2013 Golden Globe Awards: Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Christoph Waltz Take Home The Gold

Just in case you’re missing the 2013 Golden Globe Awards, we’ve got a list of some of the big winners here. Among those taking home a Globe tonight were Jennifer Lawrence for her poignant turn in Silver Linings Playbook and Austrian actor Christoph Waltz for his turn as Dr. King Schultz in Django Unchained.

The 70th Golden Globe Awards Sunday proved to be a good night for premium network Showtime. They picked up Best TV Drama, Best TV Actor – Drama, and Best TV Actress for the critically acclaimed program Homeland.

“The best journeys are always shared…I would like to share this with the best cast and crew in television,” Damian Lewis said.

“I am very proud to be working in this medium at this moment for this company,” said Claire Danes.

Best TV Actor in a Comedy went to Don Cheadle for his performance in Showtime’s House of Lies

Best TV Actress in a Comedy went to 26-year-old Lena Dunham for HBO’s Girls. “This award is for every woman who ever felt like there wasn’t a place for her,” she said.

In film, the 2013 Golden Globe Awards saw some rather expected wins (and some surprises). Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress in a Comedy for Silver Linings Playbook, remarking “I am so honored to be in a film like this…Harvey thank you for killing whoever you had to kill to get me up here today,” Lawrence said, thanking the film’s producer, Harvey Weinstein.

Anne Hathaway picked up Best Supporting Actress for her role as the prostitute Fantine in Les Miserables. “Thank you for this lovely blunt object that I will forever use as a weapon against self-doubt,” Hathaway said.

Christoph Waltz picked up Best Supporting Actor for his eccentric turn as a German dentist/bounty hunter in Django Unchained, beating out Alan Arkin of Argo and Tommy Lee Jones of Lincoln. In his acceptance speech, Waltz called director Quentin Tarantino his “North Star.” Tarantino picked up a Globe for Best Screenplay for his Western revenge film.

Pixar’s Brave picked up Best Animated Feature.

The Golden Globe Awards honored the HBO political film Game Change with best TV Movie or Mini-Series, and actress Julianne Moore earned an award for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Mini-Series for her role as Sarah Palin. “This was one of my favorite jobs ever,” Moore said. Co-star Ed Harris won Best Supporting Actor in a TV Movie or Mini-Series for his role in the film as Arizona Senator John McCain.

Actor/Director Ben Affleck picked up Best Director for his political thriller Argo.

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