The Christopher Nolan-helmed biopic won the premier prize in the Drama category, beating out some serious competition to secure the Globe.
The Yorgos Lanthimos directorial upset Barbie's hopes by emerging as the winner of the most prestigious award in its category.
Nolan finally opened his Globe account with his sixth nomination, winning for his remarkable biopic of the Father of the Atomic Bomb – Oppenheimer.
Justine Triet's compelling French drama beat out some stiff competition to win the premier prize in its category.
Triet accepted the award for herself and co-writer Arthur Harari as Anatomy of a Fall broke through possibly the toughest category of the evening.
Gladstone became the first Indigenous actor to win a Golden Globe, receiving recognition for her outstanding turn in Martin Scorsese's epic crime drama Killers of the Flower Moon.
Seven years after winning the award for her turn in La La Land (2016), Stone was recognised for her starring role in Yorgos Lanthimos' Poor Things.
Murphy brushed aside possible lipstick marks on his nose as he accepted his first Globe for starring in Christopher Nolan's biopic of J. Robert Oppenheimer.
The veteran actor secured his second Globe in the category, and third overall, for his performance as a teacher in Alexander Payne's The Holdovers.
Randolph secured her first Globe for an acclaimed turn in Alexander Payne's The Holdovers,
Downey brought his trademark witticisms to the stage as he accepted his third Globe, each of which has belonged to a different category.
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