2011 Golden Globe Awards Nominees - 'The King's Speech' Leads

December 14, 2010
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Golden Globe Awards

The list of nominations for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the yearly precursor to the Academy Awards, have just been announced - you can find all film nominees below. The infamous Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees this morning from The Beverly Hilton. As expected, their choices this year are more mainstream but they're solid picks overall, however I won't speak for the winners yet. The King's Speech leads with 7 noms, barely over The Social Network's 6 noms. Obviously they really liked The Tourist and Alice in Wonderland, but I'm glad to see Inception earning 4 noms, too. Check out the full list!

The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on Sunday, January 16th, 2010 at The Beverly Hilton hosted by Ricky Gervais with a live telecast airing on NBC. Read on for the full list of 2011 nominees.

Black Swan
The Fighter
The King's Speech
The Social Network

Jesse Eisenberg - The Social Network
Colin Firth - The King's Speech
James Franco - 127 Hours
Ryan Gosling - Blue Valentine
Mark Wahlberg - The Fighter

Halle Berry - Frankie and Alice
Nicole Kidman - Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence - Winter's Bone
Natalie Portman - Black Swan
Michelle Williams - Blue Valentine

Alice in Wonderland
The Kids Are All Right
The Tourist

Johnny Depp - Alice in Wonderland
Johnny Depp - The Tourist
Paul Giamatti - Barney's Version
Jake Gyllenhaal - Love and Other Drugs
Kevin Spacey - Casino Jack

Annette Bening - The Kids Are All Right
Anne Hathaway - Love and Other Drugs
Angelina Jolie - The Tourist
Julianne Moore - The Kids Are All Right
Emma Stone - Easy A

Biutiful (Spain) - Alejandro González Iñárritu
The Concert (France) - Radu Mihaileanu
The Edge (Russia) - Aleksei Uchitel
I Am Love (Italy) - Luca Guadagnino
In a Better World (Denmark) - Susanne Bier

Despicable Me
How to Train Your Dragon
The Illusionist
Toy Story 3

Christian Bale - The Fighter
Michael Douglas - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Andrew Garfield - The Social Network
Jeremy Renner - The Town
Geoffrey Rush - The King's Speech

Amy Adams - The Fighter
Helena Bonham Carter - The King's Speech
Mila Kunis - Black Swan
Melissa Leo - The Fighter
Jacki Weaver - Animal Kingdom

Darren Aronofsky - Black Swan
David Fincher - The Social Network
Tom Hooper - The King's Speech
Christopher Nolan - Inception
David O. Russell - The Fighter

Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy - 127 Hours
Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg - The Kids Are All Right
Christopher Nolan - Inception
David Seidler - The King's Speech
Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network

Alexandre Desplat - The King's Speech
Danny Elfman - Alice in Wonderland
A.R. Rahman - 127 Hours
Trent Reznor & Atticus Rose - The Social Network
Hans Zimmer - Inception

"Bound to You" - Burlesque
"Coming Home" - Country Strong
"I See the Light" - Tangled
"There's a Place for Us" - Voyage of the Dawn Treader
"You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" - Burlesque

A taste of things to come with the Oscars? Or just another politically influenced awards show with more mainstream choices? What do you make of the 2011 Golden Globes nominations?

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Breaking Bad being left off of the best drama officially makes that award a joke.

Gomer on Dec 14, 2010


Yay! Go inception! Glad to see Christopher Nolan finally get his due.

yan on Dec 14, 2010


How is The Tourist considered a Comedy/Musical?

kevin on Dec 14, 2010


Why on earth isn't Clint Mansell in the run for Best Original Score for Black Swan? It's unbelievable.

Andy on Dec 14, 2010


Why isnt True Grit in the Run for drama, supporting actress .... ?

CoenLover on Dec 14, 2010


I forsee Disney/Pixar giving up the animated category for atleast one year.

IKE on Dec 14, 2010


Well i guess True Grit can go **** titself then. How does that movie get no nominations while The Tourist gets 2? Also why no love for Duvall for Get Low or Bardem for Biutiful.

Capo on Dec 14, 2010


gotta love the golden globes for being one mess of an awards show

Joey on Dec 14, 2010


From the reviews I've read True Grit is suppossed to be fantastic. I would rather have seen that nominated than The Fighter. The Comedy Musical section has one good movie nominated. Glad to see the nomination for Jeremy Renner.

Moon on Dec 14, 2010


I'm glad both of the ladies from "The Kids Are All Right" were nominated, but where is the love for Mark Ruffalo?

James on Dec 14, 2010


the comedy or musical category makes no sense. i wouldn't even consider Alice in Wonderland a comedy or musical. that category should simply be called "Miscellaneous Mainstream"

Bee on Dec 14, 2010


@4 Andy - From what I've heard, Black Swan probably won't be eligible for awards consideration for its soundtrack since it uses so much of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. It sucks because the score is awesome, but it's probably not getting any nominations. Big surprise to see True Grit left off of the list entirely. But I'm glad to see Black Swan pull some big nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. About time Darren Aronofsky gets some love, and Black Swan was pretty fantastic.

deltavoyage on Dec 14, 2010


Anyone want to post their wish-lists. Who I want to win... Drama- The Social Network Comedy- The Kids Are All Right Director- Christopher Nolan (Inception) Drama Actor- Colin Firth (The King's Speech) Drama Actress- Nicole Kidman (Rabbit Hole) Comedy Actress- Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right) Comedy Actor- Jake Gyllenhaal (Love and Other Drugs) Supporting Actress- Melissa Leo (The Fighter) Supporting Actor- Christian Bale (The Fighter) Foreign- Biutiful Screenplay- Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) Score- Hans Zimmer (Inception) Animated- Toy Story 3 Song- I See the Light by Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore (Tangled)

Andy on Dec 14, 2010


All other best picture and director Golden Glove and Academy Award nominations this year are just ballot fillers, especially when it comes to the Academy Awards. Like it or not, this year's Best Picture and Director Awards belongs to Christopher Nolan and Inception. This is the year of the blockbuster and Chris Nolan ; no little indie is even going to get a look in.

Hattori Hanzo on Dec 14, 2010


Did I just say Golden 'Glove'? Just goes to show how little I care about those 🙂

Hattori Hanzo on Dec 14, 2010


I am sorry but Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World is more of a comedy than the Tourist.

I wish I thought of that on Dec 14, 2010


Here's My wish-list for the Golden Globe Nominations Drama - Inception Comedy - The Kids Are All Right Director - Christopher Nolan Drama Actor - Mark Wahlberg Drama Actress - Natalie Portman Comedy Actress - Anne Hathaway Comedy Actor - Jake Gyllenhaal Supporting Actress - Helena Bonham Carter Supporting Actor - Christian Bale Foreign - Biutiful Screenplay- Christopher Nolan Score- Hans Zimmer Animated- Toy Story 3 Song - "Bound to You" by Christina Aguilera - Burlesque

B3RRY on Dec 14, 2010


@deltavoyage - I thought that it must have been something like that. I did read somewhere that Mansell will adapting Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake so I guess it looks like there will be no joy for him. But what he should have won it earlier was for The Fountain. Yes. Good to see Aranofsky get some recognition for once. I think he is the most under-appreciated director ever. Requiem for a dream, The Fountain and The Wrestler were masterpieces. I haven't seen Black Swan yet but As you say and if all that I've been hearing is true, Black Swan might just be Aranofsky's Schindler's List.

Andy #1 on Dec 14, 2010


Honestly I just want to See Hans Zimmer win for Best Score, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis for Black Swan, and of course Chris Nolan should win all his categories.

NafiisW on Dec 14, 2010


Best Comedy category is a joke. Here are some films that deserve to be in it. Cyrus The Other Guys Scott Pilgrim vs. The World I'd even take Jackass or Pirahna 3D over the tourist and burlesque. No True Grit noms also makes me very upset

Steve on Dec 14, 2010


douglas will win sympathy votes for his testicular cancer i recon

Jeff Spicoli on Dec 14, 2010


Seriously. Is anyone upset about the Never Let Me Go snub(s)?

J on Dec 14, 2010


I am little concerned....why isnt there Leonardo Dicaprio for Inception ??? He was spectacular !!!

dawko on Dec 14, 2010


So every year these awards ceremonies come around, and it's always a handful of favorite hollywood movies that get pushed, it seems kinda dumb to me. Yes, a great movie, will be great in multiple aspects, but how about instead of rewarding the same movie 10 times, you bring in some other movies, which may not be as good, but could be better in that category. Anyways, rant, rant, rant. Oh P.S. @24 Dicaprio really wasn't that good in Inception, the movie was good, but he didn't seem very convincing for some reason in the role.

John I.G. on Dec 14, 2010


The Golden Globes have always been a joke, but many of the nominations this year are outrageous to say the least. "The Tourist" getting ANY recognition, regardless of it's category (comedy, please). Depp for Best Actor in "Alice in Wonderland". He was in it for about 20 minutes. And the worst part of the movie IMO. Like a few people have said, how in the hell did "True Grit" get zero nominations!? And where the fuck is Noomi Rapace for "The Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo" and it's sequels?? Not to mention, where is it's nomination for Best Foreign Language Film!? God I hate the Golden Globes. They truly suck.

Film Fan on Dec 14, 2010


this is complete bullshit. im not even going to watch this

jebstuart on Dec 14, 2010


Ha! Okay! Really funny! Seriously, where are the real nominations?

IceFilm on Dec 14, 2010


About time jacki weaver gets some recognition!!! Animal kingdom should be nominated for best picture drama. Best movie I've seen in the last 20 years by a long long way

Qwerty on Dec 15, 2010


i came very close to walking out of the theater because 'alice in wonderland' was so stupid. stupid, stupid, stupid.. and that is winning an award? why? because it made alot of money??.. stupid.

guy on Dec 15, 2010


i thought ghost writer was the best directed film all year

rowdy on Dec 16, 2010


Colin Firth is amazing. Kings Speech is the best picture! 127 Hours should have been nominated!

Jane on Dec 27, 2010

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