THE 65th ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS MOTION PICTURE NOMINATIONS FACT SHEET

by HFPA December 13, 2007

Best Actor (Drama)

George Clooney – Received two Golden Globes; one for best Supporting Actor for Syriana and one for Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for O Brother, Where Art Thou?.  He has received five additional nominations, one for Best Screenplay for Good Night and Good Luck, one for Best Director for Good Night and Good Luck, and three for Best Actor in a Television Series (Drama) for ER.

Daniel Day-Lewis – Has been nominated four times in the Best Actor (Drama) category for Gangs of New York, The Boxer, In the Name of the Father, and My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown.

James McAvoy – First nomination.

Viggo Mortensen – First nomination.

Denzel Washington - Received two Golden Globes; one for Best Actor (Drama) for The Hurricane, and one for Best Supporting Actor for Glory.  He has three additional nominations for Best Actor (Drama), for Training Day, Malcolm X, and Cry Freedom.

 

Best Actor (Comedy or Musical)

Johnny Depp - was nominated for Best Actor (Drama) for Finding Neverland.  He received Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) nominations for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Ed Wood, Benny & Joon and Edward Scissorhands.

Ryan Gosling – First nomination.

Tom Hanks – Received four Golden Globes; three for Best Actor (Drama) for Cast Away, Forest Gump, and Philadelphia as well as one Best Actor (Comedy) for Big.  He has received two other nominations; one for Best Actor (Drama) for Saving Private Ryan and one for Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for Sleepless in Seattle.

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Received the Golden Globe for Best Actor (Drama) for Capote.

John C. Reilly – Received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor for Chicago.

 

Best Supporting Actor

Casey Affleck – First nomination.

Javier Bardem – Has received two Best Actor (Drama) nominations for The Sea Inside, and Before Night Falls.

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Received the Golden Globe for Best Actor (Drama) for Capote.

John Travolta – Received the Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for Get Shorty. He has received nominations for Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for Primary Colors, Grease, and Saturday Night Fever, as well as Best Actor (Drama) for Pulp Fiction.

Tom Wilkinson – Received a nomination for Best Actor in a TV Mini-Series or Movie for Normal

 

Best Actress (Drama)

Cate Blanchett – Received a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Drama) for Elizabeth.  She received a Best Actress (Drama) nomination for Veronica Guerin, a Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) nomination for Bandits, and two nominations for Best Supporting Actress for Notes on a Scandal and The Aviator.

Julie Christie – Received nominations for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Shampoo and Best Actress (Drama) for Darling.

Jodie Foster – Received two Golden Globes for Best Actress (Drama) for The Silence of the Lambs and The Accused.  She has received two Best Actress (Drama) nominations for Contact and Nell, as well as a nomination for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Freaky Friday.

Angelina Jolie – Received a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for Girl, Interrupted, a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV mini-series or movie for Gia, and a Best Supporting Actress in a TV Mini-Series or Movie for George Wallace.

Keira Knightley – Received a nomination for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Pride & Prejudice.

 

Best Actress (Musical/Comedy)

Amy Adams – First nomination.

Nikki Blonsky – First nomination.

Helena Bonham Carter – Received nominations for Best Actress in a TV Mini-Series or movie for Live From Baghdad and Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald, Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series, Mini-Series or Movie for Merlin, and Best Actress (Drama) for Wings of the Dove.

Marion Cotillard – First nomination.

Ellen Page – First nomination.

 

Best Supporting Actress

Cate Blanchett - Received a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Drama) for Elizabeth.  She received a Best Actress (Drama) nomination for Veronica Guerin, a Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) nomination for Bandits, and two nominations for Best Supporting Actress for Notes on a Scandal and The Aviator.

Julia Roberts – Received three Golden Globes, one for Best Actress (Drama) for Erin Brockovich, one for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Pretty Woman, and another for Best Supporting Actress for Steel Magnolias.  She has received two nominations for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Notting Hill and My Best Friend’s Wedding.

Saoirse Ronan – First nomination.

Amy Ryan – First nomination.

 

Tilda Swinton – Received a nomination for Best Actress (Drama) for The Deep End.

 

Best Director

Tim Burton – First nomination.

Ethan and Joel Coen – Together the two have been nominated for Best Screenplay for The Man Who Wasn’t There and Fargo.  Joel Coen was also nominated for Best Director for Fargo.  Ethan produced the Best Picture nominees

Julian Schnabel -- First nomination.

Ridley Scott – Received a Best Director nomination for Gladiator

Joe Wright – First nomination.

 

Best Screenplay

Diablo Cody – First nomination.

Ethan and Joel Coen – Together the two have been nominated for Best Screenplay for The Man Who Wasn’t There and Fargo.  Joel Coen was also nominated for Best Director for Fargo.

Christopher Hampton – First nomination.

Ronald Harwood – Received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Screenplay for The Dresser.

Aaron Sorkin – Received two Golden Globe Best Screenplay nominations for The American President and A Few Good Men.

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