Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larson took home the Best Actor and Best Actress awards at last night's (10.01.16) Golden Globes.
The 41-year-old star and the 'Room' actress were honoured with the top prizes at the ceremony, whilst 'The Revenant' took home the Best Picture (Drama) award.
Accepting the gong, Brie said: "This movie means so much to me and so I need to start at the beginning with Emma Donoghue, who wrote the novel that inspired all of this."
In his speech, Leonardo spoke of his environmental concerns for the planet, urging people to "protect the planet for future generations".
He shared: "I want to share this award with all the First Nations peoples represented in this film and all the indigenous communities around the world.
"It is time that we recognize your history and that we protect your indigenous lands and corporate interests. It is time that we protected this planet for future generations."
'The Martian' was also a big winner at the ceremony, hosted by Ricky Gervais, picking up the gong for Best Picture (Musical or Comedy) award, whilst the film's star Matt Damon took home the Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) gong.
Other notable winners included Kate Winslet, who secured the fourth Golden Globe of her career, for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.
Collecting the award for her portrayal of Joanna Hoffman in the 'Steve Jobs' biopic, she spoke of ''girl power" in Hollywood, telling the audience: "I really am so shocked right now. So shocked! I'm never ever going to get used to it. I'm standing here, thinking really this is not happening. I honestly, truthfully did not expect this at all.
"A lot of us out there still in the game. I've been doing this for 23 years, Cate Blanchett probably longer. There's a real sense of girl power this year."
Full list of winners at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards:
Best Picture (Drama) - 'The Revenant'
Best Picture (Comedy or Musical) - 'The Martian'
Best Director (Motion Picture) - Alejandro G. Inarritu, 'The Revenant'
Best Actress (Motion Picture Drama) - Brie Larson, 'Room'
Best Actor (Motion Picture Drama) - Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Revenant'
Best Actress (Motion Picture Comedy) - Jennifer Lawrence, 'Joy'
Best Actor (Motion Picture Comedy) - Matt Damon, 'The Martian'
Best Supporting Actress (Motion Picture) - Kate Winslet, 'Steve Jobs'
Best Supporting Actor (Motion Picture) - Sylvester Stallone, 'Creed'
Best Screenplay (Motion Picture) - Aaron Sorkin, 'Steve Jobs'
Best Foreign Language Film - 'Son of Saul'
Best Animated Feature Film - 'Inside Out'
Best Score (Motion Picture) - Ennio Morricone, 'The Hateful Eight'
Best Song (Motion Picture) - 'Writing's on the Wall' from 'SPECTRE' by Sam Smith
Best TV Series (Drama) - 'Mr. Robot'
Best Actress (TV Series, Drama) - Taraji P. Henson, 'Empire'
Best Actor (TV Series, Drama) - Jon Hamm, 'Mad Men'
Best TV Series (Comedy) - 'Mozart in the Jungle'
Best Actress (TV Series, Comedy or Musical) - Rachel Bloom, 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
Best Actor (TV Series, Comedy or Musical) - Gael Garcia Bernal, 'Mozart in the Jungle'
Supporting Actress (TV Series, Miniseries or Limited Series) - Maura Tierney, 'The Affair'
Supporting Actor (TV Series, Miniseries or Limited Series) - Christian Slater, 'Mr. Robot'
Limited Series or TV Movie - 'Wolf Hall'
Best Actor (Limited Series or TV Movie) - Oscar Isaac, 'Show Me a Hero'
Best Actress (Limited Series or TV Movie) - Lady Gaga, 'American Horror Story: Hotel'