Golden Globes Briefing: ‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘Vice’ Lead the Golden Globes Nominations

• “A Star Is Born,” “Vice” and “The Favourite” were among the leading film nominees for the Golden Globes. The blockbuster “Black Panther” was nominated for best drama.

• “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Killing Eve” and “Barry” were among those recognized in TV categories. The British thriller “Bodyguard” was definitely a surprise nominee.

• Where was “Widows”? Steve McQueen’s heist movie didn’t receive any nominations. Read about more movie snubs and surprises.

• See the full list of 2019 Golden Globe nominees. The 76th Golden Globe Awards will be held on Jan. 6, 2019, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh will host the ceremony.

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LOS ANGELES — Golden Globes voters pulled the contentious comedy “Green Book” and the still-to-be-released Dick Cheney biopic “Vice” deeper into the Oscar race, while also embracing the critically acclaimed “A Star Is Born” and “The Favourite.”

But there were also prominent snubs. Damien Chazelle’s cerebral space race drama “First Man” was virtually ignored, drawing one acting nod, for Claire Foy’s supporting work, and a nomination for Justin Hurwitz’s score. Among the surprises, the tepidly reviewed blockbuster “Bohemian Rhapsody” was recognized in the best drama category.

The largest number of movie nominations — six — went to Adam McKay’s “Vice,” including ones for best musical or comedy, director, actor (Christian Bale), supporting actress (Amy Adams), supporting actor (Sam Rockwell) and screenplay. Bradley Cooper’s hit romance “A Star Is Born,” the cutting period comedy “The Favourite” and “Green Book” each received five nominations.

The group behind the Globes,

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