Amy Adams had a good morning with the Golden Globes nominations, one of only two people this year nominated three times. The other is Alfonso Cuarón, nominated in Best Foreign Film and in the writing and directing categories for Roma.
Adams is nominated in the Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Lynne Cheney in the Adam McKay-directed Annapurna drama Vice. She’s also nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her lead role in Sharp Objects. She’s also a producer of that HBO series, so is also nominated in the Best Television Series of Motion Picture Made for Television category.
“I am overwhelmed,” she said. “Thank you so much to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the acknowledgments. I am blessed to have been involved in these two amazing productions this year and am grateful to everyone who has contributed for their hard work and dedication.”