To A Cynical Hollywood, The Golden Globes Unveil Their Nominations

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced nominations for film and television awards on Monday. Despite widespread criticism forcing the organization that produces the Golden Globes to cancel its televised award show.

The HFPA held a press conference at the Beverly Hilton to announce the nominees for this year’s Golden Globes. The vast majority of Hollywood simply shrugged.

Snoop Dogg read out the names of this year’s nominees while wearing sunglasses and a red hat during a live. The majority of studios, public relations firms, and A-list celebrities have stayed away from the group this year.

The HFPA held a press conference at the Beverly Hilton to announce the nominees for this year’s Golden Globes. The vast majority of Hollywood simply shrugged.

However, the press association attempted to maintain its lead in the awards season on Monday by nominating Will Smith. Kristen Stewart (“Spencer”), Rachel Zegler (“West Side Story”), Leonardo DiCaprio (“Don’t Look Up”), Denzel Washington (“The Tragedy of Macbeth”). Ben Affleck (“The Tender Bar”), and Lady Gaga for best-supporting actress (“House of Gucci”).

Jane Campion, Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, CODA, Reinaldo Marcus Green’s tennis biopic King Richard, and Kenneth Branagh’s autobiographical Belfast were among this year’s Best Dramatic Picture nominees.

‘Licorice Pizza’ And ‘Don’t Look up’ At Oscars

“Don’t Look Up,” “Licorice Pizza,” and other songs At this year’s Oscars, “West Side Story” “Tick, Tick… Boom!” by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and “Cyrano” by Joe Wright were all nominated for best comedy or musical.

Both “Belfast” and “The Power of the Dog” received seven nominations, tying for the most. Netflix received a total of 17 film nominations. “Succession” received five TV nominations, including best drama and actor in a drama series for Jeremy Strong, who was recently featured in an article in The New Yorker.

 There was no public celebration for any of the nominees on Monday morning.

According to the press association, there has been a nine-month turnaround since the 2021 show. Helen Hoehne, the newly elected president, coined the phrase “HFPA 2.0.” The organization hired a chief diversity officer, restructured its board, welcomed 21 new members, including six Black journalists, established a five-year partnership with the NAACP, and updated its code of conduct.

For The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, This Has Been A Year Of Change And Reflection.

The HFPA’s unethical practices, as well as the fact that none of its 87 voting members were Black journalists, were investigated by the Los Angeles Times. Studios and more than 100 public relations firms will boycott the Globes if the HFPA does not make “profound and lasting change” soon. Cruise delivered his three Golden Globes to the organization’s headquarters in Beverly Hills, California.

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