Golden Globe Party Diary: Inside Sunday's Events With the 'Homeland' and 'Big Bang' Casts, Zooey Deschanel
UPDATED: THR takes you inside the night's big bashes.
After all the Golden Globes were handed out Sunday night, the industry hit the parties. The Hollywood Reporter staffers were on the scene at all the night's big bashes to bring you the inside scoop. Keep checking back for the latest.
8:50 p.m. CBS Corp.'s Leslie Moonves and Showtime's Matt Blank chat among the Homeland cast at the 20th Century Fox party. Nearby, Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly tells THR that the broadcast networks' shutout is not something he's worried about. "It was just a good year for cable. Some years you win, and some you don't," he says with a laugh.
9 p.m. Also at the Fox party, Showtime entertainment president David Nevins tells THR that great writing attracts great actors and is over the moon for Homeland's success in its critically divisive second season. "It's a great time in television writing right now," he says, with winners Claire Danes and Damian Lewis shaking hand after hand behind him. "And it'll happen for the broadcast networks, too."
9:18 p.m. American Horror Story nominee Jessica Lange, last year's winner, has a much quieter experience at the Fox party. This year, the press-shy actress keeps it quiet, chatting for a lengthy spell with AHS executive producer Dante Di Loreto.
9:22 p.m. New Girl nominee Zooey Deschanel chats with her sister and Fox Lot neighbor, Bones star Emily Deschanel, at Fox's party.
9:30 p.m. Modern Family nominee Julie Bowen commends comedy actress winner Lena Dunham's courage and tells THR she lives HBO's Girls. "I wish I had her courage," she says. "I'm so glad that generation has someone to tell their stories."
9:37 p.m. It's gridlock near the Homeland cast's booth area as Lewis, Danes and co-star Morena Baccarin pose for photos while an array onlookers snap their own pictures with scores of cell phones.
9:52 p.m. Shonda Rhimes celebrates her birthday with friends at the Fox party, where she shares photos of her two daughters, Emerson and Harper. Her Scandal co-star Kerry Washington presented at the Globes, where she was supporting her film Django Unchained.
10:15 p.m. Lewis dances to "Gangnam Style" with his onscreen son at the Fox party in between taking photos with fans. (See Instagram photo below courtesy of Showtime PR.)
11:14 p.m. At the Warner Bros.-InStyle party, Ben Affleck arrives and is instantly mobbed by a crowd 25-people deep, before finding his brother Casey Affleck for a celebratory bear hug. "I feel amazing," he tells his younger brother.
11:15 p.m. Over at the HBO party, Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg makes the rounds and stops to chat with THR about the show's big ratings and what's next when Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet crashes. "You want to talk to me? I'm on TBS!" he jokes, mocking Big Bang's syndication run.
11:22 p.m. Nearby, Big Bang co-star Kunal Nayyar says he's very humbled by the show's recent 20 million total viewers number. "The last show to do that was Friends," he tells THR. "I'm blessed."
11:24 p.m. Selena Gomez makes the rounds with a friend, sans Justin Bieber.
11:26 p.m. Katherine Sarafian, executive producer and winner for Brave, poses for a photo with Kobe Bryant, who came to the party from tonight's Lakers win over the Cavaliers.
11:27 p.m. Arrow star Stephen Amell enjoys a sweet moment with his new bride.
11:43 p.m. Oscar host Seth MacFarlane and Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke make the rounds, catching up with Johnny Galecki of The Big Bang Theory.
12:30 a.m. Heidi Klum hit the dance floor -- make that a table -- to show off her moves at The Weinstein Co. party, but she wasn't the only one grooving to the music. As guests sipped on DeLeon cocktails throughout the evening, Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted dancing near his table, while Bill Murray and Chris Tucker dueled in a high-energy dance-off.
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