(Los Angeles, CA) – The Golden Globes were without a doubt Inclusive as the #Timeout movement took on several meanings during a night that saw Hollywood’s elite both men and women in black; and Sterling K. Brown become the first black man to win Best Actor in a TV Drama.
In the Golden Globes’ 75 history, Brown was the first. He was awarded for his work in ‘This Is us’ and his Counterpart Elisabeth Moss won Best Actress in a TV Drama for her role as Celeste Wright in the Handmaid’s Tale. The Handmaid’s Tale was also honored with the Best TV Series-Drama.
Other winners include, Nicole Kidman for her work on the HBO series Big Little Lies.James Franco also had one of the highlight wins of the night and his career as he won Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for his work in The Disaster Artist. He was joined on stage by the man himself Tommy Wiseau.
Allison Janney was given a taste of gold when she was given Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her work as LaVona Golden in I, Tonya.
And you had to love Jennifer Aniston and legendary actress Carol Burnett presenting the Best performance by an Actress in a TV series – Musical or Comedy to Rachel Brosnahan for her work in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
And what a joy to see Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas on stage at 101 years old with his daughter-in-law Catherine Zeta Jones. he said he would’ve prepared a speech but it would’ve been hard to follow up behind her lol. Your presence was more than enough Mr. Douglas!
Jones, who is married to Michael Douglas said, “In 1991, my father-in-law, this living Hollywood legend Kirk, was recognized by the Writers Guild of America for his role in ending the Hollywood blacklist. He not only hired black-listed screenwriter Dalton Trumbo to write the epic ‘Spartacus,’ he insisted that Trumbo receive proper screen credit for his work.”
“My trips around the world have taught me one thing: that movies speak a universal footage,” he said in old footage of him accepting the DeMille Award.
The tribute to Douglas included clips from some of his most famous roles, including “Spartacus,” “Lust for Life,” for which he won a Golden Globe in 1957, and “Detective Story,” which earned him a nomination in 1952. He was also nominated in 1986 for “Amos,”.