"12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen celebrates winning best motion picture, drama, with the cast at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday, Jan. 12.
Robin Wright gets close to her award backstage. She won for best actress in a TV drama series for her role in "House of Cards." During her speech, she thanked co-star Kevin Spacey: "Kevin, you're the best playdate ever."
"Gravity" director Alfonso Cuaron excitedly poses with his trophy for best directory. During his acceptance speech, he joked about his heavy Spanish accent and said star Sandra Bullock mistakenly thought he once sai,d "I'm going to give you herpes" instead of "earpiece."
Cate Blanchett, who won best actress in a drama film for her work in Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," got the play-out music during her acceptance speech. "Can the people at home hear this music? Or do they suddenly think you're just getting really fast because you're having a panic attack?" she joked.
Matthew McConaughey was victorious in the best actor in a motion picture, drama, category for his starring role in "Dallas Buyers Club." The actor lost 40 pounds to play the part of a Texan with AIDS.
The cast and crew of 'American Hustle' pose with the award for best motion picture, comedy or musical.
"Wolf of Wall Street" star Leonardo DiCaprio made sure to mention director Martin Scorsese when the actor won for best actor in a musical or comedy. "I have to thank Mr. Martin Scorsese for allowing me to stalk him into making this movie," he said.
U2 -- from left, Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge and Larry Mullen Jr. -- earned the best original song in a motion picture trophy for their tune "Ordinary Love" for "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom." During their acceptance speech, frontman Bono explained the song: "We wrote a love song because (the film is) kind of a dysfunctional love story. You know about (Nelson Mandela) the global statesman, you don't know about the man."
Executive producer Jerry Weintraub shows his excitement backstage with the award for best TV movie or miniseries for "Behind the Candelabra."
Jon Voight shows off his award for best supporting actor in a miniseries or TV movie for his part in Showtime's "Ray Donovan."
Elisabeth Moss poses backstage with her award for best actress in a miniseries or TV movie for her role in "Top of the Lake."
Amy Poehler celebrates after being announced the winner for best actress in a TV series, comedy or musical for her work on "Parks and Recreation." Before going onstage to accept her award, the actress -- who also co-hosted the show with Tina Fey -- got a kiss and shoulder massage from U2's Bono.
"American Hustle" star Amy Adams tearfully accepts her award for best actress in a musical or comedy film. "I always cry when I'm not supposed to and then when a director asks me to, I can't cry," she said on stage. "It really sucks."
Michael Douglas poses backstage with his award for best performance as Liberace in a miniseries or Television film for HBO's "Behind the Candelabra."
Jared Leto is all smiles backstage with his award for best supporting actor in a motion picture for his role in "The Dallas Buyers Club."
Andy Samberg poses backstage with his award for best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy for his role in Fox's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The sitcom also won for best comedy series over favorites including "Big Bang Theory" and "Modern Family."
"Breaking Bad" was a big winner on Sunday. From left, stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Betsy Brandt, creator Vince Gilligan, RJ Mitte and Aaron Paul celebrate with their awards for best TV drama series, and best actor for Cranston.
Jennifer Lawrence was all nerves when accepting her trophy for best supporting actress for her role in "American Hustle." "I don't know why I'm so scared ... I'm shaking," the star said during her acceptance speech.