Here's your complete list of the 63rd Annual Golden Globes nominations and winners.
Best Motion Picture--Drama
Brokeback Mountain Winner!
The Constant Gardener
Good Night, and Good Luck
A History of Violence
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture--Drama
Maria Bello, A History of Violence
Felicity Huffman, Transamerica Winner!
Gwyneth Paltrow, Proof
Charlize Theron, North Country
Ziyi Zhang, Memoirs of a Geisha
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture--Drama
Russell Crowe, Cinderella Man
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote Winner!
Terrence Howard, Hustle & Flow
Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain
David Strathairn, Good Night, and Good Luck
Best Motion Picture--Musical or Comedy
Mrs. Henderson Presents
Pride & Prejudice
The Squid and the Whale
Walk The Line Winner!
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture--Musical or Comedy
Judi Dench, Mrs. Henderson Presents
Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice
Laura Linney, The Squid and the Whale
Sarah Jessica Parker, The Family Stone
Reese Witherspoon, Walk The Line Winner!
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture--Musical or Comedy
Pierce Brosnan, The Matador
Jeff Daniels, The Squid and the Whale
Johnny Depp, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Nathan Lane, The Producers
Cillian Murphy, Breakfast on Pluto
Joaquin Phoenix, Walk The Line Winner!
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Scarlett Johansson, Match Point
Shirley MacLaine, In Her Shoes
Frances McDormand, North Country
Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener Winner!
Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
George Clooney, Syriana Winner!
Matt Dillon, Crash
Will Ferrell, The Producers
Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man
Bob Hoskins, Mrs. Henderson Presents
Best Director--Motion Picture
Woody Allen, Match Point
George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck
Peter Jackson, King Kong
Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain Winner!
Fernando Meirelles, The Constant Gardener
Steven Spielberg, Munich
Best Foreign Language Film
Kung Fu Hustle (China)
Master of the Crimson Armor aka The Promise (China)
Merry Christmas (Joyeux Noel) (France)
Paradise Now (Palestine) Winner!
Tsotsi (South Africa)
Best Screenplay--Motion Picture
Woody Allen, Match Point
George Clooney & Grant Heslov, Good Night, and Good Luck
Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Crash
Tony Kushner & Eric Roth, Munich
Larry McMurty & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain Winner!
Best Original Score--Motion Picture
Alexandre Desplat, Syriana
James Newton Howard, King Kong
Gustavo Santaolalla, Brokeback Mountain
Harry Gregson-Williams, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
John Williams, Memoirs of a Geisha Winner!
Best Original Song--Motion Picture
“A Love That Will Never Grow Old,” Brokeback Mountain Winner!
“Christmas in Love,” Christmas in Love
“There’s Nothing Like a Show on Broadway,” The Producers
“Travelin’ Thru,” Transamerica
“Wunderkind,” The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Best Television Series--Drama
Commander in Chief (ABC)
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
Lost (ABC) Winner!
Prison Break (Fox)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series--Drama
Patricia Arquette, Medium
Glenn Close, The Shield
Geena Davis, Commander in Chief Winner!
Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer
Polly Walker, Rome
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series--Drama
Patrick Dempsey, Grey’s Anatomy
Matthew Fox, Lost
Hugh Laurie, House Winner!
Wentworth Miller, Prison Break
Kiefer Sutherland, 24
Best Television Series--Musical or Comedy
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)
Desperate Housewives (ABC) Winner!
Everybody Hates Chris (UPN)
My Name is Earl (NBC)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series--Musical or Comedy
Marcia Cross, Desperate Housewives
Teri Hatcher, Desperate Housewives
Felicity Huffman, Desperate Housewives
Eva Longoria, Desperate Housewives
Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds Winner!
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series--Musical or Comedy
Zach Braff, Scrubs
Steve Carell, The Office Winner!
Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm
Jason Lee, My Name is Earl
Charlie Sheen, Two and a Half Men
Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Empire Falls (HBO) Winner!
Into the West (TNT)
Lackawanna Blues (HBO)
Sleeper Cell (Showtime)
Viva Blackpool (BBC America)
Warm Springs (HBO)
Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
Halle Berry, Their Eyes Were Watching God
Kelly MacDonald, The Girl in the Café
S. Epatha Merkerson, Lackawanna Blues Winner!
Cynthia Nixon, Warm Springs
Mira Sorvino, Human Trafficking
Best Performance by an Actor In a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
Kenneth Branagh, Warm Springs
Ed Harris, Empire Falls
Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Elvis Winner!
Bill Nighy, The Girl in the Café
Donald Sutherland, Human Trafficking
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Candice Bergen, Boston Legal
Camryn Manheim, Elvis
Sandra Oh, Grey’s Anatomy Winner!
Elizabeth Perkins, Weeds
Joanne Woodward, Empire Falls
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Naveen Andrews, Lost
Paul Newman, Empire Falls Winner!
Jeremy Piven, Entourage
Randy Quaid, Elvis
Donald Sutherland, Commander in Chief
Considering that the morning signified the official start of the annual race for awards season gold in Tinseltown, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assocation could have just used a starter’s pistol at the beginning of their announcement of the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Instead they opted for something a little more glamorously apropos, with stars Kate Beckinsale, Mark Wahlberg and Steve Carell announcing the winners at a pre-dawn ceremony at Beverly Hills’ luxe Beverly Hilton Hotel.
But the race was indeed on, and on the film side the gay-themed Western drama Brokeback Mountain broke ahead of the pack early on with seven nominations, including Best Motion Picture--Drama, Ang Lee for director, Heath Ledger for actor, Michelle Williams for supporting actress, screenplay, score and original song.
Also faring well among the 2005 film crop were writer-director Woody Allen’s Match Point; the first-a-film, then-a-musical, now-a-film-musical The Producers; and George Clooney’s Good Night, and Good Luck, each with four nominations. Clooney not only received individual nods for co-writing and directing the film, he also scored a best supporting actor nomination for his turn in the political potboiler Syriana.
Or was the nominee “Jorge Clooney,” as his friend and frequent co-star Wahlberg purposely mispronounced it when he made the announcement?
Meanwhile, over on the television side, Desperate Housewives wasn’t desperate at all, leading all comers with five total nominations, including individual Best Actress in a Television Series--Musical or Comedy nominations for stars Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman, Eva Longoria and last year’s winner, Teri Hatcher. Huffman also fared well on the film side, garnering a nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture--Drama for her turn as a preoperative transsexual in Transamerica.
And while HBO continued its long trend of dominating the TV nominations with a total of 17 due to such multiple-nominated series as Entourage, Curb Your Enthusiasm, newcomer Rome and the miniseries Empire Falls, the pay cable net was suddenly feeling the breath of a traditional network on its neck: ever-emergent ABC was just one shy of HBO’s tally with 16 nominations, thanks to such second-year staples as Desperate Housewives and Lost as well as newbies Commander In Chief and Grey’s Anatomy.
Seen On the Scene
Even though it was 5:30 a.m. in Los Angeles, Access Hollywood’s Maria Menounos looked like she hadn’t missed a second of her beauty sleep as she prepared to do a live shot for her other gig, the Today Show. “I don’t mind getting up so early,” she whispered to Hollywood.com seconds before she went live, joining the phalanx of journalists, photographers and videographers and the small army of anxious celebrity and studio publicists who turned out for the announcement. “It’s a test of my endurance.”
The celebrity presenters were also looking impossibly chic for the ungodly hour, especially Beckinsale, in a shimmery black satin Monique Luhllier gown more suited for the cocktail hour. Two of the stars were well rewarded for rising early: Carell snared his first-ever Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series--Musical or Comedy for his role as the winningly doltish boss on The Office, while Wahlberg shared in Entourage’s nomination as Best Television Series--Musical or Comedy as the co-creator and executive producer of that show.
After Beckinsale announced Entourage’s nomination and looked back at the still cool and collected Wahlberg expectantly, the actor took the podium and said dryly “I think because I’m American she expected me to be jumping up and down.”
Hollywood.com asked Wahlberg if he was jumping up and down on the inside, and he let us in on an inside secret. “You know what? She snuk the information to me, and to Steve about his nomination, earlier,” he revealed. “And she said ‘Isn’t that what you Americans do, jump up and down? I was going to do a little Ben Affleck-Matt Damon imitation, but I didn’t know if people would get it.”
“I was hoping for like the Running Man or some kind of something,” a clearly disappointed Beckinsale told Hollywood.com. “Because Americans can go either way with that. Sometimes they can go a little nuts. But it is a little early.” Still, the actress, nominated last year for her turn in The Aviator, confessed she almost got caught up int the celebratory spirit herself. “My daughter’s best friend’s dad [Harry Gregson-Williams] was nominated for The Chronicles of Narnia [for Best Original Score], so I almost made a noise in there--Whoo-hoo!--but I didn’t.”
Meanwhile, the usually “on” Carell showed his softer side, taking a break from TV interviews to dial his wife on his cell phone, quietly enjoying a sweet, congratulatory exchange away from the limelight.
Wahlberg--who was frequently distracted on stage by his silently vibrating cell phone with calls from Jeremy Piven (nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television) and the real life inspiration for Piven’s character Ari Gold, as well as his Four Brothers co-star Terrence Howard (nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture--Drama)--said he did not plan to send any congratulatory tokens to his Entourage posse. “Hopefully, since I got them all the job, they’ll send me a gift,” he suggested.
When asked how hard he thought he and his boys would be partying on Golden Globe night, notorious among awards shows for its free-flowing champagne and cocktails, he had a quick reply: “It depends on if we win or not!”
Click here for the complete list of nominations.