“Joker” writer Hildur Guðnadóttir left a mark on the world by turning into the essential lady in 19 years to win best unique score at the Golden Globes, where Elton John and Bernie Taupin at long last won a genuine honor together in the wake of working together for a long time.
‘Joker’ Arranger Hildur Guðnadóttir Is the Main Independent Lady to Win the First Score Brilliant Globe
“This is really — I’m confused,” Guðnadóttir said in front of an audience Sunday.
She was the main female candidate, besting Randy Newman (“Marriage Story”), Alexandre Desplat (“Little Women”), Thomas Newman (“1917″) and Daniel Pemberton (“Motherless Brooklyn”) to win the prize. The last lady to win the world for the best unique score was Lisa Gerrard in 2001 for “Warrior,” which she imparted to Hans Zimmer.
Guðnadóttir is a traditionally prepared cellist from Iceland who won an Emmy in September for scoring “Chernobyl” and is likewise up for a Grammy for her work on the HBO arrangement. She expressed gratitude toward “Joker” chief Todd Philipps, best entertainer victor Joaquin Phoenix and official music maker Jason Ruder.
Ahead of schedule inside the night, John and Taupin won the best unique melody for composing “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” from his “Rocketman” biopic.
“(It’s) the essential time I’ve at any point won a blessing with him, ever,” John said in front of an audience looking to Taupin. “We always lost a Grammy. We never did anything together separated from this, and I’m so upbeat.”
John won an Academy Award and Golden Globe with Tim Rice for “Can you are feeling the Love Tonight” from the primary “The Lion King.” John has likewise won five Grammy Awards.
Taupin won his first Brilliant Globe with Gustavo Santaolalla for
“An Affection which will Never Develop Old” from “Brokeback Mountain.”
“This is on a very basic level sweet since this is consistently not just about a tune we created for a movie, this is as often as possible a tune we made for a film which deals with our relationship, and it’s a relationship that doesn’t happen astonishingly during this town. It’s a 52-year-old marriage, such countless thanks,” Taupin said.
Together, the couple has made John songs like “Bennie and thusly the Planes,” “Goodbye Yellow Block Street,” “Rocket Man,” “Unobtrusive Artist,” “Light inside the Breeze” and “Saturday Night’s Okay for Battling.”
“(I’m Going to) Love Me Once more” and “Joker” were shortlisted for the best extraordinary tune and best special score, independently, at the 2020 Foundation Grants, which can happen Feb. 9.
John and Taupin beat out Beyoncé, Taylor Quick, Cynthia Erivo and henceforth the mate spouse songwriting bunch Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez to win the Brilliant Globe.
“Thankful to you to all or any my related picked individuals, they’re all phenomenal lyricists,” John said.
He called making “Rocketman” one among the “most eager minutes for an incredible duration.”
At the Globes, Taron Egerton won the best execution by an on-screen character during a film — melodic or spoof for delineating John.
“Thankful to you for the music,” Egerton said to John. “Thankful to you for being my partner.”