And now it appears that deal is done — at least according to the award-winning Netflix show’s most recent Princess Margaret, Vanessa Kirby, who shared a photo of herself and Bonham Carter to Instagram on Saturday.
“Honored @thecrownnetflix,” Kirby, 29, captioned the shot.
Representatives for Netflix did not immediately respond to People’s request for comment, but the streaming network has already announced that Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman
As expected, Big Little Lies, The Handmaid's Tale and Feud: Bette and Joan were well represented in terms of wins while Netflix racked up 20 nominations, but how many of them became wins?
Find out below!
Best Drama Series
American Gods (Starz)
The Crown (Netflix )
Game of Thrones (HBO)
The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) — Winner
Stranger Things (Netflix) This Is Us (NBC)
Best Actor In A Drama Series
Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us (NBC) — Winner
Paul Giamatti – Billions (Showtime)
Freddie Highmore – Bates Motel (A&E)
Ian McShane – American Gods (Starz)
Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul (AMC)
Liev Schreiber – Ray Donovan (Showtime)
Best Actress In A Drama Series
Caitriona Balfe – Outlander (Starz)
Christine Baranski – The Good Fight (CBS All Access)
Claire Foy – The Crown (Netflix)
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Netflix entered the race with the highest number of nominations (20 total!), though FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan had the distinct honor of being the most-nominated individual series. But as we were reminded during the broadcast, getting nominated is just the first step.
Scroll down for the complete list of TV nominees and winners, which will be updated throughout the night,
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Like clockwork, Hirokazu Kore-eda has just announced a new project after we locked this list, so we’ll
The London Evening Standard newspaper reported last week that Bonham Carter was “all but confirmed” to take on the role of Queen Elizabeth’s younger, rebellious sister. (Olivia Colman has been announced as taking over from Claire Foy as the Queen.)
And she’s certainly got the pedigree for the job: Bonham Carter not only played Margaret’s mom, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother in the 2010 movie The King’s Speech, but her real-life grandmother
While Meyers — who delivered an opening monologue that focused heavily on the sexual harassment scandals that have rocked Hollywood in recent months — didn’t arrive until 10:30 p.m., the bash was already packed with his famous friends.
According to an onlooker, nominee Jessica Biel and her husband Justin Timberlake “seemed so happy and in love” all night long as they showed off their moves on the dance floor.
“They couldn’t take their eyes off one another,
The awards season kicked off last night at the lavish Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 75th Golden Globes ceremony. Politically charged and dominated by last year’s sexual harassment allegations, the women of the big and small screen came out in solidarity with each other by wearing black and Time’s Up pins. Nevertheless, it was Cecil B. De Mille recipient, Oprah Winfrey that stole the show with her presidential style speech in which she stated: “I want all of the girls watching here now to know, that a new day is on the horizon.”
As for the awards themselves, on the film front, Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing Missouri won four awards. Guillermo del Toro won best director for The Shape of Water, the film had the most nominations of the night. Gary Oldman won best actor in a drama for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour,
Three Billboards picked up four awards in total, adding Best Screenplay, Best Actress – Drama (Frances McDormand) and Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell) to its Best Picture honour, as did Big Little Lies, with Nicole Kidman (Best Actress), Laura Dern (Best Supporting Actress) and Alexander Skarsgard (Best Supporting Actor) all honoured in their respective categories.
Check out a full list of winners here…
Best Picture – Drama:
“Call Me by Your Name”
“The Shape of Water”
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
With the exception of just a few stars, almost every actress who hit the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Sunday was dressed in black, as part of the "Time's Up" blackout, protesting gender inequality and sexual harassment that has long plagued Hollywood.
The red carpet is normally a place where celebrities are put on a pedestal. We marvel over who they're wearing, who had the best (and worst!) head-to-toe looks. But this year, it was about something more. It was about enacting change, and getting people to talk about the issues that celebrities like Rose McGowan, Ashley Judd and Reese Witherspoon have bravely brought to national attention over the past few months.
Needless to say, it worked. The movement got everyone talking, and the A-listers spent their interview time explaining why they chose to speak up
The new film is being directed by Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead, Don’t Breathe) and sees The Crown’s Claire Foy taking on the role of Lisbeth Salander, with Sverrir Gudnason (Borg/McEnroe) portraying Mikael Blomkvist.
The Girl in the Spider’s Web is based upon David Lagercrantz’s novel, the fourth in the Millennium series and the first not to be penned by the late Stieg Larsson. Also featuring in the cast are Sylvia Hoeks (Blade Runner 2049) as Lisbeth’s twin sister Camilla, Claes Bang (The Square) as the villain and Cameron Britton (Mindhunter) as a computer expert and associate of Lisbeth.
The worlds of TV and movies united at the 75th annual Golden Globes, presented live at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, with Seth Meyers as host.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was the film to dominate the night with four wins, including best picture (drama) and best actress (drama) for Frances McDormand’s performance. Lady Bird also did well, netting best picture (comedy) and best actress (comedy or musical) for Saoirse Ronan.
HBO’s smash Big Little Lies dominated the competition on the TV side with four awards, including honors for stars Nicole Kidman,
Best Television Series — Drama
The Crown, Netflix
Game of Thrones, HBO
The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu - Winner
Stranger Things, Netflix
This Is Us, NBC
Best Television Series — Comedy
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon - Winner
Master of None, Netflix
Will & Grace, NBC
Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Big Little Lies, HBO - Winner
Feud: Bette and Joan, FX
The Sinner, USA
Top of the Lake: China Girl, Sundance TV
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Drama
Jason Bateman, Ozark
Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us - Winner
Freddie Highmore, The Good Doctor
As expected, actors and actresses wore black on the red carpet to symbolize their solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and those fighting for gender inequality in the workplace; many shared with Et the significance the Time's Up initiative has to them personally.
While the red carpet became a place for thoughtful discussion and powerful statements, it was also a place to celebrate the night's nominees. Female-led shows like Big Little Lies and Feud: Bette and Joan led the pack with six and four nominations each, while on the film side, The Shape of Water earned seven nominations. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Post tied with six nominations each.
See which of your favorites took home trophies below.
The win comes after the show’s star Elisabeth Moss took home the Golden Globe for her role as Offred, a quiet but shrewd rebel against a horrifically patriarchal society.
Streaming services accounted for most of the nominations this year, with Netflix hit series The Crown and Stranger Things earning nods. HBO’s Game of Thrones was also nominated for the award for the fifth time and has yet to win.
Be sure to check out People’s full Golden Globes coverage
The Handmaid’s Tale star has won the 2018 Golden Globe award for best performance in a television series, drama.
The actress, 35, took special care to mention Margaret Atwood, whose book inspired the drama, and all the women who spoke out about sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
“This is from Margaret Atwood: ‘We were the people who were not in the papers, we lived in the blank white spaces at the edge of print, it gave us more freedom, we lived in the gaps between the stories.’ Margaret Atwood, this is for you and
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