Golden Globes Nominees: Scorecard

Related: Golden Globe Awards Nominations Announced

golden globeThe Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s movie and television scorecard:

MOTION PICTURE DISTRIBUTOR
Sony Pictures Releasing — 11
The Weinstein Company — 9
Fox Searchlight Pictures — 8
Paramount Pictures — 8
Warner Bros. Pictures — 7
Sony Pictures Classics — 4
CBS Films — 3
Lionsgate — 3
Universal Pictures — 3
Walt Disney Pictures — 3
Focus Features — 2
IFC Films — 2
Roadside Attractions — 2
Twentieth Century Fox — 2
Janus Films — 1
Magnolia Pictures — 1
Touchstone Pictures — 1

NOMINATIONS BY MOTION PICTURE
12 YEARS A SLAVE — 7
AMERICAN HUSTLE –7
NEBRASKA — 5
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS — 4
GRAVITY — 4
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS — 3
MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM — 3
PHILOMENA — 3
HER — 3
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY — 2
ALL IS LOST — 2
BLUE JASMINE — 2
DALLAS BUYERS CLUB — 2
FROZEN — 2
RUSH — 2
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET — 2
BEFORE MIDNIGHT — 1
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR — 1
DESPICABLE ME 2 — 1
ENOUGH SAID — 1
FRANCES HA — 1
LABOR DAY — 1
ONE CHANCE — 1
SAVING MR. BANKS — 1
THE BOOK THIEF — 1
THE CROODS — 1
THE GREAT BEAUTY — 1
THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE — 1
THE HUNT — 1
THE PAST — 1
THE WIND RISES — 1

TELEVISION NETWORK
HBO — 9
Starz — 6
Netflix — 6
Showtime — 6
CBS — 5
NBC — 5
ABC — 4
AMC — 3
BBC America — 3
FOX — 3
FX Networks — 2
Sundance Channel — 2
PBS — 1

NOMINATIONS BY TELEVISION SERIES OR PROGRAM
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA — 4
HOUSE OF CARDS — 4
BREAKING BAD — 3
DANCING ON THE EDGE — 3
THE GOOD WIFE — 3
WHITE QUEEN — 3
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN — 2
BROOKLYN NINE-NINE — 2
GIRLS — 2
MASTERS OF SEX — 2
MODERN FAMILY — 2
PARKS AND RECREATION — 2
PHIL SPECTOR — 2
RAY DONOVAN — 2
THE BIG BANG THEORY — 2
TOP OF THE LAKE — 2
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT — 1
BURTON AND TAYLOR — 1
DOWNTON ABBEY — 1
HOUSE OF LIES — 1
LUTHER — 1
NASHVILLE — 1
NEW GIRL — 1
NURSE JACKIE — 1
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK — 1
ORPHAN BLACK — 1
PARENTHOOD — 1
SCANDAL — 1
THE BLACKLIST — 1
THE MICHAEL J. FOX SHOW — 1
VEEP — 1

  1. “The Butler” – completely shut out. Love it. Hope the Academy has as much guts and taste. “12 Years a Slave” is a remarkable film. The Butler” is just bad Harpo TV movie stuff. “The Presidents of Brewster Place.”

  2. Surprised no one is picking up the snub Saving Mr. Banks received. Disney has invested massive resources in positioning the film as an awards darling. It doesn’t look so golden anymore. Has Disney’s strategy now boxed themselves into a corner? Time to start marketing the film on merits other than awards potential.

  3. For once I agree with the Golden Globe noms this year. So glad The Butler got NO LOVE. Damn too liberal film!

  4. I miss Ralph Fiennes from the lists. Everything was ordered not to win last year with his excellent modern and very interesting ‘Coriolanus’ either as actor or as director. Now the situation is the same with ‘The Invisible Woman’ Critics a mostly very good, the trailer is good too but there is no CGI, no ET , no blood, but an interesting new hitherto not known love-story of the great English writer Charles Dickens, where

    I miss the name of Ralph Fiennes from the Award-lists. Last year everything was ordered nothing to win with his first very interesting modern and at the same time Shakespearean ‘Coriolanus’ and now everything is repeated with the not well-known Dickens love story, ‘The invisible Woman’. It’s true: the heroes are writer and actress, there is no CGI, no high technics are used.
    The trailer is very good the actors are excellent.
    Fiennes is an extraordinary actor on stage and screen and also a very talented director and he was only nominated up to now.(2x before 20 years). It’s more than crime, it’s a failure.
    (For my stylistic failures I beg your pardon, I have to use vocabulary)

  5. I COMPLETELY disagree with previous comments against The Butler! It was a film that needed to be made with a message, that African American employees of our own Nations Capital were not EQUALLY paid until the Reagan Administration. I loved it, and the performances were OUTSTANDING. It was NOT too liberal and the public should NOT be blaming HARPO TV, this was a wonderful film. Very entertaining, I’m confused by the previous comments. They sound too narrow minded!

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