1. The 2015 Golden Globe Nominations Are In & Here’s The Ones We Care About!
We’re so here for award show season and today, the Golden Globes unveiled their nominations for the January 11 ceremony (airing on NBC). Take at look at which of our favorites actors in TV and film got noticed for their inspiring work!
2. Uzo Aduba
Yassss! Uzo Aduba, otherwise known to you and I as “Crazy Eyes” from “Orange Is The New Black” was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. Earlier this year, she also took home a coveted Emmy for the same character.
3. “Orange Is The New Black”
The Netflix cult fave is nominated for Best Television Series, Comedy
4. Viola Davis
The fantastic Viola Davis is killing it on TV in her role as Annalise Keating in the Shonda Rimes produced (and mega hit) “How To Get Away With Murder.” The two-time Academy Award nominee is up for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama. Watch this riveting clip from the ABC show.
5. Ava DuVernay
Now this is a historic one! DuVernay has become the first Black woman ever to be nominated for Best Director for her work on “Selma.” And this talented visionary has broken barriers before. For her film Middle of Nowhere, she was the first Black woman to win the Best Director Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
6. Quvenzhane Wallis
After becoming the first person born in the 21st century to earn an Oscar nomination, Wallis is still a critics fave! She’ll be on the red carpet as a nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical in her role as Annie in the remake. Watch her interview with GMA about the film and her favorite school subject!
7. David Oyelowo
This a well-deserved industry nod for Oyelowo. He’s up for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama
for his role as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the film Selma. You may also recognize from the Lee Daniels’ The Butler. He played Oprah’s son!
“Selma” is a touching film made in tribute to the historic Selma, AL march of the Civil Rights Movement in 1965. Directed by Ava DuVernay, the cast includes Cuba Gooding, Jr., Carmen Egojo (as Coretta Scott King), Niecy Nash and Tessa Thompson (from Dear White People), David Oyelowo as MLK,and Oprah Winfrey, who’s also one of the executive producers. Let’s keep our fingers crossed it wins Best Motion Picture, Drama.
9. The LEGO® Movie
We know you heard Morgan Freeman’s voice in there! The LEGO Movie is up for Best Animated Feature Film!
10. Gina Rodriguez
We’re keeping our eyes on this actress! Rodriguez currently stars in the CW series, “Jane the Virgin,” which she’s been receiving lots of acclaim for. This year is her first nomination ever (for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical) and she’s also CW’s first Latino lead.