The King’s Speech and Glee garnered the most nominations among films and TV shows respectively as the nominees for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Tuesday morning at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and RadarOnline.com has all the details for you.
The King’s Speech netted 7 nominations, including for best drama, while stars Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush were nominated in the individual acting categories.
The other nominees for best motion picture drama were Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception and The Social Network.
More than a few eyebrows were undoubtedly raised when two critically-panned films — The Tourist and Burlesque — were nominated in the best musical or comedy category, alongside Alice in Wonderland, The Kids Are All Right and Red.
Best actress in a drama motion picture nominees included Halle Berry for Frankie and Alice; Nicole Kidman for Rabbit Hole; Jennifer Lawrence for Winter’s Bone; Natalie Portman for Black Swan; and Michelle Williams for Blue Valentine.
The nominees for best actor in a drama motion picture were Jesse Eisenberg for Social Network; Colin Firth for The King’s Speech; James Franco for 127 Hours; Ryan Gosling for Blue Valentine; and Mark Wahlberg for The Fighter.
Angelina Jolie received a nod for best actress in a musical or comedy motion picture for her performance in The Tourist, where she’ll be matched up against Annette Bening for The Kids Are All Right; Anne Hathaway for Love and Other Drugs; Julianne Moore for The Kids Are All Right; and Emma Stone for Easy A.
Johnny Depp has double the chances to win the best actor in a motion picture musical or comedy category, as he’s nominated twice, for his performances in The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland. He’s matched up against Jake Gyllenhaal for Love and Other Drugs; Paul Giamatti for Barney’s Version; and Kevin Spacey for Casino Jack.
In TV, Fox’s smash-hit Glee led the way with five nods, including best comedy series, as stars Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, and Chris Colfer each received individual acting nominations.
Among the other TV shows honored — 30 Rock, Modern Family, Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, and Dexter.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Philip Berk and stars including Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood were on hand to make the announcements. Last year’s big winners at the Golden Globes included Avatar, Sandra Bullock and Jeff Bridges.
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The show, to be hosted by Ricky Gervais, airs live on NBC January 16.