Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans” and dark comedy “The Banshees of Inisherin” landed the top movie awards at the Golden Globes on Tuesday as Hollywood returned to a show that had been knocked off television by scandal.
“The Fabelmans,” a coming-of-age story based on Spielberg’s teen years, was named best movie drama at the star-studded ceremony.
Meanwhile, Colin Farrell won lead actor in a movie musical or comedy for portraying Padraic Suilleabhain, a man trying to repair a soured friendship, in the dark Irish comedy “The Banshees of Inisherin.”
The dark comedy, based on feuding friends on an Irish island, also won best movie musical or comedy.
Farrell thanked his fellow cast members, including “Jenny the Donkey”.
Young “Elvis” star Austin Butler was named best actor in a movie drama for playing rock music legend Elvis Presley and seemed overwhelmed to accept the honour in front of many of the top names in show business.
“I’m in this room with all my heroes,” Butler said. “I can’t believe I’m here.
“Brad (Pitt), I love you. Quentin (Tarantino), I printed out the script of ‘Pulp Fiction’ when I was 12 years old.”
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