If a typically major awards show happens, but it’s not televised or live-streamed, no stars attend and few people even know about it – does it really happen?
The 2022 Golden GlobesThat philosophical question was at least answered Sunday. The controversy-plagued, retooled Hollywood Foreign Press Association threw a subdued version of the awards show at its famed home, Los Angeles’ Beverly Hilton hotel. This year the show happened behind closed doors, without any famous faces or press invited after NBCIn May, the broadcast was cancelled.
The official was unable to find witnesses. @goldenglobesThe winners were announced by Twitter in real-time.
NBC’s decision to cancel the February broadcast was made in the face of HFPA protests. Los Angeles TimesReport thatThe 87-member voting body had no Black members and permitted questionable ethical practices.
The HFPA unveiled a slew of reforms, including new codes and bylaws, in October while inducting 21 new voters as its “most diverse class to date.”The HFPA continued to march on December without major Hollywood institutions’ support. announcing the 2022 nominees that featured the “The Power of the Dog” and “Belfast” leading the pack.Few Globes nominees acknowledged the nods in public.
As the tweets rolled in Sunday night, Netflix’s “The Power of the Dog” Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story”These were the major movie winners and each received three major awards.
“Power of the Dog” pulled in the award for best drama, best director for Jane Campion, and best supporting actor for Kodi Smit-Mcphee.
“West Side Story” won best movie (comedy or musical), best actress for Rachel Zegler, and best supporting actress for Ariana De Bose.
Virtually all winners did not acknowledge their win on social media. Zegler Tweet Funny photo of Oscar Isaac reading from a slip on paper during the announcement of her best actress award.
HBO’s “Succession” led the TV awards by snagging best TV drama, along with acting honors for Jeremy Strong and Sarah Snook.
“Pose”Star Michaela Jae Rodriguez became the first transgender woman to win a Globe. She won best lead actress in drama series. Additionally, “Squid Game” star O Yeong-su was the first South Korean actor to win a Globe for best supporting.
Here’s the complete list of 2022 Golden Globes winners:
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
Ariana De Bose, “West Side Story”
Best Supporting Actor – Television
O Yeongsu “Squid Games”
Best Motion Picture – Animated
Best TV Actor – Drama Series
Jeremy Strong, “Succession”
Best TV Actress – Drama Series
Sarah Snook, “Succession”
Best TV Actor – Musical or Comedy
Jason Sudeikis, “Ted Lasso”
Best Movie Screenplay
Kenneth Branagh, “Belfast”
Best Actor – TV limited series
Michael Keaton, “Dopesick”
Best Actress – TV Limited Series
Kate Winslet “Mare of Easttown”
Best TV Actress – Musical or Comedy
Jean Smart “Hacks”
Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy
Best movie – Non-English Language
“Drive My Car,” Japan
Best Movie Actor – Musical or Comedy
Andrew Garfield, “Tick, Tick… Boom”
Best Movie Song
“No Time To Die,” Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell
Best Movie Score
Hans Zimmer, “Dune”
Best Movie Actor – Drama
Will Smith “King Richard”
Best Movie Supporting Actor – Drama
Kodi Smit-Mcphee, “The Power of the Dog.”
Best TV Actress – Drama Series
Mj Rodriguez “Pose”
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Best Movie Actress – Musical or Comedy
Rachel Zegler, “West Side Story.”
Best Movie – Musical or Comedy
“West Side Story.”
Best Movie Actress – Drama
Nicole Kidman, “Being the Ricardos”
Best Movie Director
Jane Campion, “The Power of the Dog”
Best TV Series – Drama
The Best TV Series with Limited Viewing Rights
“The Underground Railroad”
Best Movie – Drama
“The Power of the Dog”