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The Golden Globe Nominations Are Out


The Golden Globe nominations are out. "Vice", the biographical film about Dick Cheney, leads the pack with six nominations. "The Favourite", "A Star Is Born", and "Green Book" got five nominations each. Disney and Marvel's "Black Panther" is the first comic book movie nominated for 'Best Picture - Drama.' The Golden Globes will be hosted by Andy Samburg and Sandra oh. The ceremony will take place in Los Angeles on January 9th.

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