The Golden Globes, held Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton, marked the first major awards show since the end of the Hollywood strikes, and A-listers showed up in droves. Host Jo Koy spent a good chunk of his opening monologue praising nominee Meryl Streep. Angela Bassett presented the first award. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon handed best director to Christopher Nolan, who began his speech by expressing gratitude for star Robert Downey Jr., who won earlier in the night.