'Social Network,' 'Glee' Rule Golden Globes
Facebook nerds, ballerinas and choir kids ruled the nominations for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday, as The Social Network and Black Swan emerged as leaders in the movie categories and Glee popped up all over the TV realm.
Both The Social Network (aka The Facebook Movie) and dancing drama Black Swan scored Golden Globe nominations for Best Picture, with stars from both movies landing acting nods. Jesse Eisenberg, who played Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, is nominated for Lead Actor while his on-screen frenemy (and Celebuzz crush) Andrew Garfield landed a nomination for Supporting Actor. Absent from the nominee list was Justin Timberlake, who was reportedly gunning for awards season love.
Newbies no more, the Glee kids will be singing a joyful tune after dominating the major TV categories. Diva Lea Michele nabbed a nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy. Nerdy rapping clearly paid off for her on-screen teacher Matthew Morrison, who scored a nomination for Best Actor in a TV Series. Scene-stealers Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer (rightfully!) were recognized in the supporting actress and actor categories.
The Golden Globes - one of Hollywood's most fascinatingly fun awards shows! - airs January 16 on NBC.
Recall the drama of The Social Network and a favorite scene from Glee below and tell us in the comments - who are you rooting for at the Golden Globes?
Here's a Glee-ful clip: