On Sunday, Sam Mendes’ movie “1917” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” fixed in 1960s Tinseltown, obtained the top film awards at the Golden Globes on a night stuffed with defeats and hot-button matters at the commencement of Hollywood’s prizes season.
The soulful “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” from Sony Pictures got for best parody, and had the highest Golden Globe haul, with three prizes.
The movie “1917” was nominated best drama and obtained the best director, beating considered front-runners “Marriage Story” and “The Irishman” both from Netflix Inc.
Martin Scorsese’s costly hoodlum story for Netflix did not get anything, and it has to go back to home free-handed with disappointing. It could also affect its Oscar opportunities in February.
Netflix back home just one Golden Globe in the film competition, for Laura Dern’s supporting character as a ruthless divorce attorney in “Marriage Story.”
Apple Inc’s new Apple TV+ streaming service, in its first prize appearance, not able to make good on any of its three namings for “The Morning Show.”
Sam Mendes was nominated best director for his immersive “1917” from Universal Pictures, a dark horse with no big honors that appeared in U.S. film multiplexes only ten days before.
Mends surprised and told that this is a big surprise, he really expects this means people will turn up and watch it.
As we know that the most famous actor Joaquin Phoenix, who performed a scary “Joker,” and Renee Zellweger, who depicted Judy Garland in “Judy,” took the drama film actor credits.
Awkwafina (“The Farewell”) and Taron Egerton (“Rocketman”) were first-time winners in the parody field which entertained a lot to fans.
Tarantino got for the screenplay of his love letter to the production, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” while Brad Pitt was a successful winner for presenting a laid-back act double in the movie.