The winner of the 2024 Golden Globes for best actress in a comedy or musical motion picture is announced.

The Awards goes to “poor things” actress emma stone.

The Color Purple’s Fantasia Barrino, No Hard Feelings’ Jennifer Lawrence, May December’s Natalie Portman, Fallen Leaves’ Alma Pöysti, Barbie’s Margot Robbie, and Poor Things’ Emma Stone were among the contenders. Stone, 35, ended up taking home the award.

Stone received thunderous cheers from pal Taylor Swift and fellow nominee Lawrence, 33, as she approached the stage.

The actress gushed over her spouse, Dave McCary, at the start of her address. The couple tied the knot in 2020.

Emma Stone In Poor Things

“Thank you, this is fantastic. “Dave, I need to get started with you right away,” she said. “You have my undying love. I’m grateful for what you’ve done.”

Stone then expressed her gratitude to Willem Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo, and Ramy Youssef, her co-stars in Poor Things, for making “every day an absolute joy” on the set.

The cast in the movie is amazing. This is our third collaboration, Tony [McNamara]. Our writer, Tony,” she said. “I like to scare you with my heavy Australian accent while carrying out our chat. Tony, you’re the greatest.

“Yorgos, I don’t know what I could say to you that I haven’t said to you already,” Stone remarked of filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos. But I’ll always be happy that we crossed paths. Indefinitely. And it was amazing to play Bella.

This seems like a rom-com. I perceive this as a romantic comedy, but in the sense that Bella embraces both the good and the terrible in equal measure and falls in love with life itself instead of a person. And that truly changed the way I saw life,” she continued. “And that everything matters and counts equally. This means the world to me since she has stuck with me through thick and thin. I really appreciate it.

Starring as Frankenstein’s monster in Lanthimos and McNamara’s follow-up to their Oscar-winning The Favourite is Stone. When Willem Dafoe’s scientist discovered her body, the brain she had been carrying was put into her.

Stone is the star and producer of The Curse, a psychedelic television series, as well as Poor Things. She received her seventh and eighth acting nominations at the Globes for both in the same year. She previously won the statuette for La La Land in 2018 and went on to win an Oscar for the film.

“Poor Things”

For the award, Stone had competition from a number of similarly gifted women, such as Barrino from The Color Purple.

Barrino, 39, is a Grammy Award and American Idol season 3 winner with more music awards than acting ones. That is about to change, thanks to her portrayal of the oppressed Celie in the newest adaptation of Alice Walker’s well-loved classic, The Color Purple.

In the film adaptation of the Broadway hit, which has an executive produced by Oprah Winfrey and stars Danielle Brooks, Taraji P. Henson, and Colman Domingo as costars, Barrino reprises her portrayal from the 2005 Broadway production.

Lawrence, 33, is well-known to Golden Globe voters. She has had six nominations thus far, and in only four years, she has won three awards: for Silver Linings Playbook (2013), American Hustle (2014), and Joy (2016).

The fact that she won a Golden Globe for the co-written and directed film No Hard Feelings by Gene Stupnitsky shows that she is the reigning champ in the comedy or musical film categories. The Oscar winner Andrew Barth Feldman portrays a local in Montauk, New York, who responds to an advertisement to date a bashful recent high school graduate.

In Todd Haynes’ May December, Portman, 42, plays an actress who was perhaps influenced by the actual Mary Kay Letourneau incident.

The movie stars Julianne Moore and Charles Melton, two more Golden Globe contenders. This is Portman’s seventh nomination overall; she won statuettes for Closer in 2005 and Black Swan in 2011.

a Finnish actress well-known in the United States for her role as Tove Jansson in the biography The 42-year-old Tove Pöysti is a fresh face at the Golden Globes. Her performance in Fallen Leaves has garnered festival recognition and a nomination for a Satellite Award, in addition to her first nomination there.

The Finnish-German romantic comedy by Aki Kaurismäki fully displays Pöysti’s allure and leading lady magnetism. She portrays a woman who, albeit brief, has a passionate relationship with a lonely guy (Jussi Vatanen).

Not even Robbie, 33, the film’s producer-star who personally chose co-writer and director Greta Gerwig, could have foreseen Barbie’s explosive rise to the top of the box office in 2023. Robbie was nominated for four Globes, and her major role as the titular Mattel doll, with her vivacious yet poignant performance, was a surefire winner for comedy or musical picture honors.

One of Barbie’s top nine Golden Globe nominations comes in the newly created category of box office and cinematic accomplishment.

The best movies and TV shows of the year were recognized at the 81st Golden Globe Awards, which were hosted by comedian Jo Koy at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

Barbie had the most nominations for films with nine, followed by Oppenheimer with eight and Poor Things and Killers of the Flower Moon with seven each. The last season of Succession received nine nominations in the television categories, with The Bear and Only Murders in the Building coming in second and third with five nominations each.

Poor Things in top 10

Poor Things from Searchlight Pictures completed the top 10 this weekend, and American Fiction from Amazon MGM Studios kept up its slow burn. Both movies are nominated for major prizes at the Golden Globes this evening.

According to Kevin Wilson, head of theatrical distribution at Amazon MGM, the results indicate that “positive word-of-mouth is percolating” and that American Fiction is doing well in both “smarthouse” and commercial theaters. Next week, it will reach 600 places nationwide.

He said the audience honors from the fall film festival “told us that audiences were embracing and championing” the movie, and they were witnessing it in the theater business.


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