After a controversial couple of years that resulted in the cancellation of the 2022 Golden Globe Awards ceremony, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced their winners for the 79th annual Golden Globes. The announcement was a frivolous event made via Twitter, providing a dark start for the 2022 awards season.
Even in such circumstances, HFPA provides some pleasant surprises for the occasion. From first-time winners to somewhat shocking outrages, these victories have delighted experts and fans alike, frowning and scratching their heads, even if there aren’t enough surprises to send out. jaw on the floor.
Rachel Zegler won the Golden Globe For Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy Or Musical
The 2022 Best Actress category at the Oscars has many contenders Competing for a nomination, including two actresses making their big-screen debut this year: Alana Haim in Licorice Pizza and Rachel Zegler of Story of the Western Hemisphere. Both films are Best Picture contenders, and the two actresses aren’t sure to make it into the top five. Zegler, however, received encouragement yesterday with his Globes win.
Zegler is the favorite to win thanks to his performance as the condemned Mary in Steven Spielberg’s retelling of the classic musical, but some expect Haim to dominate. Zegler’s chances for an Oscar nomination are better after winning the Globes.
Michael Keaton Wins Golden Globe For Best Actor – Miniseries Or Television Movies
Michael Keaton’s career has received much-needed progress from his starring and Oscar-nominated turn to Alejandro González Iñarritu Man to bird. Last year, Keaton took on a television star role, lead an ensemble cast of familiar faces in Hulu’s miniseries Dopesick.
Compared to its female counterpart, this year’s Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film category is less competitive. However, some are expecting Ewan McGregor’s Emmy-winning turn on Netflix’s Halston to win the Globes as well. Keaton came out on top, claiming his second Golden Globe and increasing his chances of winning an Emmy in September.
Underground Railroad Wins Golden Globe For Best Miniseries Or Television Movie
on Amazon The Underground Railroad premiered last year to universal critical acclaim. Barry Jenkins ’raw and powerful adaptation of the 2016 novel of the same name follows a group of people who tried to escape slavery in 1800s America.
Despite the overwhelming praise, The Underground Railroad poorly done at the Emmys, received a lone directing nod and one for Outstanding Miniseries, lost both. The Globes thought it higher, crowning it Best Miniseries or Television Film. The lack of nominations in the acting categories has led some to believe it will go home empty -handed, in favor of HBO’s juggernaut, Mare in Easttown or even on Hulu Dopesick.
Michaela Jaé Rodriguez Wins Golden Globe for Best Actress – Drama in TV Series
After making history last year with her Emmys nomination, trailblazer Michaela Jaé Rodriguez won the Golden Globe for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. The actress received critical acclaim for her role as Blanca Evangelista at FX’s Pose, but it wasn’t until last season that the award performances were noticed.
Rodriguez faces tough competition, including experienced pros like Jennifer Aniston and Christine Baranski. However, Rodriguez took the lead, giving a perfect finishing note, when considered Pose its three seasons ended in June. In addition, his victory is a huge step forward for transgender actors and the trans community.
Kodi Smit -McPhee Wins Golden Globe For Best Supporting Actor – Action Picture
The Supporting Actor category has been pretty much a question mark so far, but fans think they have a clear frontrunner right now in Kodi Smit-McPhee. Australian actor claims Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Globe for his terrific performance on Netflix’s The Power of the Dog, one of The best efforts in Jane Campion’s directory.
Smit-McPhee shared the awards with critics CODAby Troy Kutsur, who is thought by many experts to win the Globes. However, Jane Campion’s love for the west was strong – it also won Best Picture – Drama and Best Director – pushing Smit -McPhee to the front of the Supporting Actor race.
Sarah Snook Wins Golden Globe For Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries Or Television Movie
following is one of the best movies on television, but its casts remain anonymous. With the exception of Jeremy Strong, who won an Emmy last year, and Brian Cox, who claimed the Golden Globe two years ago, the ensemble on the show is rather a case of the regular bridesmaid, not the bride.
This year that has finally changed. Strongly dominated the Drama Actor category, as expected by many, but Sarah Snook also won the Supporting Actress category. Snook faces tough competition, including Ted LassoBy Hannah Waddingham and Jennifer Coolidge, whose stealing the scene took place on HBO The White Lotus made him considered a favorite. However, Snook had one last laugh, winning the Globe for his efforts.
O Yeong -su Wins Golden Globe For Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries Or Television Movie
Squid game an unexpected hit for Netflix in 2021, to the point that it has become the biggest show of the year. Its influence spread like wildfire, quickly gaining a place in pop culture. The show received praise from critics, and HFPA recognized it by naming O Yeong-su Best Supporting Actor.
Be the most inspired win of the night, favored by the actor who is in a category with no obvious favorite. Above all, his performance delivers Squid game with one of the biggest twists, contributing to the overall impact of the show. The Globe is a complete recognition for his work, and hopefully, this won’t be the last time his name will be seen this time at the awards.
Nicole Kidman Wins Golden Globe For Best Actress In An Action Picture – Drama
For months, Kristen Stewart was believed to top the Leading Actress category. Her role as Diana, Princess of Wales in Pablo Larraín’s psychological drama Spencer received critical acclaim, with many anointing him the likely winner since the film’s first picture debuted.
Alas, Nicole Kidman showered Stewart’s parade by claiming the Globe for her work on Aaron Sorkin’s biographical Being Ricardo. Kidman’s victory strengthened HFPA’s love for film stars and their connection to Sorkin’s work. Above all, it puts an interesting twist on the category, and while Stewart remains the Best Actress favorite, Kidman’s Globes win signaled some variation and perhaps even a bit of turmoil during the awards.
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