Latest! The 76th Golden Globe Awards Ceremony Ended with the Award-Winning Films List was Announced

The 76th Golden Globe Awards were held on January 6, 2019 at the Hilton Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The long-awaited list of award-winning works was finally unveiled tonight.

The award ceremony was broadcast live to the United States by NBC Radio at 5 pm Pacific Time. The award ceremony was co-chaired by actress Sandra Oh (“Wang Sandra”) and “The Detective” actor Andy Samberg (Andy Samberg).

Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg at the 76th Golden Globe Awards Ceremony (Paul Drinkwater / NBCUniversal via Getty Images, from LA Times)


The Golden Globe is considered to be the former stop on the road to the Academy Awards. This year’s Golden Globe Awards are particularly eye-catching, as the Oscar nomination vote will kick off the day after the Golden Globe Awards ceremony.

The Golden Globe Award was voted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a professional judging panel of approximately 90 journalists with only one Oscar member. Each judge has its own unique taste. Let’s follow the first time we know which works are the final winners of this Golden Globe Award.

Best Feature

The best film of this Golden Globe Award was finally won by Bohemian Rhapsody “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

The film is considered a Queen’s biography. The film’s lead singer Freddy Mercury’s agent Paul Prenter, Prenter worked with Mercury from 1977 to 1986 and was fired for leaking inside information.


Best Actor

The best film actor was acquired by Rami Malek in the role of “Bohemian Rhapsody” (“Bohemian Rhapsody”).

Music/Comedy Feature

Best Movie

The film that won the award was “Green Book” and “Green Book.”

Best Film Director

This year’s Best Film Director Award was presented to Alfonso Cuaron and his film “Roma.” (“Rome”)

Alfonso Cuaron used a delicate expression to show the confusion and sorrow of several protagonists facing life. The story takes place in a middle-class community in Rome, Mexico. The young maid took care of four children with the employer Sofia. The sudden accident made the two women do not know how to face the bitterness of life.

Best Screenwriter

The best screenwriter was won by Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie and Peter Farrelly, who created the Green Book Green Book.

Music/Theatrical Film

Best Supporting Actor

Christian Bale acquired this prize for his role in “Vice”.

The film tells the story of Dick Cheney, the most powerful vice president in American history. It is said that he is the imitation of the current US Vice President Mike Pence. In the eight years of Bush’s administration, Cheney’s identity as a second person has successfully influenced Bush’s many major decisions, including the war in Afghanistan and the invasion of Iraq.

Best Foreign Language Film 

The best foreign language film award of this year was won by Roma (“Rome”). This film is the big winner of this Golden Globe Award.


Best supporting actor

Mahershala Ali’s wonderful presentation in the “Green Book.” (“Green Book”) made him the best supporting actor in the film category.

The film “Green Book” is based on a real story. An Italian-American Tony Lip was hired in 1962 to drive the world’s best jazz pianist, Dr. Don Shirley, into the southern hinterland of the former civil rights movement. The film shows what you saw and heard in the journey of the two people. It is a reflection of the American prejudice in the 1960s.


Best Supporting Actress

Regina King won the Best Supporting Actress Award in the film for her wonderful acting in If Beale Street Could Talk.

The film tells the tragic story of a newly engaged young couple, Fonny and Tish, in Harlem, New York in the 1970s. Finney was accused of rape, and Tish, who is in the Rokko, will run around to find evidence to prove her husband’s innocence.

Drama Movies

Best Actress

The award was won by Glenn Close’s role in The Wife.

Music/Comedy film

Best Actress

Olivia Colman was awarded in the wonderful performance of The Favourite.

The story was set in England in the early 18th century, telling the secret relationship between Elizabeth Queen of England, Olympia Cole, and her confidante Sarah Churchill, which was changed by the arrival of an uninvited guest. It can be described as an 18th-century British rumor.

Best Limited Play / TV Movie

The Assassination of Gianni Versace won the Best Limited Drama/TV Movie.

Best Animated Film

Obtained by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Spiderman: Parallel Universe). This superhero movie ignited the dream of a superhero in every child’s heart. He tells the story of an ordinary middle-class family boy who struggles with the courage and courage after gaining super power.

Best Original Soundtrack for Movies

The film’s best original soundtrack was awarded to “First Man.” (Winners First Person), winner Justin Hurwitz

Focusing on the life of American legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong, the film tells about his unimaginable difficulties in completing the moon landing and other behind-the-scenes heroes who silently paid for the moon landing. This loyalty to the highest ideals and the country has impressed the film.

Best Original Score

The film’s best original song was awarded to “Shallow”, the theme song for the movie “A Star Is Born.”

TV Lifetime Achievement Award

Carol Burnett won the inaugural Carol Burnett Award for this Golden Globe Award, which is a recognition of her contribution to the television industry.

Born in 1933, Carol Bonnet was the host of the 60’s variety show “The Carol Burnett Show.” The show won the Emmy Award seven times and the Golden Globe Award five times. Her TV series includes Mama’s Family, Desperate Housewives, Mad About You and many other well-known episodes.


Best Actor

Richard Madden won the award for his superb acting in the TV series Bodyguard.

Richard Madden takes the stage to receive the award (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)


“Personal Bodyguards” tells the story of the political situation. The veteran David Bard, played by Richard, shows the two sides of the loyalty of the characters.


Best Actress

Sandra Oh (Wu Shanzhuo) This Korean actor is one of the most eye-catching people in this Golden Globe Awards. Not only served as the host of this Golden Globe Award, but also took the best actress in the TV series. She starred in the TV series “Killing Eve.”

Sandra Oh (Wang Sandra) on stage to receive the award (Paul Drinkwater/NBC)

BBC America’s eight episodes of “The Killing Eve” tells the story of an elegant assassin, Villanel Le, and Eve (Sandra Oh), who is pursuing her British Security Agency. Two extremely clever women stood at the ends of the righteous and evil, deeply dumped the wisdom of the other side, and began a game of cat and mouse.

Limited Drama/Television Movie

Best Supporting Actress

Patricia Clarkson won the award for his performance in Sharp Objects.

Patricia Clarkson receives the award (Jordan Strauss / Invision, from the Los Angeles Times)


Limited drama/television movie

Best supporting actor

Obtained by Darren Criss in the role played by “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”.



Best episode

“The Americans” “American Spy Dream” won the Golden Globe Award for Best Drama in the TV series.

“The Americans” “American Spy Dream” main team took the stage to receive the award (NBC/Universal)

Music/Comedy series

Best TV show

“The Kominsky Method” won the best TV series of this year’s Golden Globe Music/Comedy series. In the play, Michael Douglas plays the star of the past who has been a smash hit and now only rely on teaching performances for a living.


Best Supporting Actor

Ben Whishaw won the Best Supporting Actor in TV series for his outstanding portrayal of the character in “A Very English Scandal.”

From LA Times

The BBC’s episode 3 mini-album “A Very English Scandal” is based on Jeremy Thorpe’s real life. The story tells of the entanglement between Jeremy Thorpe (Hugh Grant), the most dazzling young leader in British political parties, and his former gay Norman Scott (Ben Whishaw) after the legalization of homosexuality in the UK in the 1960s. In order to prevent his political career from being affected by homosexual events, Jeremy Thorpe tried every means to get rid of Norman Scott, and a deal of conspiracy and darkness began.


Best Actor

This honor was awarded to Michael Douglas (Michael Douglas) for his superb acting in “The Kominsky Method”.

Limited play /

TV movie Best Actress

This award is spent on Patricia Arquette. In the mini-play “Escape at Dannemora”, she plays Tilly Mitchell, a character with complex character.

The 8-hour mini-play “Escape At Dannemora” is an adaptation of the actual event, the jailbreak in the 2015 Clinton Correction Facility in New York. In the play, Patricia Arquette plays Tilly Mitchell, a married woman who works in prison, but started to help her escape from prison and escape because of falling in love with prisoners.

Music/Comedy Series

Best Actress

Rachel Brosnahan won the best actress in the Golden Globe Award for music and comedy TV series with “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” (“The Great Second Season of Mrs. Messer”).

LA Times

The play tells the story of a 1950s American housewife who became self-conscious after divorce and struggled to become a rare female talk show actor. Many women now can also reflect on women’s self-positioning in modern society.

Cecil B. DeMille


Jeff Bridges won the Cecil B. DeMille Award for this Golden Globe Award.

LA Times


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