2023年12月11日
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Golden Globe Nominations Include ‘Barbie’ With 9; ‘Oppenheimer’ with 8

Golden Globe Nominations Include ‘Barbie’ With 9; ‘Oppenheimer’ with 8

(NEWSnet/AP) – Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” dominated this year’s Golden Globe Awards nominations issued Monday, with nine mentions for the blockbuster film to include best picture musical or comedy.

“Oppenheimer,” which had the same release date and became a topic of joint social media memes because of the dichotomy of the topics, scored eight nominations, including best picture drama.

The 81st Golden Globe Awards will be the first major broadcast of awards season, moving to its new home on CBS. The show takes place Jan. 7 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The Golden Globe Awards had long been one of the highest-profile awards season broadcasts, second only to the Oscars.

But it had a tumultuous time in recent years; and was was online only in the most recent edition.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which voted on the awards, has disbanded and the awards program was reorganized. The group nominating and voting for the awards is now made up of a more diverse group of over 300 people from around the world.

This year’s Golden Globe Awards nominees also include:

  • Best drama movie: “Anatomy of a Fall”; “Killers of the Flower Moon”; “Maestro”; “Oppenheimer”; “Past Lives”; “The Zone of Interest.”
  • Best movie musical or comedy category: “Air”; “American Fiction”; “Barbie”; “The Holdovers”; “May December”; “Poor Things.”
  • Animated film: “The Boy and the Heron”; “Elemental”; “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse”; “The Super Mario Bros. Movie”; “Suzume”; “Wish.”
  • Non-English language film: “Anatomy of a Fall”; “Fallen Leaves”; “Io Capitano”; “Past Lives”; “Society of the Snow”; “The Zone of Interest.”
  • Best actor in a television drama: Brian Cox, “Succession”; Kieran Culkin, “Succession”; Gary Oldman, “Slow Horses”; Pedro Pascal, “The Last of Us”; Jeremy Strong, “Succession”; Dominic West, “The Crown.”
  • Screenplay: “Anatomy of a Fall”; “Barbie”; “Poor Things”; “Killers of the Flower Moon”; “Oppenheimer”; “Past Lives.”
  • Best stand-up comedy television special: Ricky Gervais, “Armageddon”; Trevor Noah, “Where Was I”; Chris Rock, “Selective Outrage”; Amy Schumer, “Emergency Contact”; Sarah Silverman, “Someone You Love”; Wanda Sykes, “I’m an Entertainer.”

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