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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Repost: Golden Globes 2017: The Complete Winners List

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It was a busy night at the 74th annual Golden Globes, with La La Land positively dominating the film awards, Moonlight taking home the award for Best Drama, and Jimmy Fallon somehow proving to be even more bland than Ricky Gervais was last year. But the only thing that really matters is the winners. Well, at least until the next Hollywood awards show, which will be the only thing that matters until the Hollywood awards show after that... leading up to this year’s Academy Awards on February 26th.

Here’s our complete list of everybody that won tonight.

Best Motion Picture, Drama: Moonlight

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: Isabelle Huppert, Elle

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea

Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: La La Land

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Emma Stone, La La Land

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Ryan Gosling, La La Land

Best Motion Picture, Animated: Zootopia

Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language: Elle (France)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Motion Picture: Viola Davis, Fences

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Motion Picture: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nocturnal Animals

Best Director, Motion Picture: Damien Chazelle, La La Land

Best Screenplay, Motion Picture: Damien Chazelle, La La Land

Best Original Score, Motion Picture: Justin Hurwitz, La La Land

Best Original Song, Motion Picture: “City of Stars”, La La Land

Best Television Series, Drama: The Crown

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama: Claire Foy, The Crown

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama: Billy Bob Thornton, Goliath

Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy: Atlanta

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy: Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy: Donald Glover, Atlanta

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Sarah Paulson, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Tom Hiddleston, The Night Manager

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television: Olivia Colman, The Night Manager

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television: Hugh Laurie, The Night Manager

38 comments:

  1. yes for isabelle huppert, elle!!!!

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  2. Jimmy Fallon was boring. Na-miss ko tuloy si Ricky Gervais
    Glad that Tom H. won, but his thank you speech is like "what?!"...

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    1. More on "acceptance speech" yata dapat kesa thank you speech

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    2. Ang OA mo 3:58. Potato potahto!

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    3. Never heard of "thank you speech"..and the winner is..

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  3. Biggest highlight of the night for me was Meryl Streep's gut- wrenching highly political anti-Trump acceptance speech. I was moved! It was a night of upset wins too with Isabelle Hupert winning over lead contender Natalie Portman (Jackie) for Best Actress - Drama and Casey Affleck's win over sentimental favorite Denzel Washington (Fences) for Best Actor - Drama.

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    1. Yeah. Gut wrenching lie from another liberal actress who thinks she knows what's best for everyone. People are tired of political correctness. And people dont care what these liberal actors say.

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    2. Sweetheart 6:52 ang punto lang ni mamang meryl, walang karapatan ang sino man mang humiliate lalo na kung powerless over you. Political correctness mo muk ha mo!

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    3. 6:52 coming from the right who thinks so highly of himself/herself? And I assume you are from the US kasi you seem to be very much affected.

      Trump isn't the President of the Republicans. And US isn't the country for Republicans. Whether you like it or not, liberals wouldn't be 100% on Trump. Same as when you are not 100% on Obama.

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  4. Even if it's somewhat bland... it's still a great show compared dito sa atin... and inaabangan naman ng mga tao is the fashion , who's attending, and who's with whom

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  5. Love Meryl Streep, the lady with a substance.... love loe love the humor and the speech

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  6. Hurray for Claire Foy! I've loved her since Upstairs, Downstairs, and she's brilliant in The Crown!

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  7. Yes may laban n si Emma Stone kay ateng Natalie Portman. go Emma!!!! go Hermionie!!!

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    1. Te si Hermionie is EMMA WATSON not EMMA STONE! Anon 9:31pm

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    2. Glad that gosling finally got recognized

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    3. lol basag si 9.31

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    4. Pun intended ung comment ni 9:31

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    5. Isabelle winning over Natalie is a surprise given that we don't really see Isabelle hustling to get that Oscar nod. We know she's a good actress, pero campaign-wise tahimik lang sya...as of now. Kaya ang iniisip ng mga tao, Natalie and Emma ang head to head sa laban. Si Emma has been reeeeeaaalllly hustling para ikampanya ang sarili nya since day 1. Halos lahat ata ng importanteng screenings, galas, dinners pinuntahan. Dagdag pa ang kaliwa't kanang interviews and magazine features. Natalie on the other hand, has been gaining momentum lately with that powerful Tom Hanks endorsement at the Palm Springs Film Fest Gala, dagdag na rin ang support na pinakita ni Julia Roberts and Reese Witherspooon.

      Sa naging trend in the recent years, mahilig ang Academy na ibigay ang boto sa younger female stars - Jlaw, Lupita, Alicia Vikander, to name some. Madalang sila magbigay ng magkasunod ng award sa magkalapit na years. So malaki ang chance ni Emma dito. Dagdag na rin ang sipag niya sa pag-campaign. Pero hindi rin basta-basta ang connections ni Natalie sa Academy. Plus the fact that critics are saying this is her career best performance, mostly using the words brilliant and excellent to describe her performance. So ang hirap pang i-predict. Personally, I would go for talent and skill over charm and hard work sa pangangampanya. Emma is an okay actress for me, pero never ko kasi syang nakitaan ng brilliant moment worthy to be called an Oscar best actress. Hindi rin sya nakakapagbigay ng iba't ibang levels kumbaga. Not unlike Natalie na kayang manggulat ng audience. Then again, I'm not part of the Academy so good luck na lang sa kanilang dalawa. Basta ako, if not Natalie, I'd go for Isabelle for Oscar best actress.

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    6. Lol! Eh magkaibang category sila. Actress for drama si natalie. Comedy/ musical naman kay emma.

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    7. Sa Globes magkaiba pero sa Oscars iisang category lang ang paglalabanan nila. Pero tama rin naman kasi yung nasa baba. Hindi pa ito strong basis for Oscars kasi Hollywood foreign press naman ito. Mas ingay at statement ang habol nila. Come Oscars, andaming nominees diyan at mga ibang nanalo who won't even be given a nomimation.

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    8. @1:55 dami mong sinabi..FYI Emma and Natalie both nominated BUT on a different film category inday...Hilarious.

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    9. Anon 9:26 ayan naman ang sinasabi nung mga comment. They were nominated in different categories BUT the real race is the Oscars, where they are predicted to go head tp head on the Best Actress category. Ateng, intindihin kasi anh binabasa.

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    10. @9:05 how do you know that they are both nominated on OSCARS ?..OSCARS nominees are to be annouce on Feb 06 pa...hayy ikaw talaga 'day..search kang mabuti ha ?

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    11. @9:05 how do you know that they are both nominated on OSCARS ?..OSCARS nominees are to be annouce on Feb 06 pa...hayy ikaw talaga 'day..search kang mabuti ha,hwag magmarunong..hilarious.

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  8. @7:14 Ako ang nahiya sa comment mo..siguraduhin mo muna sa susunod ha..

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    1. Tama naman sinabi nya ah. Before the crown, Claire Foy was also starring on Upstairs, Downstairs. Tv show din yun sa BBC Pero mga 2012 pa yun.

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    2. ngeek I meant @9:31 am not 7:14...my bad.

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  9. Sabi na nga bang may nakita akong dalawang gwapong naghahahalikan nang papanhik ng stage si Ryan Gosling to pick his award, si Ryan Reynolds at Andrew Garfield pala lol that was hottt!

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  10. Globes is not a strong basis for Oscars given that this is HFPA. Kumbaga, these are the kids who love to party and they invite the people they want/people they think are good addition to the party to join them. Mas pang press kasi ang Globes.

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    1. Korek ka dyan tho may ilang Globes nominees and winners din naman na sumasakto sa Oscar nominees and winners. But yes, Globes loves to reward people who can make a good name/good press for them - not necessarily the best performances.

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  11. Donald Glover for the culture!

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  12. Happy for Aaron Taylor Johnson, but this is the Globes. I know na hindi naman sya mabibigyan ng Oscars for this role. But okay na rin kasi good press ito for him.

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  13. Just watch the trailer of Natalie Portman's Jackie (about Jacqueline Kennedy's biopic, widow of JFK) and you will be astonished with her portrayal. An Oscar award is written all over it for she is simply so good malayong-malayo sa role niya bilang Black Widow sa Avengers series.

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    1. Trokl ka ba or shunga lang? Si scarlett johanson yung black widow sa avengers kaloka.. Sa avengers, she played the character, jane foster, lover ni thor fyi.

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    2. Ang ganda na sana nung panimula abt Natalie's performance (to which I agree) pero nakakatawa yung ending. She played Jane sa Thor movies as Thor's love interest.

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    3. @9:31 hanga na sana 'ko sa comment mo kala ko matalino ka at malalim...hahahaha biglang bagsak natawa 'ko bigla..she was great on Black swan atleast may "black" ang sinabi mo..lol

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    4. ngaaaa kala ko "black swan" ang ibig nyang sabihin kaya lang biglang singit nung" Avengers"as black widow...Atleast may "black"...hahahaha

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