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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The latest on the 73rd annual Golden Globes nominations announced Thursday in Beverly Hills, California, by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (all times local):
"The Big Short" writer-director Adam McKay has got partying on his mind.
McKay's film received the second most nominations Thursday for the upcoming Golden Globe Awards, and his initial celebration was subdued.
McKay says, "I was half-asleep and woke up. I had an egg sandwich. That was my celebration. An egg sandwich."
The writer-director spoke to The Associated Press before leaving on a trip to Chicago, where he planned "a party day over there."
McKay is also looking forward to January 10, when the Golden Globe Awards will be held in Beverly Hills.
He says, "I think any ceremony that has Amy Schumer and Melissa McCarthy at it is immediately worth attending. I'm quite excited. I think we should all have a raucous, bawdy night. It will make everyone happy."
Golden Globe nominee Bryan Cranston says he sees parallels between his film "Trumbo" and the rhetoric of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Cranston was nominated Thursday for best actor in a drama film for his portrayal of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who was blacklisted in Hollywood for refusing to answer questions about his involvement with the Communist Party.
Cranston sees similarities today and tells The Associated Press, "It's reminiscent of what's going on now about the political or the ideology of some people and the fear mongering — like Donald Trump — who jumps on something and feeds the fire and creates incendiary reaction to things, scares people and they react and that's why poll numbers are going up."
Cranston says "We just need to calm down and go back to what is foundational to this country and that is embracing differences and realizing that that's a strength of ours and not a weakness."
It's like Amy Schumer heard about her Golden Globe nomination from friends.
The comedian watched as one of her friends, America Ferrara read the name of her film, "Trainwreck" Thursday. Then Dennis Quaid, another friend, read her name when announcing the best actress in a film comedy category.
Still in bed, Schumer says that's when she let out a scream and her eyes teared up.
Her first congratulatory text message came from Chris Rock.
Since then, Schumer tells the AP she's only been talking to reporters.
The actress says, "It's funny, I haven't talked to any of my family or friends yet. Just journalists. But yeah. Those are my real family now."
Rachel Bloom says she spent her few sleeping hours dreaming about the Golden Globe nominations.
By Thursday morning, the wait was over. And her dreams of receiving a nomination for her role on CW's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" were a reality.
Bloom worked until midnight on the show and was so tired she didn't take off her makeup or shower. She wasn't sure she would watch the Globe nominations — which occur before dawn in Los Angeles — but her dreams convinced her to tune in.
She says, "My dreams were filled with it so I was like, 'Oh who am I kidding. I'm not going to play it cool.' I've never played anything cool in my entire life."
There's little time for rest for Bloom, who's due back on set later Thursday. For work, and some celebrating.
She tells the AP, "I can't believe it. Seven months ago I thought we had a dead pilot."
Streaming services have edged out traditional television and cable networks for the most nominations for the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards.
Netflix leads all television creators with eight nominations, aided by its series "Orange Is the New Black" ''House of Cards" and "Narcos."
Amazon Video also picked up five nominations, with several for its shows "Transparent" and "Mozart in the Jungle." Actors Jeffrey Tambor of "Transparent" and Gael García Bernal earned acting nominations for their work on the series.
Cable networks HBO and Starz earned seven and six nominations during Thursday's announcement of the Globe nominations.
ABC received the most nominations of the traditional networks, with its show "American Crime" earning three of the network's four nominations.
The Golden Globe Awards will air Jan. 10 on NBC.
Ten actors received Golden Globe nominations for their roles in some of this year's funniest films.
The Golden Globe nominees for best actor in a musical or comedy motion picture are: Christian Bale, "The Big Short"; Steve Carell, "The Big Short"; Matt Damon, "The Martian"; Al Pacino, "Danny Collins"; Mark Ruffalo, "Infinitely Polar Bear."
The Golden Globe nominees for best actress in a musical or comedy motion picture are: Jennifer Lawrence, "Joy"; Melissa McCarthy, "Spy"; Amy Schumer, "Trainwreck"; Maggie Smith, "The Lady in the Van"; Lily Tomlin, "Grandma."
The Golden Globe Awards attract Hollywood's biggest names to a boozy, unpredictable party.
One way to encourage stars' attendance is to nominate them for awards.
Stars who received a nomination for best actress in a motion picture drama are: Cate Blanchett, "Carol"; Brie Larson, "Room"; Rooney Mara, "Carol"; Saoirse Ronan, "Brooklyn"; Alicia Vikander, "The Danish Girl."
The male acting nominees in the drama motion picture category are: Bryan Cranston, "Trumbo"; Leonardo DiCaprio, "The Revenant"; Michael Fassbender, "Steve Jobs"; Eddie Redmayne, "The Danish Girl"; Will Smith, "Concussion."
The Golden Globe nominees for best motion picture director have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: Todd Haynes, "Carol"; Alejandro G. Inarritu, "The Revenant"; Tom McCarthy, "Spotlight"; George Miller, "Mad Max: Fury Road"; Ridley Scott, "The Martian."
Todd Haynes 1950s romance "Carol" landed a leading five nominations, including best dramatic picture, in nominations for the 73rd annual Golden Globes.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association's nominations, announced Thursday in Beverly Hills, California, spread nods around to a widespread field. Landing four nominations were Adam McKay's finance farce "The Big Short," the Apple co-founder drama "Steve Jobs" and Alejandro Inarritu's frontier epic "The Revenant."
Joining "Carol" and "The Revenant" in nods for best picture drama are: "Mad Max: Fury Road," ''Room" and "Spotlight."
Ricky Gervais returns as host for the Globes on Jan. 10.
The Golden Globe nominees for best actor in a TV comedy series have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: Aziz Ansari, "Master of None"; Gael Garcia Bernal, "Mozart in the Jungle"; Rob Lowe, "The Grinder"; Patrick Stewart, "Blunt Talk"; Jeffrey Tambor, "Transparent."
The Golden Globe nominees for best actor and actress in TV drama series have been announced in Beverly Hills, California.
The best actor nominees are: Jon Hamm, "Mad Men"; Rami Malek, "Mr. Robot"; Wagner Moura, "Narcos"; Bob Odenkirk, "Better Call Saul"; Liev Schreiber, "Ray Donovan."
The best actress nominees are: Caitriona Balfe, "Outlander"; Viola Davis, "How to Get Away with Murder"; Eva Green, "Penny Dreadful"; Taraji P. Henson, "Empire"; Robin Wright, "House of Cards."
The Golden Globe nominees for best foreign language film are: "The Brand New Testament," ''The Club," ''The Fencer," Mustang," and "Son of Saul."
The Golden Globe nominees for best motion picture drama have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: "Carol," ''Mad Max: Fury Road," ''The Revenant," ''Room," and "Spotlight."
The Golden Globe nominees for the best television drama series have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: "Empire," ''Game of Thrones," ''Mr. Robot," ''Narcos" and "Outlander."
The Golden Globe nominees for best motion picture musical or comedy have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: "The Big Short," ''Joy," ''Cinderella," ''The Martian," ''Spy," ''Trainwreck."
The Golden Globe nominees for best actress in a TV comedy series are: Rachel Bloom, "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"; Jamie Lee Curtis, "Scream Queens"; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "Veep"; Gina Rodriguez, "Jane the Virgin"; Lily Tomlin, "Grace and Frankie."
The Golden Globe nominees for TV movie or limited series have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: "American Crime," ''American Horror Story: Hotel," ''Fargo," ''Flesh and Bone," and "Wolf Hall."
The Golden Globe nominees for best animated feature film have been announced in Beverly Hills, California. They are: "Anomalisa," ''Inside Out," ''The Good Dinosaur," ''The Peanuts Movie" and "Shaun the Sheep Movie."
The reading of Golden Globe nominations has begun in Beverly Hills, California. The nominees for best TV comedy series are: "Casual," ''Mozart in the Jungle," ''Orange is the New Black," ''Silicon Valley," ''Transparent," ''Veep."
The item above has been corrected to reflect that the 5:20 a.m. item included nominees for best TV comedy series, not TV comedy series actress.
Reporters and industry insiders are gathering at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, for the announcement of nominees for the Golden Globe Awards.
Banks of television cameras and reporters are assembled before the stage, which is flanked by two large Globe award statuettes.
Actors Angela Bassett, America Ferrera, Chloe Grace Moretz and Dennis Quaid will announce the nominations for honors for tops television and film awards bestowed by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
A Globes nomination can give a show, film or actor not only a bump in audience, but an edge in Hollywood's crowded awards season.
Ricky Gervais will return as host for the Globes when it airs on NBC on Jan. 10.
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