2022 Golden Globes Announced Their Winners Without A Big Bang


Last night Golden Globes 2022 went atypically off-air, without red carpets, glamorous celebrities and NBC broadcast of the ceremony, only with tweets announcing the winners. After the year surrounding the Hollywood Foreign Press Association with accusations of non-diversity and amoral practices, Golden Globes suffered the reputation crises with a great number of studios and filmmaking celebrities deciding to distance themselves from the event.


Nevertheless, always considered a rehearsal to the Oscars, Golden Globes have announced their winners. The Power of the Dog directed by Jane Campion has triumphed in the Best Picture - Drama category. The director herself was named the best becoming the third female director to receive this particular Golden Globe. Kodi Smit-McPhee was also handed the award as the Best Supporting Actor.


Steven Spielberg's remake West Side Story snatched the Best Picture - Musical/Comedy award. Rachel Zegler who starred in the film received the Golden Globe as the Best Actress as well as Ariana DeBose as the Best Supporting Actress.


Drive My Car was named the Best Film not in the English language, HBO's drama Succession became the Best Drama Series meanwhile Hacks - the Best Musical/Comedy Series.


Click here for all winners and nominees.


The other acclaimed awards - 2022 Critics Choice Awards - were planned to announce their winners the same Sunday, January 9, however, due to yet another surge of coronavirus, the event is postponed until the further notice.


So now the road is clear to Oscar nominations, which will be announced on February 8.

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