These were the second Globe wins for both Warren and Reznor & Ross (but not Batiste, a first-time Globe nominee and winner). Interestingly, they won their first Globes at the same time, 10 years ago. (The ceremony was held Jan. 16, 2011.)
Warren won that year for “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from Burlesque. Reznor and Ross won for The Social Network, which went on to win the Oscar. Warren’s song wasn’t even nominated for an Oscar, which is odd because she has amassed so many Oscar nominations -- 11, with a 12th likely when this year’s nominations are announced on March 15.
“Io sì (Seen),” which is heard in Italian in The Life Ahead, is the first song performed in a language other than English to win the Globe.
Warren is the third female songwriter to win two Golden Globes for best original song, following Marilyn Bergman (“The Windmills of Your Mind” and “The Way We Were”) and Carole Bayer Sager (“Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)” and “The Prayer”).
The Globe win for Reznor, Ross and Batiste marks just the second time in Globe history that the score award was shared by three composers. This first happened 33 years ago when David Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Cong Su shared the award for The Last Emperor. (That score went on to win the Oscar.)
Reznor and Ross are the first composing pair to win two Globes for score, with or without a third partner on one of the scores.
Soul also won for best animated feature film. It is only the second film to win Globes in both of these categories (score and animated feature film). The first was Up 11 years ago. Michael Giacchino scored that film. Up went on to win Oscars in both of these categories.
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