How to watch the Golden Globes 2016 Best New Actor performance
Golden Globe nominees will be announced on Sunday, January 12, with nominees nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture and Best Supporting Actor in their respective categories.
Here’s a rundown of the Best Actor nominees and what you need to know.
Here are the nominations and winners in their own words: Best Motion Picture, Drama: Brie Larson for Spotlight (ABC)Brie Larson won Best Motion Pictures, Drama for her portrayal of a woman who works as a prostitute in Spotlight, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, in the Academy Award-winning film about the lives of four former CIA agents who were exposed to an exotic and deadly substance that left them in a deep state of psychosis.
Larson, who plays Carol, also won Best Actress for her role as a transgender woman who becomes the focus of a powerful and often violent drama that takes her to the brink of suicide.
Best Supporting Actress: Anya Taylor-Joy for Best Supporting Female Actor in the Motion Picture category for The Revenant (Warner Bros.)
Taylor-Joy also won the Best Supporting Male Actor award for his role in The Revenants, which is based on the true story of an Appalachian man who found himself on a life-changing mission to recover a diamond ring that he had hidden for years in a trunk.
Best Screenplay, Comedy: Wes Anderson for La La Land (Sony Pictures Classics)La La Land’s Oscar-winning writer Wes Anderson won Best Adapted Screenplay for La la land, his adaptation of a story of two brothers and their relationship, which also won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.
Best Animated Feature: Finding Dory (Disney/Pixar) Finding Dories star Idris Elba won Best Animated Feature for his film Finding Dora, which stars the adorable panda and her best friend, Dory, who joins the search for her father in a Disney/PIXAR production.
Best Original Song: “Mama” by Beyoncé for Lemonade (Beyonce)Beyonce won the award for Best Music Video, which was produced by Beyonce.
Best Cinematography: Birdman (Sony) Birdman was a huge hit at the box office and won Best Director at the Academy Awards for its visual style, which blends realism and animation, as well as for the work of cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki.
Best Foreign Language Film: Doha (Bruno Mars) Doha, which will be released in 2018, follows the lives and exploits of a group of young refugees fleeing from an oppressive country in the Middle East, won Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars and is the story of a young boy who must become the center of a growing movement to save the world from terrorism.
Best Sound Editing: Black Panther (Marvel Studios) Black Panther, directed by Joe Robert Cole, won a Golden Globe for Best Sound Editing at the 2016 Academy Awards.
Best Editing on a Feature Film: A Fantastic Woman (Riccardo Mastroianni) A Fantastic Women won an Academy Award for Best Editing at this year’s Academy Awards, and this year it was nominated for the Best Sound Mixing Award for its sound design.
Best Visual Effects: The Great Wall (Warcraft) The Great War was a smash hit at box office with a $1.2 billion box office take, which made it one of the biggest box office hits of all time.
It also earned a record $8.3 million in international box office receipts, according to the film’s official website.
The Great Wall will open in China in May 2019 and then open in the U.S. in November 2019.
Best Picture, Musical or Comedy: Inside Out (Disney) Inside Out won Best Musical or Comedies at the Golden Globe Awards, which are the largest prize show of the year.
The film also earned an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects at the 2017 Oscars.
Best Foreign Language Feature: La La land (Disney), directed by Wes Anderson (Fox) La La landing was a box office smash that earned $2.2 million at the domestic box office, which makes it one the biggest-grossing films of all-time in Spanish-speaking markets.
La La lands won Best Cinematic Presentation at the 2015 Academy Awards and is an adaptation of the novel by Brazilian writer Carlos Ezquerra.
Best Documentaries: La la Land (Disney Films), directed and produced by Luca Guadagnino (Fox), won a Best Documentarian at the 2013 Academy Awards; it was the first animated feature to win a Best Animated Film Oscar.
Best Original Song (with vocals), Comedy: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Nick Jonas (Rihanna)Rihannanna’s song “I Want You Back” is nominated for its Comedy Song Oscar at this years Oscars.
Best Sound Design: Birdmans “Lemonade” (Disney Pictures), directed By