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It’s that time of year again. Awards season. At an event which this year will see the return of (brace yourself Hollywood) Ricky Gervais, as he takes the reins from dynamic female duo Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, the 2016 Golden Globes nominations have been revealed.

Leading the eclectic field this year on the cinematic front is Todd Haynes’ Carol, with a double Lead Actress haul for Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara respectively. Elsewhere, we saw the frenzied spectacle of George Miller’s Mad Max Fury Road, the hard-hitting journalism of Spotlight and the gritty intensity of The Revenant all acknowledged among many worthy others.

The 73rd Golden Globes take place on Sunday 10th January. The list of nominations can be found below.

Mad Max

Best Motion Picture – Drama

THE REVENANT

CAROL

ROOM

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

SPOTLIGHT

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Best Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical

JOY

SPY

TRAINWRECK

THE BIG SHORT

THE MARTIAN

The Martian

Best Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama

CATE BLANCHETT (CAROL)

ROONEY MARA (CAROL)

SAOIRSE RONAN (BROOKLYN)

ALICIA VIKANDER (THE DANISH GIRL)

BRIE LARSON (ROOM)

The Danish

Best Actress In A Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical

AMY SCHUMER (TRAINWRECK)

MELISSA MCCARTHY (SPY)

MAGGIE SMITH (THE LADY IN THE VAN)

LILY TOMLIN (GRANDMA)

JENNIFER LAWRENCE (JOY)

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Best Actress In A Supporting Role – Motion Picture

KATE WINSLET (STEVE JOBS)

JANE FONDA (YOUTH)

JENNIFER JASON LEIGH (THE HATEFUL EIGHT)

HELEN MIRREN (TRUMBO)

ALICIA VIKANDER (EX MACHINA)

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Best Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama

LEONARDO DICAPRIO (THE REVENANT)

MICHAEL FASSBENDER (STEVE JOBS)

EDDIE REDMAYNE (THE DANISH GIRL)

WILL SMITH (CONCUSSION)

BRYAN CRANSTON (TRUMBO)

Concussion

Best Actor In A Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical

MARK RUFFALO (INFINITELY POLAR BEAR)

STEVE CARELL (THE BIG SHORT)

RYAN GOSLING (THE BIG SHORT)

AL PACINO (DANNY COLLINS)

MATT DAMON (THE MARTIAN)

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Best Actor In A Supporting Role – Motion Picture

SYLVESTER STALLONE (CREED)

MARK RYLANCE (BRIDGE OF SPIES)

MICHAEL SHANNON (99 HOMES)

IDRIS ELBA (BEASTS OF NO NATION)

PAUL DANO (LOVE & MERCY)

The Revenant

Best Animated Feature Film 

INSIDE OUT

THE GOOD DINOSAUR

THE PEANUTS MOVIE

SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE

ANOMALISA

Hateful 8

Best Director

TODD HAYNES (CAROL)

GEORGE MILLER (MAD MAX: FURY ROAD)

ALEJANDRO G. INARRITU (THE REVENANT)

RIDLEY SCOTT (THE MARTIAN)

TOM MCCARTHY (SPOTLIGHT)

Steve

Best Screenplay

QUENTIN TARANTINO (THE HATEFUL EIGHT)

AARON SORKIN (STEVE JOBS)

EMMA DONOGHUE (ROOM)

CHARLES RANDOLPH AND ADAM MCKAY (THE BIG SHORT)

TOM MCCARTHY AND JOSH SINGER (SPOTLIGHT)

Son Of

Best Foreign Language Film 

SON OF SAUL (HUNGARY)

MUSTANG (FRANCE)

THE CLUB (CHILE)

THE BRAND NEW TESTAMENT (BELGIUM/FRANCE/LUXEMBOURG)

THE FENCER (GERMANY/ESTONIA/FINLAND)

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Best Original Song 

THE WRITING’S ON THE WALL (SPECTRE)

LOVE ME LIKE YOU DO (FIFTY SHADES OF GREY)

ONE KIND OF LOVE (LOVE AND MERCY)

SEE YOU AGAIN (FAST AND FURIOUS 7)

SIMPLE SONG #3 (YOUTH)

Youth

You can also check out the TV nominations for this year’s Golden Globes at the official website HERE.

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