The Facebook drama "The Social Network" took home Best Drama at the 68th Annual Golden Globes Sunday night, with "Black Swan" star Natalie Portman and "The King's Speech" actor Colin Firth scoring top acting awards.
In the Best Comedy or Musical category, the Globes went to "The Kids Are All Right" and its star, Annette Bening, with "Barney's Version" star Paul Giamatti winning Best Actor. The Supporting Actor awards went to Christian Bale and Melissa Leo for "The Fighter."
The awards season heated up Friday when the 16th Annual Critics Choice Awards handed out their prizes to actors Colin Firth, Natalie Portman and films "The Social Network" and "Inception."
"Inception" and "The Social Network" scored the most love from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, with the former receiving most of the technical honors. "Network" was named Best Picture and nabbed three other wins, including Best Director for David Fincher. Portman picked up the award for Best Actress for her turn in "Black Swan," while Firth took home Best Actor for "The King's Speech." Co-stars Christian Bale and Melissa Leo earned the Best Supporting awards for their performances as son and mother in "The Fighter."
A radiant Natalie Portman appeared in L.A. Tuesday night for the premiere of her film "No Strings Attached," co-starring Ashton Kutcher. Portman told "Extra" it's been a little difficult trying to wrap her head around the fact that she's pregnant and engaged.
"It's hard to really understand the enormity of everything that's going on," she said.
Keeping her baby bump hidden on the red carpet under a black Vena Cava dress, Portman said the dress "happens to be perfect for a larger bod, haha!"
A radiant Natalie Portman attended the Palm Springs International Film Festival over the weekend and opened up to "Extra" about her growing baby bump and fiancé Benjamin Millepied.
After keeping mum about her pregnancy and newfound love for months, Portman said she has "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky to thank for her happiness and changing figure.
Nominations were announced this morning for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards -- and we've got the stars' reactions to being recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Ryan Gosling, Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama nominee for "Blue Valentine," said, "I am very grateful to the HFPA. I also would like to thank them for acknowledging Michelle Williams for her incredible performance. Without the 12 years of director Derek Cianfrance's unwavering vision and commitment none of this would have been possible. I share this nomination with both of them."
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning by Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood, with "Black Swan," "The Social Network" and "The King's Speech" leading the pack.
Check out all the nominees!
Best Motion Picture, Drama
"The King's Speech"
"The Social Network"
Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
"Alice in Wonderland"
"The Kids Are All Right"