On Wednesday, Feb 3, the nominations for the Golden Globe awards for film and television was announced. On Feb 28, the awards will be presented to their top picks for the best in television and film, by hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Read the article to know more.
The Nominees and their Reactions
Reportedly, The Undoing actor, Hugh Grant, is nominated for best performance by an actor in a miniseries or television film, along with his co-stars- Nicole Kidman who is nominated for best actress and Donald Sutherland, for best-supporting actor. Grant said, “I’m very grateful. Just to be nominated is a massive honour. Though I would remind the HFPA that I still have the sculpting hammer. I’m also [very] proud for the show itself and happy for Nicole and Donald for their nominations.”
Nicole, who earned a nomination for The Prom as well, said: “ Thank you to my wonderful friends at the HFPA!!! To wake up in Sydney to 4 nominations for our show is an incredible way to start the day. This has been the journey of a lifetime — from David E. Kelley’s imagination to Susanne Bier’s visionary direction of every episode to Hugh Grant (!!!), Donald Sutherland (!!!), Edgar Ramirez, Lily Rabe, Noah Jupe, and Noma Dumezweni to audiences who embraced THE UNDOING all over the world and now to this… these Golden Globe nominations mean more than you could ever imagine.”
Actor Lilly Collins also earned a nomination for her performance in Emily in Paris, to which she said: “Words cannot express how extremely grateful and excited I am to be nominated for my role in Emily in Paris and for the show’s nomination! I’m beyond thrilled the series was recognized and I feel so lucky to be in a category including such incredible women who have kept me laughing and smiling all year long.
The greatest gift of playing Emily has been providing a sense of escapism and fun during a time when we all needed it most. I’m so proud of this show and so thankful to the HFPA, Netflix, Darren and the entire cast and crew without whom Emily would be truly lost.”
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