December 15, 2011
Golden Globes: The Jewish Nominees
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Award Nominations were announced early this morning and for those who want tribal highlights, here goes…
In the film categories:
Woody Allen leads the pack with his box-office hit “Midnight in Paris” with three nominations for Best Screenplay, Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy and Best Director.
Jonah Hill and Albert Brooks will go head-to-head in the category of Best Supporting Actor for their respective performances in “Moneyball” and “Drive”.
Steven Spielberg picks up nods for “Warhorse” (Best Motion Picture Drama) and for “The Adventures of Tintin” (Best Animated Feature Film).
Aaron Sorkin gets a screenplay nod for “Moneyball” which he co-wrote with Steven Zaillian.
Showtime’s “Homeland” based on the Israeli format “Prisoners of War” and produced by “24’s” Howard Gordon gets a nod for Best Television Series - Drama and acting nominations for its stars Claire Danes and Damian Lewis.
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss also gets nominated in the Best Television Series category.
“Modern Family” created by Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd (married to a Jew) is nominated for Best Television Series Comedy or Musical in addition to acting nods for Sofia Vergara and Eric Stonestreet.
HBO’s “Too Big To Fail” which features the beloved Jews of Wall Street gets nominated for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV.
Evan Rachel Wood is nominated for her supporting performance in HBO’s “Mildred Pierce” mini-series.
And in case you want to check out George Clooney’s four nominations, you can read the full list at Deadline.com