Backstage at the Golden Globes: Who Said What?
You’ve already heard what this year’s Golden Globe winners said on stage as they thanked all (and sometimes all) of the people who made their gold-grab possible. But what did they each share backstage after laying claim to their shiny new statuette?
TVLine was in the press room as the newly minted winners (save for a blink-and-you-missed-him Don Cheadle) reflected on their good fortune and addressed such topics as the “gift” of grueling interrogations, comediennes who swung presidential elections and the Shakespearean nature of the Wild West.
Click through the gallery below to see what the winners had to say.
Damian Lewis, Homeland
“It actually was a gift,” the best drama actor winner said of Season 2′s gripping interrogation scene. “[The director] allowed it to run like a piece of theater — and coming from the theater, that's the best and productive way for me to work. We were running takes that were lasting 21, 22 minutes long…That's probably why it's come out as richly as it has.”