Sandra Bullock Wins Golden Globe for The Blind Side

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The 2010 Golden Globe Awards announced the winner for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama. Sandra Bullock won a Golden Globe award for her performance in the movie The Blind Side. Sandra Bullock was one of five nominations competing for the award. The 2010 Golden Globes was held on January 17th, 2010 from 5-8 PM (PST) and 8-11 PM (EST) live on NBC. “The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards” was televised in more than 160 countries worldwide. Ricky Gervais was the host for the awards ceremony.

The following list provides a comprehensive look at the box office performance for each film. The information includes the director, release date, approval rating, production budget and total lifetime gross. The source is based on estimates by professional researchers and movie industry writers. Movie information is subject to change.

Emily Blunt – The Young Victoria
The movie is rated PG and was directed by Jean-Marc Vallee. The Young Victoria was released December 18, 2009 and grossed $160,069 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $35 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 75% overall approval rating. The Young Victoria grossed $5,698,000 in total domestic box office.

Sandra Bullock – The Blind Side (Winner for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama)
The movie is rated PG-13 was directed by John Lee Hancock. The Blind Side was released November 20, 2009 and grossed $34,119,372 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $29 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 70% overall approval rating. The Blind Side grossed $227,739,000 in total domestic box office.

Helen Mirren – The Last Station
The movie is rated R and was directed by Micahel Hoffman. The Last Station was released January 15, 2010 and grossed $73,700 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $18 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 68% overall approval rating. The Last Station grossed $131,000 in total domestic box office.

Carey Mulligan – An Education
The movie is rated PG-13 and was directed by Lone Scherfig. An Education was released October 9, 2009 and grossed $159,017 over the opening weekend. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 94% overall approval rating. An Education grossed $8,430,000 in total domestic box office.

Gabourey Sidibe – Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire
The movie is rated R and was directed by Lee Daniels. Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire was released November 6, 2009 and grossed $10,881,772 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $10 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 91% overall approval rating. Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire grossed $44,820,000 in total domestic box office.

Movie information is subject to change.

Source:

goldenglobes.org/nominations

RottenTomatoes.com

Boxofficemojo.com

the-numbers.com

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