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'Martian,' 'Mr. Robot' Discs Well-Timed to Take Advantage of Golden Globe Wins

10 Jan, 2016 By: John Latchem


Amazon’s 'Mozart in the Jungle' Takes Two Awards


The timing couldn’t be better for Fox’s The Martian and Universal’s Mr. Robot: Season 1. Both titles are set to arrive on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, Jan. 12, just days after big wins at the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards.

In the film categories, The Martian won Best Motion Picture — Comedy and Musical and Best Actor for Matt Damon at the ceremony presented Jan. 10 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The big winner was Fox’s The Revenant, a recent theatrical release. The film won Best Motion Picture — Drama, Best Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio and Best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu.

Steve Jobs, available on Digital HD Feb. 2 and on DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 16 from Universal, won Best Supporting Actress for Kate Winslet and Best Screenplay for Aaron Sorkin.

Disney’s Inside Out, which has been available on disc for a few months, won Best Animated Feature Film.

The James Bond movie Spectre, due on Digital HD Jan. 22 and on DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 9 from Fox, won Best Original Song for “Writing’s on the Wall.”

In the TV categories, “Mr. Robot” won Best Television Series — Drama and Best Supporting Actor for Christian Slater.

Representing online programming, Amazon Video’s “Mozart in the Jungle” also won two awards, taking Best Television Series — Comedy or Musical and Best Actor for Gael García Bernal.

Golden Globe Winners on Home Video

 
FILM        
Title Wins Categories Studio Home Video
Creed 1 Best Supporting Actor — Sylvester Stallone Warner Not yet announced for disc
Hateful Eight, The 1 Best Original Score — Ennio Morricone Anchor Bay Not yet announced for disc
Inside Out 1 Best Animated Feature Film Disney Available on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD
Joy 1 Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical — Jennifer Lawrence Fox Not yet announced for disc
Martian, The 2 Best Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical; Actor — Matt Damon Fox Available on Digital HD Dec. 22, DVD and Blu-ray Jan. 12
Revenant, The 3 Best Motion Picture — Drama; Actor — Leonardo DiCaprio; Director — Alejandro Iñárritu Fox Not yet announced for disc
Room 1 Best Actress in a Drama — Brie Larson Lionsgate Not yet announced for disc
Son of Saul 1 Best Foreign-Language Film — Hungary Sony Pictures Not yet announced for disc
Spectre 1 Original Song — "Writing's on the Wall" Fox Available on Digital HD Jan. 22, DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 9
Steve Jobs 2 Best Supporting Actress — Kate Winslet; Screenplay — Aaron Sorkin Universal Available on Digital HD Feb. 2, DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 16
         
TELEVISION        
Title Wins Categories Studio Home Video
"Affair, The" 1 Best TV Supporting Actress — Maura Tierney Paramount/CBS Season 2 not yet announced for disc
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" 1 Best TV Comedy Actress — Rachel Bloom Warner Season 1 not yet announced for disc
"Empire" 1 Best TV Drama Actress — Taraji Henson Fox Season 1 available on DVD and Blu-ray
"Mad Men" 1 Best TV Drama Actor — Jon Hamm Lionsgate Season 7 available on DVD and Blu-ray
"Mozart in the Jungle" 2 Best TV Comedy/Musical; Actor — Gael García Bernal Amazon Available on Amazon Video
"Mr. Robot" 2 Best TV Drama; Supporting Actor — Christian Slater Universal Season 1 available on DVD and Blu-ray Jan. 12
American Horror Story: Hotel 1 Best Miniseries or TV Movie Actress — Lady Gaga Fox Not yet announced for disc
Show Me a Hero 1 Best Miniseries/TV Movie Actor — Oscar Isaac HBO Available on DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 2
Wolf Hall 1 Best Miniseries or TV Movie PBS Available on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD
         
For a complete list of winners visit GoldenGlobes.com        

 


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