When Jan Kaczmarek was approached to score "Get Low," he was attracted to the idea of infusing the music with subtle elements of American bluegrass, which he describes as "having a mystery in it."
Alice in Wonderland" costume designer Colleen Atwood believes she and helmer Tim Burton found themselves collaborating on eight of his films for some special reasons.
It's one of the most macho things about being an actor. Robert Duvall has it in "Get Low." So do Jon Hamm, Ben Affleck and Jeremy Renner in "The Town."
"I'm a designer who likes to go a bit nuts," says production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas, best known for his big, bold statements in films like "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" and "Superman Returns."
Producer Bonnie Arnold had nothing but praise for the filmmakers of toon nominee "How to Train Your Dragon."
Ryan Gosling credits director Derek Cianfrance's unwavering conviction and focus with helping him earn the Golden Globe nom for "Blue Valentine."
Adapting Aron Ralston's harrowing survival tale into "127 Hours" posed its own set of challenges for scribe Simon Beaufoy.
"Biutiful" helmer Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu cast a wary eye on his phone when it rang early this ayem.
"House" star Hugh Laurie, a six-time nominee and two-time winner, is already getting ready for the Golden Globes party. "I am thrilled and honored," he said. "I am now going to turn the house upside…
As one who's been fortunate to bank a lot of awards hardware during his career, composer Alan Menken was particularly grateful for his nom for the "Tangled" tune "I See the Light."
Helmer David O. Russell said he hopes the noms for "The Fighter" will help the city of Lowell, Mass., take pride in the accomplishments of the movie's subject, boxer Mickey Ward.