Full Nominations List For The 72nd Golden Globes

·Senior UK Writer

The nominations have been announced for the 72nd Golden Globes.

'Birdman' leads the pack with seven nominations in total, with 'Boyhood' and 'The Imitation Game' not far behind with five nods apiece.

Brits Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne, and David Oyelowo face stiff competition in the best actor category from Steve Carrell and Jake Gyllenhaal, while our very own Rosamund Pike and Felicity Jones take on Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, and Reese Witherspoon for best actress.

British drama ‘Pride’ is a surprise contender for best motion picture comedy or musical, while the Stephen Hawking and Alan Turing biopics ‘The Theory of Everything’ and ‘The Imitation Game’ are both up for best motion picture drama.

Here’s the full list below.

Best motion picture - Drama



'The Imitation Game'


'The Theory of Everything'

Best motion picture - Comedy or musical


'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

'Into the Woods'


'St. Vincent'

Best actress, comedy or musical

Amy Adams - ‘Big Eyes’

Emily Blunt - ‘Into the Woods’

Helen Mirren - ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’

Julianne Moore - ‘Maps to the Stars’

Quvenzhané Wallis - ‘Annie’

Best supporting actor

Robert Duvall - ‘The Judge’

Ethan Hawke - ‘Boyhood’

Edward Norton - ‘Birdman’

Mark Ruffalo - ‘Foxcatcher’

JK Simmons - ‘Whiplash’

Best score

Alexandre Desplat - ‘The Imitation Game’

Johann Johannsson – ‘The Theory of Everything’

Trent Reznor – ‘Gone Girl’

Antonio Sanchez - ‘Birdman’

Hans Zimmer – ‘Interstellar’

Best song

'Big Eyes' – 'Big Eyes' (Lana Del Ray)

'Glory' – 'Selma' (John Legend, Common)

'Mercy Is' – 'Noah' (Patty Smith, Lenny Kaye)

'Opportunity' – 'Annie'

'Yellow Flicker Beat' – 'Hunger Games, Mockingjay Pt 1' (Lorde)

Best director

Wes Anderson - ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

Ava Duvernay - ‘Selma’

David Fincher - ‘Gone Girl’

Alejandro González Iñárritu - ‘Birdman’

Richard Linklater - ‘Boyhood’

Best actor - Drama

Steve Carell - ‘Foxcatcher’

Benedict Cumberbatch - ‘The Imitation Game’

Jake Gyllenhaal - ‘Nightcrawler’

David Oyelowo - ‘Selma’

Eddie Redmayne - ‘The Theory of Everything’

Best supporting actress

Patricia Arquette - ‘Boyhood’

Jessica Chastain - ‘A Most Violent Year’

Keira Knightley - ‘The Imitation Game’

Emma Stone - ‘Birdman’

Meryl Streep - ‘Into The Woods’

Best actress - Drama

Jennifer Aniston - ‘Cake’

Felicity Jones - ‘The Theory of Everything’

Julianne Moore - ‘Still Alice’

Rosamund Pike - ‘Gone Girl’

Reese Witherspoon - ‘Wild’

Best actor - Comedy or musical

Ralph Fiennes - ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

Michael Keaton - ‘Birdman’

Bill Murray - ‘St. Vincent’

Joaquin Pheonix - ‘Inherent Vice’

Christoph Waltz - ‘Big Eyes’

Best animation

'Big Hero 6'

'The Book of Life'

'The Boxtrolls'

'How to Train Your Dragon 2'

'The LEGO Movie'

Best screenplay

Wes Anderson - ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

Gillian Flynn - ‘Gone Girl’

Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo - ‘Birdman’

Richard Linklater - ‘Boyhood’

Graham Moore - ‘The Imitation Game’

Best foreign language film

'Force Majeure'

'Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem'



'Tangerine Manderin'

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