Christopher Nolan and Oppenheimer Win Big At Golden Globes

Kicking off award season on Sunday in Hollywood, at the 81st Golden Globes. Oppenheimer led the evening of celebration with five big wins including Best Picture. Christoper Nolan took home the Best Director award and during his acceptance speech, Nolan took a moment to speak of the importance of the people in his life that bring his vision together and his role as a director.

“I can only accept this on behalf of people. As directors we bring people together and try to get them to give it their best.” – Christopher Nolan

Long time partner in crime of Nolan’s Cillian Murphy won for Best Actor in a Drama for his role as the lead character in Oppenheimer, nominated alongside fellow actors Bradley Cooper for Maestro, Leonardo DiCaprio for Killers of the Flower Moon, Barry Keoghan for Saltburn, Andrew Scott for All of Us Strangers and Colman Domingo for Rustin.

Robert Downey Jr. won his third Golden Globe Award for his role in Oppenheimer winning the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture.

Oppenheimer also won for Best Original Score by Ludwig Göransson.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top