The glitzy event started Hollywood’s yearly awards season, which ends with the Oscars on March 10. It was also the first time that the biggest stars got together since actors and writers went on strike for six months in 2023. After months of being banned, the event gave actors and actresses a chance to meet each other and promote their movies and TV shows.
The event aired live on CBS and was streamed at the same time for Paramount+ and Showtime subscribers (PARA.O). The film “Oppenheimer” won the coveted award for Best Drama, showing how powerful the story and performances were that captivated viewers. The award for Best Comedy or Musical went to “Poor Things,” a dark comedy with Emma Stone as a dead woman who comes back to life. It beat out the female empowerment hit “Barbie.”
The skilled actors and actresses showed off their skills on the big screen, and they got a lot of praise in a lot of different categories. The award for Best Actor in a Drama went to Cillian Murphy for his outstanding performance in “Oppenheimer.” The award for Best Actress in a Drama went to Lily Gladstone for her work in “Killers of the Flower Moon.” The award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical went to Paul Giamatti for his work in “The Holdovers.” The award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical went to Emma Stone for her stunning performance in “Poor Things.”
Supporting parts were also recognized. Robert Downey Jr. won the award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in “Oppenheimer,” and Da’Vine Joy Randolph won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in “The Holdovers.” The exceptional direction of Christopher Nolan in “Oppenheimer” was recognized with the award for Best Director, which added to the film’s gripping story.
“The Boy and the Heron” won the prestigious award for Best Animated Film, which shows how great the story and animation were. “Anatomy of a Fall,” which was made in France, won awards as the Best Non-English Language Film, recognizing its cultural importance and cinematic effect. The script for “Anatomy of a Fall” was also praised for how well it told a story and how well it was written. Additionally, the original music of “Oppenheimer” was praised for adding an emotional and evocative layer to the story, and the original song “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie” captivated audiences and earned praise. Additionally, “Barbie” was recognized for its impressive achievements in the film business and at the box office, which shows how popular and influential it is in the field.
When it comes to TV shows, “Succession” won the award for Best Drama Series and “The Bear” won the award for Best Comedy/Musical Series. A lot of actors and actresses got praise for their work. Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook were praised for their parts in “Succession,” and Matthew Macfadyen was praised for his supporting role. The award for Best Supporting Actress went to Elizabeth Debicki for her work in “The Crown.” The award for Best Actor and Actress in a Comedy/Musical went to Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri for their work in “The Bear.”
The best material in limited series, anthology series, or made-for-television movies was also recognized. “Beef” won the award for Best Limited Series. The movies “Beef” gave Steven Yeun and Ali Wong great performances, which got them named Best Male Actor and Best Female Actor, respectively. “Armageddon,” Ricky Gervais’s stand-up comedy show, was also praised for being one of the best comedy shows ever on TV.