David O.Russell's 'American Hustle' takes home three awards at the 2014 Golden Globe ceremony, including 'Best Motion Picture, Music or Comedy'.
The David O.Russell directed crime drama 'American Hustle' was a big winner at 71st annual Golden Globe awards this past Sunday (Jan 12th). The late 1970's retelling of the Abscam government corruption scandal picked up three movie and acting awards.
The ensemble cast of 'American Hustle'
'American Hustle' boosts an ensemble cast which sees the reunion of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence (Both starred in 2012's 'Silver Lining Playbook), as well as Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner.
To kick off the nights celebration, the 23 year-old Lawrence, who played 'Rosalyn Rosenfeld', the troubled and tormented wife of co-artist 'Irving Rosenfeld' (Bale), was awarded with her second Golden Globe, this time for 'Best Supporting Actress'.
A clearly nervous Lawrence took to the stage and told the A-list crowd, "I don't know why I'm so scared. I don't know why I'm shaking so much.”
"Don't ever do this again," she said to herself. "It's so scary."
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