The Golden Globes finished last night in Beverly Hills and, while there were big wins for Disney’s range of programming, the night didn’t go quite as well for House of the Dragon’s Milly Alcock.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, a Netflix-produced and funded film, took home the Best Animated Picture gong this year. Receiving the award, del Toro said: “Animation is cinema, and not a genre for kids; it’s a medium.”
The stop-motion film had a very long gestation, having been announced in 2008. However, once Netflix picked up the rights to the film and its development in 2018, the project got back on track.
HBO’s House of the Dragon, which streams locally on Binge, meanwhile, picked up the Best Drama Series award. But, while British actress Emma D’Arcy was nominated for Best TV Actress – Drama Series, Australia’s own Milly Alcock stole the show.
Having clearly had a few too many and clinging to D’Arcy on stage, Alcock was hiding her face, giggling, and pointed at someone in the audience.
Milly Alcock wasted at the golden globes is top tier pic.twitter.com/vE2YJt1fKy
— quincy (@qlou112) January 11, 2023
Abbott Elementary, which streams on Disney+ in Australia and New Zealand, picked up a bunch of awards, including Best Musical/ Comedy Series. Quinta Brunson, who played the lead Janine Teagues, won the Best TV Actress in a musical or comedy series. Tyler James Williams, meanwhile, picked up the Best Supporting Actor for a TV Series for his role as Gregory Eddie.
The Bear’s Jeremy Allen White picked up the Best Television Actor for a musical or comedy series. The show, which again streams on Disney+, was nominated for the Best Musical or Comedy Series award but lost out to Abbott Elementary.
The White Lotus, released on Binge and Foxtel Now in Australia, picked up the Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture gong. Everyone’s favourite Jennifer Coolidge, meanwhile, won Best Supporting Actress – Television Limited Series/Motion Picture.
Cate Blanchett also picked up the Best Actress in a motion picture award for her role in TÁR. However, she did not attend the awards.
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