Aaron Taylor-Johnson gave his daughters a sweet shout out while accepting his Golden Globe, but turns out 6-year-old Wylda might not have even been watching the show, because she was having a play date with Amy Adams' daughter.
"How'd you hear that? Entertainment Tonight, they got the down-low right now!" the Nocturnal Animals star asked ET's Kevin Frazier backstage. (Adams herself told us on the red carpet.) "Yes, my daughter and Amy's daughter are good friends so they're hanging out. A little sleepover!"
When we spoke with the newly minted Best Supporting Actor winner, he hadn't yet had a chance to let his kids know about his win -- "I didn't even bring my phone out this evening!" -- but was certainly enjoying the moment.
"I'm just going to be here, be in the present, enjoy what it is," he said. As for how he will celebrate this evening he admitted, "I have no idea! Never been in this position before, so hopefully it won’t get too ugly."
Taylor-Johnson's Globe is validation for everything he went through preparing himself for the twisted role. "I spent a lot of time watching documentaries on serial killers," he recalled. "It was not nice. It was sleepless nights, it was dark."
The 26-year-old also revealed that it took him about two or three months to shake the part. "Some actors do job to job. I do one thing a year," he explained. "I need that time in order to remember and come back. To be grounded. A little bit of therapy in there. It was intense."