‘Boyhood’ takes three Golden Globe awards
“Boyhood” has swept the boards at the Golden Globe awards in Hollywood. Director Richard Linklater was also named Best Director at the star-studded annual event.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” clinched the top honors at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday as Hollywood rallied against recent threats to the art of satire.
“Boyhood” won best movie and drama, and Linklater picked up the accolade for best director. Patricia Arquette won best supporting actress.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s “Birdman,” also came out well with Micheal Keaton winning best actor in a comedy or musical for its lead.
However, in a shock move, “Birdman” was upset by Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” for best film, comedy or musical.
Elsewhere, “The Theory of Everything,” the story of Stephen Hawking’s descent into disability as a young man, won best drama actor honors for British actor Eddie Redmayne, as well as best original score.
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