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In theaters since late November, Disney's seasonal animated film Frozen has finally earned the title of highest-grossing film at the worldwide box office for the weekend ending January 12, bringing in $42.87 million across 51 countries, according to Rentrak. Matthew McConaughey said taking home the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture was more rewarding given that making the film didn’t come easy – it was declined 86 times and took 20 years to make. “To be here it’s more than bonus time, it’s celebration time," he said. “That’s incredibly rewarding for a film that nobody wanted to make.” So who does McConaughey have to thank for his big win? It wasn't your typical lucky rabbit foot. It was his 5-year-old son Levi's vote of confidence (or rather, lack thereof). After numerous nominations over the years, Leonardo DiCaprio's got his second Golden Globe win. He took home the best actor in a drama award for 2004's The Aviator, also directed by Martin Scorsese. DiCaprio says he was so invested in his role in The Wolf of Wall Street that he isn't sure if he'll ever find another project that he's as passionate about. Though it's probably a good bet, we'll be seeing another Scorsese/DiCaprio collaboration in the future.