The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place on Sunday night (January 16, 2011) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, has attracted a lot of attention of both media and audience. One of the most surprising things in this year’s event is the great success of “The Social Network” with four honorable prizes.
Natalie Portman: Best Actress in a Drama
Natalie Portman has become the Golden Globe winner for her role as a ballerina in “Black Swan”. The beautiful actress, who is engaged and expecting an unborn child with professional dancer Benjamin Millepied, shared her first red-carpet memory when she was only 13 years old as well as praised the director Darren Aronofsky a true master in front of many audience.
Natalie Portman looked fabulous when she sat on the Golden Globe Awards’ stage
Colin Firth: Best Actor in a Drama
Colin Firth won the “Best Actor in a Drama” award for his role as the stammering King George VI in “The King’s Speech”. At that moment, he highly appreciated his co-star and Globe nominee Geoffrey Rush.
Colin Firth was smart in the black suit
David Fincher: Best Director in Motion Picture
“The Social Network” has earned four honorable prizes for a drama film including “Best Motion Drama”, “Best Director”, “Best Screenplay” and “Best Original Score in Motion Picture”.
David Fincher took home the “Best Director” prize and impressed his thankfulness to Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder
Melissa Leo: Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Melissa Leo, who has been acting for 30 years, won the “Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture” award for her role in “The Fighter”.
This actress also discussed her role on HBO’s Treme in “Season 2” in her speech
Al Pacino: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Made for Television
Al Pacino, winning the Globe for his role as Jack Kevorkian in HBO’s telepic “You Don’t Know Jack”, discussed playing a real person on the Golden Globe Awards’ stage.
He used to win an Emmy for the role in August, 2010
Other winners the Golden Globe Awards 2011
Christian Bale won the “Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture”
Annette Bening won the “Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy”
Paul Giamatti won the “Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy”
Lee Unkrich, the director of “Toy Story 3” – Best Animated Feature Film
Claire Danes won the “Best Actress in a Motion Picture Made for Television”
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