Wednesday, December 15, 2010

The Hollywood Movie "The King's Speech Nominate Seven For Golden Globe Award

"The King's Speech," a actual ball about a British baron with a stammer, exhausted added competitors on Tuesday to grab seven nominations for the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.

The nominations included the best blur ball nod, the best contested award, organizers said.

Other films aggressive for the best account were "The Social Network," "Black Swan," "The Fighter" and "Inception."

"The King's Speech" additionally becoming nominations for best achievement by an amateur for Colin Firth, best achievement by an extra for Helena Bonham Carter, best acknowledging amateur for Geoffrey Rush, best administrator for Tom Hooper, best cine for David Seidler and best cine account for Alexandre Desplat.

"The Social Network" and "The Fighter" becoming six nods apiece, while "Black Swan," "Inception" and "The Kids Are All Right" angry for third abode in the cine chase with four nominations each.

In the best motion account ball or agreeable category, "Alice in Wonderland," "Burlesque," "The Kids Are All Right," "Red" and " The Tourist" compete.

Nominated for best amateur in a motion account were Colin Firth in "The King's Speech," James Franco in "127 Hours," Ryan Gosling in "Blue Valentine," Mark Wahlberg in "The Fighter" and Jesse Eisenberg in "The Social Network."

For best extra in a motion picture, the nominees are Halle Berry in "Frankie and Alice," Nicole Kidman in "Rabbit Hole," Jennifer Lawrence in "Winter's Bone," Natalie Portman in "The Black Swan" and Michelle Williams in "Blue Valentine."

In the TV categories, "Glee" was the top appointee with bristles nods, followed by "30 Rock," "Boardwalk Empire," "Dexter," "The Good Wife," "Mad Men," "Modern Family," "Pillars of the Earth" and " Temple Grandin" angry with three nods apiece.

The awards will be appear on Jan. 16, 2011.


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