Golden Globes Nods Rev Up Up In The Air
Up in the Air , already the recipient of several awards from critics groups, received six Golden Globe nominations today (Tuesday), the most for any film. The George Clooney starrer was joined in the best dramatic film category by Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, and Precious . The musical Nine received five nominations and was joined in the best musical or comedy category by (500) Days of Summer, The Hangover, and two films with Meryl Streep in the lead, It's Complicated and Julie & Julia . (Streep also found herself competing against herself in the best actress category for those two films. Sandra Bullock was also nominated twice, for The Blind Side in the drama category and The Proposal in the comedy/musical category . ) Other nominees for best actress (drama) included Emily Blunt ( The Young Victoria ), Sandra Bullock ( The Blind Side ), Helen Mirren ( The Last Station ), Carey Mulligan ( An Education ), and Gabourey Sidibe ( Precious ). Besides Bullock and Streep for best actress (comedy or musical), other nominees included Julia Roberts for Duplicity and Marion Cotillard for Nine . Best actor (drama) nominees included Clooney ( Up in the Air ), Jeff Bridges ( Crazy Heart ), Colin Firth ( A Single Man ), Morgan Freeman ( Invictus ), and Tobey Maguire ( Brothers ). Best actor (comedy or musical) nominees included Daniel Day-Lewis ( Nine ), Matt Damon ( The Informant ), Robert Downey Jr. ( Sherlock Holmes ), Joseph Gordon-Levitt ( (500) Days of Summer ) and Michael Stuhlbarg ( A Serious Man ).