The Report: Yes, I Did Say That!

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Hollywood reacts to the Globes nominations.

My phone kept ringing at home, and it was 6:30 in the morning, and I had like 25 e-mails, which is either awesome or disconcerting at certain times in your life.”
— Jake Gyllenhaal
On not expecting his best actor nomination for Love and Other Drugs

“I had to calm myself down in my trailer because I knew if I walked out, I would’ve done cartwheels screaming, ‘I just got nominated for a Golden Globe!’ and then I wouldn’t have any friends anymore.”
— Jennifer Lawrence
On being nominated for the first time for her work on Winter’s Bone.

“I’m not saying it doesn’t feel nice to be recognized by your peers, but it feels a bit more political rather than based on real talent.”
— Trent Reznor
The Nine Inch Nails frontman, on his nomination for original score for The Social Network.

“Jesse [Tyler Ferguson] texted me congratulations this morning, and he knows the drill: Neither one of us are anything without the other or without [creators] Steve [Levitan] or Chris [Lloyd].”
— Eric Stonestreet
On sharing his nomination with his onscreen partner and the Modern Family creators.

“It didn’t occur that anybody would be interested in giving awards to a movie with the number ‘3’ in the title.”
— Lee Unkrich
The director on not expecting Toy Story 3 to be nominated for best animated film.

“She’s going to be touring in a wheelchair when she’s 150, and we’re going to love it. She’s going to outdo all the other bitches. It’s going to be the ‘You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me’ tour.”
— Diane Warren
On longtime collaborator and Burlesque star Cher, who sang her nominated tune in the film.

“The person responsible for the film, fundamentally, is the director, so that’s a shame. But you don’t put all your psychic demons in the hands of the foreign press.”
— Helena Bonham Carter
On partner Tim Burton not receiving a nomination for Alice in Wonderland (it received noms for comedy/musical picture, score and actor).

“I guess [the 127 Hours nom] gives the lie to that well-worn cliche that Hollywood only likes its blockbusters. This is the antithesis of a blockbuster.”
— Simon Beaufoy
The 127 Hours co-writer, on his film’s best screenplay nom.

“Everything can’t be about animation and blowing up. There needs to be a place that talks about life in a real way.”
— Halle Berry
On being nominated for her film Frankie and Alice.

“You’ll see this Golden Globe nominee picking up dog poop in about 20 minutes.”
— Bryan Cranston
On his celebratory plans for his Breaking Bad nomination