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January 14th, 2008 8:53am EST favorite Add to My News
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet StreetJohnny Depp's dark musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street was a double winner at the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Depp himself claimed his first Globe after being nominated seven times - he took home gold in the Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical category and the Tim Burton film was named one of the night's two Best Films.

Acclaimed TV drama Mad Men also celebrated two awards, claiming the Best TV Drama Series and Best TV Actor honors at the Globes.

It was a semi-disappointing night for Kiera Knightley's period drama Atonement, which led the nominations for the Globes with seven; it claimed one prize for Best Drama.

The actual Golden Globes ceremony was scrapped earlier this month after Writers Guild of America union bosses refused to grant organizers a waiver.

The threat of picket lines at the glitzy event prompted many TV and film stars nominated for awards to pull out of attending the Globes. As a result, the three-hour-ceremony was reduced to an hour-long TV press conference, during which all the winners were announced.

List Of Winners (In Bold):

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AtonementPicture, Drama: ''American Gangster,'' ''Atonement,'' ''Eastern Promises,'' ''The Great Debaters,'' ''Michael Clayton,'' ''No Country for Old Men,'' ''There Will Be Blood.''

Actress, Drama: Cate Blanchett, ''Elizabeth: The Golden Age''; Julie Christie, ''Away From Her''; Jodie Foster, ''The Brave One''; Angelina Jolie, ''A Mighty Heart''; Kiera Knightley, ''Atonement.''

Actor, Drama: George Clooney, ''Michael Clayton''; Daniel Day-Lewis, ''There Will Be Blood''; James McAvoy, ''Atonement''; Viggo Mortensen, ''Eastern Promises''; Denzel Washington, ''American Gangster.''

Picture, Musical or Comedy: ''Across the Universe,'' ''Charlie Wilson's War,'' ''Hairspray,'' ''Juno,'' ''Sweeney Todd.''

Actress, Musical or Comedy: Amy Adams, ''Enchanted''; Nikki Blonsky, ''Hairspray''; Helena Bonham Carter, ''Sweeney Todd''; Marion Cotillard, ''La Vie En Rose''; Ellen Page, ''Juno.''

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Johnny Depp, ''Sweeney Todd''; Ryan Gosling, ''Lars and the Real Girl''; Tom Hanks, ''Charlie Wilson's War''; Philip Seymour Hoffman, ''The Savages''; John C. Reilly, ''Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.''

Cate BlanchettSupporting Actress: Cate Blanchett, ''I'm Not There''; Julia Roberts, ''Charlie Wilson's War''; Saoirse Ronan, ''Atonement''; Amy Ryan, ''Gone Baby Gone''; Tilda Swinton, ''Michael Clayton.''

Supporting Actor: Casey Affleck, ''The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford''; Javier Bardem, ''No Country for Old Men''; Philip Seymour Hoffman, ''Charlie Wilson's War''; John Travolta, ''Hairspray''; Tom Wilkinson, ''Michael Clayton.''

Director: Tim Burton, ''Sweeney Todd''; Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, ''No Country for Old Men''; Julian Schnabel, ''The Diving Bell and the Butterfly''; Ridley Scott, ''American Gangster''; Joe Wright, ''Atonement.''

Screenplay: Diablo Cody, ''Juno''; Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, ''No Country for Old Men''; Christopher Hampton, ''Atonement''; Ronald Harwood, ''The Diving Bell and the Butterfly''; Aaron Sorkin, ''Charlie Wilson's War.''

Foreign Language: ''4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days,'' Romania; ''The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,'' France and U.S.; ''The Kite Runner,'' U.S.; ''Lust, Caution,'' Taiwan; ''Persepolis,'' France.

RatatouilleAnimated Film: ''Bee Movie,'' ''Ratatouille,'' ''The Simpsons Movie.''

Original Score: Michael Brook, Kaki King, Eddie Vedder, ''Into the Wild''; Clint Eastwood, ''Grace Is Gone''; Alberto Iglesias, ''The Kite Runner''; Dario Marianelli, ''Atonement''; Howard Shore, ''Eastern Promises.''

Original Song: ''Despedida'' from ''Love in the Time of Cholera''; ''Grace Is Gone'' from ''Grace Is Gone''; ''Guaranteed'' from ''Into the Wild''; ''That's How You Know'' from ''Enchanted''; ''Walk Hard'' from ''Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.''


TELEVISION:

Series, Drama: ''Big Love,'' HBO; ''Damages,'' FX Networks; ''Grey's Anatomy,'' ABC; ''House,'' Fox; ''Mad Men,'' AMC; ''The Tudors,'' Showtime.

Glenn CloseActress, Drama: Patricia Arquette, ''Medium''; Glenn Close, ''Damages''; Minnie Driver, ''The Riches''; Edie Falco, ''The Sopranos''; Sally Field, ''Brothers & Sisters''; Holly Hunter, ''Saving Grace''; Kyra Sedgwick, ''The Closer.''

Actor, Drama: Michael C. Hall, ''Dexter''; Jon Hamm, ''Mad Men''; Hugh Laurie, ''House''; Jonathan Rhys Meyers, ''The Tudors''; Bill Paxton, ''Big Love.''

Series, Musical or Comedy: ''30 Rock,'' NBC; ''Californication,'' Showtime; ''Entourage,'' HBO; ''Extras,'' HBO; ''Pushing Daisies,'' ABC.

Actress, Musical or Comedy: Christina Applegate, ''Samantha Who?''; America Ferrera, ''Ugly Betty''; Tina Fey, ''30 Rock''; Anna Friel, ''Pushing Daisies''; Mary-Louise Parker, ''Weeds.''

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Alec Baldwin, ''30 Rock''; Steve Carell, ''The Office''; David Duchovny, ''Californication''; Ricky Gervais, ''Extras''; Lee Pace, ''Pushing Daisies.''

Tina FeyMiniseries or Movie: ''Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee,'' HBO; ''The Company,'' TNT; ''Five Days,'' HBO; ''Longford,'' HBO; ''The State Within,'' BBC America.

Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Bryce Dallas Howard, ''As You Like It''; Debra Messing, ''The Starter Wife''; Queen Latifah, ''Life Support''; Sissy Spacek, ''Pictures of Hollis Woods''; Ruth Wilson, ''Jane Eyre (Masterpiece Theatre).''

Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Adam Beach, ''Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee''; Ernest Borgnine, ''A Grandpa for Christmas''; Jim Broadbent, ''Longford''; Jason Isaacs, ''The State Within''; James Nesbitt, ''Jekyll.''

Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Rose Byrne, ''Damages''; Rachel Griffiths, ''Brothers & Sisters''; Katherine Heigl, ''Grey's Anatomy''; Samantha Morton, ''Longford''; Anna Paquin, ''Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee''; Jaime Pressly, ''My Name Is Earl.''

Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Ted Danson, ''Damages''; Kevin Dillon, ''Entourage''; Jeremy Piven, ''Entourage''; Andy Serkis, ''Longford''; William Shatner, ''Boston Legal''; Donald Sutherland, ''Dirty Sexy Money.''

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)




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