Steve Jobs may have flopped at the box office, but the film still managed to score a few trophies at the 2016 Golden Globe awards. Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and supporting actress Kate Winslet both won in their categories last night.
Sorkin, who’s best known for writing The Social Network along with popular TV series The West Wing, was brought on early to write Steve Jobs. Winslet played the role of Joanna Hoffman, a marketing executive and one of Apple’s first employees. Michael Fassbender, who plays the titular role of Apple’s CEO, lost in his category of Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) to Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant.
Other big winners of the night included The Martian (Best Musical or Comedy) and Matt Damon for his starring role in that film. Pixar’s Inside Out won Disney the award for best animated motion picture. USA’s popular Mr. Robot also scooped up a few awards for best television drama along with best supporting TV actor given to Christian Slater. Amazon even scored a few wins for its original series Mozart in the Jungle.
You can check out the full list of winners and nominees via the source link below.