Golden Globes 2014 Winners Announced; 12 YEARS A SLAVE and AMERICAN HUSTLE Win Best Motion Pictures

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Earlier tonight, the winners of the 71st Annual Golden Globes were announced at a ceremony where no one prepared an acceptance speech and television nominees were seated really, really far away from the stage.  It was a fun, lightweight affair, which is appropriate for the Golden Globes, and to the surprise of no one, hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were amazing.  12 Years a Slave and American Hustle took home best motion pictures, Drama and Comedy/Musical, respectively.  On the TV side, Breaking Bad was awarded Best Drama Series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine won Best Comedy, and Behind the Candelabra took home Best Mini-Series or TV movie.

Hit the jump for the full list of winners.

MOVIES:

12-years-a-slave-posterBest Drama – 12 Years a Slave

Best Comedy/Musical – American Hustle

Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama): Matthew McConaugheyDallas Buyers Club

Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical): Leonardo DiCaprioThe Wolf of Wall Street

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama): Cate BlanchettBlue Jasmine

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical): Amy AdamsAmerican Hustle

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture:  Jared LetoDallas Buyers Club

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture:  Jennifer LawrenceAmerican Hustle

Best Director: Alfonso CuaronGravity

Best Original Screenplay: Spike JonzeHer

Best Foreign Language Film: The Great Beauty

Best Animated Film: Frozen

Best Score: Alex EbertAll Is Lost

Best Song: “Ordinary Love” – Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

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breaking-bad-season-5-part-2-posterBest TV Series (Drama): Breaking Bad

Best TV Series (Comedy): Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Best Actor in a TV Series (Drama): Bryan CranstonBreaking Bad

Best Actor in a TV Series (Drama): Robin WrightHouse of Cards

Best Actor in a TV Series (Comedy): Andy SambergBrooklyn Nine-Nine

Best Actor in a TV Series (Comedy): Amy PoehlerParks and Recreation

Best Mini-Series or TV Movie: Behind the Candelabra

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie: Michael DouglasBehind the Candelabra

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie: Elisabeth MossTop of the Lake

Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Mini-Series, or TV Movie: Jon VoightRay Donovan

Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series, Mini-Series, or TV Movie: Jacqueline BissetDancing on the Edge




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  • Person

    McConaughey is a huge surprise, I really thought Ejiofor would have all the acting awards in the bag. Hopefully this makes the Oscar race a bit more interesting.

    • James VDB

      McConaughey deserves it. But I wouldn’t mind if Ejiofor won the Oscar.

      • The Flobbit

        McConaughey will not win the Oscar. Mark my words.

  • Person

    McConaughey is a huge surprise, I really thought Ejiofor would have all the acting awards in the bag. Hopefully this makes the Oscar race a bit more interesting.

  • Jan

    American Hustle is officially the most overrated film of the year; completely overshadowed by the people involved (Bale; Lawrence; Cooper; Adams; O. Russell) rather than being recognized for what it actually is. Movie of the week, at best, let alone Movie of the Year….

    • Bill

      This. I like David O´Russell but I just can´t understand the fascination awards have with him. I mean he has good movies but they aren´t anything special to be honest. Ceirtanly not to be nominated every year and end up winning major categories. also jLaw was awful in this

      • Norrtron

        jLaw is a terrible nickname, I think of Jude Law every time.

      • James VDB

        That’s why so many people use it.

      • The Flobbit

        Not to mention Russell is an absolute cut-rate, terrible human being. Charged with battery, fights on sets, really mean to Lily Tomlin, Dustin Hoffman and George Clooney, groping his nephew, and a whole slew of other crap.

    • Giovanni Luis Jiminez

      Sometimes the award shows like to reward a filmaker for their body of work when they get a chance to recognize them but most times the film that wins them the award isnt their best work. I feel like after The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook, Russel has just been on a role even though American Hustle is the lesser of the three and The Fighter was the best in my opinion. For example ” her ” may get a little overlooked this year ( which i hope it doesnt) but you can believe that anything else that Spike Jonze makes will be heavily favored from here on out. I also liked to believe Argo winning the Oscar last year was an award for The Town in spirit for Ben Affleck lol

  • Armand

    Predictable in almost every category but most were well deserved. 12 Years a Slave was Phenomenal, although if it were up to me I would have picked Gravity

    • Giovanni Luis Jiminez

      Gravity deserves the best Director for Alfonso Cuaron but its definitely not the best picture of the year. The story isnt special and neither is the acting. Only the visuals , cinematography and long cuts in an Imax 3D theatre were special. Like I said best director not best picture.

      • Giovanni Luis Jiminez

        Same reason I believe James Cameron should have won best director for Avatar over Hurt Locker that year. It wasnt the best film but he deserved best director for what he was able to achieve and all the hard work he put in, similar to Cuaron. Is my logic flawed ?

  • Armand

    Predictable in almost every category but most were well deserved. 12 Years a Slave was Phenomenal, although if it were up to me I would have picked Gravity

  • Giovanni Luis Jiminez

    Jared Leto Best Supporting Actress ? Lmaooo

    • pwnednoob

      to be fair… He was in drag in the film.

    • stylus59

      haha nice one, Goldberg…

      • http://collider.com Matt Goldberg

        Totally an accident on my part. Fixed it.

  • Jamie Teller

    Three best awards of the night:
    - 12 Years a Slave for Best Picture – Drama;
    - Her for Best Screenplay;
    - All is Lost for Best Score.

  • Jamie Teller

    Three best awards of the night:
    - 12 Years a Slave for Best Picture – Drama;
    - Her for Best Screenplay;
    - All is Lost for Best Score.

  • Bill

    Am I missing something? JLaw was HORRIBLE in American Hustle. She was so hammy and cringeworthy. And no, I am not talking about the character, I am talking about her take on the character. She was cringeworthy and ruined every scene she was in. I almost walked out of the theater when she started singing live and let die worst moment of the movie. Lupita Nýogo deserved it much MUCH more

    • Alex Hajna

      Agreed, she over-acted a bit in that movie.

    • James VDB

      Nyong’o got robbed. J-Law annoyed the hell out of me during American Hustle. But I’m afraid she’s just too popular in Hollywood for some reason. Is it her age? Her looks? Who knows. It’s definitely not her acting ability.

    • James VDB

      Nyong’o got robbed. J-Law annoyed the hell out of me during American Hustle. But I’m afraid she’s just too popular in Hollywood for some reason. Is it her age? Her looks? Who knows. It’s definitely not her acting ability.

      • The Flobbit

        Her role was supposed to be annoying… She’s popular because she’s charismatic and outspoken – the opposite of most actresses today. And she CAN act (Winter’s Bone).

    • Anthony Michael

      I loved her in the role. It’s a very divisive performance, for sure. That said, I don’t think she should have won either, but that’s the nature of something where a ‘winner’ is determined by opinion.

  • Bill

    Am I missing something? JLaw was HORRIBLE in American Hustle. She was so hammy and cringeworthy. And no, I am not talking about the character, I am talking about her take on the character. She was cringeworthy and ruined every scene she was in. I almost walked out of the theater when she started singing live and let die worst moment of the movie. Lupita Nýogo deserved it much MUCH more

  • Ryan DiBenedetto

    Am I the only one who thought that 12 years a slave was a truly overrated and terrible film? Gravity should have won for best drama and Wolf of Wall Street for best comedy. But in all honesty the best film of 2013 was Lone Survivor.

    • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

      Shhhh
      Go to sleep
      Grown ups are talking

      • Ryan DiBenedetto

        I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who has this opinion.

      • Seanpb

        If there’s one certainty its that Lone Survivor was not the best film of 2013. Besides, didn’t it only just open, meaning its actually a 2014 film?

      • Ryan DiBenedetto

        It had a limited release in 2013.

      • pickaname

        You’re one of the very few. Not the majority.

      • Ryan DiBenedetto

        Just my personal opinion that’s all

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    Jared Leto won for best supporting actress
    Matt Goldberg made a funny
    Yay
    He should be a comedian
    C’mon HBO give him a show, he’s the next larry David

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    Worst golden globe ever
    How the hell did 12 years a slave not win every award???
    How in the bloody hell did Bruce dern not win for best comedy actor???
    Nebraska is the best film of the year !! It might not be as important as 12 years a slave or gravity but it at least deserves something for Bruce dern’s performance and Bob nelson’s remarkable screenplay
    Anyway, glad spike jonze won best screenplay
    That movie was something else

    • stylus59

      well you can’t always get what you want, kid

      • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

        Rolling Stones reference ?

  • Davis

    Terrible just awful but i’m glad american hustle lost the screenplay award at least.

  • Margot

    Twelve Years a Slave should have picked up some awards for acting, as well–especially Lupita for supporting actress and Fassbender for supporting actor.

  • -

    Would’ve preferred Her winning Best Comedy/Musical and Best Actor for Joaquin, as well as Michael Fassbender winning Best Supporting Actor. Other than that the movie picks were pretty decent.

  • stephens

    How how how did Brooklyn 99 win best comedy series, when Parks and Rec has NEVER won. That’s insane, and I really like Brooklyn 99 but it isn’t anywhere near where Parks and Rec was in its peak. At least Amy Poehler won I guess.

  • Greyson

    I love Pixar to death, but I’m so glad they lost. They should not have won for Brave. I hope HTTYD2 wins next year!

    Also, Brooklyn Nine-Nine? That show is alright, but…… no.

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  • cbtaylo

    Matthew McConaughey best actor was a surprise….I am stunned, I heard Ejiofor killed it in 12 years a slave, this is why I do not like to watch Golden Globes, its a Hollywood circle thing, nobody really wins off the work anymore unless its Meryl Streep.

  • The Flobbit

    An absolutely mediocre and forgettable Golden Globes. House of Cards not winning a slew of GG’s for Best TV series and actor is absolutely unforgivable. Breaking Bad is awesome, we get it, but House of Cards is not going to be around much longer, and BB has been honored a lot already.

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