Oppenheimer was the big winner at this year’s Golden Globe Awards, taking home five awards including the top prize.
Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr. were both recognized for their acting performances, while Christopher Nolan won best director.
Succession scored the most wins in the TV categories following its acclaimed fourth and final season.
Meanwhile, Barbie won the inaugural box office achievement award, after grossing $1.4bn worldwide.
There were two wins each for Anatomy of a Fall, The Holdovers and Poor Things, and one for Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon.
Killers of the Flower Moon star Lily Gladstone was named best drama actress, making her the first indigenous person to win the award, something she described as “historic”.
Oppenheimer star Cillian Murphy paid tribute to Christopher Nolan’s “rigour, focus and dedication” in making the film, which grossed $954m at the box office and won best drama film at the ceremony.
The biopic also won awards for best score and best supporting actor for Robert Downey Jr, who portrayed US government official Lewis Strauss.
Succession was the big winner in the TV categories – following the fourth and final season of the drama about a media mogul and his children who battle for control of his company.
Kieran Culkin, who played Roman Roy in the series, was named best leading TV actor – an award previously won by his co-stars Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong.
The critically acclaimed show also won best drama series – seen as the night’s top prize in the television categories.
Emma Stone was named best actress in a musical or comedy for her performance in Poor Things, which also won best musical or comedy film.
The Golden Globes mark the first major ceremony of film awards season, which culminates with the Oscars on March 10.