The cast and director of "Green Book", from left, Viggo Mortensen, director Peter Farrelly, Linda Cardellini and Mahershala Ali backstage at the 76th Annual Golden Globes on January 6 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron won the Golden Globe for best director and, as expected, his lovingly shot semi-autobiographical movie "Roma" was named best foreign language movie.
Fans may have been disappointed to see Lady Gaga lose the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama to Glenn Close, but the veteran actress who completes 45 years of acting, gave an inspirational speech that was well received. "This is for and because of you, gorgeous".
The movie also took home awards for Best Screenplay and Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, for Mahershala Ali's performance as jazz pianist Don Shirley.
Etude - Kylian Mbappé reste le joueur le plus cher du monde
Antoine Griezmann, qui a récemment prolongé son contrat avec l'Atlético Madrid, est le deuxième tricolore de ce classement . A présent, c'est le champion du monde français Kylian Mbappé qui a la valeur la plus importante (218,5 millions d'euros).
Discussing her turn in the raunchy period piece, she said backstage: "Love scenes with women are much easier because in my head I wasn't being unfaithful to my husband so it felt. kissing a man just feels terrible because then you feel like you're being very naughty".
As for the winners, while the choices of the 88-member Hollywood Foreign Press Association has no direct relation to the almost 8,000 members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a win on a stage of the Golden Globes doesn't go unnoticed, and Oscar nomination voting began Monday.
Co-host Sandra Oh, who was born in Canada of Asian descent, paid tribute to the slew of Golden Globe-nominated films and TV shows featuring black and Asian actors and directors, including "Crazy Rich Asians", "Black Panther", and "BlacKkKlansman". "Right now, this moment is real".
In contrast to the political barbs, often directed at U.S. President Donald Trump, that have marked recent awards shows, Sunday's Golden Globes had a more positive vibe.
Gabon : le cinquième putschiste arrêté sous un lit…
Le 31 décembre, le président Bongo, affaibli, avait pris la parole depuis Rabat pour la première fois depuis son hospitalisation. Le bilan humain officiel fait état de deux putschistes tués et deux autres arrêtés, selon la présidence de la République.
Turns out, Golden Globes are capable of getting at least some things right and a great example can be found in the winners of 2019.
He may have been left at home the night of the Golden Globes, but it was hardly a case of "out of sight, out of mind". Some probably didn't need a bounce, like Olivia Colman's win for "The Favourite", or "Shallow" winning best original song.
La jeune saoudienne en transit sous protection de l'ONU
En effet, pour avoir désobéi aux lois sur le "tutorat masculin" elle risquait jusqu'à sa vie dès son retour en Arabie saoudite. Elle devait au départ être renvoyée en Arabie saoudite via le Koweït dans un avion qui a décollé lundi matin de Bangkok.