  • Queen Latifah – Bessie
  • Kirsten Dunst – Fargo
  • Best Original Song – Motion Picture
  • Love Me Like You Do – 50 Shades of Grey
  • One Kind of Love – Love and Mercy
  • See You Again – Furious 7
  • Simple Song. No. 3 – Youth
  • WINNER: Writings on the Wall – Spectre
  • Best TV Series, Drama
  • Empire
  • Game of Thrones
  • WINNER: Mr. Robot
  • Narcos
  • Outlander
  • Best Director – Motion Picture
  • Tom Haynes – Carol
  • WINNER: Alejandro G. Iñárritu – The Revenant
  • Tom McCarthy – Spotlight
  • George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Ridley Scott – The Martian
  • Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama
  • Caitriona Balfe – Outlander
  • Viola Davis – How to Get Away with Murder
  • Eva Green – Penny Dreadful
  • WINNER: Taraji P. Henson – Empire
  • Robin Wright – House of Cards
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
  • WINNER: Jennifer Lawrence – Joy
  • Melissa McCarthy – Spy
  • Amy Schumer – Trainwreck
  • Maggie Smith – The Lady in the Van
  • Lily Tomlin – Grandma
  • Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
  • The Big Short
  • Joy
  • WINNER: The Martian
  • Spy
  • Trainwreck
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama
  • Cate Blanchett – Carol
  • WINNER: Brie Larson – Room
  • Rooney Mara – Carol
  • Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn
  • Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama
  • Brian Cranston – Trumbo
  • WINNER: Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant
  • Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs
  • Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl
  • Will Smith – Concussion
  • Best Motion Picture, Drama
  • Carol
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • WINNER: The Revenant
  • Room
  • Spotlight



Golden Globes 2016: The Best Moments

Golden Globes 2016: The Best Moments

Raja Sen’s favourite bits from what was, overall, a glitzy but forgettable awards show.

Look, it’s not like the best films won. (Clearly the Hollywood Foreign Press Association did not watch, or did not understand The Big Short.)

The Golden Globes, however, are not seriously considered awards.

They are less about who wins than who makes the most memorable face or who says the most outrageous thing.

Here, thus, are my favourite bits from what was, overall, a glitzy but forgettable awards show:


Ricky Gervais speaks up for equal wages for men and women

Image: Host Ricky Gervais. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Gervais’ opening monologue wasn’t much to write home about, the comedian trying desperately to shock his way to laughter by talking about Caitlyn Jenner and Transparent actor Jeffrey Tambor. But the one gag that struck a chord was when he spoke about how he believed completely in men and women getting paid exactly the same to do exactly the same job.

‘I’m getting paid exactly as much as Amy and Tina were last year,’ he tittered smugly, and while it was a fine line, he didn’t come close to doing the same job as Poehler and Fey.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s eye-roll

Image: Lady Gaga walks up to receive her award. Photograph courtesy: Golden Globes

Leonardo DiCaprio’s surprised eye-roll after Lady Gaga brushed by his arm on her way to accept her trophy became a rage on the social network.

The moment left everyone guessing about his peculiar expression and whether the nudge by Gaga was intentional.

Gael Garcia Bernal strolling smilingly onto the stage, utterly dazed

Image: Gael Garcia Bernal accepts the award for Best Actor – TV Series, Comedy for Mozart in the Jungle. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Mozart In The Jungle, an uneven but quirky Amazon show about classical musicians, has a great cast and that might be one of the reasons why the HFPA picked it as the best comedy series of the year.

The idea Mozart beating out fellow nominees Transparent, Veep and Silicon Valley, all stunningly good, is patently ridiculous, which was reflected in the priceless expression Bernal, one of the show’s lead actors, wore on his face as he stumbled incredulously onto stage behind the rest of the pack.

Later in the night, he won a Best Actor trophy for the show.

Standing ovation for Sly

Image: Sylvester Stallone accepts the award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture for  Creed. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Sylvester Stallone has been a frontrunner in the Best Supporting Actor race this year for his terrific work in Creed but the minute presenter Patricia Arquette took his name, the floor erupted.

Stallone walked to the stage and there was a hearfelt standing ovation for the 69-year-old actor and also, as Sly acknowledged, for the character of Rocky Balboa who has, over seven films, been one of the screen’s most enduring best underdogs.

It was a touching moment which would have been perfect had Stallone not forgotten to thank Creed director Ryan Coogler or leading man Michael B Jordan.

All those knocks to the head, eh Rocky?

Aziz Ansari reading a book

Image: Aziz Ansari. Photograph: People Magazine/Twitter

As sight gags go, Master Of None star Aziz Ansari nailed it.

As his name was being called as a nominee for Best Actor in a Comedy Series, Ansari — in deference to the rightful category frontrunner (who happens to be, alas, in the wrong category) — hid behind a mocked-up hardcover book titled Losing To Jeffrey Tambor With Dignity.

As it turns out, Tambor didn’t win — but this gag sure did.

Alan Cumming’s googly-eyed dumbstruck reaction to the Mel Gibson joke

Image:  Host Ricky Gervais and presenter Mel Gibson speak onstage. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Gervais, in 2010, took an infamous (and elegantly timed) dig at the Australian actor: ‘I drink as much as the next man,’ Gervais said, beer in hand, ‘unless the next man is Mel Gibson.’

At which point Gibson, cued to present an award, strode out looking foolish, having been openly mocked about his many, many drunken transgressions.

This year Gervais introduced the Mad Max star with a feeble Bill Cosby joke, but later, standing next to him, asked him what ‘sugart**s’ (a weird and inappropriate term Gibson had, while intoxicated, used for a female police officer during his scandal) really meant.

It was a shocking moment, certainly, but for me, more than the bleeped out line itself the magic lay in the effect it had on Alan Cumming in the audience, his big round glasses nearly flying off his face, rendered dumbstruck by utter awe.

Tom Hanks and his impression of Denzel Washington

Image: Tom Hanks speaks onstage. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Hanks can do anything, and as he presented the Cecil B De Mille Lifetime Achievement award to his Philadelphia co-star Washington, he started out with a great Denzel impersonation before going on to herald the actor as one of the finest leading men of all time.

Washington, looking either very overwhelmed or very sheepish, brought his family up on stage to accept the award, couldn’t read his speech because he didn’t have his glasses, but, in a rare moment of applause for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, thanked them sincerely and said ‘They’ve always made me feel like a friend, or like part of the party.’

The time the stoic presenter broke form to laugh

Image Taraji P Henson, winner of Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama for Empire. Photograph Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

The Best Actress in a Drama Series award went to Taraji P Henson for Empire, and, because she won for playing a character named Cookie, she took two handfuls of cookies and started handing them out to people around her and on the way to the stage.

The Globes presenter, who normally robotically mentions the number of nominations and wins per person, seemed to only get the joke when reading out the name of her character, at which point he couldn’t help chuckling.

No matter what else was staged, this certainly wasn’t rehearsed.

David O Russell and his red cheek

Image: Director Ridley Scott, winner of Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for The Martian. Photograph: Mark Davis/Getty Images

Ridley Scott won Best Picture (Comedy) for The Martian, beating out David O Russell’s Joy, but that didn’t stop Russell from warmly congratulating veteran director Scott while himself proudly wearing a big scarlet kiss-mark on his cheek given by his Joy star Jennifer Lawrence.

J Law, winning the Best Actress (Comedy) award for Russell’s film, professed her undying gratitude to the director and said she’d like to be buried next to him.

The moment of the night

Image:  Quentin Tarantino accepts the award for Best Original Score – Motion Picture for  The Hateful Eight on behalf of Ennio Morricone. Photograph: by Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

The best score this year is, without question, Ennio Morricone’s sweeping and majestic theme that holds Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight in place, and it rightfully won Best Score.

Morricone wasn’t around but Tarantino picked up the award for the composer, and immediately declared Morricone the greatest composer of all time.

‘And I don’t mean movie composers, that ghetto. I’m talking Mozart, I’m talking Beethoven, I’m talking Schubert.’

It was a ludicrous, poorly-worded statement coming from a giddy fan, but it hit Leonardo DiCaprio hard and the actor — who played a memorable slave-owner villain in Tarantino’s Django Unchained last year — couldn’t help giggling at the director’s insane bombast, shoulders shaking with mirth.

That one beautiful quote

Image: Alejandro G Inarritu accepts the award for Best Director – Motion Picture for The Revenant. Photograph: Paul Drinkwater/Getty Images

Alejandro González Iñárritu is on a roll.

The Mexican filmmaker swept the awards season just last year with the miraculous Birdman, and now won big for The Revenant, which picked up Globes for Best Director and Best Picture (Drama).

During his acceptance speech, the director acknowledged the famously gruelling winter schedule the film forced onto him and his crew but then brushed it off with the line of the night.

‘Pain is temporary but a film is forever.’

Source: Golden Globes 2016: The Best Moments


List of winners of the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards

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Kate Winslet poses in the press room with the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture for Steve Jobs at the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

List of winners of the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Sunday in Beverly Hills, California:


–Picture, Drama: « The Revenant. »

–Picture, Musical or Comedy: « The Martian. »

–Actor, Drama: Leonardo DiCaprio, « The Revenant. »

–Actress, Drama: Brie Larson, « Room. »

–Director: Alejandro Inarritu, « The Revenant. »

–Actor, Musical or Comedy: Matt Damon, « The Martian. »

–Actress, Musical or Comedy: Jennifer Lawrence, « Joy. »

–Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone, « Creed. »

–Supporting Actress, Motion Picture: Kate Winslet, « Steve Jobs. »

–Foreign Language: « Son of Saul. »

–Animated Film: « Inside Out. »

–Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, « Steve Jobs. »

–Original Score: Ennio Morricone, « The Hateful Eight. »

–Original Song: « Writing’s on the Wall » music and lyrics by Sam Smith, Jimmy Napes), « Spectre. »


–Series, Drama: « Mr. Robot. »

–Actor, Drama: Jon Hamm, « Mad Men. »

–Actress, Drama: Taraji P. Henson, « Empire. »

–Series, Comedy: « Mozart in the Jungle. »

–Actor, Musical or Comedy: Gael Garcia Bernal, « Mozart in the Jungle. »

–Actress, Musical or Comedy: Rachel Bloom, « Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. »

–Movie or Limited Series: « Wolf Hall. »

–Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie: Oscar Isaac, « Show Me a Hero. »

–Actress, Movie or Limited Series: Lady Gaga, « American Horror Story: Hotel. »

–Supporting Actor, Series, Limited Series or TV Movie: Christian Slater, « Mr. Robot.

–Supporting Actress, Series, Limited Series or TV Movie: Maura Tierney, « The Affair. »

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