'30 Minutes or Less,' 'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie,' 'Final Destination 5' disappoint at box office.
From last year's set visit to this year's early screening, we've been following Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari's comedy all the way.
'I never drive ever, so I've been given the opportunity and a cool car,' Eisenberg tells MTV News of his daredevil driving.
'Madea's Big Happy Family,' 'Water for Elephants' can't shake animated flick from the top of the box office.
'The first key to being smooth is, you don't necessarily always have to be smooth,' will says of their characters.
'King's Speech' rules the night, with 'The Fighter' and 'The Social Network' also winning big.
Javier Bardem, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Annette Bening and more nominees also thank Academy for the recognition.
'We knew the movie was about basic human emotions and the need for acceptance,' producer Michael De Luca tells MTV News.
'The King's Speech' leads the pack with 12 nominations.
'It's a great way to start the morning,' Sorkin says of film's eight nominations.
Natalie Portman shouts out her 'Black Swan' director for bringing her and her fiancé together, while Christian Bale gets emotional.
Natalie Portman takes home Best Actress, and 'The Social Network' wins Best Picture.
'I'm so happy and proud to share this honor with Jake [Gyllenhaal],' the 'Love and Other Drugs' actress says of Best Actress nod.
'King's Speech' and 'Social Network' got the most Globe love, but that doesn't mean Oscars will follow suit.
'It's not hard to understand how bright women could be appalled,' Sorkin responds to unsuspecting commenter's critique of Facebook flick.
David Fincher's Facebook movie maintains first place, while 'Life as We Know It' settles for the #2 slot.
'When a film is this well received across the board — audiences and critics — it goes a long way with Oscar voters,' one expert says.
Critics rave about the 'sizzling ethical-dramatic question' that drives David Fincher's latest.
'Anyone who loves movies loves David Fincher,' Justin Timberlake tells MTV News.
'It's incredibly painful to read it, so I stay off of it,' actor says of reading about himself online.
JT says his friends got into a heated Facebook discussion 'without me ... steering the conversation in any way' after a screening.