Now a whole new year of great entertainment, both on the big screen on the small one, has gone by and once again it's time to find out who came out on top. The 71st Golden Globes Awards ceremony will be held exactly one month from now, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returning once more as hosts.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees were announced earlier this week, with 12 Years a Slave and The Butler at the front of the pack, and HFPA President Theo Kingma today announced the nominations for the 2014 Golden Globes. Read on to find out if your favorite movies and TV shows of the year made the cut.
12 Years A Slave - Nominated for Best Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Screenplay & Original Score
Best Motion Picture – Drama12 Years A SlaveCaptain PhillipsGravityPhilomenaRush
Best Motion Picture – Musical or ComedyAmerican HustleHerInside Llewyn DavisNebraskaThe Wolf Of Wall Street
Best Actor – Musical or Comedy
Gravity - Nominated for Best Picture, Director, Actress & Original Score
Best Supporting ActorBarkhad Abdi, Captain PhillipsDaniel Bruhl, RushBradley Cooper, American HustleMichael Fassbender, 12 Years A SlaveJared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club
Best Supporting ActressSally Hawkins, Blue JasmineJennifer Lawrence, American HustleLupita Nyong'o, 12 Years A SlaveJulia Roberts, August: Osage CountyJune Squibb, Nebraska
American Hustle - Nominated for Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress & Screenplay
Best DirectorAlfonso Cuaron, GravityPaul Greengrass, Captain PhillipsSteve McQueen, 12 Years A SlaveAlexander Payne, NebraskaDavid O. Russell, American Hustle
Best ScreenplaySpike Jonze, HerBob Nelson, NebraskaJeff Pope and Steve Coogan, PhilomenaJohn Ridley, 12 Years A SlaveEric Warren Singer and David O. Russell, American Hustle
Best Original ScoreAll Is LostMandela: Long Walk to FreedomGravityThe Book Thief12 Years A Slave
Best Original Song“Atlas,” Coldplay (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire)“Let It Go,” Idina Menzel (Frozen)“Ordinary Love,” U2 (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)“Please Mr. Kennedy,” Oscar Isaac, Justin Timberlake and Adam Driver (Inside Llewyn Davis)"Sweet Than Fiction", Taylor Swift (One Chance)
Best Foreign Language FilmBlue is the Warmest ColorThe Great BeautyThe HuntThe PastThe Wind Rises