Live coverage replay: 'Boyhood' wins big at Golden Globes
Patricia Arquette, from left, Lorelei Linklater, Richard Linklater, Ellar Coltrane and Ethan Hawke pose in the press room with the award for best motion picture (drama) for 'Boyhood' at the Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. (Invision / Jordan Strauss)
Karolyn Coorsh, CTVNews.ca
Published Sunday, January 11, 2015 6:56PM EST
Last Updated Sunday, January 11, 2015 11:54PM EST
The biggest stars in Hollywood celebrated the best in film and television at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony, which was televised live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on Sunday night. Here's a replay of CTVNews.ca's live coverage:
"Boyhood" wins best picture at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards.
Eddie Redmayne takes the best actor award for his portrayal of physicist Stephen Hawking in the biopic "The Theory of Everything."
Julianne Moore wins best actress in a film (drama) for her role as a linguistics professor diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in "Still Alice."
While we wait to find out which film will take top honours at the Golden Globes, here's a photo of Jack Black hamming it up backstage:
"Grand Budapest Hotel" wins the Golden Globe for best film in the comedy/musical category.
Michael Keaton wins the best actor trophy for "Birdman."
And the Golden Globe for best actress in a TV series (drama): Ruth Wilson in "The Affair."
Richard Linklater wins best director for "Boyhood," a movie that was filmed over the course of 12 years. "This was a very personal film for me," Linklater said.
In his acceptance speech, George Clooney spoke briefly about the rallies held worldwide Saturday in the wake of the attacks on Paris, calling it an "extraordinary day." He said demonstrators marched in support of freedom. "We will not walk in fear."
Clooney also thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for "keeping small films alive" and paid tribute to his wife Amal Alamuddin Clooney, who he married in 2014:
"Amal, whatever alchemy it is that brought us together I couldn’t be more proud to be your husband."
Julianna Margulies and Don Cheadle introduce a video honouring George Clooney, who is receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award tonight at the Golden Globes.
Eight-time Golden Globe nominee Kevin Spacey nabs his first win: Best actor for his role on the series "House of Cards."
Spacey didn't hold back in his acceptance speech: "I can't (expletive) believe I've won."
Here's the actor on the red carpet with co-star Kate Mara earlier tonight:
"The Affair" wins for best TV series -- drama. The other nominees were "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones" "The Good Wife," and "House of Cards."
Maggie Gyllenhaal wins for best actress in a miniseries or TV movie for "The Honorable Woman." It's her first Golden Globe win.
Russia's "Leviathan" wins the Golden Globe for best foreign film.
First-time nominee Jeffrey Tambor wins best actor in a TV series for his role as a transgender woman in "Transparent." Dedicates his award to the transgender community: "Thank you for your courage."
Comedian Margaret Cho, in character as a North Korean military general, makes an appearance onstage with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Here she is earlier in the show, posing for a picture with Meryl Streep:
Meryl Streep, Margaret Cho, and Movies Wow! pic.twitter.com/mgY8bF4tph— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) January 12, 2015
Patricia Arquette beats out some tough competition -- including Meryl Streep and Jessica Chastain -- to take the best supporting actress award for her role in the film "Boyhood."
Presenter Jared Leto pays tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks, telling the people of France that "our thoughts and prayers are with you tonight."
Amy Adams wins best actress in a comedy for "Big Eyes."
"The Normal Heart" star Matt Bomer wins best supporting actor in a TV series.
Prince presents John Legend and Common with the award for best original song in a motion picture -- "Glory" for the film “Selma.”
Award presenters Benedict Cumberbatch and Jennifer Aniston mug for the camera backstage at the Golden Globes.
Gina Rodriguez wins best actress in a TV comedy series for "Jane The Virgin."
"Transparent" wins for best TV comedy series.
Standing ovation as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association pays tribute to the victims of recent attacks in Paris: "Together, we will stand united against anyone who would repress free speech, anywhere from North Korea to Paris."
Fargo snaps up two Golden Globes. Best TV series, and Billy Bob Thornton wins for best actor in a TV series.
It didn’t take long for Golden Globe hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to launch into the scandals currently plaguing Hollywood during their opening monologue. Fey said she was excited to celebrate “all of the movies that North Korea was OK with,” referring to the hacking attack against Sony Pictures in response to the movie “The Interview.”
As the three-hour ceremony got underway, Fey and Poehler also made references to Bill Cosby and the recent allegations of sexual assault involving the comedian.
J.K. Simmons, who stars in “Whiplash,” took the first award of the evening: best supporting actor in a motion picture.
Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt followed, taking the award for best supporting actress in a TV movie, series of miniseries.
Pastels, shimmery metallics and vibrant reds are the fashion themes of the night as stars make their way to the Golden Globe Award ceremony in Beverly Hills. Here’s best actress nominee Reese Witherspoon with author Cheryl Strayed, whom the actress portrays in the film “Wild.”
With less than 30 minutes until showtime, Hollywood heavyweights are flooding the red carpet at the Golden Globes.
A dapper George Clooney, who is set to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award tonight, arrived on the red carpet with his wife, Amal Alamuddin Clooney. She is dressed in a flowing, one off the shoulder black gown and white gloves.
Actress Helen Mirren arrived on the red carpet with a pen pinned to her dress, in tribute to the victims of the attack at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in France earlier this week.
What's in store tonight:
The three-hour star-studded show will honour the best 2014 had to offer on TV and in film, as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will get things started when the ceremony kicks off 8 p.m. ET.