Golden Globe Awards 2015: Straight from ground zeroNew Delhi: The 72nd edition of Golden Globe Awards kicked started in Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.Here follows the live updates from the grand event...9:42 am The hosts duo Tina and Amy wraps
New Delhi: The 72nd edition of Golden Globe Awards kicked started in Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
Here follows the live updates from the grand event...
9:42 am The hosts duo Tina and Amy wraps up the ceremony by waving goodbye and thanking the guests.
9:37 am (Best Motion Picture - Drama)
9:30 am (Best Actor for a Motion Picture - Drama)
Eddie Redmayne wins for 'The Theory of Everything'
9:25 am (Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama)
Julianne Moore wins for 'Still Alice'
9:20 am 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' star Wes Anderson delivers probably the most funny speech of the event. Quite entertaining!
9:15 am (Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical)
'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
9: 08 am (Best Actor in a Motion Picture)
Michael Keaton wins for 'Birdman'
9:05 am (Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama)
Ruth Wilson wins for 'The Affair'.
9:00 am (Best Director)
Richard Linklater wins for 'Boyhood'
8:54 am Clooney signs off by paying a humble tribute to her wife Amal Alamuddin. “It's a humbling thing to find someone to love. Amal, I couldn't be prouder to be your husband," said the actor.
8:40 am (George Clooney is off to give his speech)
8:36 am (Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama)
Kevin Spacey wins for 'House of Cards'.
8:31 am (Best TV Series - Drama)
'The Affair' wins
8:20 am (Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television)
Maggie Gyllenhaal wins for 'The Hono(u)rable Woman'
8:13 am (Best Foreign Language Film)
'Leviathan' wins from Russia
8:07 am (Best Actor in a Funny Thing on Television)
Jeffrey Tambor wins for 'Transparent'
8:00 am (Best Screenplay)
'Birdman' wins. The screenplay was written by Alexander Dinelaris, Nicolás Giacobone, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Armando Bo
7:55 am (Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama)
Actress Patricia Arquette wins for 'Boyhood'. And she also brings a piece of paper to deliiver her winning speech.
7:50 am (Best Animated Movie)
'How to Train a Dragon 2'
7:37 am (Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical)
Amy Adams wins for 'Big Eyes'.
7:34 am (Best Supporting Actor in All of Television)
Matt Bomer wins for 'The Normal Heart'.
7:27 am (Best Original Song)
“Glory” by John Legend and Common wins form the film 'Selma.'
7:24 am (Best Original Score)
Johann Johannson wins for 'The Theory of Everything'.
7:20 am (Benedict Cumberbatch photo bombs)
7: 15 am (Best TV Series - Musical or Comedy)
7: 05 am (Best Actress in a TV Series - Musical or Comedy)
Gina Rodriguez wins for 'Jane the Virgin'. This is for the very first time that any supernatural venture has won anything in the Golden Globes.
With many international celebs in its attendance, the prestigious awards ceremony has marked the arrival of George Clooney with wife Amal Alamuddin, Jennifer Lopez, Emma Stone, Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Kate Hudson amongst many other renowned faces.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards are being hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the third time.
The significance of this awards ceremony is such that they often act as a precursor to the more stuffier - Academy Awards or Oscars.
The grand event is set to honour the best of the last year's TV and cinema.
Everyone knows it's the only major awards show with a sit-down dinner, but if you don't get to the Golden Globes early you don't eat.
Awards hopefuls and their guests have to finish up a half hour before the show starts to ensure no dinner plates are seen on camera.
Naomi Watts and partner Liev Schreiber found their seats near the front of the ballroom early to make sure they got fed.
Ethan Hawke may have arrived a bit too late, so he and his dinner companions tore into the gold box of Godiva chocolates that are handed to each guest. Jane Fonda spent her dinner time chatting with Robert Duvall before taking her seat next to Lily Tomlin.
Chris Pratt got out of a limo with wife Anna Faris and was greeted with a wave of cheers.
One voice broke through the crowd, however. It belonged to whoever shouted, "Jurassic Park and Recreation!"
Pratt, the star of "Parks and Recreation" and the upcoming "Jurassic World" film, smiled and pumped his fist at the idea.
With reference from AP