Colin Farrell and Michelle Yeoh received Best Actor and Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy Golden Globes 2023, respectively. Farrell won the award for his performance in “The Banshees of Inisherin,” while Yeo won for his work in “Everything Everywhere at Once.” The film for which Farrell won an award is about the dissolution of a friendship and its psychological repercussions. Yeo’s winning film is a blend of bizarre comedy, science fiction, fantasy, martial arts film, and animation, with a focus on parallel universes and impending global peril.
Austin Butler and Cate Blanchett, their co-stars, won awards for Best Actor and Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama, respectively. Blanchett won for “Tar” while Butler won for “Elvis.” Baz Luhrmann directed the winning King of Rock biopic, which garnered Butler’s award. Blanchett was honoured for a film directed by Todd Field, and she got the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival last September. The film depicted the rise and fall of conductor and composer Lydia Tarr, the sacrifices that art requires and imposes, and the transformations that anyone who has abandoned all else for art must endure.
Jonathan Kee Quan for “Everywhere at once” and Angela Bassett for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” received the award for best actor and actress in a supporting role in a feature film, respectively.
In the category for best actor and actress in a comedy series, “The Bear”, Jeremy Allen White and “Abbott Elementary School’s” Quinta Brunson dominated. Kevin Costner and Zendaya are, respectively, the best actor and best actresses in a television drama for their roles in “Yellowstone” and “Euphoria,” respectively. Evan Peters for “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” and Amanda Seyfried for “Falling Out” received the award for lead actor in a limited series, anthology, or television movie.
Spielberg received the “Golden Globe” award for best director for his semi-autobiographical film “The Fableman Family.” In addition, the film was acknowledged for its outstanding achievement in the category of dramatic production.
The plot of the film is highly autobiographical and heavily based on the director’s early life. In it, the protagonist is an American Jew living in the 1960s who dreams of making it big in Hollywood despite his parents’ irretrievable divorce.
The director and screenwriter of “The Banshees of Inisherin,” Martin McDonagh, was awarded the Golden Globe for best screenplay for his work on the film, which is about a friendship between two men that ends horribly. Both the Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy award, which went to Colin Farrell, and the Best Comedy award had previously been given to the production.
The awards for supporting roles in a limited series, anthology, or television movie were to Paul Walter Hauser and Jennifer Coolidge, respectively, for “Blackbird” and “White Lotus.” Simultaneously, Tyler James Williams for Abbott Elementary and Julia Garner for Ozark received the award for outstanding supporting actor in a drama or comedy television series.