The Night Manager with Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie has scored four nominations for the Golden Globe Awards last night. The 74th Golden Globes will be hosted by comedian Jimmy Fallon and take place at the Beverly Hilton on January 8, 2017.
The BBC show is nominated for best mini-series or film made for television, while its stars, Tom Hiddleston, Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie, received nods in the acting categories. In 2016. In fact, Tom Hiddleston has made a huge step to the Olymp of the glory, he became a real star.
Hiddleston will compete for best actor in a limited series or film made for television along with fellow Briton Riz Ahmed, who is nominated for his role in The Night Of.
Colman will battle for the award for best supporting actress in a limited series or film made for television with Thandie Newton, who is nominated for Westworld, and Lena Headey from ‘Game Of Thrones.’
Laurie is nominated for best supporting actor and will go head to head with John Lithgow, who is nominated for his portrayal of Sir Winston Churchill in Netflix drama ‘The Crown’. A number of other British stars are nominated for awards.
Hugh Grant is up for best actor in a musical or comedy film for his performance in Florence Foster Jenkins. The British blue-eyed actor has already a statuette, he won a Golden Globe in 1995 for ‘Four Weddings And A Funeral.’
Lily Collins is nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy for her role in Warren Beatty’s ‘Rules Don’t Apply.’ Lily is the daughter of musician Phil Collins.
Charlotte Rampling is nominated for best actress in a limited series or film made for television for her performance in London Spy.
Musical ‘La La Land’, which is being tipped as a favourite for Oscar success, received the most Golden Globe nominations with seven, including nods for stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Natalie Portman, Jessica Chastain, Isabelle Huppert, Ruth Negga will compete for best actress in a film drama.
Mel Gibson will compete for the best director prize with Damien Chazelle for ‘La La Land’, fashion designer-turned-film maker Tom Ford for ‘Nocturnal Animals’, Barry Jenkins for ‘Moonlight’ and Kenneth Lonergan for ‘Manchester By The Sea’.
In the television categories, ‘Veep’ is up for best comedy series, while its star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is up for best actress in a television musical or comedy show.