Director Peter Berg's gritty military drama Lone Survivor managed to nab the top-spot at this weekend's box office, raking in a surprising $38.5 million, and knocking last-week's box office champion, Frozen, down into second place.
Lots of fun surprises and just enough of the expected made the 71st Annual Golden Globes a rewarding awards show this year, with co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (drinks in hand) steering the ship to see 12 Years A Slave, American Hustle and Dallas Buyers Club dominate the Film category, while on the TV side, Breaking Bad went out with a bang and Brooklyn Nine-Nine shot straight -- with two former SNL stars stealing the top Comedy categories.
The 71st Golden Globes air tonight on NBC, and ET is bringing you the winners!
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The first OMG moment of the Golden Globes broadcast had to be the acceptance speech by Dancing on the Edge star Jacqueline Bisset, whose remarks were long, nostalgic, rambling and included at one point profanity.