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Which Films Are Dominating The Golden Globes Nominations?


The Golden Globe nominations are out. The Wrap reports that "Vice", the film about Dick Cheney, leads the Globes with six nominations. “The Favourite,” “Green Book” and “A Star Is Born” all scored five nominations a piece. The Globes is voted on by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The 2019 ceremony will be hosted by Andy Samburg and Sandra Oh. The ceremony will be held January 9 in Los Angeles, California.

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