James Cameron, Meryl Streep and Deserving First-Timers Sweep Golden Globes

After a month's worth of NBC promos touting the 67th annual Golden Globe ceremony as the "hottest night in Hollywood," Ricky Gervais warmed up his rain-drenched audience of elites last night with a few shameless plugs and an endless supply of champagne. Like any self-congratulatory celebration for A-listers, the night gave way to a few figurative triumphs (by Chloe Sevigny's on-set P.A., James Cameron's bladder) and even more figurative losers (NBC, Spohia Loren, sincere humility), but the actual group of Globe victors was a welcome assortment of the new, the old and the Avadah. After the jump, a complete list of your 2010 Golden Globe recipients.

Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical):

"30 Rock"



"Modern Family"

"The Office"

Best Actor in a Television Series (Comedy or Musical):

Alec Baldwin, "30 Rock"

Steve Carell, "The Office"

David Duchovny, "Californication"

Thomas Jane, "Hung"

Matthew Morrison, "Glee"

Best Actress in a Television Series (Comedy or Musical):

Toni Collette, "The United States of Tara"

Courteney Cox, "Cougar Town"

Edie Falco, "Nurse Jackie"

Tina Fey, "30 Rock"

Lea Michele, "Glee"

Best Television Series (Drama):

"Big Love"



"Mad Men"

"True Blood"

Best Actress in a Television Series (Drama):

Glenn Close, "Damages"

January Jones, "Mad Men"

Julianna Margulies, "The Good Wife"

Anna Paquin, "True Blood"

Kyra Sedgwick, "The Closer"

Best Actor in a Television Series (Drama):

Simon Baker, "The Mentalist"

Michael C. Hall, "Dexter"

Jon Hamm, "Mad Men"

Hugh Laurie, "House"

Bill Paxton, "Big Love"

Best Director for a Motion Picture:

Kathryn Bigelow, "The Hurt Locker"

James Cameron, "Avatar"

Clint Eastwood, "Invictus"

Jason Reitman, "Up in the Air"

Quentin Tarantino, "Inglourious Basterds"

Best Screenplay for a Motion Picture:

Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell, "District 9"

Mark Boal, "The Hurt Locker"

Nancy Meyers, "It's Complicated"

Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner, "Up in the Air"

Quentin Tarantino, "Inglourious Basterds"

Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical):

"(500) Days of Summer"

"The Hangover"

"It's Complicated"

"Julie & Julia"


Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical):

Sandra Bullock, "The Proposal"

Marion Cotillard, "Nine"

Julia Roberts, "Duplicity"

Meryl Streep, "It's Complicated"

Meryl Streep, "Julie & Julia"

Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical):

Matt Damon, "The Informant!"

Daniel Day-Lewis, "Nine"

Robert Downey Jr., "Sherlock Holmes"

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, "(500) Days of Summer"

Michael Stuhlbarg, "A Serious Man"

Best Motion Picture (Drama):


"The Hurt Locker"

"Inglourious Basterds"


"Up in the Air"

Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama):

Jeff Bridges, "Crazy Heart"

George Clooney, "Up in the Air"

Colin Firth, "A Single Man"

Morgan Freeman, "Invictus"

Tobey Maguire, "Brothers"

Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama):

Emily Blunt, "The Young Victoria"

Sandra Bullock, "The Blind Side"

Helen Mirren, "The Last Station"

Carey Mulligan, "An Education"

Gabourey Sidibe, "Precious"

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture:

Matt Damon, "Invictus"

Woody Harrelson, "The Messenger"

Christopher Plummer, "The Last Station"

Stanley Tucci, "The Lovely Bones"

Christoph Waltz, "Inglourious Basterds"

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture:

Penelope Cruz, "Nine"

Vera Farmiga, "Up in the Air"

Anna Kendrick, "Up in the Air"

Mo'Nique, "Precious"

Julianne Moore, "A Single Man"

Best Animated Movie:

"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs"


"Fantastic Mr. Fox"

"The Princess and the Frog"


Best Original Song in a Motion Picture

"Cinema Italiano," "Nine"

"I See You," "Avatar"

"I Want to Come Home," "Everybody's Fine"

"The Weary Kind (Theme from 'Crazy Heart')," "Crazy Heart"

"Winter," "Brothers"

Best Original Score for a Motion Picture

Michael Giacchino, "Up"

Marvin Hamlisch, "The Informant!"

James Horner, "Avatar"

Abel Korzeniowski, "A Single Man"

Karen O and Carter Burwell, "Where the Wild Things Are"

Best Miniseries or Made-for-Television Movie:

"Georgia O'Keeffe"

"Grey Gardens"

"Into the Storm"

"Little Dorritt"

"Taking Chance"

Best Actor in a Miniseries/Made-for-Television Movie:

Kevin Bacon, "Taking Chance"

Kenneth Branagh, "Wallander: One Step Behind"

Chiwetel Ejiofor, "Endgame"

Brendan Gleeson, "Into the Storm"

Jeremy Irons, "Georgia O'Keeffe"

Best Actress in a Miniseries/Made-for-Television Movie:

Joan Allen, "Georgia O'Keeffe"

Drew Barrymore, "Grey Gardens"

Jessica Lange, "Grey Gardens"

Anna Paquin, "The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler"

Sigourney Weaver, "Prayers for Bobby"

Best Supporting Actor (Television):

Michael Emerson, "Lost"

Neil Patrick Harris, "How I Met Your Mother"

William Hurt, "Damages"

John Lithgow, "Dexter"

Jeremy Piven, "Entourage"

Best Supporting Actress (Television):

Jane Adams, "Hung"

Rose Byrne, "Damages"

Jane Lynch, "Glee"

Chloe Sevigny, "Big Love"

Janet McTeer, "Into the Storm"

Best Foreign-Language Film:


"Broken Embraces"

"The Maid"

"A Prophet"

"The White Ribbon"


  • Victor Ward says:

    I am still pissed for Dexter and Broken Embraces, but whatevs. Regarding the former, I really don't understand Mad Men's appeal. It just looks like Bewitched to me, but without Paul Lynde, which is, of course, depressing.

  • JM says:

    Explain to me again why this is the more covered (possibly coveted?) pre-Oscars awards ceremony? The camerawork / directing was shoddy, no one could get on stage it seemed, and some of the choices swung more towards the People's Choice Awards than what you would think foreign critics in H'wood would choose. At least no one melted in the rain.

  • Majean says:

    Ok I'll admit, I liked Gervais last night. Mainly because he made fun of the celebs who were actually in the room and he didn't try to hide his drinking. He would probably make a great Oscar host, definitely better than Jackman IMO.