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Why McConaughey Is All Right, All Right, All Right, and Other Golden Globes Mysteries Solved

Yahoo Movies
January 13, 2014

What movie was Matthew McConaughey quoting in his speech?

When he received the award for Best Actor in a Drama, McConaughey opened by saying, "All right, all right, all right." 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.

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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.

What was the song Diane Keaton sang?

When she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille award for her longtime friend and collaborator Woody Allen, Diane Keaton ended with an a capella rendition of "Make New Friends." It's a song most closely associated with the Girl Scouts of America, and it appeared in the first "Girl Scouts Songbook" originally published in 1925. What that has to do with "Annie Hall" or "Manhattan" is still up in the air.

Who is Robert Redford's wife?

Nominee Robert Redford was accompanied on the red carpet by his wife, German artist Sibylle Szaggars. The pair were married in 2009 after having been linked for 13 years. Redford met Szaggars at his yearly Sundance Film Festival. His previously marriage to Lola Van Wagenen, ended after 27 years in 1985.

How did Robin Wright look so amazing?

47-year-old actress Robin Wright looked even more fit and trim than usual when she accepted the award for Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama. Wright said in the pressroom that her look was thanks to her fiancé, actor Ben Foster, who has been preparing to play cyclist Lance Armstrong in a film. She said that Foster had been on an 800 calorie-a-day diet, "and I said in solidarity I'll do it with you." She also admitted, "I really want to go to In-N-Out [Burger] right now."

Who did "Randy Fey" think was his father?

In one of the funnier bits of the night, Tina Fey introduced her "adult son from a previous relationship" Randy (co-host Amy Poehler in a tux and wig) and said that Randy's father was in attendance. Randy went out into the crowd and first asked if multiple nominee Idris Elba was his father. Then Randy asked about the man sitting next to Elba, who was mogul Harvey Weinstein. This year, Weinstein produced "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" (for which Elba was nominated for Best Actor) as well as "August: Osage County."

Where Was Catherine Zeta-Jones?
After a hiccup in their marriage last year, things are back on track for the Welsh beauty and hubby Michael Douglas, as his New Year's vacation photo told us. So why wasn't the "Red 2" actress by his side when the "Behind the Candelabra" star collected his trophy for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television? "She's back east with the kids," Douglas told E! News. But before rumors could get started, he quickly added, "All is good. All is good." For the record, the goateed star did have on his wedding ring for the festivities, showing it off as he clutched his statuette. And he gave his bride and children (the two with Zeta-Jones and his adult son from his first marriage) a shout out in his acceptance speech, gushing, "To Catherine, Carys, Cameron, and Dylan — all my love."

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