It feels like that there was some loss of momentum after some of the critic group announcements, but the last two days have put some wind back in its sails.
Golden Globe breakdown:
Telluride #40 Films:
12 Years a Slave (7 nominations): Best Picture (Drama), Director, Actor (Drama), Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Screenplay, Score.
Nebraska: (5 nominations): Best Picture (Comedy/Musical), Director, Actor (Comedy), Supporting Actress, Screenplay.
Gravity (4 nominations): Best Picture (Drama), Director, Actress (Drama), Score.
Inside Llewyn Davis (3 nominations): Best Picture (Comedy/Musical), Actor (Comedy/Musical), Song.
All is Lost (2 nominations): Best Actor (Drama), Score.
Labor Day (1 nomination): Best Actress (Drama).
3 Foreign Language nominations: Blue is the Warmest Color, The Wind Rises, The Past.
Also 2 nominations for TFF #39 films: Greta Gerwig's Best Actress (Comedy/Musical) nomination for Frances Ha and the Best Foreign Language nomination for The Hunt.
27 total TFF nominations today from The Golden Globes.
Add today's announcement to yesterday's Screen Actors Guild nominations:
Best Supporting Actor:
Barkhad Abdi/Capt. Phillips
Michael Fassbender/12 Years a Slave
James Gandolfini/Enough Said
Jared Leto/Dallas Buyers Club
Best Supporting Actress:
Jennifer Lawrence/American Hustle
Lupita Nyong’o/12 Years a Slave
Julia Roberts/August: Osage County
Oprah Winfrey/The Butler
Chiwetel Ejiofor/12 Years a Slave
Tom Hanks/Capt. Phillips
Matthew McConnaughey/Dallas Buyers Club
Forest Whitaker/The Butler
Cate Blanchett/Blue Jasmine
Meryl Streep/August: Osage County
Emma Thompson/Saving Mr. Banks
12 Years a Slave
August: Osage County
Dallas Buyers ClubThe Butler
12 Years-4 nominations
Kate Winslet's "Labor Day" Best actress nomination.
No Oprah for Supporting Actress???( actually no "Butler" anywhere on the GG list this morning). Sally Hawkins seems to have benefited.
No Woody Allen love for Picture, Director or Screenplay.
Glad to see: "Inside Llewyn Davis" love for the film and Oscar Isaac. Also happy to see Redford's name especially after not seeing it yesterday from the SAG nominations.
And a nice boost for "Nebraska" which, I think, over-performed this morning with its 5 nominations. Particularly pleased that Alexander Payne got a directing nod.
More to come...