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Christoph Waltz & Quentin Tarantino Win Golden Globes 2013

Christoph Waltz & Quentin Tarantino Win Golden Globes 2013

Christoph Waltz and Quentin Tarantino pose with their trophies backstage in the press room at the 2013 Golden Globes held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 13) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 56-year-old actor won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for his work in Django Unchained while the 49-year-old filmmaker won the award for Best Screenplay for writing the flick.

Django Unchained‘s star Jamie Foxx was seen on stage during the show presenting a clip from the film.

The day before, Christoph attended Moet & Chandon and The Weinstein Company’s celebration of the Golden Globe nominees.

FYI: Christoph is wearing head-to-toe Prada.

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6 Responses to “Christoph Waltz & Quentin Tarantino Win Golden Globes 2013”

  1. 1
    Belize Belize Says:

    I love Tarantino. I thought Django was great and Tarantino never really disappoints. But honestly? I saw Lincoln too. Tony Kushner wrote a script that was pure poetry. The HFPA only gave the award to Tarantino because he’s edgier.

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    ha ha Says:

    loved Django, thought the whole cast was great. why no love for jamie foxx, no one is mentioning his great performance. CW was great, so was Leo, but I have a feeing he is not loved by the HW controllers…..
    Quentin is brilliant, but he’s so fckin wacky……..

  3. 3
    Dave Says:

    I’m glad Daniel Day won Best Actor but Christoph was fantastic as well and he won Best Supporting Actor. The Golden Globes need to recognize Leo for a change he is a wonderful actor as well.

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    Lindsay Says:

    Sorry but the globe should’ve gone to Leo. His performance as Calvin Candie was amazing. Waltz was great too but he was a lead character not supporting. Its sad that an actor has to kiss ass in order to be nominated and win. It shouldn’t be about who makes the best campaign pitch. It should be about who gave the BEST performance.

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    Josephine Says:

    @Lindsay:

    I don’t really understand why Christoph Waltz (who was absolutely amazing) was placed in this category as well. Jamie Foxx was the main lead and he played a title character, but the movie was 2h 45min long and Waltz appeared in almost every scene for 2 hours. He was basically a lead in the first hour of the movie. Jamie was just there, barely saying anything. The things have slightly changed after that but he still had about 3 times more screen time than DiCaprio, who was nominated in the same category. He wouldn’t have won if he was nominated as a leading actor (DDL), but it’s as unfair as Kate Winslet winning a supporting actress award for The Reader.

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    Lindsay Says:

    @Josephine: I totally agree with you! I will never understand why they do this. It needs to be fair!

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