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Golden Globes Honor Frozen and Bryan Cranston; Snub August: Osage County

Golden Globes Honor Frozen and Bryan Cranston; Snub August: Osage County
Bryan Cranston
'Frozen' was hot at the Golden Globes & 'August' was out in the cold.

Ice queens, lovesick princesses, mountain men, reindeer and talking snowmen were all the rage in Tinseltown when Disney's Frozen took home the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film when the 71st annual awards were presented in Hollywood on January 12. The box office smash, which features the voices of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad and Santino Fontana, and a score by The Book of Mormon's Robert Lopez, beat out The Croods and Despicable Me 2 to win the prize.

Among the stage veterans who took home awards on the big night were Amy Adams (American Hustle), Elisabeth Moss (Top of the Lake) and Jon Voight (Ray Donovan). In addition, Bryan Cranston, who will make his highly-anticipated Broadway debut as LBJ in All the Way, surprised no one when he won Best Actor in a TV Series - Drama for his role as Walter White in the final season of AMC's Breaking Bad. Woody Allen, whose stage adapation of Bullets Over Broadway is heading to the Great White Way this season, received the Lifetime Achievement award.

The big screen adaptation of Tracy Letts' Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece August: Osage County left empty-handed. David O'Russell's American Hustle beat out August in the category of Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical.

Other big winners of the night were 12 Years a Slave (Best Motion Picture - Drama), Breaking Bad (Best Television Series - Drama), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy) and Behind the Candelabra (Best TV Movie or Mini-Series).

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