Leonardo DiCaprio picked up the Golden Globe award for Best Actor (Drama) for The Revenant. Others nominated in the category were Bryan Cranston for Trumbo, Michael Fassbender - for Steve Jobs, Eddie Redmayne for The Danish Girl and Will Smith for Concussion
Jennifer Lawrence won the Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) Golden Globe for her in Joy. Jennifer Lawrence beat actress Melissa Mccarthy (Spy), Amy Schumer (Trainwreck), Maggie Smith (The Lady In The Van) and Lily Tomlin (Grandma) to win the top award
Mozart in the Jungle, a television series about a classical musician's off-stage misadventures, won the Golden Globe on Sunday for Best Musical or Comedy Series - the latest award for Amazon Studios. The series is the latest Golden Globe for Amazon Studios, the streaming service established by the Seattle-based e-commerce giant.
Opening the show was Ricky, back for his fourth hosting stint. He immediately began dishing out his trademark raunchy jokes. The first winner of the evening was Kate Winslet, who took the Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a film for her role in the biopic Steve Jobs. Sylvester Stallone picked up the trophy for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Creed
Actor Sylvester Stallone picked up the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in Creed. He beat Love & Mercy's Paul Dano, Idris Elba nominated for Beasts Of No Nation, Mark Rylance for Bridge Of Spies and Michael Shannon for 99 Homes to win the coveted award
Actor Matt Damon will take home the Golden Globe for Best Actor (Musical Or Comedy) for his role in space drama film The Martian. He beat Christian Bale and Steve Carell for The Big Short, Al Pacino for Danny Collins and Mark Ruffalo for Infinitely Polar Bear to win the trophy
The 73rd Golden Globe Awards were held on January 10 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California. The Revenant took home three awards, for Best Film (Drama), Best Director and Best Actor (Drama). Kate Winslet picked up the trophy for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Steve Jobs
Actress Kate Winslet won the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award for Steve Jobs. She beat Jane Fonda nominated for her role in Youth, The Hateful Eight 's Jennifer Jason Leigh, Helen Mirren of Trumbo and Alicia Vikander for Ex Machina to win the honour
This year, the show promises not to disappoint as British comedian Ricky Gervais returns to dish out his brand of biting humor. Meanwhile, films like Spotlight, Carol, The Revenant, Room and Mad Max: Fury Road are films vying for top honors at the Golden Globe Awards 2016
Golden Globes will begin the industry's awards season for 2016 with a show full of surprises and humour
In the race for Best Actor in a Drama Film, Leonardo DiCaprio appears well ahead for his strong performance as legendary fur trapper Hugh Glass in The Revenant. Critics are widely predicting the 41-year-old actor will take home his first Oscar for the role. "The Globes historically has predicted 75 percent of the Oscars"
It wasn't so long ago that Alicia Vikander was sharing a pint-sized London apartment with three girls. And now she has two Golden Globe nomaintions, for her roles in Ex Machina and The Danish Girl. And she's practically a lock for an Oscar nomination for her role in the latter, playing the real-life character of Gerda Wegener