Golden Globes 2010: The Big Winners

This Golden Globes 2010 ceremony is not an exclusion for James Cameron. Again James Cameron is the King of the Movie World.

Best Motion Picture — Drama: ‘Avatar’. This Golden Globes 2010 Ceremony is not an exclusion for James Cameron. Again James Cameron is the King of the Movie World. James Cameron’s Avatar beat out ‘Up in the Air’, ‘Precious’, ‘The Hurt Locker’, and ‘Inglourious Basterds’ for the top movie prize at the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards.

From left: Director Cameron (second from left) and producer Jon Landau (second from right) celebrate with their stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, and Sigourney Weaver. (Cameron also won Best Director.)

Best Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical: ‘The Hangover’. Stars Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, Heather Graham, Mike Tyson, and Bradley Cooper pose with their new posse member.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama: Sandra Bullock. Bullock was nominated in both the drama and comedy categories, and won in the former for ‘The Blind Side’.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical: Robert Downey Jr. He said, “I don’t have anybody to thank,” joked the Sherlock Holmes star when accepting his award. “I’m certainly not going to thank Warner Brothers… They needed me! Avatar was going to take us to the cleaners. Without me, they didn’t have a shot!”

Here is the list of others winners at the 67th annual Golden Globe Awards:

Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical: Meryl Streep. The queen of awards season, who won for Julie & Julia, began her acceptance speech by joking she’d like to change her name to “T-Bone Streep,” and then paid emotional tribute to her mother.

Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama: Jeff Bridges. The audience gave the Crazy Heart star a standing ovation, leading him to quip that he was in danger of losing his “underappreciated” status.

Best Supporting Actress in Motion Picture: Mo’Nique. The night’s first winner said: “I’m shaking, but I tell you all, I am in the midst of my dream.”

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Christoph Waltz. Among those the Inglourious Basterds star thanked was director Quentin Tarantino, who “took my modest little world and with the power of his talent and his words, flung it into his orbit.”

Best Television Series — Drama: ‘Mad Men’. AMC’s ’60s-set show (created by Matthew Weiner, second from left, and starring January Jones, Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, Christina Hendricks, and Vincent Kartheiser) won its third straight Globe in this category.

Best Television Series — Comedy or Musical: ‘Glee’. Not bad for a newbie! Fox’s Glee (starring Lea Michele, Jenna Ushkowitz, and Dianna Agron) managed to beat out Globes favorite 30 Rock.

Best Actress in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy: Toni Collette. The United States of Tara star now has a Globe to sit on her mantel beside the Emmy she won in September.

Best Actor in a Television Series — Drama: Michael C. Hall. The Dexter star, who recently announced he is battling Hodgkin’s lymphoma, won his first ever Golden Globe for playing the titular serial killer.

Best Actress in a Television Series — Drama: Julianna Margulies. On her way to the stage, the star of The Good Wife got a congratulations kiss from an old friend — her ER costar George Clooney.

Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series: Chloe Sevigny. Sevigny thanked her “sister wives” from Big Love, costars Jeanne Tripplehorn and Ginnifer Goodwin.

Best Supporting Actor in Television Series: John Lithgow. The veteran actor won for his role on Dexter.

Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television: Drew Barrymore. At the Emmys, her Grey Gardens costar Jessica Lange won the equivalent award; at the Globes, it was Barrymore’s turn.

Best Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television: Kevin Bacon. Bacon won his first Golden Globe for Taking Chance, playing a military officer who takes the body of a fallen Marine home to his family.

Best Screenplay — Motion Picture: Jason Reitman. The ‘Up in the Air’ writer/director (who shares the Globe with Sheldon Turner) was apparently surprised by the win. “Quentin [Tarantino], I’m still waiting for them to say your name,” he said.

Best Animated Feature Film: ‘Up’. Director Pete Docter accepted the Globe in a tough category, featuring other critical darlings like Fantastic Mr. Fox, Coraline, and The Princess and the Frog.

Best Actor in a Television Series — Comedy or Drama: Alec Baldwin. Baldwin won his third Globe for 30 Rock, but due to a previously scheduled charity event wasn’t at the Beverly Hilton ballroom to accept it. [via Life]

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