Golden Globe nominees 2015: Complete list

Published On December 11, 2015 | By Morgan Ryan | Entertainment News

The nominees for this year’s Golden Globe Awards were announced yesterday, and the Cate Blanchett late-in-life lesbian movie “Carol” led the way with five nominations.  “The Big Short”, “The Revenant” and “Steve Jobs” followed, with four each.



The streaming services did very well in the TV categories . . . both Amazon and Hulu had shows nominated, and Netflix led all “networks” with eight nominations.  HBO had seven, Starz was third with six, and Amazon had five.



As for “snubs,” “Straight Outta Compton” was shut out.  “Modern Family” was left empty-handed, as were the Netflix shows“Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones”.



Meanwhile, “Mad Max: Fury Road” got some love . . . Amy Schumer was nominated for “Trainwreck” . . . Sylvester Stallonegot a Best Supporting Actor nomination for “Creed” . . . and Lady Gaga was nominated for “American Horror Story: Hotel”.



“The 73rd Annual Golden Globes” will air live on Sunday, January 10th on NBC.  RICKY GERVAIS is hosting for the fourth time in seven years.





Here’s a complete list of the nominees . . .




Movie Awards:  Drama



Best Drama:


“Mad Max: Fury Road”



“The Revenant”




Best Actress in a Drama:


Saoirse Ronan“Brooklyn”

Cate Blanchett“Carol”

Rooney Mara“Carol”

Brie Larson“Room”

Alicia Vikander“The Danish Girl”



Best Actor in a Drama:


Will Smith“Concussion”

Michael Fassbender“Steve Jobs”

Eddie Redmayne“The Danish Girl”

Leonardo DiCaprio“The Revenant”

Bryan Cranston“Trumbo”





Movie Awards:  Comedy / Musical



Best Musical or Comedy:




“The Big Short”

“The Martian”




Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy:


Amy Schumer“Trainwreck”

Melissa McCarthy“Spy”

Jennifer Lawrence“Joy”

Maggie Smith“The Lady in the Van”

Lily Tomlin“Grandma”



Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy:


Al Pacino“Danny Collins”

Mark Ruffalo“Infinitely Polar Bear”

Christian Bale“The Big Short”

Steve Carell“The Big Short”

Matt Damon“The Martian”





Additional Movie Awards



Best Director:


Ridley Scott“The Martian”

George Miller“Mad Max: Fury Road”

Alejandro Inarritu“The Revenant”

Tom McCarthy“Spotlight”

Todd Haynes“Carol”



Best Supporting Actor:


Sylvester Stallone“Creed”

Paul Dano“Love & Mercy”

Idris Elba“Beasts of No Nation”

Michael Shannon“99 Homes”

Mark Rylance“Bridge of Spies”



Best Supporting Actress:


Alicia Vikander“Ex Machina”

Kate Winslet“Steve Jobs”

Jennifer Jason Leigh“The Hateful Eight”

Helen Mirren“Trumbo”

Jane Fonda“Youth”



Best Animated Feature Film:


“The Peanuts Movie”

Pixar’s “Inside Out”

Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur”

“Shaun the Sheep”




Best Screenplay:


“The Hateful Eight” . . . written by Quentin Tarantino

“Steve Jobs” . . . written by Aaron Sorkin

“The Big Short” . . . written by Charles Randolph and Adam McKay

“Spotlight” . . . written by Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer

“Room” . . . written by Emma Donoghue



Best Original Song:


Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do from “Fifty Shades of Grey”

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again from “Furious 7”

Brian Wilson’s One Kind of Love from “Love & Mercy”

Sam Smith’s Writing’s on the Wall from “Spectre”

Simple Song #3 from “Youth”, by the BBC Concert Orchestra, Sumi Jo, and Terry Davies



Best Original Score:


“Carol”,  Carter Burwell

“Steve Jobs”,  Daniel Pemberton

“The Danish Girl”,  Alexandre Desplat

“The Hateful Eight”,  Ennio Morricone

“The Revenant”,  Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto



Best Foreign-Language Film:


“Mustang”  (France)

“Son of Saul”  (Hungary)

“The Brand New Testament”  (Belgium, France, and Luxembourg)

“The Club”  (Chile)

“The Fencer”  (Finland, Germany, and Estonia)




TV Awards:  Drama



Best Drama Series:


“Game of Thrones”  (HBO)

“Empire”  (Fox)

“Mr. Robot”  (USA)

“Narcos”  (Netflix)

“Outlander”  (Starz)



Best Actress in a Drama:


Taraji Henson“Empire”

Robin Wright“House of Cards”

Viola Davis“How to Get Away with Murder”

Caitriona Balfe“Outlander”

Eva Green“Penny Dreadful”



Best Actor in a Drama:


Bob Odenkirk“Better Call Saul”

Jon Hamm“Mad Men”

Rami Malek“Mr. Robot”

Wagner Moura“Narcos”

Liev Schreiber“Ray Donovan”





TV Awards:  Comedy / Musical



Best Musical or Comedy Series:


“Orange Is the New Black”  (Netflix)

“Silicon Valley”  (HBO)

“Transparent”  (Amazon)

“Mozart in the Jungle”  (Amazon)

“Casual”  (Hulu)



Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series:


Julia Louis-Dreyfus“Veep”

Jamie Lee Curtis“Scream Queens”

Gina Rodriguez“Jane the Virgin”

Rachel Bloom“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”

Lily Tomlin“Grace and Frankie”



Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series:


Patrick Stewart“Blunt Talk”

Jeffrey Tambor“Transparent”

Rob Lowe“The Grinder”

Aziz Ansari“Master of None”

Gael Garcia Bernal“Mozart in the Jungle”





TV Awards:  Miniseries Categories



Best Miniseries or TV Movie:


“American Horror Story: Hotel”  (FX)

“Fargo”  (FX)

“Flesh & Bone”  (Starz)

“Wolf Hall”  (BBC)

“American Crime”  (ABC)



Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie:


Lady Gaga“American Horror Story: Hotel”

Felicity Huffman“American Crime”

Queen Latifah“Bessie”

Kirsten Dunst“Fargo”

Sarah Hay“Flesh & Bone”



Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie:


Patrick Wilson“Fargo”

Idris Elba“Luther”

David Oyelowo“Nightingale”

Oscar Isaac“Show Me a Hero”

Mark Rylance“Wolf Hall”



Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie:


Uzo Aduba“Orange Is the New Black”

Regina King“American Crime”

Joanne Froggatt“Downton Abbey”

Maura Tierney“The Affair”

Judith Light“Transparent”



Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie:


Ben Mendelsohn“Bloodline”

Christian Slater“Mr. Robot”

Tobias Menzies“Outlander”

Alan Cumming“The Good Wife”

Damian Lewis“Wolf Hall”


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