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Golden Globe Nomination Reactions

Producers, directors and actors respond to industry kudos.

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Nominees react to the 68th annual Golden Globe nominations, announced Tuesday. The Globes ceremony will be held January 16th in Los Angeles.

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Mark Wahlberg, Best Actor – Drama, “The Fighter”

Darren Aronofsky, Best Director – Drama, “Black Swan”

Ryan Kavanaugh, Exec Producer, Best Picture, Drama – “The Fighter”

Kevin Spacey, Best Actor – Comedy or Musical, “Casino Jack

Ryan Gosling, Best Actor – Drama, “Blue Valentine

Halle Berry, Best Actress – Drama, “Frankie and Alice

Michael Douglas, Supporting Actor – Drama, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps”

Geoffrey Rush, Supporting Actor – Drama, “The King’s Speech”

Jeremy Renner, Supporting Actor – Drama, “The Town”

Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, producers, Best Picture, Drama, “The King’s Speech”

Jennifer Lawrence, Best Actress – Drama, “Winter’s Bone”

Jacki Weaver, Supporting Actress – Drama, “Animal Kingdom”

Mila Kunis, Supporting Actress – Drama, “Black Swan”

Helena Bonham Carter, Supporting Actress – Drama, “The King’s Speech”

Scott Franklin and Brian Oliver, Producers, Best Picture – Drama, “Black Swan”

David O. Russell , Director, “The Fighter”

Lee Unkrich, Director, “Toy Story 3”

Jake Gyllenhaal, Best Actor – Comedy or Musical, “Love and Other Drugs

Lisa Cholodenko, Director, “The Kids Are All Right”

Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg, Screenwriters, “The Kids Are All Right”

David Seidler, Screenwriter – Drama, “The King’s Speech”

Byron Howard and Nathan Greno, Directors – Best Animated Film, “Tangled”

Hans Zimmer, Original Score, “Inception”

Trent Reznor, Original Score, “The Social Network”

Diane Warren, Original Song, “You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Me” – “Burlesque”

Alan Menken, Original Song, “I See The Light” – “Tangled”

A.R. Rahman, Best Score, “127 Hours”

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, director, Best Foreign Language Film, ‘Biutiful’

Jim Parsons, Best Actor, TV Series – Comedy, “The Big Bang Theory”

Bryan Cranston, Best Actor, TV Series – Drama, “Breaking Bad”

Hugh Laurie, Best Actor, TV Series – Drama, “House”

Bonnie Arnold, producer, Best Animated Film, “How to Train Your Dragon”

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