2018 Golden Globes

Laura Dern, Nicole Kidman, Zoe Kravitz, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley pose in the press room on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 with awards for "Big Little Lies" at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The HBO series won four awards on the night, including Best Television Limited Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

'Three Billboards' and 'Big Little Lies' top the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards

The darkly comic drama "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" topped the 2018 Golden Globes on the film side, winning Best Picture — Drama. HBO's "Big Little Lies" took home four awards in the TV categories.

Host Seth Meyers kicked off the night joking about a presidential run for Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey answered the call with an acceptance speech that inspired others to repeat it.

Some of the night's other winners include "The Handmaid's Tale" for drama series, Nicole Kidman and Alexander Skarsgard for their work on "Big Little Lies" and Sterling K. Brown for "This Is Us".

Director Guillermo del Toro explains how 'The Shape of Water' is about today.

Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez), a clerk (Gabriel Iglesias) and great-great grandmother Mamá Imelda (Alanna Ubach) in the animated movie "Coco." (Disney / Pixar)

“Coco” Winner

Actor Sam Rockwell and writer-director Martin McDonagh sat down with the L.A. Times to discuss "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Diane Kruger stars as a woman who loses her son and husband in an attack in Germany's foreign-language Oscar entry "In the Fade." (Magnolia Pictures)

Writer-director Greta Gerwig and co-stars Laurie Metcalf and Tracy Letts discuss the film "Lady Bird."

Alexandre Desplat at the scoring session of "The Shape of Water," for which he had the challenge of both grounding and accentuating the fantasy in a story that is part fairy tale, part Cold War spy thriller and part love story. (Alex Bailey)

This is Me Winner

"I was thinking about how Ray left his girlfriend Nicki in a hurry, didn't give her a kiss or a proper goodbye and now they'll never get a chance to have the life they dreamed. That felt quite desperate to me," Ewan McGregor says of shooting his character

Ewan McGregor  Winner

Gary Oldman plays Winston Churchill as he becomes England's prime minister in "Darkest Hour."

Gary Oldman  Winner

James Franco, who plays filmmaker Tommy Wiseau in "The Disaster Artist," uses Wiseau's words and mannerisms to explain just what drew him to Wiseau's story.

James Franco  Winner

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" actor Sam Rockwell thinks it's funny a "city kid" like him keeps getting approached to play "redneck" characters.

Sam Rockwell  Winner

Alexander Skarsgard is open and honest about 'Big Little Lies'

"The chance for an Indian guy to star in his own show and do an episode like 'Indians on TV' — that doesn't come around a lot, right?" Aziz Ansari says. (Jesse Dittmar / For The Times)

Aziz Ansari  Winner

"Big Little Lies" stars Laura Dern, from left, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

Nicole Kidman  Winner

Sam Rockwell, left, and Frances McDormand in a scene from "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. (Merrick Morton / AP)

Saoirse Ronan, seen here at West Hollywood's London hotel in November, stars in awards contender "Lady Bird." (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Saoirse Ronan  Winner

Allison Janney  Winner

Laura Dern  Winner

Elisabeth Moss  Winner

Rachel Brosnahan  Winner

Actor Sam Rockwell and writer-director Martin McDonagh sat down with the L.A. Times to discuss "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Martin McDonagh  Winner

The moms of HBO's "Big Little Lies" are played by, from left, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and Nicole Kidman. The kids are, from left, Darby Camp, Iain Armitage and Cameron and Nicolas Crovetti. (Hilary Bronwyn Gayle / HBO)

Rose Byrne, left, as Rebecca Skloot and Oprah Winfrey as Deborah Lacks in the film "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks." (Quantrell Colbert / HBO)