The 74th annual Golden Globe Awards delivered plenty of unscripted moments, confirmed some award season narratives, opened up others, and made it clear that the historically liberal Hollywood community would not be cowering in the face of a Trump presidency.
In case you missed the show Sunday, these are the five biggest takeaways from the star-studded night:
For much of the night it appeared that the musical-comedy "La La Land,"starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, was emerging as the favorite of the film world. It took home major awards for its director, screenplay, score, original song and lead actors, which suggested that buzz pointing to future Oscar glory was proving true.
But then along came "Moonlight," a smaller, coming-of-age film, which boasts the best reviews of any film released this past year. That film took home the best drama award over stiff competition like "Manchester By the Sea" and suggested that it and "La La Land" may be headed for a collision course at the Academy Awards.
Meanwhile, there were surprising upsets. Isabelle Huppert won the lead actress in a drama category for the twisted French thriller "Elle," while Aaron Taylor-Johnson scored a surprise win for his supporting performance in "Nocturnal Animals".
That said, the Globes, which are selected by the Hollywood Foreign Press, have a less-than-stellar track record when it comes to predicting Hollywood's highest honor.Read More...
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