Golden Globes 2010 Winners- The Complete List

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Tonight was the official kickoff of awards season, the Golden Globes 2010 aired tonight on NBC bringing the stars out in their best-dressed attire.  Martin Scorsese was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures, presented to him by Robert DeNiro and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Golden Globes are a night where all forms of video entertainment are honored.  Television shows, mini-series, motion pictures, comedy, drama, musical, the Golden Globes have it all.  Actors, actresses, directors, writers, producers step foot on the red carpet for the first time of the year, the Golden Globes make a statement and set the bar for the tone of the award shows that follow.  These awards are also a good indication of which stars and films with win an Oscar.  If you could not stay up late enough (I know you’re checking from your desk Monday morning) and want to know who won best actress, best actor, best television series, best film, best director, etc. here is your complete list of the winners of Golden Globes 2010.

Are you satisfied, or do you think there are some deserving people/films that were overlooked?  The biggest shock of the night, for me, was The Hangover winning Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical…but in a good way.  Robert Downey Jr.’s acceptance speech re-energized me for the final stretch to hear the last announcements of the Golden Globe winners…

Best Actor Television, Drama- Michael C. Hall, Dexter


Best Supporting Actor Television, Drama- John Lithgow, Dexter


Best Supporting Actress Motion Picture- Mo’nique, Precious


Best Animated Feature Film- Up


Best Original Song, Motion Picture- Crazy Heart, “The Weary Kind”


Best Original Score, Motion Picture- Up, Michael Giacchino


Best Actress Television, Drama- Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife


Best Actress Television Series, Comedy- Toni Collette- United States of Tara


Best Actress Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical- Meryl Streep, Julie & Julia


Best Actor Mini-series, Drama- Kevin Bacon, Taking Chance


Best Actress Mini-series- Drew Barrymore, Grey Gardens


Best Screenplay, Motion Picture- Up in the Air, Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner


Best Actor Television, Comedy- Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock


Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television- Grey Gardens


Best Foreign Language Film- The White Ribbon


Best Television Series Drama- Mad Men


Best Supporting Actress Mini-series- Chloe Sevigny, Big Love


Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture- Christoph Waltz, Inglorious Bastards


Best Director Motion Picture- James Cameron, Avatar


Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical- Glee


Best Actor Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical- Robert Downey Jr., Sherlock Holmes


Best Actor Motion Picture, Drama- Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart


Best Actress Motion Picture, Drama- Sandra Bullock, The Blind Side


Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical- The Hangover


Best Motion Picture, Drama- Avatar

 

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