Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Here's the list of winners of 75th annual Golden Globe Awards

Here's the list of winners of 75th annual Golden Globe Awards

Though "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" and "Lady Bird" won big on Golden Globes night, some major films and TV shows of the past year were shut out entirely. Frances McDormand won Best Actress, Sam Rockwell nabbed the Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Martin McDonagh bagged the Best Screenplay honour for it.

Stars Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer were up for Globes for their roles in "Call Me By Your Name", which was also nominated for best motion picture, drama, but the coming-of-age gay romance was snubbed, receiving no awards. "The Handmaid's Tale" was named Best Television Series - Drama, and in the musical or comedy category, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" won.

Laura Dern, a supporting actress victor for "Big Little Lies", said: "May we teach our children that speaking out without retribution is our culture's new north star".

Meyers, in his first time hosting the Globes, dove straight into material about the sex scandals that have roiled the industry and the "elephant not in the room", Harvey Weinstein.

McDormand said she was proud to be a woman in the industry.

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"The Handmaid's Tale" is based on Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel about a woman (Elisabeth Moss) who rebels against the ideals of an oppressive regime.

The Globes had always been the stomping grounds of disgraced mogul Weinstein, whose downfall precipitated allegations against James Toback, Kevin Spacey and many others.

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"And here are the all-male nominees", she said, before they were named. "It's a solidarity statement", said "The Crown" actress Claire Foy. Various actresses (and a handful of men) wore pins that read "Time's Up". "This Is Us" star Chris Sullivan even sported black fingernails.

Recognizing the magnitude of the #MeToo movement beyond Hollywood, Oprah said "each of us in this room are celebrated because of the stories we tell".

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"I can tell you it's a very small gesture".

Though the atmosphere was still buoyant and positive, the usually superficial red carpet had unusual exchanges. "It's great to be here and be part of the tectonic shift in our industry's power structure", she said.

The exchange was just another illustration of how the "MeToo" reckoning that has plowed through Hollywood has upended awards season.

The Globes boosted the Oscar fortunes of "Three Billboards" and "Lady Bird", two critical favorites that have officially broken through in an awards season that began without any clear front-runners.

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