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No one was surprised when Daniel Day-Lewis took the stage at the Oscars last night to accept his best actor trophy for Lincoln, but we weren't expecting such a funny and heartfelt speech. Not only did he banter with Meryl Streep, but he also told a few Lincoln-related jokes. Check it out, and watch the full Oscar show on ABC.com, the ABC player for iOS and Hulu Plus.
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When Daniel Day-Lewis was giving his acceptance speech for his best actor Oscar Sunday night, he said, "Since we got married 16 years ago, my wife has lived with some strange men," calling her the "perfect companion to all of them." The most recent man being Abraham Lincoln, of course, who Daniel played in the film that earned him his Oscar, Lincoln.
In 1996, the British actor was working on the film adaptation of The Crucible and visited playwright Arthur Miller. Daniel was introduced to Arthur's daughter, Rebecca, and the two were married later that year. Daniel and Rebecca have two boys together, Ronan and Cashel, and Daniel also had a son named Gabriel with his ex-girlfriend.
Rebecca has made a name for herself in film, too, thanks to writing and directing roles in movie adaptations of her written works: a short-story collection titled Personal Velocity and the novel The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, which became a film starring Robin Wright Penn, Blake Lively, Julianne Moore, and best supporting actor Oscar nominee Alan Arkin. See photos of Daniel and his Oscar plus-one now!
— Additional reporting by Tara Block
The 2013 Golden Globes were full of excitement and emotion in LA on Sunday night. Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kept the evening light with their jokes and antics, like Amy nuzzling with George Clooney in the audience and the two of them likening Kathryn Bigelow's short-lived marriage to James Cameron to "torture." Other stars also got some big laughs as well, including presenter Aziz Ansari, who pretended to be stoned from Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery's weed cookies. Sacha Baron Cohen gave a mini roast of his Les Misérables costars, when he joked about Anne Hathaway's infamous upskirt incident and sarcastically remarked that Russell Crowe's singing lessons in preparation for the film was "money well spent." Jodie Foster came out while accepting her Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, moving many attendees to tears.
The show was also full of some big, surprising wins. Ben Affleck nabbed best director for Argo after getting shut out of the category for the Oscar nominations on Thursday, and Argo also won best drama motion picture over Lincoln. Hugh Jackman picked up the best actor in a comedy or musical honor, beating out favorite Bradley Cooper. Most winners broke down into happy tears while accepting their awards, including Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Lena Dunham. Lena got particularly emotional while admitting that she had looked up to her fellow best actress nominees when she was younger and that they helped her get through awkward moments. Always quick to add a joke, nominees Tina and Amy joked that they were happy they could get the young Lena "through middle school." Make sure to check out the full list of Golden Globes winners and weigh in on your favorite styles in our red-carpet fashion and beauty polls.
Stars descended on the Chateau Marmont in LA last night for W magazine's annual Golden Globes party celebrating their Best Performances issue. Jennifer Lawrence was a bright spot in the night, wearing a blue number after attending the AFI Awards in a colorful Prabal Gurung dress earlier in the day. Globes nominee Marion Cotillard chose a printed look from the same designer for the publication's bash, where Sienna Miller, who is up for an honor at Sunday's show, made her first award-season appearance. She arrived on the West Coast with daughter Marlowe earlier this week and will be hitting the carpet for tomorrow's big event. Also on hand to toast W's latest glossy were Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Miranda Kerr, Rachel Zoe, and many more. Click through to see them all and make sure to fill out your Golden Globes ballot before the show starts on Sunday!
The fun continued inside Friday afternoon's AFI Awards in LA. The bash, held at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, was held to honor the year's best in film and television. A total of 10 films, including Silver Linings Playbook, Argo, Les Misérables, and Lincoln, were supported by their stars and directors. Daniel Day-Lewis made the rounds with his costar Sally Field and director Steven Spielberg, while Argo's Ben Affleck, fresh off a win in the best director category at the Critics' Choice Awards, was accompanied by his producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov.
The Silver Linings Playbook clan also had a good night at the Critics' Choice Awards. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence won top honors as best actor and actress in a comedy, and she also won best actress in an action movie for The Hunger Games. Their leading lady Jacki Weaver posed with Jennifer, and they were both in a celebratory mood because, in addition, their cast won best ensemble at the CCAs. The Les Mis crowd was well-represented, too. Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne, and Hugh Jackson all attended. They said hello to friends from movies and television, which included cast members from Mad Men, like Christina Hendricks, and the stars of Girls, Modern Family, and more.
Earlier this evening, we had a few Critics' Choice winners swing by our backstage area for a special Google+ Hangout with us! In case you missed it, watch as best actor winner Daniel Day-Lewis chats with PopSugar's Lindsay Miller and our panel about being recognized by the critics and what it really feels like for him to fully absorb himself in his characters. Is a Golden Globe on Sunday next?
Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Rachel Weisz, and many more stars celebrated their fellow actors and filmmakers at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards in New York City last night. Matthew, who wore a suit by Dolce&Gabbana, won best supporting actor for his performances in Magic Mike and Bernie while Rachel beat out Jessica — who did triple-duty that night by appearing on the Late Show and attending a screening for Mama in addition to this event — for best actress for her role in The Deep Blue Sea. Rachel's husband Daniel Craig cheered Rachel on from the audience when she won her award.
Jessica's film Zero Dark Thirty was the big winner of the night, earning best director for Kathryn Bigelow and best cinematography for Greg Fraser. Highly-buzzed-about films Les Misérables and Argo missed out altogether. However, those films and their stars will have plenty of chances to scoop up more honors once award season starts up in earnest this week with the People's Choice Awards on Wednesday and the Critic's Choice Awards on Thursday. And don't forget about the Golden Globes, which are this Sunday, and your chance to predict the winners with our special Golden Globes ballot. If you predict the highest number of Golden Globes winners, you could win $1,500 and an iPad Mini!