Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' tops Golden Globes nominations

Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' tops Golden Globes nominations

Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' tops Golden Globes nominations

"We're excited to welcome Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg as co-hosts of Hollywood's Party of the Year", said Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Meher Tatna in a statement.

Samberg, a former writer and player on Saturday Night Live, is a two-time Golden Globe victor, one for performance by an actor and one as a producer on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which won for best television series, musical or comedy.

Fandango is latching on to 2018 Golden Globes hype to try to lure new customers to its FandangoNow streaming service - offering 50% off rentals or purchases of several nominated movies and TV shows for a limited time. So they didn't forget Atlanta, one of the absolute best shows on television, they just...didn't nominate it. Look, I love The Good Place, but this was not their best year.

"Vice" director Adam McKay, who was also nominated, described the film as "an fantastic portrayal of power".

Ruffalo, who is best known for playing The Hulk/Bruce Banner in the MCU, constantly takes to Twitter to wish his fellow MCU stars a Happy Birthday, plug Marvel artists, and even promote the Marvel films he's not in.

Sandra Oh, Andy Samberg to co-host Globes

Click through the slideshow to see some of the biggest snubs this year...

Also left out, to gasps heard across social media, was Ethan Hawke's performance as an anguished pastor in First Reformed and Pawel Pawlikowski's Polish stunner Cold War, his follow-up to the Oscar-winning Ida. When a "Sam" was announced in the best supporting actor nominations, I truly assumed it was Elliott and only later realized it was Sam Rockwell, for playing George W. Bush in Vice.

Several well-regarded movies failed to get any recognition from the HFPA, including Steve McQueen's Widows, Paul Schrader's First Reformed, and Chloe Zhao's The Rider.

Following in the footsteps of the American Film Institute, none of the 10 films nominated for best picture (comedy/musical and drama) were directed by a woman, nor were any of the five directing nominees women. So were Better Call Saul, Black-ish, Maniac, and The Little Drummer Girl.

This Globes category hot mess is nothing new, of course, but expect to hear plenty of mockery for Bohemian Rhapsody being included in a "Best" film category at all (when A Quiet Place was overlooked, as were critics favorites like First Reformed, Eighth Grade and Sorry to Bother You). Streisand is the only one to win, for Yentl in 1984.

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