Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' tops Golden Globes nominations

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominated the political comedy Vice for more Golden Globes on Thursday than any other film. The film about a transgender girl training to be a ballerina has been the subject of some criticism for its depiction of trans people. The HFPA loves to anoint new shows, but this year, Barry is the only new comedy that really blew the doors off. Kidding is a great Jim Carrey performance trapped in uneven execution, and The Kominsky Method is merely okay, and if it didn't star Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas we wouldn't even be talking about it. Samberg, meanwhile, is a two-time Golden Globe victor for his work on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, taking home statuettes in both the acting and producing categories. That's just one of the snubs and surprises of this year's nominations, though.

"Black Panther" fans were understandably excited about the awards recognition given the film's major cultural impact.

Earlier today, it was announced that Black Panther was up for three Golden Globe awards, including Best Drama.

But the Globes also handed nominations to some up-and-comers, including Lucas Hedges (Boy Erased), Timothee Chalamet (Beautiful Boy) and Elsie Fisher, the 15-year-old star of the coming-of-age tale Eighth Grade. Hawke's been raking in the awards this season so far and recently gave a firey and much-lauded speech at the Gotham Awards, so it's notable that he wasn't nominated for a Globe. Chazelle didn't get a nomination, nor did screenwriter Josh Singer or star Ryan Gosling.

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The film's Golden Globe nominations include: Best Motion Picture - Drama; Best Original Song (All The Stars) by Kendrick Lamar, Mark Spears, Anthony Tiffith, Solana Rowe and Al Shuckburgh; and also Best Original Score by Ludwig Goransson.

"Looking to the Golden Globes to guide you towards Oscar's Best Picture, follow Best Director".

This nomination is a big deal for Marvel, making it the first Best Picture nod for any of the company's 20 films. But this year, it was left out of the drama category entirely. The trendy "Twilight Zone"-inspired drama "Homecoming" scored 3 nominations, for best drama series and for lead actors Julia Roberts (who missed a drama film actress nod for "Ben Is Back") and up-and-comer Stephan James as therapist and patient in a spooky Florida rehab facility".