ET's Mary Hart got the backstage scoop from the stars right after they won their Golden Globes!
Christian Bale sat with Mary after winning Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for the quick work he did in 'The Fighter.'
"We did the whole thing in about 33 days." Christian said of shooting the movie. The British actor is known as a perfectionist on set and Mary wondered how the time limit affected his performance. "It was actually great. I didn't want it to be any longer than that because the whole thing needs that momentum."
Several members of the cast of "Glee" stopped by to visit Mary, and Amber Riley said that the cast is "so grateful" that the show won the Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical statuette, and added, "It's not really work when you love it."
Jim Parsons, who took home the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Globe, told Mary of being honored, "I'm really touched, and I was really honored." He said the moment was made even more special, since his co-star Kaley Cuoco presented the award to him.
Claire Danes paid Mary a visit after winning the Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television award for her HBO movie 'Temple Grandin,' based on the life of Temple Grandin, an autism and animal rights advocate.
"It's very out of body, all of this," Claire told Mary. "I mean, how often do you get to directly thank the character that you played … the character, the person!"
"I have such limitless respect for her and love for her," Claire said of Temple.
And when Mary asked Claire to share something viewers may not know about her, she disclosed that she loves to cartwheel! "When I was five, I would cartwheel down the streets of New York City until my hands were black," she said.
Al Pacino visited Mary backstage after winning the Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television award for his work on HBO's Jack Kevorkian biopic, "You Don't Know Jack."
Al told Mary of winning, "It's very gratifying, it's just very very moving. … When it happens to you, it's just wonderful."
Al said that Jack had come to the show, but was feeling a little under the weather so he left before Al won the award. Al says that Jack is a very interesting man, and adds, "Every time something happens I would love to hear his spin on it."
As for what is next for Al, he recently wrapped The Merchant of Venice on Broadway and is also starring in 'Jack and Jill' with Adam Sandler. He says that when it comes to choosing his projects, " You go with the glow, as they say." And when it comes to acting, he says, "I think of it as, as long as I have an appetite… I'll do it. When that goes, I'll find something else to do."
Paul Giamatti, who took home the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical for 'Barney's Version,' told Mary, " Hopefully people will see this movie, because it's a fantastic movie." He said that his character in the film was " was one of my favorites to play."
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