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Published on January 16, 2015 with No Comments

Michael Keaton picked up the prize for best actor in a musical or comedy film for his role in Birdman









The cast and director of the film Boyhood posed with their prizes after the movie won the best film drama, category. It was filmed over 12 years to capture the growing pains of a young American boy


Apart from expected winners who walked away with the trophy in stunning gowns and dapper tuxedos, what got talked about at this year’s Golden Globes awards were the ‘surprise’ losers.The award ceremony, which took place on Sunday evening in Los Angeles, saw coming-of-age tale, Boyhood, win the coveted Golden Globe in the Best Drama category, while the quirky period-caper The Grand Budapest Hotel was a surprise winner as the Best Comedy or Musical. Actor Julianne Moore won the Best Actor (Female) in a Drama, for her portrayal of an Alzheimer’s patient in the film Still Alice, while Eddie Redmayne walked away with the Best Actor (Male) in a Drama for playing physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.However, the film Birdman could pick only two trophies despite being nominated in seven categories. And, a big disappointment was actor Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer The Imitation Game, which walked out empty handed.


Among the stars who headed to the after parties were (clockwise from left) Rosamund Pike, Salma Hayek, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cara Delevingne, Rita Ora, and former Globes host Ricky Gervais and Jane Fallon


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