Golden Globe Moments

The Golden Globes, held in January, are often thought of as the appetizer to the main event – March's Oscars. But that doesn't mean the first big player in Hollywood's awards show season isn't just as scrumptious when it comes to head-turning moments. Whether it's Hilary Swank besting veterans like Meryl Streep, or Jodie Foster turning up with Russell Crowe on her arm, the stars always make the Golden Globes a memorable event.


After accepting the 2002 Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement from fellow Jack Ryan portrayer Ben Affleck (who starred as the Tom Clancy-created character in 2002's The Sum of All Fears), an ill-at-ease Harrison Ford wryly told the audience that he was honored "to be nominated in a category in which all the competition is dead."