By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 11, 2013 at 11:19AM
If you wanted awards coverage, this past weekend was a goldmine. Not only were the BAFTAs handed out, so too were the ASC awards. And last night, there was this little thing called Grammys. Yes, the annual celebration of all things in mainstream music was celebrated, but in among the winners were a few items of note to movie fans.
The eligibility window for the music awards are a bit wonky, so while all these movies are more than a year old, they're only picking up honors now. After bagging an Oscar for their work on "The Social Network," Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross took a Grammy for their equally compelling work on "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." The pulsating, coldly creeping score is a winner, so we have no problem with that. Nor do we see anything wrong with the lively songs for "Midnight In Paris" winning Best Soundtrack Compilation. Woody Allen's love letter to the Jazz Age was not only a great film, but also a great listen.
Lastly, the night couldn't end without Taylor Swift winning something, so she got a trophy for "Safe & Sound," her song from "The Hunger Games" that she did with The Civil Wars that we totally forgot about. Seriously, does anyone remember that song? Yeah, thought so. Full list of Grammy winners here.