Golden Globe: Amy Adams wins best musical/comedy film actress award for `Big Eyes`
Amy Adams won the Golden Globe for best actress in a musical or comedy Sunday for her role in Tim Burton`s based-on-true-life art fraud film ‘Big Eyes’.
She bested rivals Emily Blunt (‘Into the Woods’), Helen Mirren (‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’), Julianne Moore (‘Maps to the Stars’) and child star Quvenzhane Wallis (‘Annie’) to take home the prize.
‘Big Eyes’ -- from director Tim Burton -- tells the story of American artist Margaret Keane, whose husband fraudulently claimed her work as his own for years.
"I feel so fortunate to be here and fortunate to play Margaret, a woman who had such a quiet voice and such a strong heart and strong artistic vision and ultimately was able to use her voice," Adams said.