2013 Golden Globe Award Winners List – Did Your Favorites Win?

Published 1 year ago by , Updated January 16th, 2013 at 8:13 am,

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Tonight, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kicked off this year’s awards season with the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards, taking over for previous host Ricky Gervais. In dresses and drag, the two comedic femme fatales accompanied viewers through an evening of a quirky speeches, quirkier re-speeches (Ben Affleck, Lena Dunham and Anne Hathaway) and a killer George Clooney one-liner (“I’d like to congratulate Ben Affleck on his win.”).

In the end, Homeland, Girls and Hatfields & McCoys brought home the awards for television, while in movies it was Brave, Amour, Argo and Les Miserables. And perhaps adding further credibility to critic’s complaints of the Oscar nominations, Ben Affleck received the award for Best Director, besting the Academy’s choices of which he wasn’t.

Didn’t get a chance to check out the show? You can check out a complete list of all the winners below.

Did your favorites win?

MOVIES

BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
*ARGO
Warner Bros. Pictures, GK Films, Smokehouse Pictures; Warner Bros. Pictures
DJANGO UNCHAINED
The Weinstein Company, Columbia Pictures; The Weinstein Company/Sony Pictures Releasing
LIFE OF PI
Fox 2000 Pictures; Twentieth Century Fox
LINCOLN
DreamWorks Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox; Touchstone Pictures
ZERO DARK THIRTY
Columbia Pictures and Annapurna Pictures; Sony Pictures Releasing

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
*DANIEL DAY-LEWIS, LINCOLN
RICHARD GERE, ARBITRAGE
JOHN HAWKES, THE SESSIONS
JOAQUIN PHOENIX, THE MASTER
DENZEL WASHINGTON, FLIGHT

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
*JESSICA CHASTAIN, ZERO DARK THIRTY
MARION COTILLARD, RUST AND BONE
HELEN MIRREN, HITCHCOCK
NAOMI WATTS, THE IMPOSSIBLE
RACHEL WEISZ, THE DEEP BLUE SEA

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE
ALAN ARKIN, ARGO
LEONARDO DICAPRIO, DJANGO UNCHAINED
PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN, THE MASTER
TOMMY LEE JONES, LINCOLN
*CHRISTOPH WALTZ, DJANGO UNCHAINED 

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE
AMY ADAMS, THE MASTER
SALLY FIELD, LINCOLN
*ANNE HATHAWAY, LES MISERABLES
HELEN HUNT, THE SESSIONS
NICOLE KIDMAN, THE PAPERBOY

BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE
*BEN AFFLECK, ARGO
KATHRYN BIGELOW, ZERO DARK THIRTY
ANG LEE, LIFE OF PI
STEVEN SPIELBERG, LINCOLN
QUENTIN TARANTINO, DJANGO UNCHAINED

BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL
Blueprint Pictures/Participant Media; Fox Searchlight Pictures
*LES MISERABLES
Universal Pictures, A Working Title Films/Cameron Mackintosh Productions; Universal Pictures
MOONRISE KINGDOM
Indian Paintbrush; Focus Features
SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN
CBS Films; CBS Films
SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
The Weinstein Company; The Weinstein Company

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL

JACK BLACK, BERNIE
BRADLEY COOPER, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
*HUGH JACKMAN, LES MISERABLES
EWAN MCGREGOR, SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN
BILL MURRAY, HYDE PARK ON HUDSON

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
EMILY BLUNT, SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN
JUDI DENCH, THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL
*JENNIFER LAWRENCE, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
MAGGIE SMITH, QUARTET
MERYL STREEP, HOPE SPRINGS

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
*BRAVE
Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios; Walt Disney Pictures
FRANKENWEENIE
Walt Disney Pictures; Walt Disney Pictures
HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA
Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures Animation; Sony Pictures Releasing
RISE OF THE GUARDIANS
DreamWorks Animation LLC; Paramount Pictures
WRECK-IT RALPH
Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios; Walt Disney Pictures

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
*AMOUR (AUSTRIA)
Les Films Du Losange, X Filme Creative Pool, Wega Film; Sony Pictures Classics
A ROYAL AFFAIR (DENMARK) (En kongelig affære)
Zentropa Entertainment; Magnolia Pictures
THE INTOUCHABLES (FRANCE) (Les Intouchables)
The Weinsten Company, Quad Productions, Gaumont, TF1 Films Production, Ten Films, Chaocorp; The Weinstein Company
KON-TIKI (NORWAY/UK/DENMARK)
Nordisk Film Production, Recorded Picture Company
RUST AND BONE (FRANCE) (De rouille et d’os)
Page 114, Why Not Productions; Sony Pictures Classics

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – MOTION PICTURE
*MYCHAEL DANNA, LIFE OF PI
ALEXANDRE DESPLAT, ARGO
DARIO MARIANELLI, ANNA KARENINA
TOM TYKWER, CLOUD ATLAS
JOHNNY KLIMEK, REINHOLD HEIL
JOHN WILLIAMS, LINCOLN

BEST ORIGINAL SONG – MOTION PICTURE
FOR YOU, ACT OF VALOR
Music by: Monty Powell, Keith Urban Lyrics by: Monty Powell, Keith Urban
NOT RUNNING ANYMORE, STAND UP GUYS
Music by: Jon Bon Jovi Lyrics by: Jon Bon Jovi
SAFE & SOUND, THE HUNGER GAMES
Music by: Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams, T Bone Burnett Lyrics by: Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams, T Bone Burnett
*SKYFALL, SKYFALL
Music by: Adele, Paul Epworth Lyrics by: Adele, Paul Epworth
SUDDENLY, LES MISERABLES
Music by: Claude-Michel Schonberg Lyrics by: Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schonberg

BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE
MARK BOAL, ZERO DARK THIRTY
TONY KUSHNER, LINCOLN
DAVID O. RUSSELL, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
*QUENTIN TARANTINO, DJANGO UNCHAINED
CHRIS TERRIO, ARGO

TV

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
BREAKING BAD, AMC
Sony Pictures Television
BOARDWALK EMPIRE, HBO
Leverage, Closest to the Hole Productions, Sikelia Productions and Cold Front Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
DOWNTON ABBEY: SEASON 2, PBS
A Carnival / Masterpiece Co-Production
*HOMELAND, SHOWTIME
SHOWTIME, Teakwood Lane Productions, Cherry Pie Productions, Keshet, Fox 21
THE NEWSROOM, HBO
HBO Entertainment

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
STEVE BUSCEMI, BOARDWALK EMPIRE
BRYAN CRANSTON, BREAKING BAD
JEFF DANIELS, THE NEWSROOM
JON HAMM, MAD MEN
*DAMIAN LEWIS, HOMELAND

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
CONNIE BRITTON, NASHVILLE
GLENN CLOSE, DAMAGES
*CLAIRE DANES, HOMELAND
MICHELLE DOCKERY, DOWNTON ABBEY: SEASON 2
JULIANNA MARGULIES, THE GOOD WIFE

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
THE BIG BANG THEORY, CBS
Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television
EPISODES, SHOWTIME
SHOWTIME, Hat Trick Productions, Crane Klarik Productions
*GIRLS, HBO
Apatow Productions and I am Jenni Konner Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
MODERN FAMILY, ABC
Levitan-Lloyd Productions in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television
SMASH, NBC
Universal Television in association with DreamWorks Television

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
ALEC BALDWIN, 30 ROCK
*DON CHEADLE, HOUSE OF LIES
LOUIS C.K., LOUIE
MATT LEBLANC, EPISODES
JIM PARSONS, THE BIG BANG THEORY

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES –COMEDY OR MUSICAL
ZOOEY DESCHANEL, NEW GIRL
JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS, VEEP
*LENA DUNHAM, GIRLS
TINA FEY, 30 ROCK
AMY POEHLER, PARKS AND RECREATION

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
*KEVIN COSTNER, HATFIELDS & MCCOYS
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH, SHERLOCK (MASTERPIECE)
WOODY HARRELSON, GAME CHANGE
TOBY JONES, THE GIRL
CLIVE OWEN, HEMINGWAY & GELLHORN

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
MAX GREENFIELD, NEW GIRL
*ED HARRIS, GAME CHANGE
DANNY HUSTON, MAGIC CITY
MANDY PATINKIN, HOMELAND
ERIC STONESTREET, MODERN FAMILY

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
HAYDEN PANETTIERE, NASHVILLE
ARCHIE PANJABI, THE GOOD WIFE
SARAH PAULSON, GAME CHANGE
*MAGGIE SMITH, DOWNTON ABBEY: SEASON 2
SOFIA VERGARA, MODERN FAMILY

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
NICOLE KIDMAN, HEMINGWAY & GELLHORN
JESSICA LANGE, AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM
SIENNA MILLER, THE GIRL
*JULIANNE MOORE, GAME CHANGE
SIGOURNEY WEAVER, POLITICAL ANIMALS

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  1. What a suck up Lib-fest this spectacle was. Like Sarah Palin or not, “Game Change” was a piece of crap. It was like a cartoon. And it got what, 3 Nominations? What an elitist little snob fest hollywood is.

    • Haha. It definitely can be that. You are right, that movie was not very good.

    • That is what most of these award shows have degenerated to. But, that’s how Hollywood and apparently the country is now. I saw Newsroom was nominated for Best TV Drama. Nobody could possibly deny that these people are radical ideologues.

  2. homeland beats breaking bad and boardwalk empire, Damien Lewis or whatever his names is beats Steve busshieme (not sure of spelling ) and Brian Cranston. GoT doesn’t even get nominated. What a joke?

    • Never seen Breaking Bad or Boardwalk Empire, but Homeland is fantastic, and Damien Lewis was fantastic as well. I certainly wouldn’t say it’s a “joke” that they won.

  3. I’m really happy with these results, especially with the Motion Pictures one… It would be interesting to see who’s the lead actor winning the Oscar though, Jackman or Day-Lewis. I’m glad Golden Globe has two different categories, so they can both get their prize XD
    Man, now I definitely need to see Argo hahaha

    • I liked both of their performances very much, but they are not even on the same level as Joaquin Phoenix in The Master. Not by a long shot. The same goes for Philip Seymour Hoffman. It sucks knowing that the best man wwill not win, simply because of the politics of it all. Oh well, a great performance is a great performance.

      • Joaquin Phoenix is a great actor, but neither he nor Daniel Day Lewis could have done what Hugh Jackman did for the role of JVJ. In fact there may not be another actor on the planet who could have done it. As Hooper said, if he hadn’t been available, the movie wouldn’t have been made:

        For Les Miserables, he aged 30 years with four distinct faces while singing and acting each age to perfection – a totally multilayered performance. All of it was done while up to his chest in icy water, climbing through snow-covered mountains in threadbare robes, slogging through watered peat sludge and physically changing in order to achieve the correct look for each stage of the role. In the process he lifted masts, carts, children, and two full-grown bodies while filming, acting, and singing each song live repeatedly for 10 – 12 hours a day. Then to top it off, he was enough of a box office draw that they could risk $100 million in cost and promotion to open a global film.

        For all of the above, this year he deserves the Oscar.

        • That is all very admirable and you almost had me convinced. Hugh Jackman is the man, no denying that. Joaquin’s performance was still much better when it comes to craft. Hugh Jackman is a physical dude with a stellar voice, so you are probably right in saying only he could do this role. That doesnt mean he deserves the win though. Despite what he did behind the scenes, the performance that is to be voted on is all on the screen. That is what must be judged first and foremost.

          • And my contention is that what he put on the screen was the result of all those attributes. As his co-star Anne Hathaway noted: “I just don’t want his nice guy thing to distract you from the fact that he is deep, serious and profoundly gifted actor.” or Tom Hooper, “If Jackman didn’t exist, this movie wouldn’t have been made.”

            Many great actors have played Abraham Lincoln and DDL is one of the latest and one of the best. My argument … one of many being excellent at their craft but not totally unique.

            • All great points. I still disagree it was a more “layered” performance than either DDL or Joaquin Phoenix. Did you get a chance to see The Master yet?

              • Yes I saw The Master and I’m afraid I am in the group that truly disliked the film. While I can stand back and admire the acting, there was nothing about the film that was of interest or that engaged me in any way.

                • I can’t say that I blame you. I have never seen a more frustrating film in my life. The second viewing was really what captured my interest though. I think it had a lot of great things to say about the human condition, albeit in an achingly non conventional manner. Then again, I was a Psych major and that sort of stuff intrigues me.

  4. Wow, the production value of this year’s globes was terrible. So was the writing. It was also very rushed, more so than usual anyway. It was like watching a high school cabaret production. Actually, I have seen high school cabarets with more class than this. And more entertaining. Having said that, Fey and Poehler were funny and charming.

    The winners were totally bizarre to me. How does Argo beat out films such as Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty? Dont get me wrong, I loved the movie but how are we supposed to take the Foreign Press Association seriously after this? Same goes for best director. Christoph Waltz was stellar in Django Unchained, but not even close to outdoing Philip Seymour Hoffman. Not by a long shot. The obvious people won, like Hathaway, but how does Joaquin not get any love for The Master? That was a power house performance. DD Lewis is the man, but Joaquin just flat out out performed him this time around.

    After hooting and hollering, I remind myself these awards mean nothing anyway. Great films remain great even without the award. It still pisses me off when my favorite or what I percieve to be the best film doesnt win though. :(

  5. I don’t think Silver Linings Playbook is getting enough love. I’ve seen all the films and think Silver Linings is the best film of the year. It’s one of the best films I’ve seen in my life. I’m pulling for it at the Oscars the most, especially for best picture.

    • You might want to run that by several women. While the acting is excellent, it is pretty much a male fantasy that the low self esteem mid 20s lady who beds anybody will chase down a mid forties man fresh out of mental facility and beg him to emotionally mistreat her please. Unfortunately, the truth of about that self-destructive type is that they aren’t the prettiest girl in town, and they don’t get a happy ending, they get alcoholic, abused, or dead.

      • Good point. I really liked the film for what it was, but it was still somewhat of a fairy tale for the reasons you described. I heard that the role was supposed to go to an older actress, like Angelina Jolie. I think that would have done more for the character. But I am torn on that because JL really brought the goods on this performance.

        • JL is a gifted actress and I was so impressed by her in Winter’s Bone. Unfortunately, my distaste for SLP was such that I found the acting while good was pretty much pedestrian except for the marvelous Jacki Weaver. Her quiet center as the long suffering mother was about the only reality in the film. To this day I believe she should have gotten the Oscar for Animal Kingdom.

          • Good call on Weaver. She is great. I will have to see Animal Kingdom.

            • Be prepared for something totally different from SLP with Weaver’s performance as Smurf. I don’t want to spoil it for you so unless you already know the story or have read reviews, just rent and watch and see how long it takes before you figure out what is happening.

  6. I think John hawkes should have won for the sessions, it was so well played. So subtle, charming, and very funny. And he did it with only moving his head. Wish he had won that award and was at least nominated for an Oscar. If the golden globes looked at story telling only when throwing tv show nominations, Spartacus would have not only been nominated but maybe even won for best drama. Just saying.

  7. Game Chang – A movie based on Republican Campaign managers selling out to make money and making fun of a Conservative that could have changed the USA for the better. You just can’t fight the Liberal machine… How about a movie that makes fun of Obama? It will never happen.

    • McCain and Palin would have made America better? Please pass the pipe, I want some of THAT stuff. :D

      As far as something being made down the line to describe some of the questionable things BAM has done, wait a few years.

      B

      • That’s right. Nevermind that Obama has added more debt than every president in the history of the country, combined. You can name absolutely no way the country is better while I can name countless ways the country is worse. When we were under Bush the economy was thriving and the govt was sending us checks of our own money as a stimulus. Sure, McCain would have been awful.

      • It appears you have been smoking the “pipe”, my friend. It is difficult to imagine a worse administration than the current one, with the country drowning in debt, currently over 16 trillion dollars and growing, unemployment still hovering around 8%, more people in poverty and on food stamps than ever before, and before you erroneously attempt to blame the republicans, remember that the democrats have had the majority of power for six years now, including the presidency for the last four years. I could reference foreign affairs too, with Iran inching closer and closer to a nuclear bomb undeterred and our ambassador and other Americans murdered in the Benghazi attack with no one held to account. God, I wish McCain and Palin, or virtually anyone else, had been elected, but sadly, America deserves who it voted for. I just hope that we all eventually learn from this.

  8. Hey, everyone needs to remember that there are NO winners and losers in these award shows anymore.

    Remember? Years ago, the format changed from “and the winner is….” to: “the award goes to”. BIG difference.

    I stopped watching any of these shows for more than a few minutes after that. Unless there was someone I particularly wanted to see. Never to see who did the best job in each category.

    There’s absolutely no integrity any longer in these award shows. And what’s more everyone knows it. (not saying they weren’t questionable in the past).

    That’s how they get around making some of the ridiculous choices. No “winners” means nothing real. A group of people simply decided to give the award to someone.
    Maybe they liked the person’s hair, or they threw a good party one time. That’s it.

    Just need to watch for a laugh now. Definitely not to be taken seriously on any level. It’s just politics. Nothing is real (save for some of the emotions demonstrated).

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