Date: 20th January 2003

Chicago Wins Three Golden Globes

This years Golden Globe Awards have been a great success for the epic Chicago: The Musical (2002), taking three major prizes including Best Picture (Comedy/Musical) and lead acting awards for Renée Zellweger and Richard Gere.

The evening's top award went to Hours, The (2002), winning Best Picture (drama) and Best Actress for Nicole Kidman's portrayal of author Virginia Woolf in director Stephen Daldry's novel adaptation.

The best actor award went to Jack Nicholson for About Schmidt (2002) despite strong competition from Daniel Day Lewis for Gangs Of New York (2001) and Michael Caine for Quiet American, The (2001).

Renée Zellweger who denied Catherine Zeta Jones an award by taking Best Actress Award in Chicago, praised her co-star by saying, "You're a goddess and I'm so glad the world now knows what you can do."

Source: Press Release



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