NOTHING NEW IN HOLLYWOOD: All the winners of the 81st Golden Globes are known!

NOTHING NEW IN HOLLYWOOD: All the winners of the 81st Golden Globes are known!


As in previous years, The Beverly Hilton hotel, located in Beverly Hills, was the global center of glamor and hot movie stars last night. Yes, the 81st 'Golden Globes' award was held, and the laureates were more or less expected this time as well. Ever since the nominations were announced, it was known that the winners would primarily be chosen between two titles, the historical drama "Oppenheimer" directed by Christopher Nolan and the historical crime drama "Killers of the Flower Moon" directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese, and so in the end either.

In the end, poor Marty was unfortunately left with "short sleeves" because Nolan managed to collect all the most important awards right under his nose. More precisely, everything except for the one for the best actress, which was deserved by Lily Gladstone. Political correctness? Probably. Are there any surprises at the end, you ask? This could certainly be said for the extraordinary "Anatomy of the Fall" which, apart from the expected recognition for the best foreign film, also took away the award for the best screenplay from the fierce competition. You will be able to find out for yourself why the aforementioned thriller drama managed to overshadow some far more hyped films on Wednesday when it arrives on the program of our movie theater, and now the list of all the awardees in the film categories follows, while the rest of the laureates and nominees can be found on the official website of the Golden Globes. Congratulations to the winners! 

BEST DRAMA – Oppenheimer (directed by Christopher Nolan)

BEST MUSICAL OR COMEDY – Poor Things (dir. Yorgos Lanthimos)

BEST FOREIGN FILM: Anatomy of a Fall (directed by Justine Triet)

BEST ANIMATED FILM: The Boy and the Heron (directed by Hayao Miyazaki)

BEST DIRECTOR: Christopher Nolan ("Oppenheimer")

BEST SCREENPLAY: Justine Triet, Arthur Harari ("Anatomy of the Fall")

BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA – Cillian Murphy ("Oppenheimer")

BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA – Lily Gladstone ("Killers of the Flower Moon")

BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY OR MUSICAL: Paul Giamatti ("The Holdovers")


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Robert Downey Jr. ("Oppenheimer")

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Da'Vine Joy Randolph ("The Holdovers")

BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC: Ludwig Göransson ("Oppenheimer")

BEST SONG: What Was I Made For? (Billie Eilish, FINNEAS- ''Barbie'')

Written by: Ivica Perinović