2013 Golden Globes: Jennifer Lawrence, "Les Miserables," and "Django Unchained" Win Big

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Hollywood’s finest stars and starlets -- including Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Christoph Waltz -- took center stage Sunday night at the 2013 Golden Globes, which was kicked off by "Saturday Night Live" veterans Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Lawrence, who is best known for her lead role in the “Hunger Games” trilogy, won best lead actress for her performance in the romance film “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Hathaway, of course, walked away with best supporting actress for her unforgettable portrayal of Fantine in the recently-released musical “Les Miserables,” and best supporting actor went to Christoph Waltz, who played Dr. King Schultz in the fan favorite “Django Unchained.”

Ben Affleck won best director for his film “Argo,” which also received the Golden Globe for best drama.

“Django Unchained,” the Quentin Tarantino film about a slave seeking vengeance, won another award on top of Waltz’ for best screenplay.

The coveted awards for best actress and actor went to Jessica Chastain from “Zero Dark Thirty” and Daniel Day-Lewis for his work in “Lincoln.”

The television series “Homeland” fared well, and took home best drama television series, as well as the best actor and actress in a television series (Damian Lewis and Claire Danes), whereas “Girls” took home best comedy television series.

Other notable winners include “Brace” for best animated feature film, Maggie Smith for best supporting actress in a television series for her work in season two of “Downton Abbey,” as well as “Game Change” for best miniseries or motion picture made for television.