Golden Globes 2022: 'West Side Story' and 'Power of the Dog' Lead Full Movie Winner List
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Steven Spielberg's take on the classic stage musical and the Western psychological drama bag three awards apiece, including best drama pic and best musical or comedy film.

AceShowbiz - The full winner list of the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards has been unveiled. At the event, which was held in private at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, January 9, "West Side Story" and "The Power of the Dog" came out as the biggest winners in movie field.

Steven Spielberg's take on the classic stage musical and the Western psychological drama bagged three awards each, including the coveted Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, respectively.

"West Side Story" nabbed two other awards in acting categories. Its female lead Rachel Zegler won Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, while her co-star Ariana DeBose nabbed the Golden Globe in supporting role category.

"The Power of the Dog" helmer Jane Campion snatched the top prize of Best Director - Motion Picture. The movie earned its third Golden Globe through Kodi Smit-McPhee's win in Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture category.

"Belfast", which led the nominations alongside "The Power of the Dog" with 7 apiece, only snagged one through Kenneth Branagh's win in Best Screenplay - Motion Picture. The actor/filmmaker was also nominated in best director category.

Meanwhile, Japanese film "Drive My Car" was hailed as Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language. "Encanto" won over "Flee", "Luca", "My Sunny Maad" and "Raya and the Last Dragon" for the Best Motion Picture - Animated trophy.

Nicole Kidman ("Being the Ricardos" and Will Smith ("King Richard") were named best drama actress and actor respectively. Andrew Garfield won the best actor in musical or comedy through his role in "Tick, Tick... Boom!".

Other winners in movie field included Hans Zimmer ("Dune") for Best Original Score - Motion Picture, and Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas for writing "No Time to Die" (from "No Time to Die"), which was picked as Best Original Song - Motion Picture.

The 2022 Golden Globe Awards was held without audience and was neither broadcast nor live-streamed. The winners, including those in TV categories, were announced through real-time updates on the Golden Globes websites and social media accounts.

Full Movie Winner List of the 2022 Golden Globe Awards:

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