Golden Globe Awards Winners and Nominees: 2009

Best Picture – Drama

‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’

‘Frost/Nixon’

‘The Reader’

‘Revolutionary Road’

‘Slumdog Millionaire’

Best Director

Danny Boyle (‘Slumdog Millionaire’)

Stephen Daldry (‘The Reader’)

David Fincher (‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’)

Ron Howard (‘Frost/Nixon’)

Sam Mendes (‘Revolutionary Road’)

Best Actor – Drama

Leonardo DiCaprio (‘Revolutionary Road’)

Frank Langella (‘Frost/Nixon’)

Sean Penn (‘Milk’)

Brad Pitt (‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’)

Mickey Rourke (‘The Wrestler’)

Best Actress – Drama

Anne Hathaway (‘Rachel Getting Married’)

Angelina Jolie (‘The Changeling’)

Meryl Streep (‘Doubt’)

Kristin Scott Thomas (‘I’ve Loved You So Long’)

Kate Winslet (‘Revolutionary Road’)

Best Picture – Musical/Comedy

‘Burn After Reading’

‘Happy Go Lucky’

‘In Bruges’

‘Mamma Mia’

Vicky Cristina Barcelona’

Best Actor – Musical/Comedy

Javier Bardem (‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’)

Colin Farrell (‘In Bruges’)

James Franco (‘Pineapple Express’)

Brendan Gleeson (‘In Bruges’)

Dustin Hoffman (‘Last Chance Harvey’)

Best Actress – Musical/Comedy

Rebecca Hall (‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’)

Sally Hawkins (‘Happy Go Lucky’)

Frances McDormand (‘Burn After Reading’)

Meryl Streep (‘Mamma Mia’)

Emma Thompson (‘Last Chance Harvey’)

Best Supporting Actor

Tom Cruise (‘Tropic Thunder’)

Robert Downey Jr. (‘Tropic Thunder’)

Ralph Fiennes (‘The Duchess’)

Philip Seymour Hoffman (‘Doubt’)

Heath Ledger (‘The Dark Knight’)

Best Supporting Actress

Amy Adams (‘Doubt’)

Penelope Cruz (‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’)

Viola Davis (‘Doubt’)

Marisa Tomei (‘The Wrestler’)

Kate Winslet (‘The Reader’)

Best Animated Feature Film

‘Bolt’

‘Kung Fu Panda’

‘Wall-E’

Best Foreign Language Film

‘The Baader Meinhof Complex’ (Germany)

‘Everlasting Moments’ (Sweden)

‘Gomorrah’ (Italy)

‘I’ve Loved You So Long’ (France)

‘Waltz with Bashir’ (Israel)

Best Screenplay

Simon Beaufoy (‘Slumdog Millionaire’)

David Hare (‘The Reader’)

Peter Morgan ()‘Frost/Nixon’

Eric Roth (‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ )

John Patrick Shanley (‘Doubt’)

Best Original Score

‘Changeling’

‘Defiance’

‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’

‘Frost/Nixon’

‘Slumdog Millionaire’

Best Original Song

‘Down to Earth’ (‘WALL-E’)

‘Gran Torino’ (‘Gran Torino’)

‘I Thought I Lost You’ (‘Bolt’)

‘Once in a Lifetime’ (‘Cadillac Records’)

‘The Wrestler’ (‘The Wrestler’)

Best Television Drama

‘Dexter’

‘House’

‘In Treatment’

‘Mad Men’

‘True Blood’

Best Actor – Television Drama

Gabriel Byrne (‘In Treatment’)

Michael C. Hall (‘Dexter’)

Jon Hamm (‘Mad Men’)

Hugh Laurie (‘House’)

Jonathan Rhys Meyers (‘The Tudors’)

Best Actress – Television Drama

Sally Field (‘Brothers & Sisters’)

Mariska Hargitay (‘Law and Order: Special Victims Unit’)

January Jones (‘Mad Men’)

Anna Paquin (‘True Blood’)

Kyra Sedgwick (‘The Closer’)

Best Television Musical/Comedy

’30 Rock’

‘Californication’

‘Entourage’

‘The Office’

‘Weeds’

Best Actor – Television Musical/Comedy

Alec Baldwin (’30 Rock’)

Steve Carell (‘The Office’)

Kevin Connolly (‘Entourage’)

David Duchovny (‘Californication’)

Tony Shalhoub (‘Monk’)

Best Actress – Television Musical/Comedy

Christina Applegate (‘Samantha Who?’)

America Ferrera (‘Ugly Betty’)

Tina Fey (’30 Rock’)

Debra Messing (‘The Starter Wife’)

Mary Louise Parker (‘Weeds’)

Best Mini-Series – Television

‘A Raisin in the Sun’

‘Bernard and Doris’

‘Cranford’

‘John Adams’

‘Recount’

Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture – Television

Ralph Fiennes (‘Bernard and Doris’)

Paul Giamatti (‘John Adams’)

Kevin Spacey (‘Recount’)

Kiefer Sutherland (’24: Redemption’)

Tom Wilkinson (‘Recount’)

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture – Television

Judi Dench (‘Cranford’)

Catherine Keener (‘An American Crime’)

Laura Linney (‘John Adams’)

Shirley MacLaine (‘Coco Chanel’)

Susan Sarandon (‘Bernard and Doris’)

Best Supporting Actor – Television

Neil Patrick Harris (‘How I Met Your Mother’)

Denis Leary (‘Recount’)

Jeremy Piven (‘Entourage’)

Blair Underwood (‘In Treatment’)

Tom Wilkinson (‘John Adams’)

Best Supporting Actress – Television

Eileen Atkins (‘Cranford’)

Laura Dern (‘Recount’)

Melissa George (‘In Treatment’)

Rachel Griffiths (‘Brothers & Sisters’)

Dianne Wiest (‘In Treatment’)

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4 thoughts on “Golden Globe Awards Winners and Nominees: 2009

  1. wah..aku penggemar movie nih. tapi yg slumdog millionare nih aku blom nonton. cuman baca review nya aja. pada dasarnya gak suka film India sih..tapi gak tau kalo yang atu ini.
    Pengen nonton ah…….

    kebanyakan orang mungkin gak suka (film India red), tapi yang satu ini beda Jokky, filmnya bagus, paling gak udah dibuktikan jadi Film Terbaik Golden Globe..:).emm..apa lagi ya, screenplaynya, pengambilan gambarnya bagus. musiknya juga..

  2. Kalau Heath Ledger sudah tertebak pasti memenangkan aktor pembantu terbaik. Gua salut dengan Colin Farrel dan Mickey Rourke. Mereka berdua bisa bangkit lagi di Hollywood.

    iya kalo Heath udah pasti. tapi buat aku lebih salut sama Kate Wislet, yang bener-bener bisa memukau juri dengan acting sebagai pemeran pembantu dan pemeran utama dalam dua film yang berbeda..!

  3. Kalo Kate Winslet sih, gua juga uda ga kaget. Dia memang hebat kok. Perasaan kesini2, tampangnya jadi lebih muda ya hehe…

    iya, tapi inget waktu TITANIC dulu kan dicemooh gitu (kalo gak salah inget.hehehehe). wahh jadi lebih muda..apa dia kena kasusunya ‘Benjamin Button’ ya..jadi makin muda..:)

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