While Colin Farrell won Best Musical or Comedy Actor', Slumdog Millionaire' collects its third kudo from the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards as its director Danny Boyle was named Best Director.
Another Golden Globe statuette falls to "Slumdog Millionaire" bag. Having won the Best Screenplay and Best Original Score, the Fox Searchlight Pictures drama has brought recognition to its director Danny Boyle as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association unveiled their winners of the 66th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 11.
For the title, Boyle overshadowed other directors in the category, Stephen Daldry of "The Reader", David Fincher of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", Ron Howard of "Frost/Nixon" and Sam Mendes of "Revolutionary Road". Boyle was presented the award by Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman.
Another recently announced Golden Globe winner is Colin Farrell. The "In Bruges" actor has been hailed to be the recipient of the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy kudo on the evening. He was given his Globes at the gala ceremony which took place at The Beverly Hilton by actress Sandra Bullock.