The Hollywood Foreign Press Association celebrated the accomplishments of the television and movie industry last night with the 2013 Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The 70th annual show was hosted by the undeniably funny and charming duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Among those chosen as winners: Ben Affleck and Argo took Best Director and Best Drama for the film that captured the daring rescue of hostages in Iran during the 1970s. Affleck, who was left off the Academy Awards nominees list for Best Director, has now won two awards (the GG and the Critics’ Choice Award) for his film.
On the TV side, Showtime‘s Homeland dominated it’s categories with Best TV Show, Actress and Actor – Claire Danes and Damian Lewis earning the wins.
Other winners include Daniel Day-Lewis picked up the trophy for Best Actor in a Drama for his role in Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty’s Jessica Chastain took the top nod for Best Actress.
Christoph Waltz, Anne Hathaway, Quentin Tarantino, Don Cheadle and Lena Dunham also walked away with wins.
Jodie Foster was also honored for her work in the entertainment industry, presented to her by her good friend Robert Downey Jr. Foster made a passionate, sometimes rambling speech about carving out privacy for herself but also officially came out of the closet as a gay woman.
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