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Golden Globes Nominations Announced!
Button, Slumdog and Revolutionary lead

11 December 2008  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Hollywood Foreign Press Association

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The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be held in Hollywood on January 11, 2009, and the nominations for the prizes have just been unveiled. The big news is that Doubt, Frost/Nixon and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button lead the pack with five nominations apiece, closely followed by Slumdog Millionaire, Revolutionary Road, Vicky Cristina Barcelona and The Reader with four.

It's anyone's race, as the wide spread of these nominations suggests. The big Best Motion Picture - Drama category sees Button, Frost/Nixon, The Reader, Revolutionary Road and Slumdog Millionaire fighting it out for the big prize, proving that every film with awards pretensions should have at least one British star (Button's got Tilda Swinton, after all, and that's the only one with a merely tenuous link). Just behind the leaders are The Wrestler with three, and In Bruges, which took acting nominations in the Comedy/Musical category for both Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Let's hope they don't split the Irish American vote.

Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical has an interesting mix of smart, black comedies and one over-the-top Abba fest. The nominees are In Bruges, Burn After Reading, Happy-Go-Lucky, Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Mamma Mia! It'll be interesting to see if the results there follow box office and go for the Meryl Streep movie or reward a much smaller and more interesting film.

Streep, however, will be celebrating, with two acting nods - one for her dramatic turn in Doubt and one for the aforementioned Mamma Mia! But she's not alone: Kate Winslet also landed two, a leading dramatic nomination for her excellent turn in Revolutionary Road, and a supporting nod for The Reader. The Jolie-Pitt household will also be celebrating today, with Pitt landing a nomination for his turn in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Jolie nominated for Changeling. In among the surprises are two Best Supporting Actor nominations for Tropic Thunder, for Robert Downey Jr and Tom Cruise.

Read below for the full list.

Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Frost/Nixon
The Reader
Revolutionary Road
Slumdog Millionaire

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama
Anne Hathaway - Rachel Getting Married
Angelina Jolie - Changeling
Meryl Streep - Doubt
Kristin Scott Thomas - I've Loved You So Long
Kate Winslet - Revolutionary Road

Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama
Leonardo DiCaprio - Revolutionary Road
Frank Langella - Frost/Nixon
Sean Penn - Milk
Brad Pitt - The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Mickey Rourke - The Wrestler

Best Motion Picture – Comedy Or Musical
Burn After Reading
Happy-Go-Lucky
In Bruges
Mamma Mia!
Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Comedy Or Musical
Rebecca Hall - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Sally Hawkins - Happy-Go-Lucky
Frances McDormand - Burn After Reading
Meryl Streep - Mamma Mia!
Emma Thompson - Last Chance Harvey

Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Comedy Or Musical
Javier Bardem - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Colin Farrell - In Bruges
James Franco - Pineapple Express
Brendan Gleeson - In Bruges
Dustin Hoffman - Last Chance Harvey

Best Animated Feature Film
Bolt
Kung Fu Panda
Wall-E

Best Foreign Language Film
The Baader Meinhof Complex (Germany)
Everlasting Moments (Sweden/Denmark)
Gomorrah (Italy)
I've Loved You So Long (France)
Waltz With Bashir (Israel)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
Amy Adams - Doubt
Penelope Cruz - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Viola Davis - Doubt
Marisa Tomei - The Wrestler
Kate Winslet - The Reader

Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
Tom Cruise - Tropic Thunder
Robert Downey Jr. - Tropic Thunder
Ralph Fiennes - The Duchess
Philip Seymour Hoffman - Doubt
Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight

Best Director – Motion Picture
Danny Boyle - Slumdog Millionaire
Stephen Daldry - The Reader
David Fincher - The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Ron Howard - Frost/Nixon
Sam Mendes - Revolutionary Road

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
Simon Beaufoy - Slumdog Millionaire
David Hare - The Reader
Peter Morgan - Frost/Nixon
Eric Roth - The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
John Patrick Shanley - Doubt

Best Original Score – Motion Picture
Alexandre Desplat - The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Clint Eastwood - Changeling
James Newton Howard - Defiance
A. R. Rahman - Slumdog Millionaire
Hans Zimmer - Frost/Nixon

Best Original Song – Motion Picture
“Down To Earth” — Wall-E
“Gran Torino” — Gran Torino
“I Thought I Lost You” — Bolt
“Once In A Lifetime” — Cadillac Records
“The Wrestler” — The Wrestler

Best Television Series – Drama
Dexter (Showtime)
House (Fox)
In Treatment (HBO)
Mad Men (AMC)
True Blood (HBO)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series – Drama
Sally Field - Brothers And Sisters
Mariska Hargitay - Law And Order: Special Victims Unit
January Jones - Mad Men
Anna Paquin - True Blood
Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series – Drama
Gabriel Byrne - In Treatment
Michael C. Hall - Dexter
Jon Hamm - Mad Men
Hugh Laurie - House
Jonathan Rhys Meyers - The Tudors

Best Television Series – Comedy Or Musical
30 Rock (NBC)
Californication (Showtime)
Entourage (HBO)
The Office (NBC)
Weeds (Showtime)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series –Comedy Or Musical
Christina Applegate - Samantha Who?
America Ferrera - Ugly Betty
Tina Fey - 30 Rock
Debra Messing - The Starter Wife
Mary-Louise Parker - Weeds

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series – Comedy Or Musical
Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock
Steve Carell - The Office
Kevin Connolly - Entourage
David Duchovny - Californication
Tony Shalhoub - Monk

Best Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
A Raisin In The Sun (ABC)
Bernard And Doris (HBO)
Cranford (PBS)
John Adams (HBO)
Recount (HBO)

Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
Judi Dench - Cranford
Catherine Keener - An American Crime
Laura Linney - John Adams
Shirley Maclaine - Coco Chanel
Susan Sarandon - Bernard And Doris

Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
Ralph Fiennes - Bernard And Doris
Paul Giamatti - John Adams
Kevin Spacey - Recount
Kiefer Sutherland - 24: Redemption
Tom Wilkinson - Recount

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
Eileen Atkins - Cranford
Laura Dern - Recount
Melissa George - In Treatment
Rachel Griffiths - Brothers And Sisters
Dianne Wiest - In Treatment

Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
Neil Patrick Harris - How I Met Your Mother
Denis Leary - Recount
Jeremy Piven - Entourage
Blair Underwood - In Treatment
Tom Wilkinson - John Adams

 


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Cruise and Downey are you serious??
How the hell have Cruise and Downey Jr been nominated? That film was average at best and they don't come close to Heath or Hoffman. I hope Ledger win's his peformance was un-real!!! More

Posted by jd0986 at 20:42 on 16 December 2008 | Report This Post

TDK Best Picture
Dark Knight should have defiantly be nominated. Second highest grossing film, every review I've seen of it has been given 5 stars. It should have definatly have had nominations for best screenplay and best picture. More

Posted by summersgod at 20:42 on 13 December 2008 | Report This Post

Tom Cruis????
ok, he was like brilliant but when did extended cameo jumped to being a supporting role???? i hope Robert Downey Jr wins also happy to see In Bruges nominated :) More

Posted by kachna_ff at 19:41 on 13 December 2008 | Report This Post

Fair enough.
I'm excited to see the outcome. I think the nominations are very well thought out. TDK didn't deserve that many nomination anyway, and i'm glad to see some under-rated actors/actresses get a chance, such as Kate Winslet who hasn't won any awards that she's nominated for and Javier Bardem is just amazing. More

Posted by mk269 at 17:55 on 13 December 2008 | Report This Post

OH DEAR ONLY ONE NOM FOR TDK?
I am disappointed but not surprised the TDK only had one nomination for the Golden Globe Awards. The should have two contenders for best supporting actor, Heath Ledger and Aaron Ekhardt. Best Picture and Best Director. Chris Nolan got the best from his actors. What about set designs and art direction? surely they should be nominated as well. I think that the members of these panels of experts that nominate films, dismiss TDK as another "comic book" film and not to be taken seriously. More

Posted by paganprincess at 21:52 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Arbitary gits!
carefactornil seems to have not realised that TDK isn't a comedy or musical... anyway TDK wasnt all that, and none of you fanboys have actually seen any of the 5 nominated films so you can't make any comment till you've seen. 3out of 5 those i reckon will be better than TDK (i'm not so excited bout Slumdog or The Reader). i for one think it's a pretty good list, the comedy stuff i've mostly ignored (i really am not a fan of film comedy, especially not Tropic Thunder or Pineapple Express) More

Posted by richCie at 15:10 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Arbitary gits!
That doesn't make sense! More

Posted by kingkongkeepin at 14:10 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

Interesting stuff on the Golden Globes nominators
I knew a bit about them but it seems a backlash is building... http://articles.latimes.com/2008/jan/11/op inion/oe-waxman11 and when Mamma Mia gets nominated but TDK doesn't in the picture category, I have to agree! More

Posted by carefactornil at 13:12 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Golden Globes Nominations Announced!
ne deserved best supporting actor from The Dark Knight it was Aaron Eckhart. More

Posted by Dave B at 11:44 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Golden Globes Nominations Announced!
Could it be that k Knight from Ledger's performance, isn't really anything special? More

Posted by Jasper at 10:17 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

TDK Best Picture
I'm sad to see The Dark Knight missing out on Best Motion Picture, and will probably on the Oscar as well. I can only say its a huge shame as the film had me on the edge of my seat the entire 2 and half hours! and its box office success speaks for itself. Can't the people at WB lobby harder? But TDK winning the Empire award would be enough! More

Posted by killjoyz at 02:56 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

TDK Best Picture
I'm sad to see The Dark Knight missing out on Best Motion Picture, and will probably on the Oscar as well. I can only say its a huge shame as the film had me on the edge of my seat the entire 2 and half hours! and its box office success speaks for itself. Can't the people at WB lobby harder? But TDK winning the Empire award would be enough! More

Posted by killjoyz at 02:56 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Australia?
Although it would have been good to see Dark Knight get a few more noms, it's nice to see In Bruges gets a few. Am I the only one that thought Tropic Thunder was a big load of pish? More

Posted by matthewforan at 00:30 on 12 December 2008 | Report This Post

Australia?
Haven't heard word on Australia yet, but thought I might see it pop up here. Was it released in time? Or is it a bit underwhelming? More

Posted by Ambition at 23:14 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Generation Kill got screwed over
I hope the Oscars look like these nominations too. The Dark Knight deserves two nominations imo Ledger for supporting and for a score.  More

Posted by doncopey1 at 20:49 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Generation Kill got screwed over
people getting so bent out of shape about The Dark Knight not being nominated when, as mentioned, none of the nominations for best drama have been released in the UK so its likely very few of you have seen any of them anyway? It's likely that those 5 films are better than The Dark Knight, in fact I've already seen way more than 5 films this year that I would rate far above that film. Benjamin Button, Frost/Nixon, Slumdog Millionaire, Milk and The Wrestler all look very promising as well, so it More

Posted by Dave B at 20:45 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Generation Kill got screwed over
I didn't expect TDK to get a best picture nod (and it probably won't at the Oscars), but the lack of appreciation towards Nolan as a director is getting a bit ridiculous after all these years. PS: Ledger WAS that good, to say he was 'over the top'  is completely disingeniuous because A) he's the Joker, and B) there were actually many scenes in which he displayed an unnerving calm. Anyway, his role will continue to be recognized for many years to come so I suggest you just get used to More

Posted by hatebox at 20:28 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: Generation Kill got screwed over
I'm a tad disappointed that Downey didn't get a nod for Iron Man as well. He was terrific in that film.  More

Posted by Circe at 19:46 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Generation Kill got screwed over
It's astounding how the Emmys and the Golden Globes refuse to reward two of the greatest writers that have ever worked in Television. The Wire was probably the greatest TV show I've ever seen it completely redefined the cop drama and what you can do with a 1 hour program. Generation Kill was also an exceptional piece of story telling. It was brilliantly written book and mini series that took a completely unbiased view of the events and the people involved and should be rewarded as top class film More

Posted by JohnClark at 19:17 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: The Globes...
Bruges! Wall-E! I loved both those films. The rest...well, they're not out are they? Not long now. Best cinema going time of the year with all the big Oscar nominated films coming out. Can't wait. More

Posted by mafyou at 19:02 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: The Globes...
theres some nice surprises in there, namely in bruges' success! it was a great film, one of my favourite british ones for a long time. i think that the lack of wall-e is much more disturbing than the lack of noms for the dark knight, as much as i enjoyed both wall-e felt like the most genuinely revolutionary blockbuster of the year. More

Posted by adambatman82 at 18:57 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

The Globes...
Thank you, Hollywood Press Association; you've turned Miley Cyrus into a Golden Globe nominee! And what with the awards show being more of a glamour-hog than an actual awards show, some "surprise" nominees are most likely informed by celebrity culture than actual merit (i.e. Tom Cruise's nomination). Still, nice to see more than a few Brits getting noms, including a double for Winslet and Working Title, not to mention more for Daldry, Mendes, David Hare, Sally Hawkins... don't think an More

Posted by Dibder Booth at 17:58 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Arbitary gits!
Why delude yourself that the Dark Knight has the pretensions worthy of far better, if marginalised films? It doesn't need to win (or be nominated) for every award under the sun to prove itself a thoughtful summer film - give yourselves a break. In the same way, Heath Ledger doesn't need to be handed a Golden Globe (for a part so over-the-top that, realistically, many actors could play just as well) to validate his great performance. More

Posted by exandakane at 17:37 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

I'm a bit confused as to why Dark Knight only gets one mention, clearly the people who make the decisions as to who or what becomes the nominees can't take the blinkers off as to what constitutes an awards worthy performance. More

Posted by Rickie.Littlewood at 17:05 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Don't cry, Chewyzombie ...
I'm sure most of the filmmakers on this list would rather take a billion at the box office than sit around at an awards ceremony waiting for someone else to take the little statue home. The vote that the people make with their wallets is the only one that really counts... More

Posted by Nicky C at 16:43 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Heath vs Downey jr
i don't want Ledger winning just because he's dead. Downey Jr did a better performance. that's the bottom line really. i mean, he was playing a character PLAYING a character. More

Posted by Hughezy at 16:33 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE:
L: Galli it's really kind of hard to make one's own opinion about these nominations since we haven't seen many of the nominated films. while "the curious case of benjamin button" is a movie I'm really looking forward to, I'm also quite pleased with the nominations of Ledger (should get it), Downey Jr. (always perfect), Franco (hillarious in Pineapple) and the fact that "In Bruges" is getting mantioned, regarding the fact that it was kind of under the radar in public. At last, I feel a bi More

Posted by Scabby at 16:28 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE:
L: shawshank prisoner Tom Cruise? It was a cameo! sp; Didn't Judi Dench get an oscar for 12 minutes screen time? More

Posted by tftrman at 16:20 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Tom Cruise? It was a cameo! More

Posted by shawshank prisoner at 16:13 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

does anybody actually care about the Golden Globes? They dont really mean anything next to the Oscars More

Posted by Drew_231 at 15:45 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

does anybody actually care about the Golden Globes? They dont really mean anything next to the Oscars More

Posted by Drew_231 at 15:40 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

They remembered In Bruges!
That's great, considering that it kinda came and went without many people noticing... I'm actually curious about almost all of the filmes, especially Benjamin Button. And I agree with everyone saying that it feels like they thought Ledger had to be nominated just to show respect or something... And I did think The Dark Knight was going to get more nods. More

Posted by anascreen29 at 15:38 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

where is the love for the Knight?
I'm sorry hollywood, where you asleep this summer and did not hear of one of the best films in recent years? why is there only 1 nom for The Dark Knight ( admittedly the right nomination ) when there was so much else on offer? Best Director = Chris Nolan, Best Actor = Christian Bale, Best Score = Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard... the list goes on!!!!!!!!!! More

Posted by chewyzombie at 15:30 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

it's really kind of hard to make one's own opinion about these nominations since we haven't seen many of the nominated films. while "the curious case of benjamin button" is a movie I'm really looking forward to, I'm also quite pleased with the nominations of Ledger (should get it), Downey Jr. (always perfect), Franco (hillarious in Pineapple) and the fact that "In Bruges" is getting mantioned, regarding the fact that it was kind of under the radar in public. At last, I feel More

Posted by Galli at 15:24 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: SNORRRRRRRRRRRRRE!
Although I do think Ledger should be nominated, judging by the rest of the list it seems like they felt like he had to be nominated. More

Posted by Scabby at 15:20 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: SNORRRRRRRRRRRRRE!
L: Scabby Also I think it's a bit odd that all these films can be nominated when most of them aren't even released yet? sp; They must be out in the States now to be nominated or coming out I assumne before voting closes for the winner. More

Posted by Cruisecontroller at 15:17 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Nominations
Well I am glad to see Ledger nominated, people seem to think that they would only nominate him because of his death but I have yet to see a better performance this year. Pity the Dark Knight didn't get more nominations. More

Posted by Calsterman at 15:15 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Gar!
Nominations for best drama are a load of poo, I haven't actually seen any of them, and Benjamin Button is the only one I really have an interest in seeing. Seen the trailers though, looked very boring. Why did they 'wussy' out on nominating The dark Knight. Blumming... Im not pleased. More

Posted by kingkongkeepin at 15:05 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: SNORRRRRRRRRRRRRE!
Why wouldn't you nominate Ledger? xx More

Posted by kingkongkeepin at 15:04 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Gar!
Nominations for best drama are a load of poo, I haven't actually seen any of them, and Benjamin Button is the only one I really have an interest in seeing. Seen the trailers though, looked very boring. Why did they 'wussy' out on nominating The dark Knight. Blumming... Im not pleased. More

Posted by kingkongkeepin at 15:02 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

RE: SNORRRRRRRRRRRRRE!
I was surprised that the Dark Knight wasn't at least nominated for best screenplay or music but hey ho. Kind of feels like people have to nominate Ledger now and not because they want to. Most surprising though was the inclusion of Tom Cruise in best supporting actor for Tropic Thunder. Also I think it's a bit odd that all these films can be nominated when most of them aren't even released yet? More

Posted by Scabby at 14:59 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

SNORRRRRRRRRRRRRE!
why's it always the same fucking films that get nominated for everything?! More

Posted by Hughezy at 14:51 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Roughly as I suspected the noms would go, although I must admit I thought the Dark Knight would get more nods. Maybe it's wishful thinking. Still, it's a very, very open race this year and therefore pretty exciting. More

Posted by britesparc at 14:50 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

Dark Day for Dark Knight
No Nolan? No fair. Best Picture and Director noms should've been included. You suck Hollywood foreign thingamajig More

Posted by Quishy at 14:45 on 11 December 2008 | Report This Post

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