"Barbie" or "Oppenheimer": Who has more nominations at the Golden Globes 2024?

Although many expected films and TV series were nominated, several of this year's big hits missed the list.

Dec 14, 2023 - 14:51
Dec 14, 2023 - 14:53
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"Barbie" or "Oppenheimer": Who has more nominations at the Golden Globes 2024?

The Golden Globes 2024 nominations have been announced, and "Barbie" - a global sensation and the most profitable film of the year - dominates the prestigious 81st awards ceremony, becoming the second most nominated film in history (tied with Cabaret from 1972 and behind Nashville from 1975).

Director Greta Gerwig's pastel satire leads with as many as 9 nominations, while "Oppenheimer", Christopher Nolan's biographical drama follows it with 8. The black comedy "Poor Things" with Emma Stone and "Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon" share 7 nominations, while the South Korean film "Past Lives" is next in line with 5 nominations (also the most nominated film in a foreign language).

The revolutionary achievement "Barbie" was nominated in the categories for best film (comedy or musical), screenplay, direction, lead actress Margot Robbie, supporting actor Ran Gosling, as well as three separate awards in the category of original songs.

"Barbie", together with "Oppenheimer", is also competing for a new award for blockbuster films, and the unexpected alliance of the two films (better known as Barbenheimer ) has, let's recall, dramatically raised the summer box-office earnings in 2023.

"Oppenheimer" was nominated in prestigious categories, such as those for best actor Cillian Murphy, supporting actress Emily Blunt, and supporting actor Robert Downey Jr. "Poor Things", a wild fantasy by Yorgos Lanthimos, is doing better than expected, considering that it is tied with "Killers of the Flower Moon".

Emma Stone is nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical for "Poor Things", while Lily Gladstone is nominated in the same category for Drama. Gladstone is competing with Annette Bening from the drama "Nyad", Sandra Hüller from the thriller "Anatomy of a Fall", Greta Lee from "Past Lives" and Cailee Spaeny, who played Priscilla in the film of the same name.

Apart from "Oppenheimer", another work of the British director found its way into mainstream Hollywood circles - "Zone of Interest", Jonathan Glazer's war film, which tells the story of a couple who create an idyllic home - near the gates of Auschwitz, where Rudolf Höss ( Christian Friedel ) was the commander.

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