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A Complete List of the 2014 Golden Globe Winners

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | January 12, 2014 | Comments ()


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Film

Best Drama — 12 Years a Slave

Best Comedy or Musical — American Hustle

Best Director — Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity

Best Actor, Drama — Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Actress, Drama — Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best Actor, Comedy — Leonardo DiCaprio, Wolf of Wall Street

Best Supporting Actor, Drama — Jared Leto, Dallas Buyer’s Club

Best Actress, Comedy or Musical — Amy Adams, American Hustle

Best Supporting Actress, Comedy or Musical — Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Best Animated Film, Frozen

Best Foreign Language Film, The Great Beauty

Best Screenplay — Spike Jonze, Her

Best Score — Alex Ebert, All Is Lost

Best Original Song — “Ordinary Love,” U2 for Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom

Television

Best Drama —Breaking Bad

Best Comedy — Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Best Miniseries or TV Movie — Behind the Candelabra

Best Actor, Drama — Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Best Actress, Drama — Robin Wright, House of Cards

Best Actor, Comedy — Andy Samberg, Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Best Actress, Comedy — Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

Best Actor, Miniseries or Movie — Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra

Best Actress, Miniseries or Movie — Elisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake

Best Supporting Actor — Jon Voight, Ray Donovan

Best Supporting Actress — Jacqueline Bisset, Dancing on the Edge


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  • I should probably be more upset that Parks didn't win (says who? no one!) but I'm genuinely giddy at the love B99 got last night. Not only is it a hilarious, quirky, unusual show--I just love watching the Little Guy (relatively speaking) win. And I'm hoping it'll get more viewers, more traction and more seasons because of it, so all that entire cast will stay in their jobs for a long time to come. Specially Terry Crews and Andre Braugher.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Was anyone else irked that the placement of the NBC logo on the screen made it look like most of the women were sporting an NBC tattoo on their arm?

  • dizzylucy

    I was ridiculously happy for Amy Poehler. I really thought she should have won awards for the season with her campaign and election, but better late than never. And I really loved how excited her co-stars all seemed.

    Also very happy for Brooklyn 99 - I was a bit puzzled by Andy's win too, but thrilled to see the show so recognized, especially over Modern Family, Girls, and BBT.

  • LyndseyUselton

    What does it main list for the winner of Golden Globe awards?
    http://goarticles.com/article/...

  • Wōđanaz Óðinn

    I like the new formula.
    If you could get your bots to generate an animated gif that's even remotely on-topic, that would be super.

  • Red Rage

    I can't understand how Chiwetel Ejiofor did not win. The man was phenomenal, I thought he was a shoe in.

  • kimk

    It was fun to see some genuine surprising wins. Poehler! Finally! The "Brooklyn 99" win made me oddly giddy. If my beloved "Parks & Rec" didn't win, at least it wasn't the usual meh suspects (have voters finally figured out "Modern Family" isn't that funny? One can hope).

    In terms of this year's movies, I have seen several of the nominated films but find myself oddly uninvested in any of them. It was nice to see McConaughey and Leto's performances given a nod, though; the movie was inconsistent, but the two of them were amazing in it.

    I haven't seen WOWS, but I kinda hate to see DiCaprio rewarded for anything.

  • Temmere

    Just saw American Hustle a few days ago, and I know this is going to get me burned in effigy, but I can't believe people think Jennifer Lawrence's performance in that was award-worthy. Even ignoring that, young as she is, she looked like a little kid next to the actual adults that made up the rest of the cast, she just wasn't that good. She's not terrible, but Amy Adams acted circles around her in their scene together.

  • AudioSuede

    Seriously? She was the funniest part of the movie to me. She captured the tone of her character perfectly: Erratic, goofy, and bipolar on the surface, but manipulative and sly underneath. She was everything the part called for: Hilarious, energetic, occasionally moody, and a deep contrast to Amy Adams' character, which is what made her so utterly compelling, especially when they were on screen together. I thought Adams was wonderful as well, and the two of them were hugely important in my enjoyment of that film.

  • NoPantsMcLane

    Yeah, she kind of killed the movie for me. One of the most miscast roles i have seen lately. My guess is she only won because everyone loves her as a person these days, not because of her performance.

  • Maya

    I agree. She was amusing but not very believable. I hope the Oscar goes to Lupita Nyong'o.

  • Donna SHerman

    I love Jennifer Lawrence. I really, really do. But I can't remember the last time before 12 Years a Slave when I left a movie theatre thinking, "That girl has got to win an Oscar." So even though I haven't seen American Hustle, I still feel some sort of weird, desperate need to let Lupita know how much her work is valued.

  • Red Rage

    Lupita was robbed

  • Sean

    Leo is going to party like the real Jordan Belfort tonight

  • L.O.V.E.

    So NBC paid the Foreign Press to air their awards show, and then little watched NBC shows won a bunch of awards? Huh, sure it's just a coincidence.

    Edit: thanks to ASFan, I just realized I've been watching B99 on Fox this whole time. It just seems to have NBC written all over it.

    I blame and/or thank the bourbon I drank tonight.

  • ASFan

    Same creators as Parks & Rec.

  • ASFan

    The only NBC show related award was Poehler.

  • Debra Kessing

    the 4 I cared about -- won :D so I am a happy camper. Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett, Jared Leto & Leo -- *applause*

  • Guest

    Congrats to Blanchett, Poehlr, Moss, Samberg (really?) and the Nine-Nine crew.

  • mswas

    Samberg looked just as surprised as you

  • AudioSuede

    That is quite the eclectic, oddly satisfying list. The only issue is Best Supporting Actor going to not Aaron Paul. That's insane. But overall, I like it.

  • Or anyone else in that category. I could make an argument for every nominee except Jon Voigt. It should have been Paul but I would have been fine with Stoll, Charles, or Lowe knowing that we got Voigt instead.

  • Three_nineteen

    Not just Not Aaron Paul, but Jon Voight, who is the main reason I stopped watching Ray Donovan in the first place. If they wanted to recognize someone from that show, it should be the brother with Parkinson's. That actor is really good.

  • Stu Rat

    I have seen none of these films, and only two of the TV shows. Are any out on DVD yet? Or are we still subject to award-desperation-pandering-scheduling-skew?

  • Where was the Sharknado love?

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