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Monday, January 14, 2013

And the winners are: Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway and Homeland's Claire Danes scoop Golden Globe Awards

By BAZ BAMIGBOYE and ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER

It's all mine! Jennifer Lawrence boasted about beating acting legend Meryl Streep as she took home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical

Jennifer Lawrence boasted about beating acting legend Meryl Streep as she took home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical on Sunday night.
The 22-year-old actress won the gong for her role in David O. Russell's Silver Linings Playbook.
'What does this say? I beat Meryl!' she gushed as the took the stage, referring to the legends nomination in the same category for Hope Springs.

Thrilled: Lawrence won as best actress in a musical or comedy for her role as a troubled widow in a shaky new relationship

Lawrence went on to thank her mother for believing in her and her father for making her maintain a sense of humour.
Supporting acting prizes went to Christoph Waltz for the slave-revenge tale Django Unchained and Anne Hathaway for the musical Les Miserables.
Hathaway's win came for her role as a doomed single mother in the big-screen adaptation of the stage musical based on Victor Hugo's classic novel.

'Thank you for this lovely blunt object that I will forever more use as a weapon against self-doubt,' Hathaway said, cradling her trophy.
Sunday's win was Waltz's second supporting-actor prize at the Globes, both of them coming in Quentin Tarantino films. Waltz's violent but paternal and polite Django character is a sharp contrast to the wickedly bloodthirsty Nazi he played in his Globe and Oscar-winning role in Tarantino's 2009 tale Inglourious Basterds.
'Let me gasp,' Waltz said. 'Quentin, you know that my indebtedness to you and my gratitude knows no words.'
Maggie Smith followed with a win for Best Television Supporting Actress for her tart tongued Lady Violet in ITV's Downton Abbey, which is possibly even more beloved in the US than it is in the UK.
Smith wasn't in California to receive her award.
Damian Lewis won for Best Actor in a TV series for his performance in the acclaimed thriller Homeland, in which he plays a corrupt U.S. soldier.

Best supporting actress: Anne Hathaway accepting her award for her role in Les Miserables

He dedicated the award to his late mother.
Homeland picked up the Golden Globe for Best TV Drama Series beating Downton Abbey , Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire and The Newsroom.
Game Change earned the Golden Globe for Best Television Miniseries. Julianne Moore, who portrayed Palin, earned Best Actress honors for a miniseries or movie.
Moore made it a point to thank another Palin impersonator, in her acceptance speech. She did not thank Palin.
Composer Michael Danna won the Golden Globe for his score for Ang Lee's film The Life of Pi.
Adele won her first ever Golden Globe for her theme song for the Bond film Skyfall.
'Oh my god, oh my god,' she said as she took the stage. 'Thank you for allowing me to be part of your world, we've been p***ing ourselves laughing', she said.
She also thanked her boyfriend and her 'lovely son'.
Show hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who co-starred in the 2008 big-screen comedy Baby Mama, had a friendly rivalry at the Globes. Both were nominated for best actress in a TV comedy series, Fey for 30 Rock and Poehler for Parks and Recreation.

Stunned: Hathaway's win came for her role as a doomed single mother in the big-screen adaptation of the stage musical

Big kiss! The actress celebrated her win with a PDA moment with her husband Adam Shulman

'Tina, I just want to say that I very much hope that I win,' Poehler told Fey at the start of the show.
'Thank you. You're my nemesis. Thank you,' Fey replied.
Poehler also had a quip about television vs. film at the Globes, where the small-screen category typically takes a backseat to the big-screen nominees.
'Only at the Golden Globes do the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the rat-faced people of television,' Poehler said.
Former President Bill Clinton upstaged Hollywood's elite with a surprise appearance to introduce Steven Spielberg's Civil War epic Lincoln, which was up for best drama. The film chronicles Abraham Lincoln's final months as he tries to end the war and find common ground in a divided Congress to pass the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery.

Honoured: Claire Danes won Best Actress in a Television Drama for Homeland

On a roll: The Globe is Danes' fourth since her first win at age 15

Best Actor: Damian Lewis was also delighted to pick up a gong for Homeland

Lincoln's effort was 'forged in a cauldron of both principle and compromise,' Clinton said. 'This brilliant film shows us how he did it and gives us hope that we can do it again.'
Amy Poehler, co-host of the Globes with Tina Fey, gushed afterward, 'Wow, what an exciting special guest! That was Hillary Clinton's husband!'
Lincoln came in with seven nominations to lead the Globes, but it went zero-for-four on its first categories, including supporting actress for Sally Field and supporting actor for Tommy Lee Jones. The film also lost for screenplay, a prize that went to Tarantino for Django Unchained.
Tarantino thanked his cast and also the group of friends to whom he reads work-in-progress for reaction.
'You guys don't know how important you are to my process. I don't want input. I don't want you to tell me if I'm doing anything wrong. Heavens forbid,' Tarantino said. 'When I read it to you, I hear it through your ears, and it lets me know I'm on the right track.'

Thank you! Julianne Moore, who portrayed Sarah Palin, earned Best Actress honors for a miniseries or movie for Game Change

Stunning: Moore's Game Change also earned the Golden Globe as best television miniseries

Victory is his! Ben Affleck won Best Director for Argo

The Scottish tale Brave won for best animated film. It was the sixth win for Disney's Pixar Animation unit in the seven years since the Globes added the category.
Austrian director Michael Haneke's old-age love story Amour, a surprise best-picture nominee for the Oscars, won the Globe for foreign-language film. The top prize winner at last May's Cannes Film Festival, Amour is a grim yet moving portrait of an elderly woman tended by her husband as she is incapacitated by age.
An unusually chilly day in southern California left Globe guests looking glamorous but feeling frigid.
Debra Messing from Smash came in a strapless black gown and goosebumps. Asked how she was coping with the cold, she replied, Not well. Melissa Rauch of The Big Bang Theory also shivered in her strapless red gown. I'm absolutely freezing! she said.
Claire Danes of Homeland in Versace and Zooey Deschanel of New Girl in a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown walked near heat lamps as the mercury stayed in the high 50s. I'm so cold. My legs aren't cold but my arms are, said Deschanel.

First win: Adele won her first ever Golden Globe for her theme song for the Bond film Skyfall

Prized: Adele thanked her 'lovely son' and kissed her Golden Globe in the press room

Not everyone was grousing. I'm totally comfortable, Glenn Close, whose Zac Posen dress was paired with matching jacket, told NBC. Usually, it's really hot, so I'm having a nice time so far.
The Globes are in a rare place this season, coming after the Academy Award nominations, which were announced earlier than usual and threw out some shockers that have left the Globes show a little less relevant.
Key Globe contenders lined up largely as expected, with Steven Spielberg's Civil War saga Lincoln leading with seven nominations and two CIA thrillers - Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty and Ben Affleck's Argo - also doing well.
All three films earned Globe nominations for best drama and director. Yet while Lincoln, Argo and Zero Dark Thirty grabbed best-picture slots at Thursday's Oscar nominations, Bigelow and Affleck were snubbed for directing honors after a season that had seen them in the running for almost every other major award.

The evening's hosts: Amy Poehler, with co-host Tina Fey, had a quip about television vs. film at the Globes, where the small-screen category typically takes a backseat to the big-screen nominees

A toast! Amy and Tina lifted a glass on stage during a skit

The Globe and Oscar directing fields typically match up closely. This time, though, only Spielberg and Life of Pi director Ang Lee have nominations for both. Along with Spielberg, Lee, Bigelow and Affleck, Quentin Tarantino is nominated for directing at the Globes. At the Oscars, it's Spielberg, Lee, Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell and two surprise picks: veteran Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke for Amour and first-time director Benh Zeitlin for Beasts of the Southern Wild.
That forces some top-name filmmakers to put on brave faces for the Globes. And while a Globe might be a nice consolation prize, it could be a little awkward if Affleck, Bigelow or Tarantino won Sunday and had to make a cheery acceptance speech knowing they don't have seats at the grown-ups table for the February 24 Oscars.
That could happen. While Lincoln has the most nominations, it's a purely American story that may not have as much appeal to Globe voters - about 90 reporters belonging to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association who cover entertainment for overseas outlets.

Indebted: Waltz gasped and thanked director Quentin Tarantino for allowing him to take on the role

Best Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino said he was surprised to win for Django Unchained

Co-star: Leonardo was also nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category for his role in Django

The Bigelow and Affleck films center on Americans, too, but they are international tales - Zero Dark Thirty chronicling the manhunt for Osama bin Laden and Argo recounting the rescue of six U.S. embassy workers trapped in Iran amid the 1979 hostage crisis.
Globe voters might want to make right on a snub to Bigelow three years ago, when they gave their best-drama and directing prize to ex-husband James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster Avatar over her Iraq war tale The Hurt Locker.
Bigelow made history a month later, becoming the first woman to win the directing Oscar for The Hurt Locker, which also won best picture.
Globe voters like to be trend-setters, but they missed the boat on that one. Might they feel enough chagrin to hand Bigelow the directing trophy this time?
Spielberg already has won two best-director Globes, so that might be a further inducement for the foreign-press members to favor someone else this time.

Overwhelmed: Lena Dunham won Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for Girls

Revered: Jodie Foster won the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime achievement Award

Elated: Jodie laughed as Mel Gibson presented her with a bizarre platter over dinner

Cheering: Mel Gibson whistled from the crowd

Their votes were locked in before the Oscar nominations came out. Globe balloting closed Wednesday, the day before the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its awards lineup.
The Globe hosts had a wisecrack at Cameron's expense. Poehler noted that she had not been following the controversy over Zero Dark Thirty, which has drawn criticism for indicating torture was pivotal in producing the tip that led to Bin Laden.
But when it comes to torture, I trust the lady who was married for three years to James Cameron, Poehler said.
The Globes feature two best-picture categories - one for drama and one for musical or comedy. Most of the Globe contenders also earned Oscar best-picture nominations, including all of the drama picks: Argo, Lincoln, Life of Pi, Django Unchained and Zero Dark Thirty.

Making a cameo: Former President Bill Clinton introduced Lincoln and got a standing ovation from the crowd

Yet only two of the Globe musical or comedy nominees - Les Miserables and Silver Linings Playbook - are in the running at the Oscars. That's not unusual, though, since Oscar voters tend to overlook comedy. The other Globe nominees for musical or comedy are The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
Globe acting recipients usually are a good sneak peek for who will win at the Oscars. All four of last season's Oscar winners - Meryl Streep for The Iron Lady, Jean Dujardin for The Artist, Octavia Spencer for The Help and Christopher Plummer for Beginners - took home a Globe first.
Jodie Foster received the Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the 70th Globes ceremony.



















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