From Leonardo DiCaprio to Idris Elba, ET's Nancy O'Dell chatted with the biggest stars of the Golden Globes on Sunday's dazzling red carpet.
Leonardo DiCaprio walked away with his second Golden Globe on Sunday, and he revealed that his process for The Wolf of Wall Street was similar to his other Golden Globe-winning performance in The Aviator.
"There were two films in my career that I really wanted to get made and fought for a long time to put up on screen and that was [The Wolf of Wall Street] and The Aviator," said Leo. "To do a film that's this radical that I think pushes the envelope and takes a lot of risks, especially having it be an American epic, is something that you don't see very often."
"He's got much more range as an actor [now]," Scorsese said of Leo, praising his frequent collaborator for his growth over the years
Like Leo, Idris Elba also played a real-life person in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The 41-year-old actor also had the task of speaking after Mandela's death.
"It was very difficult," said Idris. "It was like everyone had lost someone very close to them."
Having two of his films nominated for awards, Tom Hanks was presented with the dilemma of choosing which table to sit. Once again showing himself to be the consummate professional, Tom quickly came up with a solution.
"I'll just keep flittering back and forth depending on where we are in the show," said Tom. "I'll be a little social, industry butterfly."
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