Golden Globes: Red carpet glamour Comedian and Golden Globes host Tina Fey. Picture: Getty Images
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Actor Matthew McConaughey and and model, Camila Alves. Picture: Getty Images

Comedian and Golden Globes host Amy Poehler. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Amy Adams. Picture: Getty Images

Australian actress Naomi Watts. Picture: Getty Images

Naomi Watts and husband Liev Schreiber. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Emma Stone. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Diane Kruger. Picture: Getty Images

The Theory of Everything’s Eddie Redmayne and partner Hannah Bagshawe. Picture: Getty Images

Singer Lorde. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Anna Kendrick. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Julianne Moore. Picture: Getty Images

Jennifer Lopez. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Emily Blunt. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Kate Hudson. Picture: Getty Images

Kelly Osbourne. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Michelle Monaghan. Picture: Getty Images

Gone Girl’s Rosamund Pike. Picture: Getty Images

Annie star Quvenzhane Wallis. Picture: Getty Images

Australian actress Frances O’Connor. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Katherine Heigl. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Kate Beckinsale. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Christine Baranski. Picture: Getty Images

Entourage’s Adrian Grenier. Picture: Getty Images

Entourage’s Ken Dillon and “Turtle”, Jerry Ferrara. Picture: Getty Images

Host of Entertainment Tonight Nancy O’Dell. Picture: Getty Images

Singer Conchita Wurst. Picture: Getty Images

TV personality Giuliana Rancic. Picture: Getty Images

Model Chrissy Teigen and musician John Legend. Picture: Getty Images

TV personality Maria Menounos. Picture: Getty Images

Girls’ star Allison Williams. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Jane Fonda. Picture: Getty Images

Model Heidi Klum. Picture: Getty Images

Actors and siblings Jake and Meg Gyllenhaal. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Helen Mirren. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Keira Knightley and her musician husband James Righton. Picture: Getty Images

Actors Channing Tatum and Jenna Dawson. Picture: Getty Images

Catherine Zeta-Jones. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Katie Holmes. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Jennifer Aniston. Picture: Getty Images

Girls’ Lena Dunham. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Claire Danes. Picture: Getty Images

Actress Reese Witherspoon. Picture: Getty Images

TweetFacebookBoyhood, won best movie, drama; best director for Linklater; and best supporting actress for Patricia Arquette.

Perhaps the chief Oscar rival to Boyhood, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s backstage romp Birdman, also fared well. It won best actor in a comedy or musical for its lead, Michael Keaton.

But in a shocker, Birdman was upset by Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel for best film, comedy or musical. The film was Anderson’s biggest box office hit yet, but not an award season favorite.

Kicking off the show, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler wasted no time in mocking Hollywood’s most tender subjects: the hacking of Sony Pictures over The Interview and the sexual assault allegations against Cosby.

The hosts welcomed Hollywood’s ‘‘despicable, spoiled, minimally talented brats’’ to the Globes to celebrate ‘‘all the movies that North Korea was OK with’’. A North Korea government character, played by Margaret Cho, voiced her displeasure.

The hosts also relished their favourite target: George Clooney. Of the night’s Cecil B DeMille honoree, Fey suggested the lifetime achievement award might have been better off going to his new wife, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney.

The recent terrorist attack in Paris at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo hung heavily over the show. Clooney and others wore ‘‘Je Suis Charlie’’ pins, and Helen Mirren was among the people holding up signs that read the same on the red carpet.

Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Theo Kingma drew a standing ovation for a speech pledging support of free speech ‘‘from North Korea to Paris.’’

The night had an orchestrated but carefree spirit, filled with the usual high dose of glamour, celebrity cameos (Prince!) and even the drink-swilling return of an old Globes villain, the former host Ricky Gervais.

The DreamWorks sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 took best animated film over the favourite, The Lego Movie.

The Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything won best score for Johann Johannsson.

The Russian entry Leviathan took best foreign language film.

In one of the evening’s most hotly contested categories, best actor in a drama, Eddie Redmayne emerged as victorious for his performance as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.

Julianne Moore won best actress in a drama for her startling performance as an academic with early onset Alzheimer’s in Still Alice.

Amy Adams surprised in taking best actress in a comedy or musical for her performance in Big Eyes.

As the only major awards show to honour both movies and TV, the Globes have also benefitted from television’s rise. Fey and Poehler alluded to that by leading the crowd in a call-and-response cheer, chanting ‘‘Movies … Awesome! TV … Better!’’

Amazon, crashing the party like Netflix did before it, celebrated its first Golden Globes for the sexual identity comedy Transparent, winning best TV series, musical or comedy. The show’s star, Jeffery Tambor, landed best actor in the category, dedicating his award to the transgender community.

AMC’s adaptation of the Coen brothers’ acclaimed 1996 film, Fargo, came in the leading TV contender with five nominations and won best miniseries or movie, as well as best actor, miniseries or movie, for Billy Bob Thornton.

Accepting the Globe for best original song for Glory in the civil rights drama Selma, the rapper Common raised the status of the group behind the Globes even higher: ‘‘I want to thank God and the Hollywood Foreign Press.’’

-Picture, Drama: Boyhood.

-Picture, Musical or Comedy: The Grand Budapest Hotel.

-Actor, Drama: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

-Actress, Drama: Julianne Moore, Still Alice.

-Director: Richard Linklater, Boyhood.

-Actor, Musical or Comedy: Michael Keaton, Birdman.

-Actress, Musical or Comedy: Amy Adams, Big Eyes.

-Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash.

-Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood.

-Foreign Language: Leviathan.

-Animated Film: How to Train Your Dragon 2.

-Screenplay: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo, Birdman.

-Original Score: Johann Johannsson, The Theory of Everything.

-Original Song: Glory (music by John Legend, Common), Selma.

-Series, Drama: The Affair.

-Actor, Drama: Kevin Spacey, House of Cards.

-Actress, Drama: Ruth Wilson, The Affair.

-Series, Musical or Comedy: Transparent.

-Actress, Musical or Comedy: Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin.

-Actor, Musical or Comedy: Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent.

-Miniseries or Movie: Fargo.

-Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Honorable Woman.

-Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo.

-Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey.

-Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart.

Previously announced:

Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award: George Clooney.

AP

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