'Bohemian Rhapsody' Wins Best Motion Picture Drama at Golden Globes

'Bohemian Rhapsody' Wins Best Motion Picture Drama at Golden Globes

'Bohemian Rhapsody' Wins Best Motion Picture Drama at Golden Globes

We'll find out at Sunday night's 76th annual Golden Globes, the frisky and often unpredictable Hollywood awards show that may offer some clues to which actors and films will be honored at the Academy Awards next month.

The big win was preceded by Rami Malek winning Best Actor - Drama for his performance as Mercury.

One of the first questions posed to the filmmakers and Malek backstage was whether Singer's departure had been a big hurdle for the film.

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"If I could take a moment here in all honesty, I said "Yes" to the fear of being on this stage tonight because I wanted to be here to look out into this audience and witness this moment of change", Oh said.

"Green Book", which follows a tour between pianist Don Shirley and Tony Vallelonga, won best picture (musical or comedy) and best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali.

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Netflix comedy The Kominsky Method took home the best comedy series trophy and best actor honours for Michael Douglas. "We have to say I can do that and I should be allowed to do that".

Malek thanked Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as Mercury for providing the role of a lifetime.

Spanish language Roma, a semi-autobiographical film by legendary Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron, snatched the foreign language category and best directing.

British actress Olivia Coleman was a victor for bawdy historical romp "The Favourite". The victor of the bunch being Green Book. There was no mention of President Trump or the government shutdown, although the pair made jokes about identity politics and cultural appropriation.

During his acceptance speech he thanked his late father, Lloyd Bridges, and pulled up his sleeve to reveal his dad's cuff links.

One of the night's more poignant moments came when Steve Carell presented an inaugural award - named for TV legend Carol Burnett - to Burnett herself.

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