By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated June 03, 1998 12:00 AM
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On the party circuit after Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, PEOPLE caught up with “Sex and the City” winner Sarah Jessica Parker at the HBO bash. With her hubby Matthew Broderick in Chicago, she said (he is prepping to star in the Broadway musical “The Producers”), and her award planted on a nearby table, Parker cringed at her nervous appearance on a TV monitor. “I’m so tired of talking!” she told PEOPLE. “I can’t believe I won again. I’m going to celebrate tonight . . . hanging out with the people I love, and I’m having a great time. Then I’m going home to thank my lucky stars.” At the party tossed by Warner Bros. and InStyle (both, like PEOPLE, are part of AOL Time Warner), “Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Muniz, 15, was in good spirits, even though he lost to “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer in the best actor in a comedy series category. When asked about how he enjoys his craft, he snapped, “Acting is the easiest thing in the world. I don’t know why you get awards for it. I just go out there and have fun.” Finally, over at the DreamWorks party, “Cast Away” winner Tom Hanks stood up and gave studio boss Steven Spielberg a bear hug, reports PEOPLE. “What are you doing here?” the star asked Spielberg who, having spent the evening at home watching the awards show with wife Kate Capshaw and their children, was outfitted in blue jeans and a brown leather jacket. “Hey,” replied Spielberg, returning the embrace, “you won.”