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2022 Golden Globe Awards - 'Dog Power' and 'Succession' are Biggest Winners - News

2022 Golden Globe Awards – ‘Dog Power’ and ‘Succession’ are Biggest Winners – News


The winners of the 25 film and television categories were announced Monday night in Beverly Hills. The 79th Globe Awards were held without nominees and stars. The names of the winners were announced on the social networking sites of the organization.

Western “The Power of the Dog” won a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Film. He beat candidates like “Belfast” and “Dion”, among others. Director Jane Campion also won a Globe Award for Director.


Jane Campion won a Golden Globe for Best Director for the Western film The Power of a Dog.


Last year, director Chloe Chow won a Director’s Globe Award for the road movie “Nomadland.” For decades, only a few female directors were nominated. Barbra Streisand was the only Globe winner in the directing department for “Yentl” (1984) before Zhao.

Nicole Kidman and Will Smith prevail

Actress Nicole Kidman won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama. She won the award with her leading role in “Being the Ricardos”.

Kidman featured, among others, Kristen Stewart (“Spencer”), Jessica Chastain (“Tami Faye’s Eyes”), and Lady Gaga (“House of Gucci”).


Nicole Kidman won the 2022 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Drama for her performance in Being the Ricardos.

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American actor Will Smith won a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Actor. He received the award with his leading role in the sports drama “King Richard”. In addition to Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch (“Dog Power”) and Denzel Washington (“Macbeth”) were also nominated.

Best Dramatic Actor: The Nominees

Media drama “Succession” wins three Golden Globes

The family saga “Caliphate” is the biggest winner in the series categories with three awards. A dark satire about a family’s power struggle at a media company wins Best Drama Series.


Sarah Snook and Brian Cox in a scene from “The Succession”.


Jeremy Strong also won Best Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of his exiled son Kendall Roy. Sarah Snook won Best Supporting Actress in Television for her role as Siobhan “Chef” Roy.

3rd Golden Globe for Hans Zimmer

Star composer Hans Zimmer won another Golden Globe. Born in Frankfurt, he won an award for his adaptation of the science fiction play “Dune”.

This was his 14th nomination in the “Best Film Music” category. He already has two Globes, 1995 for “The Lion King” and 2001 for “Gladiator”.


Le Roche and Hans Zimmer at the premiere of Dune at the Venice Biennale.

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