63rd Golden Globe Awards facts and figures

by HFPA December 13, 2005

63rd Golden Globe Awards Figures

Motion Picture Studios
Nominations

Focus Features
12

Universal Pictures
10

The Weinstein Company
7

DreamWorks Pictures
6

Sony Pictures Releasing International
5

Twentieth Century Fox
5

Warner Bros. Pictures
5

Warner Independent Pictures
5

Columbia Pictures
4

Miramax Films
4

Sony Pictures Classics
4

Samuel Goldwyn Films
3

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
2

IFC Films
2

Imagine Entertainment
2

Lions Gate Films
2

New Line Cinema
2

StudioCanal
2

Filmauro
1

Paramount Pictures
1

UA
1

Village Roadshow Pictures
1

Television Networks
Nominations

HBO
17

ABC
16

NBC
5

CBS
4

FOX
4

Showtime
4

Lifetime
2

TNT
2

BBC America
1

FX
1

UPN
1

Nominations by Motion Picture
Nominations

Brokeback Mountain
7

Good Night, and Good Luck
4

Match Point
4

The Producers
4

Mrs. Henderson Presents
3

The Constant Gardener
3

The Squid and The Whale
3

Walk The Line
3

A History Of Violence
2

Cinderella Man
2

Crash
2

King Kong
2

Memoirs of a Geisha
2

Munich
2

North Country
2

Pride & Prejudice
2

Syriana
2

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
2

Transamerica
2

Breakfast on Pluto
1

Capote
1

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory
1

Christmas In Love
1

Hustle & Flow
1

In Her Shoes
1

Kung Fu Hustle (China)
1

Master of The Crimson Armor aka The Promise (China)
1

Merry Christmas (Joyeux Noel) (France)
1

Paradise Now (Palestine)
1

Proof
1

The Family Stone
1

The Matador
1

Tsotsi (South Africa)
1

Nominations by Television Series or Program
Nominations

Desperate Housewives
5

Empire Falls
4

Commander In Chief
3

Elvis
3

Grey’s Anatomy
3

Lost
3

Warm Springs
3

Weeds
3

Curb Your Enthusiasm
2

Entourage
2

Human Trafficking
2

Lackawanna Blues
2

My Name Is Earl
2

Prison Break
2

Rome
2

The Girl In The Café
2

24
1

Boston Legal
1

The Closer
1

Everybody Hates Chris
1

House
1

Into The West
1

Medium
1

Scrubs
1

Sleeper Cell
1

The Shield
1

Their Eyes Were Watching God
1

The Office
1

Two and a Half Men
1

Viva Blackpool
1

Previous Nominations
Best Performance By An Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama

MARIA BELLO was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for “The Cooler.”

FELICITY HUFFMAN was nominated for Best Actress in a Television Series (Comedy or Musical) for “Desperate Housewives” and “Sports Night.”

GWYNETH PALTROW received a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) for “Shakespeare In Love.”

CHARLIZE THERON received a Golden Globe as Best Actress (Drama) for “Monster.” She also received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for “The Life and Death of Peter Sellers.”

ZIYI ZHANG – First nomination.

Best Performance By An Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical

JUDI DENCH received two Golden Globes; one for Best Actress (Drama) for “Mrs. Brown” and one for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Telefilm for “The Last of the Blonde Bombshells.” She also received nominations for Best Actress (Drama) for “Iris” and Best Supporting Actress for “Shakespeare in Love” and “Chocolat.”

KEIRA KNIGHTLEY – First nomination.

LAURA LINNEY was nominated for Best Actress (Drama) for “You Can Count On Me” and for Best Supporting Actress for “Kinsey.”

SARAH JESSICA PARKER has received seven nominations for Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical Or Comedy for “Sex and the City,” of those she has received four Golden Globes.

REESE WITHERSPOON was nominated for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) for “Legally Blonde” and “Election.”

Best Performance By An Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

RUSSELL CROWE received a Best Actor (Drama) Golden Globe for “A Beautiful Mind.” He received Best Actor nominations for “The Insider,” “Gladiator,” and “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.”

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN – First nomination.

TERRENCE HOWARD – First nomination.

HEATH LEDGER – First nomination.

DAVID STRAITHAIRN – First nomination.

Best Performance By An Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical

PIERCE BROSNAN received a nomination as Best Supporting Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for “Nancy Astor.”

JEFF DANIELS was nominated for Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for “Something Wild” and “The Purple Rose of Cairo.”

JOHNNY DEPP was nominated for Best Actor (Drama) for “Finding Neverland.” He received Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) nominations for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” “Ed Wood,” “Benny & Joon” and “Edward Scissorhands.”

NATHAN LANE was nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for “The Bird Cage”

CILLIAN MURPHY – First nomination.

JOAQUIN PHOENIX was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for “Gladiator.”

Best Performance By An Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

SCARLETT JOHANSSON was nominated for three Golden Globes; two for Best Actress (Drama) for “A Love Song for Bobby Long” and “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” and one for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) for “Lost In Translation.”

SHIRLEY MACLAINE received four Golden Globes; two for Best Actress (Drama) for “Madame Sousatzka” and “Terms of Endearment” and two for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) for “Irma La Douce” and “The Apartment.” She received 12 additional nominations; eight for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) for “Guarding Tess,” “Used People,” “Postcards from the Edge,” “Being There,” “Sweet Charity,” “Woman Times Seven,” “Gambit” and “Ask Any Girl,” two for Best Actress (Drama) for “The Children’s Hour” and “Some Came Running,” and two for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for “Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay” and “Out On a Limb.” She received the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 1998.

FRANCES MCDORMAND was nominated for “Best Actress” (Comedy or Musical) for “Fargo” and for Best Supporting Actress in “Almost Famous.”

RACHEL WEISZ – First nomination.

MICHELLE WILLIAMS – First nomination.

Best Performance By An Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

GEORGE CLOONEY* received a Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) Golden Globe for “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” He received three nominations for Best Actor in a Television Series (Drama) for “ER.”

MATT DILLON – First nomination.

WILL FERRELL – First nomination.

PAUL GIAMATTI was nominated for Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for “Sideways.”

BOB HOSKINS received a Golden Globe for Best Actor (Drama) for “Mona Lisa.” He was nominated for Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”

Best Director of a Motion Picture

WOODY ALLEN received a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay for “The Purple Rose of Cairo.” He received Best Director nominations for “Hannah and Her Sisters,” “Interiors” and “Annie Hall.” He received Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) nominations for “Zelig” and “Annie Hall.” He also received a Best Screenplay nomination for “Hannah and Her Sisters,” “Interiors” and “Annie Hall.”

GEORGE CLOONEY* received a Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) Golden Globe for “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” He received three nominations for Best Actor in a Television Series (Drama) for “ER.”

PETER JACKSON received a Golden Globe for Best Director for “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” for which he also accepted the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (Drama). He also received Best Director nominations for “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.”

ANG LEE received a Golden Globe for Best Director for “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.” He also received a Best Director nomination for “Sense and Sensibility.”

FERNANDO MEIRELLES – First nomination.

STEVEN SPIELBERG received Golden Globes as Best Director for “Saving Private Ryan” and “Schindler’s List.” He received eight additional nominations; seven as Best Director for “Jaws,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial,” “The Color Purple,” “Amistad” and “Artificial Intelligence: A.I.,” and one for his screenplay for “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”

* Please note that Clooney’s three nominations this year is a rare achievement. Last year, Jamie Foxx received three Golden Globe nominations as well.