The 67th Annual Golden Globe Award Nominations Motion Picture Fact Sheet

by HFPA December 15, 2009

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – DramaEmily Blunt – Received Best Supporting Actress (Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made-for-Television) for Gideon’s Daughter and a nomination for Best Supporting Actress for The Devil Wears Prada. Sandra Bullock – Received two nominations: for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Miss Congeniality and While You Were Sleeping. Helen Mirren – Received three Golden Globes: a Best Actress Golden Globe (Drama) for The Queen and Best Actress (Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made-for-Television) for Elizabeth I and Losing Chase. She’s received six additional nominations: a Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) nomination for Calendar Girls, Best Supporting Actress for Gosford Park and Best Actress (Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made-for-Television) for Prime Suspect 7: The Final Act, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Door to Door and The Passion of Ayn Rand.  Carey Mulligan – This is her first nomination Gabourey Sidibe – This is her first nomination  Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – DramaJeff Bridges – Received three nominations: for Best Supporting Actor for The Contender, Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for The Fisher King and Best Actor (Drama) for Starman. George Clooney - Received two Golden Globes: for Best Supporting Actor for Syriana and Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for O Brother, Where Art Thou?. He has received six additional nominations; Best Actor (Drama) for Michael Clayton, Best Screenplay for Good Night and Good Luck, Best Director for Good Night and Good Luck, and three for Best Actor in a Television Series (Drama) for ER. Colin Firth – This is his first nomination. Morgan Freeman – Received the Golden Globe as Best Actor (Comedy/Musical) for Driving Miss Daisy. He has received three additional nominations: Best Supporting Actor for Million Dollar Baby and Street Smart, and Best Actor (Drama) for The Shawshank Redemption. Tobey Maguire – This is his first nomination.  Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or ComedySandra Bullock – Received two nominations: for Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Miss Congeniality and While You Were Sleeping. Marion Cotillard – Received a Best Actress (Music/Comedy) Golden Globe for La Vie En Rose. 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 three additional nominations as Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for Charlie Wilson’s War, Notting Hill and My Best Friend’s Wedding. Meryl Streep – The most nominated actor or actress in Golden Globes history, she received six Golden Globes; one as Best Actress (Comedy/Musical) for The Devil Wears Prada, two as Best Actress (Drama) for The French Lieutenant’s Woman and Sophie’s Choice, two as Best Supporting Actress for Adaptation and Kramer Vs. Kramer, and one as Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for Angels in America. She received 16 additional movie acting nominations for Doubt, Mama Mia, The Manchurian Candidate, The Hours, Music of the Heart, One True Thing, Marvin’s Room, The Bridges of Madison County, The River Wild, Death Becomes Her, Postcards From the Edge, The Deer Hunter, Silkwood, Out of Africa, A Cry in the Dark and She-Devil. She also received a nomination as Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for First Do No Harm.   Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical/ComedyMatt Damon – Received a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay for Good Will Hunting. He has been nominated two additional times as Best Actor (Drama) for The Talented Mr. Ripley and Good Will Hunting. Daniel Day-Lewis – Received a Golden Globe as Best Actor (Drama) for There Will Be Blood. He has been nominated four additional 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. Robert Downey Jr. – Received two Golden Globes: Best Supporting Actor (Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television) for Ally McBeal and shared a special Best Ensemble Cast Golden Globe for Short Cuts.  He has received two additional nominations: Best Supporting Actor for Tropic Thunder and Best Actor (Drama) for Chaplin. Joseph Gordon-Levitt – This is his first nomination. Michael Stuhlbarg – This is his first nominations.  Best Supporting ActressPenelope Cruz – Received two nominations: for Best Supporting Actress for Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Best Actress for Volver. Vera Farmiga – This is her first nomination. Anna Kendrick – This is her first nomination. Mo’Nique – This is her first nomination. Julianne Moore – Shared a special Best Ensemble Cast Golden Globe for Short Cuts. She has received four additional nominations: Best Actress (Drama) for Far From Heaven and The End of the Affair, Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) for An Ideal Husband, and Best Supporting Actress for Boogie Nights.  Best Supporting ActorMatt Damon – Received a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay for Good Will Hunting. He has been nominated two additional times as Best Actor (Drama) for The Talented Mr. Ripley and Good Will Hunting. Woody Harrelson – Received a nomination as Best Actor (Drama) for The People Vs. Larry Flynt. Christopher Plummer – Received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for American Tragedy. Stanley Tucci – Received two Golden Globes: Best Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for Conspiracy, and Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for Winchell. Christoph Waltz – This is his first nomination.  Best DirectorKathryn Bigelow – This is her first nomination. James Cameron – Received Golden Globes for Best Picture (Drama) and Best Director for Titanic, as well as a nomination for Best Screenplay. Clint Eastwood - received three Golden Globes as Best Director for Million Dollar Baby, Unforgiven and Bird. He received the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 1988. He also received 8 additional nominations: three Best Director nominations for Flags of Our Fathers, Letters From Iwo Jima, and Mystic River, three Best Original Score nominations for Changeling, Grace is Gone and Million Dollar Baby, and two Best Original Song nominations for Gran Torino and Grace is Gone. Jason Reitman – This is his first nomination. Quentin Tarantino – Received a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay for Pulp Fiction, for which he also received a nomination as Best Director.  #   #   #   #