Golden Globe for “Barbie” | Pulse 24

“Barbie” won a Golden Globe in the New Blockbuster category. The cinematic hit beat, among others, “Oppenheimer,” “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1,” “Taylor Swift: The Era's Tour,” “Super Mario Bros. The Movie,” at the 81st awards ceremony in Beverly Hills on Monday night. Spider-Man: Cross the Spider-Verse”.

Globe Distributors introduced the “Cinema and Box Office Achievement” category this year with eight blockbuster nominees. A minimum of $150 million worldwide box office receipts is a prerequisite. Streaming movies with high viewership can also be taken into account.

American director Greta Gerwig's “Barbie” is a bright satire with a pink comic aesthetic, about how the iconic doll (played by Margot Robbie) and Ken (Ryan Gosling) escape from their home Barbieland into the real world.

Christopher Nolan won his first directorial award for “Oppenheimer”. In the historical thriller, the 53-year-old filmmaker, co-inventor of the atomic bomb, physicist J. Tells the life story of Robert Oppenheimer. “Oppenheimer,” “Barbie,” “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Pour Things,” “Maestro” and “Past Lives” were also nominated for Directors' Globe awards this year.

Irish actor Cillian Murphy won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama for his performance in “Oppenheimer.” In which he physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, inventor of the atomic bomb. It was Murphy's first Globe win.

The 47-year-old was joined by Andrew Scott (“All of Us Strangers”), Bradley Cooper (“Maestro”) and Leonardo DiCaprio (“Killers of the Flower Moon”).

Emma Stone won the Golden Globe Award for Lead Actress in a Comedy/Musical. The 35-year-old actress impressed with her role in director Giorgos Lanthimos' fantasy fairy tale “For Things.” This is Stone's second Globe win since La La Land. At the 81st Globe Awards, she beat Margot Robbie (“Barbie”), Jennifer Lawrence (“No Hard Feelings”) and Natalie Portman (“May December”).

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The French film “Anatomy of a Case” won the Golden Globe Award in the “Non-English Language Film” category. French writer-director Justin Triet won the trophy for best screenplay for the same film.

In the “Non-English Language Film” category, “The Zone of Interest” (Great Britain), “The Snow Company” (Spain) and “Falling Leaves” (Finland) were also nominated.

American actor Robert Downey Jr. won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor. The 58-year-old impressed the juries with his role in the historical drama “Oppenheimer”.

For Robert Downey Jr., the Best Supporting Actor award is the third Globe win of his career. Joining him are Willem Dafoe (“Poor Man”), Robert De Niro (“Killer Moon”), Ryan Gosling (“Barbie”), Charles Melton (“May December”) and Mark Ruffalo (“Poor Man”).

The Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress went to American actress Dawn Joy Randolph. The 37-year-old impressed with his role as a chef at a boarding school in “The Holdovers.”

Dove's Joy Randolph nominees include Jodie Foster (“Niad”), Emily Blunt (“Oppenheimer”) and Julianne Moore (“May December”).

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