Celebrity reactions | Eddie Redmayne
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Golden Globes 2015: Quotes from the stars

Celebrity reactions | Eddie Redmayne
On playing Stephen Hawking: “The interesting aspect, for me, was when you meet Stephen, even though he can only move so few muscles, all of his energy is channeled into that; that’s where his charisma is. And it was a great privilege to convey that on film.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Julianne Moore
On the character she plays in “Still Alice": “This is a woman who chooses to inhabit her life no matter what her life is. Not get ahead of it, not get behind it. But try to be in it. That to me is truly beautiful. That’s really all we have.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Ruth Wilson
On her role in “The Affair": “I work hard, I care so much about the characters I create; I was really intent on serving the grief of this character. My godmother has suffered what Alison went through, and I wanted to see what that felt like, to serve that.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Michael Keaton
On his actor win: “The thing of who’s best or who’s better, its a tricky thing. I’m proud to have it but there’s not a person in the room who couldn’t have won something.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Ethan Hawke
On taking on his “Boyhood” role: “I don’t think any actor has been approached with this offer before: to create a character ... that will change the way we all change. Inevitably, slowly, mysteriously. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity.” (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Richard Linklater
On filming “Boyhood": “So much of life also demands patience, and film is the most patience-demanding art form -- and this was that times 12. What it took away in urgency, it gave us in time and we used that time to dig deeper to develop these characters.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | George Clooney
On the show: “Tina and Amy kill me. I think that they’re the best hosts of this show. Last year’s ‘Gravity’ joke was the best. Tonight ... was hysterical.”  (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Sarah Treem
On casting Ruth Wilson in “The Affair": “If you see a two-minute reel and feel this woman is irreplaceable, you have to get on your knees and beg her to do your show.” (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Maggie Gyllenhaal
On an increase in complex roles for women: “All of a sudden there’s a kind of wealth of roles for women who actually feel like women I know and like me, women that aren’t this fantasy of perfection or what we wish we could be.” (Jordan Strauss / Invision / Associated Press)
Celebrity reactions | Alejandro G. Inarritu, second from right, director
On writing the script: “I feel very happy and very proud having shared with these writers and friends this profound experience. We laughed every time, on every page.”  (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Jake Gyllenhaal
On politics at the Golden Globes ceremony: “The issues going on in the world right now are about how we express ourselves and Hollywood is often the epicenter of expression. This is the most important issue here tonight.” (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Jeffrey Tambor
On portraying Maura in “Transparent": “The bottom line ... this is about freedom. I get to partake in some aspect of that. My hands shook every day while making it -- not for the review, not for the awards, but just to get it right.” (Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Jill Soloway, center, ‘Transparent’ creator
On creating “Transparent": “My own parent came out as trans three years ago. From the moment I began to understand who my parent was and what I didn’t know about my family and who they are now, this show just made itself. To have Amazon believe in this is amazing.” (Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Patricia Arquette
On the 12th year of filming “Boyhood": “The last year [of filming], I was so sad that we were finishing. I was like, ‘I’m the mom! And the mom doesn’t agree that it’s 12 years. It’s actually a 20-year movie! You can finish this movie when I’m an old, dead woman.’ ” (Jordan Strauss / Invision / Associated Press)
Celebrity reactions | Mark Ruffalo
On the show’s political jokes: “I think it’s going over well. North Korea -- it’s all fair game. I was glad they mentioned ‘Je suis Charlie.’ I did love that. It’s good we know that there’s stuff going on outside of this room.” (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Andrey Zvyagintsev, right, director
On making movies: “The major task when we do movies is our idea to come up with a movie that makes people think ... and cry.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Amy Adams
On her daughter: “It’s strange to say a 4½-year-old is supportive, but she is. She always says, ‘You look pretty, Momma.’ I look forward to some mommy time [with her].” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Matt Bomer
On his supporting actor win for “The Normal Heart": “Initially it was shock. Then just joy and trying to make sure I didn’t get too emotional.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Common, right, rapper
On “Selma": “I didn’t know there was that many multicultural parts to the [civil rights] movement. What that opened my mind to is seeing what’s happening right now. We see people from different backgrounds coming together. They just want justice and humanity.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Gina Rodriguez
On her TV actress win for “Jane the Virgin": “It allowed Latinos to see themselves in a beautiful light. The win meant everything, a lot more than just me.” (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Johann Johannsson, composer
On his inspiration for “The Theory of Everything” score: “The first thing that struck me was ... the strength of the transformation that Eddie Redmayne makes. And that was my oxygen.” (Jordan Strauss / Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
Celebrity reactions | Billy Bob Thornton
On the trophy: “Do you guys remember the TV series ‘Columbo’? Ever notice that the murder weapon was something like [this]?” (Jordan Strauss / Invision/AP)
Celebrity reactions | Joanne Froggatt
On playing a woman of the 1920s and a rape survivor: “There may be people at home that have been through this experience. I want people to feel my portrayal was honest.” (Frederic J. Brown / AFP / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | J.K. Simmons
His advice for young actors: “Keep doing it and work hard to develop a strong foundation. I had a brilliant choir director when I was in college -- and it was really hard and he said, ‘Look, we have to get this perfect, this rhythm and balance. And then we can start to make music.’”  (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Cheryl Strayed, author
On the red Badgley Mischka gown she purchased herself: “I’m a writer who spends days in her PJs.” (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Patti Smith
On watching the Golden Globes annually with her late mother: “I remember when it was in black and white! My mom would love this. I’m here tonight for my mother.” (John Shearer / Invision / Associated Press)
Celebrity reactions | Felicity Jones, actress
On her feelings pre-show: “I was nervous when I woke up -- but a gin and tonic helps with that!” Only to add: “Not in the morning though!”  (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | TJ Miller, actor
On his role in “Silicon Valley": “I’m just so happy to finally be able to play a character that’s closer to my comic persona. Plus all the other comics in it are just so good.”  (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Thomas Middleditch, actor
On the red carpet scene, and “Silicon Valley’s” nomination: “There’s just so many people, a lot of cameras and questions. I don’t know if [we’ll win]. The show’s only had eight episodes. I’m already practicing my ‘It’s OK if we don’t win’ speech.” (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Conchita Wurst, singer
On the red carpet scene: “This is my first time in America. And what a great welcome!” (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Dominic West, actor
On his “lucky” golden cufflinks: “They’re old and haven’t brought me luck yet, but we will see.” He’s seen here at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in November.  (Grant Pollard / Invision / Associated Press)
Celebrity reactions | Beau Willimon, executive producer ‘House of Cards’
On whether “House of Cards” will go home with a statue: “It’s a crapshoot. But just being a contender is an honor. And something like this -- really, it’s just a big party. It’s fun.” He’s seen here at an Envelope round table event last May. (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)
Celebrity reactions | Antonio Sanchez, musician
On the music he composed for “Birdman,” which is nominated for a score Golden Globe: “We tried to mirror the internal turmoil of Michael Keaton’s character,” the jazz drummer, seen at a BAFTA event Saturday, said. “Anxiety, crazy, chaotic. The drums represent it all.”  (Jason Kempin / Getty Images)
Celebrity reactions | Pawel Pawlikowski, director
On the tragedy in Paris: “The world seems out of control. It’s absolutely frightening. But it’s important for democratic societies to keep up certain standards. Stay pure and stay true.” He’s seen here at the European Film Awards in December. (Valda Kalnina / European Pressphoto Agency)
Celebrity reactions | Karen Sharpe Kramer, actress
On the Golden Globes’ growth as an awards show: “I’ve watched every one and I can’t believe we’ve almost outgrown the Hilton!” Kramer, left, said. She’s pictured here with her daughter, Katherine, in 2005.  (Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images)
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