2014 Golden Globes Biggest Mysteries Solved
What movie was Matthew McConaughey quoting in his speech?
When he received the award for Best Actor in a Drama, McConaughey opened by saying "Alright, alright, alright." Those were the first words he ever said on film in his screen debut, Richard Linklater's '70s flashback "Dazed and Confused," which first hit theaters over 20 years ago. McConaughey said in a later interview that he uses those words to help "kick-start" him when he has to talk in front of people.
He concluded his speech with another nod to "Dazed," quoting his character's line, "You just gotta keep livin' man, L-I-V-I-N." McConaughey also named his production company, charitable foundation, and clothing line "J.K. Livin" after that quote.
Who is "Mr. Stone" Matthew McConaughey mentioned?
Also in his acceptance speech, McConaughey thanked his wife Camilla, and then gave a shout-out to "my kids: Levi, Vida, Mr. Stone." Mr. Stone is apparently his nickname for his youngest child, Livingston Alves McConaughey, who was born on Dec. 28, 2012.
Who are the "Bob and Sandy" Leonardo DiCaprio congratulated?
DiCaprio ended his speech for Best Actor in a Comedy, he exclaimed "Congratulations Bob and Sandy!" But he wasn't predicting that Robert Redford and Sandra Bullock would win. In the pressroom later, he revealed that he was acknowledging a cousin who was married just yesterday. DiCaprio reportedly left the Paramount pre-Globes party early on Saturday to attend the nuptials.