The Oscar nominations were announced on Wednesday, and there are two winners from the Golden Globes.
Redmayne won for Best Actor for his portrayal of Edward James Olmos in “Fences,” while Daniel Day-Lewis won for his performance as the protagonist of “Moonlight.”
The two winners are the first for both categories, and it’s the first time in history that a film has been nominated for both.
It was announced on Tuesday that Eddie Redmanne had won Best Actor at the 68th Annual Golden Globemes, beating out the other nominees, including Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Mahershala Ali.
Day-Leveson, who is currently on tour in the U.K. with the rock band Arcade Fire, had the biggest win of the night.
Day-Lewis, who won for the role of Jack Nicholson in the 2014 film “Jack Reacher,” is now the only actor to win both.
Redmay, who previously won Best Picture at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2013, also won the award for Best Supporting Actor at last year’s ceremony.
The Golden Globetees have been the Golden Globe’s most important awards show, awarding five prizes each, with three acting awards, a directing award and an acting trophy.
The last time an acting award went to an acting nominee was in 1964, when Bill Murray won for playing Elvis Presley in the “King of Rock ‘N’ Roll.”
The award goes to a film, television or music performance that “comprised an original work of art, expression or expressionism that in its own way expresses a moral or political viewpoint.”