Up in the Air and Glee Lead the Golden Globe Nominations
The George Clooney movie and the TV show about a school choir lead the nominees for the 2010 Golden Globe Awards.
-Margeaux Baulch Klein
On Tuesday morning, Justin Timberlake, Diane Kruger, and The Office’s John Krasinski gathered to announce the 2010 Golden Globe nominees in Los Angeles.
Leading the film category was the George Clooney movie, Up in the Air, which was nominated for best drama, director, screenplay, actor George Clooney and supporting actresses Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick. Other films to be nominated in the drama category were Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, and Precious.
Providing some comic relief, Timberlake paused when he came to Emily Blunt’s name on the Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) list and cracked “Somebody’s gonna have a good night tonight!” referring to Krasinski, Blunt’s long-time boyfriend.
In the television categories, newcomer Glee lead the way with four nominations, followed by 30 Rock, Damages, Dexter and Big Love, which each had three a piece. (Zap2It)
To see the full list of nominees, go to GoldenGlobes.org