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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

65th Annual Golden Globe Awards Winners Recap

Due to the writers strike, this years award show was more like a press conference, rather than an awards show. Here are the winners in case you missed it...

Best Drama: "Atonement"

Best Comedy or Musical: "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"

Best actor in a film: Johnny Depp

Best Drama: "Mad Men" (on AMC, critics love it)

Best Actor in a Drama: Daniel Day-Lewis (as a ruthless oil baron in "There Will Be Blood" beating George Clooney, Denzel Washington, Viggo Mortensen and James McAvoy)

Best Actress in a Drama: Julie Christie (for her role as an Alzheimer's patient in "Away from Her" beating Kiera Knightley in "Atonement," Angelina Jolie in "A Mighty Heart," Jodie Foster in "The Brave One" and Cate Blanchett in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age")

Best Supporting Actress: Cate Blanchett (for her gender-bending portrayal of Bob Dylan in "I'm Not There")

Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical: French actress Marion Cotillard for her portrayal of Edith Piaf in "La Vie En Rose" beating Ellen Page of "Juno," Nikki Blonsky of "Hairspray," Helena Bonham Carter of "Sweeney Todd" and Amy Adams of "Enchanted")

Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem "No Country for Old Men"

Best Screenplay: Ethan and Joel Coen "No Country for Old Men"

Best Director: painter Julian Schnabel, whose "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"

Best Foreign Language Film: "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"

Best Animated Film = "Ratatouille" (won over "Bee Movie" and "The Simpsons Movie")

Best Song: Eddie Vedder "Guaranteed"

Best actress in a TV comedy: Tina Fey "30 Rock" which airs on NBC.

Best Comedy (TV): "Extras" on HBO

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy (TV): Jeremy Piven ("Entourage)

Best TV Movie: "Longford" HBO

Best Actor: Jim Broadbent as Lord Langford

Best Supporting Actress: Samantha Morton for "Longford" (won over supporting actresses in all fields of TV, from Jaime Pressly of "My Name is Earl" to Katherine Heigl of "Grey's Anatomy")

Best Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Queen Latifah (for her portrayal of a former addict and AIDS activist in another HBO movie, "Life Support")

Best Actor in a TV Comedy: David Duchovny (for Showtime's new series "Californication")

Best Actress in a TV Drama: Glenn Close (FX series "Damages")

Best TV Drama: "Mad Men" (on AMC won over such favorites as "House" and "Grey's Anatomy,"

Best Actor in a TV Drama: Jon Hamm (from "Mad Men" won over such names as Michael C. Hall in "Dexter," Bill Paxton of "Big Love," Jonathan Rhys Meyers in "The Tudors" and the one broadcast nominee, Hugh Laurie of "House," who had won the past two years)

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