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Oppenheimer, big winner at Golden Globe Awards

The Oppenheimer film was the big winner here at the 2024 Golden Globes, in its 81st edition, with the statuettes for Best Drama, Director, Actor in a Drama and Score.

Oprah Winfrey closed the gala night by announcing that the film directed by Christopher Nolan was the winner in the drama category, something that did not come as a surprise because it was actually, along with Barbie, one of the favorites.

Both films starred in the «Barbernheimer» phenomenon last year after their release and proved their strength this Sunday in an event that, after some changes, transits to a new stage.

The pink comedy about the famous Mattel doll and the biographical film that tells the story of the physicist and mathematician who became the father of the atomic bomb, arrived in Los Angeles with good endorsements, one of them having been selected among the 10 best films of the AFI 2023 of the American Film Institute.

Oppenheimer (eight nominations) gave the British-American filmmaker the satisfaction of Best Director in a competition that included Bradley Cooper (Maestro), Celine Song (Past Lives), Greta Gerwig (Barbie), Martin Scorsese (Killers of the Flower Moon) and Yorgos Lanthimos (Poor Creatures).

Cillian Murphy won the statuette for Best Actor in a Drama in this biographical film, beating Andrew Scott (Unknown), Barry Keoghan (Saltburn), Bradley Cooper (Maestro), Colman Domingo (Rustin) and Leonardo DiCaprio (Killers of the Flower Moon).

For his part, Swedish composer Ludwing Goransson won the award for Best Soundtrack, a category that reserved the works of Daniel Pemberton (Spider-Man: Across the Multiverse), Jerskin Fendrix (Poor Creatures), Joe Hisaishi (The Boy and the Heron), Mica Levi (The Zone of Interest) and Robbie Robertson (Killers of the Flower Moon).

Barbie, the most nominated (nine) on the road to the Golden Globes took only the Best Original Song laurels for Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell’s What Was I Made For? and won Best Box Office Achievement.

Other winners in the marathon succession of awards were Emma Stone (Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical); The Bear (Best Comedy or Musical Series); Paul Giamatti (Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical); and Poor Creatures (Best Comedy or Musical).

Meanwhile, Sarah Snook was the Best Actress in a Drama Series in Succession, just the winner in Best Drama Series, while Lily Gladstone was the Best Actress in a Drama Series.

Precisely, in the balance at the end of the gala, which in turn opens the red carpet season in Hollywood, the biggest winner in TV was Succession.

However, Juan Antonio Bayona’s La Sociedad de la Nieve, which was preceded by critical acclaim, missed out on the Golden Globe in the Best Foreign Language Film category, where the French film Anatomy of a Fall won the coveted golden prize.

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