Golden Globes 2016 full winners list - Brie Larson wins for Lenny Abrahamson's Room as Irish stars lose out
Disappointment for author Emma Donoghue and actresses Caitriona Balfe and Saoirse Ronan and actor Michael Fassbender
Published 11/01/2016 | 01:47
It was a disappointing night for Irish stars at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in LA as Saoirse Ronan, Emma Donoghue, Caitriona Balfe and Michael Fassbender lost out in their respective categories.
It had been hoped 21-year-old Saoirse Ronan would win Best Actress for her performance in Brooklyn after her New York's Critic's Choice award win. However, she lost out to Brie Larson for Room, directed by Irish director Lenny Abrahamson.
Steve Jobs star Michael Fassbender, meanwhile, was beaten to Best Actor by Leonardo DiCaprio for his turn in The Revenant.
Irish author Emma Donoghue lost out on the Best Adapted Screenplay award to Aaron Sorkin.
Donoghue adapted the screenplay for Lenny Abrahamson's Room from her own best-selling novel but Sorkin's screenplay for Steve Jobs won the gong on the night.
Irish actress and Outlander star Caitriona Balfe also lost out on the award for Best Actress in a Television Series - drama to Taraji P Henson who won for her performance in Empire.
Kate Winslet, meanwhile, was visibly shocked as she was announced as the first winner at the Golden Globes.
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The actress remained in her seat looking dumbfounded after she was named best supporting actress in a film for her portrayal of Joanna Hoffman in Steve Jobs.
She said: "I am extremely surprised and overwhelmed. I just want to start by saying what an incredible year for women in film. These categories are so crowed and crammed with incredible integrity and skill and I feel prouder than ever to be included."
The award was presented by Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, who sported a furry bear costume on his head in reference to the animal from the Golden Globe-nominated film The Revenant.
Much of their introduction was bleeped in the broadcast but Hill made the packed ballroom at the Beverly Hilton laugh when he thanked The Revenant director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu saying: "I'm a two-year-old bear from the Sierran mountains and you took a chance on me."
He also drew attention to a green ribbon on his lapel, saying: "This is for honey awareness."
Maura Tierney was the surprise winner of the second award of the night for her role as Helen Soloway in The Affair in the best supporting actress in a limited series or TV movie category.
Rachel Bloom burst into tears as she won best lead in a comedy or musical TV show while Amazon show Mozart In The Jungle was another surprise victor at the awards show when it was named best TV comedy.
Bloom fought her tears as she panted: "Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god. I'm gong to talk to you as people and pretend I'm not on TV. We got six rejections in one day but we knew it was good."
The show opened with a monologue from host Ricky Gervais, who addressed the crowd of famous faces as "disgusting, pill-popping, sexual deviant scum".
He added: "I'm going to do this monologue and then go into hiding."
Gervais made jokes about celebrities who were in the room, and some who were absent from the occasion, including Caitlyn Jenner, nominee Jeffrey Tambor, Jennifer Lawrence and previous hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Sipping from a small glass of beer, he told the crowd: "If you do win tonight remember nobody cares about that award as much as you do, don't get emotional, it's embarrassing. That award is, no offence, worthless."
Wolf Hall was named best limited series or TV movie by presenters Orlando Bloom and Bryce Dallas Howard.
Producer Colin Callender was joined by stars Damien Lewis and Mark Rylance as he accepted the award and made a plea to protect BBC funding.
He said: "Without the BBC, quality programmes like this wouldn't happen and I urge David Cameron and the British Government to do everything they can to protect the BBC and ensure its future."
Star Wars star Oscar Isaac collected the Globe for best actor in a limited series or TV movie for HBO drama Show Me A Hero.
Christian Slater was announced as the best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie for his role in Mr Robot.
After collecting the award from Lady Gaga and designer Tom Ford, he greeted Harrison Ford from the stage and said: "This is a phenomenal honour," adding: "Thank you Hollywood for letting me do what I love for the past four decades."
Jamie Foxx and Lily James announced the winner of the best original score, but Foxx took matters into his own hands when he said it was Straight Outta Compton before admitting it was a mistake and James declared Ennio Morricone the winner for The Hateful Eight, with the award collected by the film's director Quentin Tarantino.
Jon Hamm embraced fellow nominees Bob Odenkirk and Liev Schreiber as he was named best actor in a TV series drama for Mad Men.
Accepting his award, he thanked the show's creator Matthew Weiner, saying: "Thank you to Mr Weiner for writing this horrible person all the way through to the end of this incredible ride and picking me to play him. And thank you for not taking my suggestion and ending the entire series on Chumbawamba, you picked the right song."
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer took to the stage together to introduce clips from their nominated films Joy and Trainwreck, before Matt Damon was named best actor in a comedy or musical motion picture for his role as a stranded astronaut in The Martian.
He said: "My kids are watching so I have to thank them because I told them if I got on TV I would say something to them, so get ready to go to bed.
"It has been 18 years since I've been doing this and with a little more context I know how lucky I am."
He also paid tribute to the film's director: "It all came down to Ridley Scott and to get this award I walked past (Michael) Fassbender, I walked past Leo (DiCaprio) and all these people who have worked with you and love you and on their behalf and everyone who worked on this movie, thank you, thank you, thank you."
Sam Smith and his songwriting partner Jimmy Napes slapped each other on the back as they were announced as the winners of best original song for Writing's On The Wall for the James Bond film Spectre.
Standing at the podium, Smith said: "Honestly, on a real level I genuinely didn't think we were going to get this. This has been the most interesting night of my life, this is amazing. I hope you're having a good time because we are."
Sylvester Stallone received a standing ovation as he was named best supporting actor in a motion picture for his reprisal of the role of Rocky Balboa in Creed.
Collecting his trophy, he said: "I'm going to try not to get emotional because I'm the sum total of everyone I've ever met and I'm lucky I've absorbed some of it. The last time I was here was 1977, it was a long time ago and the view is so beautiful now."
After reeling off a list of thanks he concluded: "Last of all, I want to thank my imaginary friend Rocky Balboa for being the best friend I ever had."
Lady Gaga kissed American Horror Story: Hotel creator Ryan Murphy and her fiancee Taylor Kinney as she was named best lead actress in a limited series or TV movie for her role in the horror anthology.
Accepting the award and fighting back tears, she said: "I feel like Cher in Moonstruck right now, it's like one of the greatest moments of my life."
Thanking her fellow cast members, she said: "Because of you I was able to shine I guess, thank you for sharing your talent with me. I wanted to be an actress before I wanted to be a singer but singing worked out first."
Gael Garcia Bernal was presented with the Globe for best actor in a musical or comedy TV series for his role as conductor Rodrigo in Mozart In The Jungle and was visibly flustered and surprised.
Inside Out was named best animated feature film while the best screenplay award was given to Aaron Sorkin for Steve Jobs.
Hungarian film Son Of Saul was honoured with the best foreign film award.
Golden Globes 2016 full winners list:
Best Motion Picture - drama
Mad Max:Fury Road ( Mad Max: Fury Road review - 'Strap yourself in. It’s a hell of a ride' )
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture
Cate Blanchett - Carol
*Brie Larson - Room
Rooney Mara - Carol
Saoirse Ronan - Brooklyn
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture
Brian Cranston - Trumbo
*Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant
Michael Fassbender - Steve Jobs
Eddie Redmayne - The Danish Girl
Will Smith - Concussion
Best Motion Picture, musical/comedy
The Big Short
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - musical or comedy
*Jennifer Lawrence - Joy
Melissa McCarthy - Spy
Amy Schumer - Trainwreck
Maggie Smith - The Lady in the Van
Lily Tomlin - Grandma
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - musical or comedy
Christian Bale - The Big Short
Steve Carell - The Big Short
*Matt Damon - The Martian
Al Pacino - Danny Collins
Mark Ruffalo - Infinitely Polar Bear
Best Motion Picture - animated
The Good Dinosaur
The Peanuts Movie
Shaun the Sheep Movie
Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language
The Brand New Testament - Belgium/France/Luxembourg
The Club - Chile
The Fencer - Finland/Germany/Estonia
Mustang - France
*Son of Saul - Hungary
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Jane Fonda - Youth
Jennifer Jason Leigh - The Hateful Eight
Helen Mirren - Trumbo
*Kate Winslet - Steve Jobs
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Paul Dano - Love and Mercy
Idris Elba - Beasts of No Nation
Mark Rylance - Bridge of Spies
Michael Shannon - 99 Homes
*Sylvester Stallone - Creed
Best Director - Motion Picture
Todd Haynes - Carol
*Alejandro G. Inarritu - The Revenant
Tom McCarthy - Spotlight
George Miller - Mad Max: Fury Road
Ridley Scott - The Martian
Best Screenplay - Motion Picture
Emma Donoghue - Room
Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer - Spotlight
Charles Randolph, Adam McKay - The Big Short
*Aaron Sorkin - Steve Jobs
Quentin Tarantino - The Hateful Eight
Best Original Score - Motion Picture
Carter Burwell - Carol
Alexandre Desplat - The Danish Girl
*Ennio Morricone - The Hateful Eight
Daniel Pemberton - Steve Jobs
Ryiuchi Sakamoto, Alva Noto - The Revenant
Best Original Song - motion picture
Love Me Like You Do
One Kind of Love
See You Again
Simple Sound #3
*Writing’s On The Wall
Best Television series - drama
Game of Thrones
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - drama
*Taraji P. Henson
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - drama
*Jon Hamm - Mad Men
Rami Malex - Mr Robot
Wagner Moura - Narcos
Bob Odenkirk - Better Call Saul
Liev Schreiber - Ray Donovan
Best Television Series - musical or comedy
*Mozart in the Jungle
Orange is the New Black
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV series - musical or comedy
Jamie Lee Curtis
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV series - musical or comedy
*Gael Garcia Bernal
Best Television limited series or motion picture made for TV
American Crime - ABC
American Horror Story: Hotel - FX
Fargo - TX
Flesh and Bone - Starz
*Wolf Hall - PBD
Best Performance by an Actress in a limited series or motion picture made for TV
Kirsten Dunst - Fargo
*Lady Gaga - American Horror Story: Hotel
Sarah Hay - Flesh & Bone
Felicity Huffman - American Crime
Qeeen Latifah - Bessie
Best Performance by an Actor in a limited series or motion picture made for TV
Idris Elba - Luther
*Oscar Isaac - Show Me a Hero
David Oyelowo - Nightingale
Mark Rylance - Wolf Hall
Patrick Wilson - Fargo
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a limited series or motion picture made for TV
Uzo Aduba - Orange is the New Black
Joanne Froggatt - Downton Abbey
Regina King - American Crime
Judith Light - Transparent
*Maura Tierney - The Affair
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a limited series or motion picture made for TV
Alan Cumming - The Good Wife
Damian Lewis - Wolf Hall
Ben Mendelsohn - Bloodline
Tobias Menzies - Outlander
*Christian Slater - Mr Robot
Denzel Washington received the Cecil B DeMille Award