Oppenheimer was among the big winners at the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles, taking home several of the night’s big prizes, including best director for Christopher Nolan and best actor in a motion picture drama for his lead role, Cillian Murphy.
Meanwhile, Barbie, who led the nominations, won the top Box Office Achievement award.
Succession was the big winner in the TV categories, with Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin both recognized for their performances.
Other winners included Emma Stone, who won best comedy actress for Poor Things, while French thriller Anatomy of a Fall won best foreign language film.
The Globes mark the first major ceremony of the film awards season, which culminates with the Academy Awards on March 10.