‘La La Land’ Dominates Golden Globes

The first award show of 2017 is the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon is hosting this year’s gala event.

Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone presented the first award of the night for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture to Aaron Taylor Johnson for his role in “Nocturnal Animals”.

The Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Drama went to Billy Bob Thorton for his role in “Goliath”.

The award for Best Actress in a Television Comedy or Musical went to Tracee Ellis Ross for her role in “Black-ish”. It was her first nomination and first win.

The award for the Best Television Comedy or Musical went to “Atlanta”.

The award for Best Actress in a Limited Television Series or TV Movie went to Sarah Paulson for her role as Marcia Clark in “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”.

The award for Best Limited Series or Television Movie went to “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”.

The award for Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Television Movie went to Hughu Laurie for his role in “The Night Manager”.

Each year the HFPA chooses the off spring of one of Hollywood’s biggest names; this year’s Miss Golden Globe is the three daughters of Sylvester Stallone.

Award winning entertainers Carrie Underwood and Sting present the award for Best Original Score to Justin Hurwitz for “La La Land”.

The award for the Best Original Song went to “City of Stars” from “La La Land”.

Michael Keaton presented the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Film to Viola Davis for her role in “Fences”.

The award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or Television Movie went to Olivia Coleman for her role in “The Night Manager”.

The award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture went to Ryan Gosling for his role in “La La Land”.

The award for Best Screenplay for a Motion Picture went to Damian Chazelle for “La La Land”.

The award for the Best Animated Film went to “Zootopia”.

The HFPA paid tribute to Hollywood stars Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds with a film montage and a clip of “You Made Me Love You” by Reynolds.

The award for the Best Foreign Language Film went to “Elle” from France.

The award for the Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie went to Tom Hiddleston for his role in “The Night Manager”.

The award for Best Actress in a TV Drama went to Claire Foy for her role in “The Crown” in her inaugural nomination and win.

The award for Best TV Drama went to “The Crown”.

Saying, “you make me proud to be an artist,” Viola Davis presented the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achivement Award to eight time Golden Globe Award winner Meryl Streep. Giving the birth places of several of her fellow actors, Streep pointed out how Hollywood is filled with people who are not Americans; adding that if you kicked them all out, there would only be football and mixed martial arts…which are not the arts. She also spoke on a powerful person who used their position to mock a disabled person. She went on to say that it was the place of the press to point out the truth no matter where it comes from. She completed her speech with words from departed Princess Leia, “take your broken heart and make it into art.”

The award for Best Director in a Motion Picture went to Damian Chazelle for “La La Land”.

The award for Best Actor in a Television Comedy or Musical went to Donald Glover for his role in “Atlanta”.

Matt Damon presented the award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical to Emma Stone for her role in “La La Land”.

The award for Best Comedy or Musical Motion Picture went to “La La Land”.

The award for the Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama went to Casey Afleck for his role in “Mancester by the Sea”.

The award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture went to French actress Isabelle Huppert for her role in the French film “Elle”.

The final award of the night was for the Best Motion Picture Drama and went to “Moonlight”.


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