Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse continued its miracle run tonight with the film’s most high-profile award win to date: Best Animated Feature at the Golden Globes.
The film has dominated the 2018-’19 awards circuit so far, winning 21 awards, 11 more than its closest competitor, Isle of Dogs. But the Golden Globes means something else entirely: it now firmly establishes Spider-Verse as this year’s Oscar favorite, giving it a solid chance to become the first film to break the Walt Disney Company’s six-year winning streak in the category.
#SpiderVerse win the Golden Globe for best animated feature. Here is the acceptance speech by writer/producer @philiplord and directors @pramsey342, @bob_persichetti and @rodneyrothman. pic.twitter.com/3yLP8Z3f3a
— Cartoon Brew (@cartoonbrew) January 7, 2019