68th Annual Golden Globe Awards Winners!

Check out all the winners from every movie and TV category from the 2011 Golden Globe awards ceremony.
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68th Annual Golden Globe Awards Winners!

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the winners of The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which were handed out tonight at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. The awards ceremony was hosted by Ricky Gervais. Take a look at all The Golden Globe Awards winners and nominees below:

BEST MOTION PICTURE - DRAMA

  • The Social Network (Columbia Pictures)

    Black Swan (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    The Fighter (Paramount Pictures)

    Inception (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    The King's Speech (The Weinstein Company)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE - DRAMA

  • Natalie Portman - Black Swan

    Halle Berry - Frankie & Alice

    Nicole Kidman - Rabbit Hole

    Jennifer Lawrence - Winter's Bone

    Michelle Williams - Blue Valentine

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE - DRAMA

  • Colin Firth - The King's Speech

    Jesse Eisenberg - The Social Network

    James Franco - 127 Hours

    Ryan Gosling - Blue Valentine

    Mark Wahlberg - The Fighter

BEST MOTION PICTURE - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • The Kids Are All Right (Focus Features)

    Alice in Wonderland (Walt Disney Pictures)

    Burlesque (Screen Gems)

    Red (Summit Entertainment)

    The Tourist (Columbia Pictures)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • Annette Bening - The Kids Are All Right

    Anne Hathaway - Love and Other Drugs

    Angelina Jolie - The Tourist

    Julianne Moore - The Kids Are All Right

    Emma Stone - Easy A

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • Paul Giamatti - Barney's Version

    Johnny Depp - Alice in Wonderland

    Johnny Depp - The Tourist

    Jake Gyllenhaal - Love and Other Drugs

    Kevin Spacey - Casino Jack

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM

  • Toy Story 3 (Disney/Pixar)

    Despicable Me (Universal Pictures)

    How to Train Your Dragon (DreamWorks Animation)

    The Illusionist (Sony Pictures Classics)

    Tangled (Walt Disney Pictures)

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

  • In a Better World (Denmark)

    Biutiful (Mexico/Spain)

    The Concert (France)

    The Edge (Russia)

    I Am Love (Italy)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

  • Melissa Leo - The Fighter

    Amy Adams - The Fighter

    Helena Bonham Carter - The King's Speech

    Mila Kunis - Black Swan

    Jacki Weaver - Animal Kingdom

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

  • Christian Bale - The Fighter

    Michael Douglas - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

    Andrew Garfield - The Social Network

    Jeremy Renner - The Town

    Geoffrey Rush - The King's Speech

BEST DIRECTOR - MOTION PICTURE

  • David Fincher - The Social Network

    Darren Aronofsky - Black Swan

    Tom Hooper - The King's Speech

    Christopher Nolan - Inception

    David O. Russell - The Fighter

BEST SCREENPLAY - MOTION PICTURE

  • Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network

    Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy - 127 Hours

    Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg - The Kids Are All Right

    Christopher Nolan - Inception

    David Seidler - The King's Speech

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE - MOTION PICTURE

  • Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - The Social Network

    Alexander Desplat - The King's Speech

    Danny Elfman - Alice in Wonderland

    A.R. Rahman - 127 Hours

    Hans Zimmer - Inception

BEST ORIGINAL SONG - MOTION PICTURE

  • "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me"; Music & Lyrics by Dianne Warren - Burlesque

    "Bound to You"; Music by Samuel Dixon, Lyrics by Christina Aguilera, Sia Furler - Burlesque

    "Coming Home"; Music & Lyrics by Bob DiPiero, Tom Douglas, Hillary Lindsey, Troy Verges - Country Strong

    "I See the Light"; Music by Alan Menkin, Lyrics by Glenn Slater - Tangled

    "There's a Place for Us"; Music & Lyrics by Carrie Underwood, David Hodges, Hillary Lindsey - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader

BEST TELEVISION SERIES - DRAMA

  • Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

    Dexter (Showtime)

    The Good Wife (CBS)

    Mad Men (AMC)

    The Walking Dead (AMC)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES - DRAMA

  • Katie Segal - Sons of Anarchy

    Julianna Margulies - The Good Wife

    Elizabeth Moss - Mad Men

    Piper Perabo - Covert Affairs

    Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES - DRAMA

  • Steve Buscemi - Boardwalk Empire

    Bryan Cranston - Breaking Bad

    Michael C. Hall - Dexter

    Jon Hamm - Mad Men

    Hugh Laurie - House M.D.

BEST TELEVISION SERIES - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • Glee (FOX)

    30 Rock (NBC)

    The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

    The Big C (Showtime)

    Modern Family (ABC)

    Nurse Jackie (Showtime)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • Laura Linney - The Big C

    Toni Collette - United States of Tara

    Edie Falco - Nurse Jackie

    Tina Fey - 30 Rock

    Lea Michele - Glee

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES - COMEDY OR MUSICAL

  • Jim Parsons - The Big Bang Theory

    Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock

    Steve Carell - The Office

    Thomas Jane - Hung

    Matthew Morrison - Glee

BEST MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

  • Carlos (Sundance Channel)

    The Pacific (HBO)

    The Pillars of the Earth (Starz)

    Temple Grandin (HBO)

    You Don't Know Jack (HBO)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

  • Claire Danes - Temple Grandin

    Hayley Atwell - The Pillars of the Earth

    Judi Dench - Return to Cranford

    Romola Garai - Emma

    Jennifer Love Hewitt - The Client List

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

  • Al Pacino - You Don't Know Jack

    Idris Elba - Luther

    Ian McShane - The Pillars of the Earth

    Dennis Quaid - The Special Relationship

    Edgar Ramirez - Carlos

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

  • Jane Lynch - Glee

    Hope Davis - The Special Relationship

    Kelly Macdonald - Boardwalk Empire

    Julia Stiles - Dexter

    Sofía Vergara - Modern Family

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

  • Chris Colfer - Glee

    Scott Caan - Hawaii Five-0

    Chris Noth - The Good Wife

    Eric Stonestreet - Modern Family

    David Strathairn - Temple Grandin

Sources: Hollywood Foreign Press Association

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  • narrator • 5 years ago

    @THEJOKER, lol, is this the same guy that I used to talk to in late '07? Lol. It's me jasonbourne49. It's been a while, don't know if you remember me. :P

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    • mcleve02 • 5 years ago

      And he said he agreed with me that Zimmer should have won... His score was much more complex! And fit the movie I think

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      • mcleve02 • 5 years ago

        Haha for some reason the website had me locked out. I had to email movieweb to get it fixed. Then I had loads of performing gigs haha. But at least I'm back on!

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        • slysnide • 5 years ago

          @Narrator: Agreed on Nolan.

          @BabyH: Now I get ya.

          @THEJOKER: I should be asking you the same question. In fact, I will: Where the hell have you been? After "TDK" was released it seemed like you disappeared.

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          • daveactor7 • 5 years ago

            @Pie agreed. Trent Reznor's score was much more better then Zimmer's.

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            • narrator • 5 years ago

              Oh definitely @Diaigma. I'm with ya there, which is why I meant no unnecessary sequels. :) By all means give us an Incredible's 2.

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              • diaigma • 5 years ago

                I agree about Nemo, @Narrator - but we're all screaming for Incredibles 2 :P

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                • mattbierwagen • 5 years ago

                  @narrator agreed

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                  • narrator • 5 years ago

                    @Diaigma, exactly. All the dudes in my film group agree, of all of Pixars properties, Cars was the least deserving and necessary. However, they also looked at it as a sparing. What if they had made a sequel to the likes of Finding Nemo, etc. That would have been far worse than a sequel to a mediocre film.

                    @Sly, I know what you mean. TSN didn't scream Finchers style, so much as it showcased his ability to bring out the best from his actors and crew. At the end of the day, Sorkin could have written a fantastic script (which he did), but without Fincher, the film would never have been taken so seriously. He needs to win this time around. Nolan however, should definitely get best original screenplay and production credit, because pitching inception to the studio was a feat in itself.

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                    • Ilikepie202 • 5 years ago

                      @JOKER The Social Network is fantastic. Overall as a movie, it's probably better than Inception. I still like Inception more, however. Social Network should have won director. But I agree with original score

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                      • bud2fresh • 5 years ago

                        Hats off to Claire Danes she is way better now than trying to believe her in T3.Also the best win of the night went to Katie Segal i'm so happy she won i've been holding it down for her since Married with Children to 8 simple Rules and i love her on Sons because Ron Pearlman is the same *sshole in everything he has been in since B&B. Congrats!!!

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                        • mcleve02 • 5 years ago

                          im just mad the Social Network won as many awards as it did... the movie was not that good. i think Inception should have won Director, Original score for sure, and best movie from the choices... but thats just me!! long time no hear Slysnide!!!!

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                          • thedude-abides • 5 years ago

                            @Sly: Don't get me wrong, I understand that completely. I think most people - although there are those few who can't see past the point of their own existence - thank god for having the opportunity to live their dream. And winning, for them, is just the realization of that. As far as Gervais' comments, I was simply saying there's a time and a place for everything. And while it made sense, that, to me, wasn't it.

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                            • slysnide • 5 years ago

                              @Narrator: I've yet to see "TSN," but thus far, I'd agree with Diaigma that it was Fincher's turn. He's released 3 excellent films now in the past 3yrs done over the past 5. I agree that Pixar needs to stop getting awards. Their animation hasn't changed much, but other studios not as known for their animation skills like DreamWorks have yet to be acknowledged, when they've got better films under their belt. Eastwood's gotten a few Directing Oscars before though right? I mean I know he has two. I can't recall if he has more though. Danny Boyle also got his 2yrs ago, though if the award shows weren't popularity contests, then they'd give them to the films and filmmakers who deserve them rather than ignoring them cuz they've already won a few. Affleck was surprising, but I think Fincher would've done a better job. Just surprising that he's getting it for "TSN." Granted I didn't see it, but it didn't seeem to scream Fincher when I saw the trailer as some of his past greats have.

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                              • diaigma • 5 years ago

                                Spot on, @Narrator - you know what you're talking about! Pixar does need to better themselves instead of "playing it safe" (cough*Cars 2*cough)!

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                                • narrator • 5 years ago

                                  Holy sh*t, I need to seriously slow down and check my grammar. :P

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                                  • narrator • 5 years ago

                                    Also, Glee is just another show of the GG's being about the popular vote @D. Some may argue the case for TSN. Honestly, since it won BEst Picture here, I wouldn't mind it not sweeping the oscars, so long as Fincehr, as you've stated, gets his due. He isn't liekly to get a nom for soem time, since he has The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo, which comes out next summer, and will nto get nominated due to it's material, etc. Then he has 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which... yeah. So he needs to be payed his due, since eh didn't win in '08 with Benjamin Button, a film I know we both agreed on. :)

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                                    • dan1 • 5 years ago

                                      I, uh, third what you guys are saying about Dragon. Original story and losing limbs vs unoriginal story and no limbs lost? Yeah, I know where my vote goes :P

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                                      • narrator • 5 years ago

                                        @Diaigma, spot on. I've always enjoyed the Oscars adn their golden men, more than the Globes. I really think Dragon deserves an upshot. Boy, that would rock so hard, and hopefully push Pixar to better themselves.

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                                        • diaigma • 5 years ago

                                          @Worth5Bucks - true, but of those 3, it's Fincher's turn.

                                          @Narrator - I'm still hoping for Dragon myself. Golden Globes is more a popularity contest, whereas the Oscars rate more on the artistic and achievements. Avatar won the Golden Globe for best Drama last year, but we all know the Oscar went to Hurt Locker. Cars got the Gold Globe, but lost to Happy Feet in the Oscars. Since 2006, Pixar has one every Golden Globe for Best Animated Film. I'll say it again . . . popularity contest :P

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                                          • narrator • 5 years ago

                                            Secondly, The Social Network is only getting as much attnetion as folks believe it deserves. No bias here, it was jsut relevant to a lot of critics and peers of mine, while it failed to reach some of you. It doesn't make it any less of a great film. For me, Inception still takes the cake this year, and I am honestly bummed the GG snubbed it. IF the GG snubbed it, it won' have such a sure foot at the OScars either.

                                            Also, I think the Oscars are gonna have quite the Directors Category debate. I would. We have the likes of Nolan and Fincher headingt the bunch, with Aranosky and Affleck surprising audiences, and then there's Eastwood (arguable), The Coen Bros, Danny Boyle, and Tom Hooper. Now THAT, is gonna be a hard choice.

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