Updated Jan. 6, 2024 12:14 am ET

Everything you need to know about the rebirth of the Golden Globe Awards—and the stakes for the fast-changing entertainment industry—can be summed up by one of its new categories: a prize explicitly reserved for the movies that made the most money.

Golden Globes officials are calling it the cinematic and box-office achievement award. It pits eight films that have made at least $150 million against each other, ensuring that the biggest movies that regular people have actually paid money to see—among them “John Wick: Chapter 4,” “Barbie” and Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour”—are front and center at an awards ceremony Sunday night.

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