All snark aside, Leonardo DiCaprio does two rare things: 1. Holds a trophy. 2. Poses for a photo at the Weinstein party.
Bradley Cooper, his mother Gloria Campano, Leonardo DiCaprio's mother Irmelin Indenbirken, and Leo at the Marie Claire-sponsored Weinstein/Netflix party.
Bono and Diddy, who hosted his own after-after party at the newly opened 1OAK on Sunset (the former Key Club). 1OAK held pre-opening previews all weekend to cash in on the awards weekend buzz.
Taylor Swift and Bono - this year's two awards season rock star guest stars.
The Edge and Usher, who has his own history at the Beverly Hilton. At Clive Davis' party last season, he admitted he almost called himself "Cha Cha".
A scene of the joint Weinstein/Netflix party. No surprise that with their existing business relationship, and the natural conflict with HBO, that they found each other as partners in Netflix's first year at the Globes.
Everybody, including Heidi Klum, loves Harvey.
Ben Foster and his fiance Robin Wright, who won for "House of Cards."
Best Actress nominees, but in different categories: Emma Thompson and Meryl Streep They lost to Cate Blanchett and Amy Adams respectively.
Kerry Washington and Usher (with a blingy brooch).
The real "Philomena," Philomena Lee, and writer/producer/actor Steve Coogan.
Kevin Spacey and Julia Roberts.
Marie Claire editor Anne Fulenwider, Naomi Watts. and Liev Schreiber.
One who went to Georgetown in D.C., Bradley Cooper, and Kevin Spacey, whose series is set in D.C.
Laura Dern, Anne Fulenwider and Bruce Dern.
Steve Coogan and "Inside Llewyn Davis" lead Oscar Isaac.
Kristin Chenoweth and "Captain Phillips" and "Fifty Shades of Grey" producer Dana Brunetti. Fiji smartly made make-up friendly straws for hydration.
"Philomena's" Steve Coogan and "Inside Llewyn Davis'" Oscar Isaac.
Julie Delpy at Weinstein.
Jaime King, Taylor Swift, and Hailee Steinfeld.
Jimmy Iovine without a hat, and The Edge. Golden magnums of Moet were on ice at all the choice tables in the two level round space.
Idris Elba and his girlfriend, Naiyana Garth.
Earlier in the night, Gwyneth Paltrow and Taylor Swift spent the commercial break following Jared Leto's acceptance in a 1-on-1 in the ballroom.
As the ceremony let out and people flooded the lobby, two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz and one of this year's frontrunners Bruce Dern caught some space behind a pole.
Thank you. Beverly Hilton. This helps after 5 hours of Moet magnums.
At HBO, Jerry Weintraub and Brad Grey huddled up. Weintraub had Michael Douglas and Ben Affleck in his orbit at the party that had all the heat for the key hours after the show.
Hollywood matriarch Barbara Davis, whose Carousel of Hope Ball takes over the International Ballroom every other year, had Tom Hanks dropping in on her at HBO.
The state of premium "cable" in one pic: The bridge between lions Netflix and HBO, Constance Zimmer, and fellow premium cable icon from AMC, Aaron Paul.
At HBO, Sofia Vergara celebrates the Globes.
Camilla Alves celebrates with victorious husband Matthew McConaughey at HBO's poolside soiree.
Fameballs: Lady Gaga and Paris Hilton's mother Kathy. As you may recall, Gaga did a concert doc with HBO.
Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan.
Rob Lowe and Josh Radnor at HBO.
No longer a "two-hander" -- Michael Douglas, whose drink went missing at HBO, and the currently one-arm-down Matt Damon.
Martin Scorsese and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Andrew Rannells with the boss' wife, Leslie Mann, on the night that "Girls" season 3 premiered. (All HBO/Weinstein photos by Getty Images.)
Globes host Tina Fey with NBC Universal brass Steve Burke, Robert Greenblatt, Jennifer Salke, and Ted Harbert at NBC's party on the roof of the garage.
Viewers, meet your newest generation of the NBC late night dynasty: Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels and Steve Burke.
"The boys" (as one insider referred to McConaughey and Leto) went 2-for-2 for Focus Features. "Rush" and "Despicable Me 2" came up empty for Universal, but Ron Howard, Jeff Shell, Lorne Michaels, and Ron Meyer were still smiling after the show that aired on their in-house network. (Photos courtesy of NBC.)
Joe Earley, Melissa Fumero, Kevin Reilly, winner Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Joe Lo Truglio and Stephanie Beatriz celebrate "Brooklyn Nine-Nine's" surprise win for Best Comedy TV Show at the Fox party. Heineken sponsored the party in the Robinson's May parking lot. (Photo courtesy of Fox.)