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'Chicago' And 'The Hours' Each Score Golden Globe Touchdowns

Posted Monday, January 20, 2003 at 7:38 AM Central

by Tim Briscoe

Just like the NFL playoffs, fresh faces and perennial favorites in the movie industry each took home wins Sunday night with the Golden Globes.

Long-standing champs like Nicholson, Streep and Scorsese (plus, of course, the Oakland Raiders) scored big in their categories. Relative newcomers to the big game like Renee Zellweger, Richard Gere and writer/director Alexander Payne (and the Tampa Bay Bucs) each received well-deserved victories.

The Hours and Chicago won for the best films of the year. (Ironically, the Bears didn't even come close to the playoffs.)

The Globes virtually serve as playoffs to the Super Bowl of them all, the Oscars. The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences announces their nominees on Feb. 11 with the Super Sunday 'championship' coming Mar. 23.

Here are all the winners from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (and the National Football League):

Drama - The Hours

Comedy Or Musical - Chicago

Actress, Drama - Nicole Kidman, The Hours

Actor, Drama - Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt

Actress, Comedy Or Musical - Renee Zellweger, Chicago

Actor, Comedy Or Musical - Richard Gere, Chicago

Director - Martin Scorsese, Gangs Of New York

Screenplay - Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor, About Schmidt

Supporting Actress - Meryl Streep, Adaptation

Supporting Actor - Chris Cooper, Adaptation

Foreign Language Film - Talk To Her/Hable Con Ella (Spain)

Score - Elliot Goldenthal, Frida

Original Song - U2, "The Hands That Built America" from Gangs Of New York

Tampa Bay 27, Philadelphia 10

Oakland 41, Tennessee 24