The Nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes Have Been Announced – Check Out the Top Contenders

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Like a phoenix from the ashes of controversy and cancellation, the Golden Globes will return for their 81st edition on January 7, 2024. Now led by Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge Industries, since the discredited Hollywood Foreign Press Association was dissolved in June 2023. (In 2024, the ceremony will also be broadcast by another channel: CBS has signed to broadcast the ceremony for the first time and will take over from NBC). From additional categories to the nominees: this is what you want to know about the 2024 Golden Globes.

Golden Globes 2024

On Monday, December 11, actors Cedric the Entertainer and Wilmer Valderrama were at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to announce the 2024 Golden Globes nominees, with a later segment on CBS unveiling ten additional categories. Two of them will be part of next year’s broadcast: cinematographic and box office achievement in feature films and best achievement in television stand-up comedy.

The nominees

Below, see the list of nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes in some of the most important categories. Are your favorite films and programs included?

Best Drama Film

Anatomy of a Fall

Killers of the Flower Moon



Past Lives

The Zone of Interest

Best Musical or Comedy Film


American Fiction


The Holdovers


Poor Things

Best director

Bradley Cooper,  Maestro

Greta Gerwig,  Barbie

Yorgos Lanthimos,  Poor Things

Christopher Nolan,  Oppenheimer

Martin Scorsese,  Killers of the Flower Moon

Celine Song,  Past Lives

Best Actress in a Drama Film

Annette Bening,  Nyad

Lily Gladstone,  Killers of the Flower Moon

Sandra Hüller,  Anatomy of a Fall

Greta Lee,  Past Lives

Carey Mulligan,  Maestro

Cailee Spaeny,  Priscilla

Best Actor in a Drama Film

Bradley Cooper,  Maestro

Leonardo Dicaprio,  Killers of the Flower Moon

Colman Domingo,  Rustin

Barry Keoghan,  Saltburn

Cillian Murphy,  Oppenheimer

Andrew Scott,  All of Us Strangers

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Film

Fantasia Barrino,  The Color Purple

Jennifer Lawrence,  No Hard Feelings

Natalie Portman,  May December

Alma Pöysti,  Fallen Leaves

Margot Robbie,  Barbie

Emma Stone,  Poor Things

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Film

Nicolas Cage,  Dream Screenplay

Timothée Chalamet,  Wonka

Matt Damon,  Air

Paul Giamatti,  The Holdovers

Joaquin Phoenix,  Beau Is Afraid

Jeffrey Wright,  American Fiction

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Emily Blunt,  Oppenheimer

Danielle Brooks,  The Color Purple

Jodie Foster  Nyad

Julianne Moore,  May December

Rosamund Pike,  Saltburn

Da’Vine Joy Randolph,  The Holdovers

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Willem Dafoe,  Poor Things

Robert De Niro,  Killers of the Flower Moon

Robert Downey Jr.,  Oppenheimer

Ryan Gosling,  Barbie

Charles Melton,  May December

Mark Ruffalo,  Poor Things

Best Drama Series


The Crown

The Diplomat

The Last of Us

The Morning Show


Best Musical or Comedy Series

Abbott Elementary



Jury Duty

Only Murders in the Building

Ted Lasso

Best Actress in a Drama Series

Helen Mirren,  1923

Bella Ramsey,  The Last of Us

Keri Russell,  The Diplomat

Sarah Snook,  Succession

Imelda Staunton,  The Crown

Emma Stone,  The Curse

Best Actor in a Drama Series

Brian Cox,  Succession

Kieran Culkin,  Succession

Gary Oldman,  Slow Horses

Pedro Pascal,  The Last of Us

Jeremy Strong,  Succession

Dominic West,  The Crown

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series

Rachel Brosnahan,  The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Quinta Brunson,  Abbott Elementary

Ayo Edebiri,  The Bear

Elle Fanning,  The Great

Selena Gomez,  Only Murders in the Building

Natasha Lyonne,  Poker Face

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series

Bill Hader,  Barry

Steve Martin,  Only Murders in the Building

Jason Segel,  Shrinking

Martin Short,  Only Murders in the Building

Jason Sudeikis,  Ted Lasso

Jeremy Allen White,  The Bear

This article was originally published by Vogue US

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