Boyhood and Birdman triumph at the Golden Globes 2015

The Golden Globes 2015 have left an interesting distribution of prizes. Starting with ‘Boyhood’, with awards as the best drama of the year and best director (collected by Richard Linklater).

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Meanwhile Eddie Redmayne could approach the Oscar 2015 for his starring role in the drama movie ‘The Theory of Everything’. An interpretive contest that would develop against Michael Keaton, also winner as best actor in a leading role in comedy for his great work on ‘Birdman’.

Instead precisely ‘Birdman’ not won the title for best comedy film, award that relapsed in also acclaimed ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’. Although Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu himself was recognized as the best writer of the year for ‘Birdman’ (screenplay co-written with Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Danelaris and Armando Bo).

Amy Adams, one of the most successful in Hollywood actresses, it seems that she could opt back to the 2015 Oscar for her work in ‘Big Eyes’ by Tim Burton. The 2015 Golden Globe for Best Actress in comedy went for her.

The film ‘Selma’, one of the candidates for the Golden Globes 2015 was finally forgotten in the great prizes. Taking, that yes, best original song for ‘Glory’ by John Legend and Common.

Within the interesting category of best animated film the prize was awarded for ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’, overtaking ‘The Lego Movie’ or ‘Big Hero 6’ of Pixar and Marvel.

In the television series, Kevin Spacey harvested a new success for his role in the drama series set in the high politics of the United States ‘House of Cards’ with its third season just around the corner and starting it promotion these days.

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