Bob Dylan picked up the best original song - motion picture honor for "Things Have Changed" from the film "Wonder Boys" at the 58th annual Golden Globes ceremony last night (Jan. 21), held at the Beve

Bob Dylan picked up the best original song - motion picture honor for "Things Have Changed" from the film "Wonder Boys" at the 58th annual Golden Globes ceremony last night (Jan. 21), held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Faced with a standing ovation from a room full of Hollywood's elite, a bemused Dylan delivered a brief acceptance speech, saying, "This is quite something really. Thanks Hollywood Foreign Press, thanks to my band, record company, and everyone in my family. That's about it."

Dylan beat out two-time nominee Bjork ("I've Seen It All" from "Dancer In The Dark"), who left the ceremony empty-handed, having lost the best performance by an actress in a motion picture award to Julia Roberts. Other nominees were Sting ("My Funny Friend And Me" from "The Emperor's New Groove"), Bosson ("One In A Million" from "Miss Congeniality"), and Garth Brooks and Jenny Yates ("When You Come Back To Me Again" from "Frequency").

Accomplished composer Hans Zimmer shared the best original score - motion picture award with former Dead Can Dance member Lisa Gerrard for their work on the Russell Crowe film "Gladiator."