"Argo" won the best drama movie honor at the 70th annual Golden Globe awards Sunday night. Ben Affleck, passed over for a best director Oscar nomination last week, won the best director Golden Globe for the film. George Clooney was a producer on film.
"Les Miserables," a big-screen adaptation of a Broadway musical, carried home the Golden Globe for best comedy or musical film. Ann Hathaway won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress in a comedy or musical and Hugh Jackman won for best actor in a comedy or musical film for their roles in "Les Miserables."
Daniel Day-Lewis won for best performance by an actor in a motion picture -- drama for playing the lead in "Lincoln."
Jessica Chastain, who played a CIA analyst in "Zero Dark Thirty," won best actress in a drama movie. "This is a sweet dream come true," Chastain said in her acceptance speech.
Adele, who has not been seen on a red carpet since she gave birth to a son in October, won best original song in a movie award for writing and singing "Skyfall," the title song for the latest James Bond movie.
Lena Dunham, star of "Girls," (Center) won for best actress in a TV comedy series. "Girls" also the won the Golden Globe for best TV series -- comedy.
Jodie Foster spoke up for the privacy of celebrities as she accepted the Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award.
Quentin Tarantino, given the best movie screenplay Globe, defended the frequent use of the N-word in "Django Unchained" during his acceptance speech.
Claire Danes won for the Golden Globe for best performance by an actress in a TV series --drama for "Homeland." The CIA-themed series also claimed the Golden Globe for best TV series -- drama.
Director Mark Andrews, winner for Best Animated Feature Film for "Brave."