With the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards being aired on Sunday (8 p.m. EST), there are some facts about the award ceremony that you may have never known. This year’s Golden Globe Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon.

  • There are just three movies that have ever won for all that they’ve been designated for: the previously mentioned One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest which got six selections and six Globes, and Doctor Zhivago (1965) and A Star Is Born (1954), which both got five assignments and five Globes.
  • Between the 1995 show (with hosts John Larroquette and Janine Turner) and the 2010 show (with host Ricky Gervais), the Globes had no host by any means.
  • Not just did Ryan Reynolds win his first Golden Globe designation this year for his execution in Deadpool, however the 2016 film itself turned into the primary cutting edge superhero motion picture to be selected in a best movie class.
  • The star who holds the record of most Globes (counting privileged honors)? Barbra Streisand, with nine.
  • The on-screen character with the most individual designations ever? Meryl Streep, with 30.
  • There has just been one three-route tie ever, and that was between Jodie Foster (The Accused), Shirley MacLaine (Madame Sousatzka) and Sigourney Weaver (Gorillas in the Mist) for best on-screen character in 1989.
  • One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is the main film to win Globes in every one of the five noteworthy classifications (screenplay, best movie, performing artist, chief and, on-screen character).
  • The most youthful Globes victor ever is Ricky Schroder, who was 9 years of age when he won the Globe for best new star of the year in the film, The Champ.