A golden night for Oppenheimer & Succession H ollywood turned out for the Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
gong. Barbie , last year’s other cinematic behemoth, picked up the new award for box office achievement, which recognises high-grossing films. Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon celebrated one win for Lily Gladstone as best actress, while The Holdovers scooped wins for best comedy actor Paul Giamatti and supporting actress Da’Vine Joy Randolph. FX’s The Bear also had a good night, securing best comedy series, best actor (Jeremy Allen White) and best actress (Ayo Edebiri). With the film categories usually a bellwether for the Oscars, the industry's eyes now turn to the Academy Awards on 10 March.
on 7 January, marking the event’s 81st outing and the start of awards season. The big winners of the evening were Oppenheimer – which picked up five Globes including best drama motion picture and director – and Succession , which took home best drama, actress (Sarah Snook), actor (Kieran Culkin) and supporting actor (Matthew Macfadyen), plus best drama series. Emma Stone vehicle Poor Things saw the star take home best actress, as well as picking up the best musical or comedy picture
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