Oppenheimer and Succession emerged as the big winners at this year’s Golden Globe Awards.
Christopher Nolan’s film took home five awards, including best motion picture in the drama category, the director prize, the best original score and awards for lead actor Cillian Murphy and supporting actor Robert Downey Jr.
The fourth and final season of HBO’s Succession picked up the most trophies in the TV categories, winning four awards, including the best series prize. Kieran Culkin won the best TV actor prize for his role as Roman Roy in the series, while his co-star Sarah Snook was named best supporting actor. Matthew Macfadyen won best supporting actor.
FX series The Bear and Netflix show Beef won three TV Golden Globes each. The Bear won the best television series prize for a musical or comedy, as well as best female and male actor in the musical and comedy category for Ayo Edebiri and Jeremy Allen White. Steven Yeun and Ali Wong were both recognised for their performances in Beef, which also won the limited series prize.
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Greta Gerwig’s Barbie won the inaugural box office achievement award, after grossing $1.4bn (£1.13bn) worldwide through Warner Bros. Pictures.
There were also two wins each for Anatomy of a Fall, The Holdovers and Poor Things, and one for Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon.
Courtroom drama Anatomy of a Fall won best foreign language film and best screenplay for Justine Triet and Arthur Harari.
The Golden Globes mark the first major ceremony of film awards season, which culminates with the Oscars on 10 March.
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