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The Golden Globe Awards: Complete List Of Winners

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As mentioned earlier, there were some big LGBT-related wins at the Golden Globes tonight. While Glee's Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch took home acting awards, the show itself won for best television series - comedy or musical. A complete list of winners, AFTER THE JUMP.

Winners at the 68th annual Golden Globes:

Movies

Best drama: The Social Network

Best comedy/musical: The Kids Are All Right

Actor, drama: Colin Firth, The King's Speech

Actress, drama: Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Actor, comedy/musical: Paul Giamatti, Barney's Version

Actress, comedy/musical: Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right

Supporting actor: Christian Bale, The Fighter

Supporting actress: Melissa Leo, The Fighter

Best director/motion picture: David Fincher, The Social Network

Animated feature film: Toy Story 3

Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network

Original song: Diane Warren, You Haven't Seen the Last of Me (Burlesque)

Original score: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, The Social Network

Foreign-language film: In a Better World (Denmark)

Cecil B. DeMille Award (for lifetime achievement): Robert De Niro

Television

Best drama series: Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

Best comedy/musical series: Glee (Fox)

Actor, drama series: Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

Actress, drama series: Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy (FX)

Actor, comedy/musical series: Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Actress, comedy/musical series: Laura Linney, The Big C (Showtime)

Supporting actor in a series, miniseries or TV movie: Chris Colfer, Glee (Fox)

Supporting actress, series, miniseries or TV movie: Jane Lynch, Glee (Fox)

Actor, miniseries or TV movie: Al Pacino, You Don't Know Jack (HBO)

Actress, miniseries or TV movie: Claire Danes, Temple Grandin (HBO)

Miniseries or TV movie: Carlos (Sundance Channel)

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  1. Where were the movies depicting gay and bisexual men in realistic and sexual/romantic relationships? I can't recall any in the last 5 years since Brokeback Mountain came out. There has basically been nothing. Hollywood appears to be increasingly hostile to the concept of male homosexuality.

    I know a lot of you will disagree with me but the facts speak for themselves. Aside from some small art-house movies, gay and bisexual male presence is as rare as hen's teeth in the big releases.

    Not only does Hollywood avoid us in terms of making movies about our lives, it also avoids us in terms of integrating us into the mainstream. We are persona non grata in Hollywood's eyes.

    Posted by: mark | Jan 17, 2011 6:15:07 AM


  2. @jason (a.k.a. mark) the plural is personae non gratae.

    Posted by: Bading | Jan 17, 2011 7:53:15 AM


  3. So happy for Glee on winning three awards. i also want to add that Modern family is also a very fun series.

    Posted by: Anne Wells | Jan 17, 2011 8:13:47 AM


  4. Another Best Picture win for The Social Network! Congratulations you guys!

    Posted by: MSpencer | Jan 17, 2011 8:27:19 AM


  5. Was the gay co-founder of Facebook written out of reality for the Social Network. Thoughts so. So yawn.

    Posted by: willie t boned | Jan 17, 2011 8:50:34 AM


  6. Happy The Kids Are All Right won for Best Comedy/Musical Film. Not sure why it won in that category because it moved me to tears a few times. Annette Bening is Natalie Portman's main competition for Best Actress at the Oscars & could pull an upset.

    Posted by: scar2 | Jan 17, 2011 12:49:33 PM


  7. Is it just me or did Matthew Morrison not look amused when Chris Colfer was speaking at the podium?

    Posted by: Rodney Wollam | Jan 17, 2011 1:14:27 PM


  8. @Rodney: I thought the same thing.

    Also do not understand how the Kids Are All Right is considered a comedy.

    Posted by: Paul R | Jan 17, 2011 3:50:21 PM


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