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'La La Land' leads Golden Globes nominations

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This image released by Lionsgate shows Ryan Gosling, right, and Emma Stone in a scene from, "La La Land." The film was nominated for a Golden Globe award for best motion picture musical or comedy. Picture: Dale Robinette/Lionsgate via AP
'La La Land' leads the Golden Globes nominations with seven nods.
The musical movie – which won eight prizes at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night – will go up against '20th Century Women', 'Deadpool', 'Florence Foster Jenkins' and 'Sing Street' in the Best Musical or Comedy Motion Picture category.
Leading lady Emma Stone is up for Best Actress in the same category,
but faces stiff competition from the likes of Annette Bening, Lily Collins, Hailee Steinfeld and Meryl Streep.
Emma's 'La La Land' co-star Ryan Gosling will face off against Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Jonah Hill and Ryan Reynolds for the Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy gong.
Damien Chazelle has also received a nod for Best Director for the movie – which tells the story of a jazz pianist falling for an aspiring actress in LA – and the film's 'City Of Stars' soundtrack tune is up for Best Original Song, while the musical movie is also fittingly up for Best Original Score.
'Moonlight' will do battle with 'La La Land' in the Score and Screenplay categories and is closely behind in the list of nominations with six nods.
The coming-of-age movie – which stars Naomie Harris and Mahershala Ali
- is also up for the coveted Best Drama Motion Picture award alongside
'Hacksaw Ridge', 'Hell Or High Water', 'Lion' and 'Manchester By The Sea'.
TV series 'The Night Manager' received nods for Best Limited Series,
as well as Best Actor and Best Actress in a Limited Series for Tom Hiddleston and Olivia Colman respectively, while the show's villain Hugh Laurie is up for Best Supporting Actor.
Hiddleston will go up against 'The Night Of' pair Riz Ahmed and John Turturro as well as Bryan Cranston ('All The Way'), and Courtney B Vance ('The People Vs OJ').
Popular HBO drama 'Game of Thrones' is also up for two nods – Best Drama TV series, where it will face off against 'The Crown', 'Stranger Things', 'This Is Us' and 'Westworld', and Best Supporting Actress for Lena Heady, who plays Cersei Lannister.
'Kubo and the Two Strings', 'Moana', 'My Life as a Zucchini', 'Sing'
and 'Zootopia' are on course for the Best Animated Motion Picture prize after receiving nods in the category.
'Moana' and 'Sing' will also do battle in the Best Original Song category for their respective songs 'How Far I'll Go' and 'Faith'.
The nominations were announced on NBC's 'Today' show live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, where the awards will be handed out at the ceremony hosted by Jimmy Fallon, on January 8, 2017.

Golden Globes 2017, full list of nominations:

Best Motion Picture – Animated:
'Kubo and the Two Strings'
'Moana'
'My Life as a Zucchini'
'Sing'
'Zootopia'

Best Actor in a Limited Series:
Riz Ahmed, 'The Night Of'
Bryan Cranston, 'All the Way'
Tom Hiddleston, 'The Night Manager'
John Turturro, 'The Night Of'
Courtney B. Vance, 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'

Best Original Score:
'Moonlight'
'La La Land'
'Arrival'
'Lion'
'Hidden Figures'

Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical:
'Atlanta'
'Black-ish'
'Mozart in the Jungle'
'Transparent'
'Veep'

Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language:
'Divines', France
'Elle', France
'Neruda', Chile
'The Salesman', Iran/France
'Toni Erdmann', Germany

Best Supporting Actress, TV:
Olivia Colman, 'The Night Manager'
Lena Heady, 'Game of Thrones'
Chrissy Metz, 'This Is Us'
Mandy Moore, 'This Is Us'
Thandie Newton, 'Westworld'

Best Actress in a TV Musical/Comedy:

Rachel Bloom, 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 'Veep'
Sarah Jessica Parker, 'The Divorce'
Issa Rae, 'Insecure'
Gina Rodriguez, 'Jane the Virgin'
Tracee Ellis Ross, 'Black-ish'

Best Actress in a Limited Series/TV Movie:
Felicity Huffman, 'American Crime'
Riley Keough, 'The Girlfriend Experience'
Sarah Paulson, 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'
Charlotte Rampling, 'London Spy'
Kerry Washington, 'Confirmation'

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role – Motion Picture:

Mahershala Ali, 'Moonlight'
Jeff Bridges, 'Hell or High Water'
Simon Helberg, 'Florence Foster Jenkins'
Dev Patel, 'Lion'
Aaron Taylor Johnson, 'Nocturnal Animals'

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture:

Damien Chazelle, 'La La Land'
Tom Ford, 'Nocturnal Animals'
Barry Jenkins, 'Moonlight'
Kenneth Lonergan, 'Manchester by the Sea'
Taylor Sheridan, 'Hell or High Water'

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television:
'American Crime'
'The Dresser'
'The Night Manager'
'The Night Of'
'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'

Best Original Song – Motion Picture:
'Can't Stop the Feeling', 'Trolls'
'City of Stars', 'La La Land'
'Faith', 'Sing'
'Gold', 'Gold'
'How Far I'll Go', 'Moana'

Best TV Series, Drama:
'The Crown', Netflix
'Game of Thrones', HBO
'Stranger Things', Netflix
'This Is Us', NBC
'Westworld', HBO

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy:
'20th Century Women'
'Deadpool'
'Florence Foster Jenkins'
'La La Land'
'Sing Street'

Best Motion Picture – Drama:
'Hacksaw Ridge'
'Hell or High Water'
'Lion'
'Manchester by the Sea'
'Moonlight'

Best Supporting Actor – Series, TV Movie or Miniseries:
Sterling K. Brown, 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'
Hugh Laurie, 'The Night Manager'
John Lithgow, 'The Crown'
Christian Slater, 'Mr. Robot'
John Travolta, 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'

Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama:
Rami Malek, 'Mr. Robot'
Bob Odenkirk, 'Better Call Saul'
Matthew Rhys, 'The Americans'
Live Schreiber, 'Ray Donovan'
Billy Bob Thornton, 'Goliath'

Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama:
Caitriona Balfe, 'Outlander'
Claire Foy, 'The Crown'
Keri Russell, 'The Americans'
Evan Rachel Wood, 'Westworld'
Winona Ryder, 'Stranger Things'

Best Director – Motion Picture:
Damien Chazelle, 'La La Land'
Tom Ford, 'Nocturnal Animals'
Mel Gibson, 'Hacksaw Ridge'
Barry Jenkins, 'Moonlight'
Kenneth Lonergan, 'Manchester by the Sea'

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy:
Annette Bening, '20th Century Women'
Lily Collins, 'Rules Don't Apply'
Hailee Steinfeld, 'The Edge of Seventeen'
Emma Stone, 'La La Land'
Meryl Streep, 'Florence Foster Jenkins'

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama:
Amy Adams, 'Arrival'
Jessica Chastain, 'Miss Sloane'
Ruth Negga, 'Loving'
Natalie Portman, 'Jackie'
Isabelle Huppert, 'Elle'

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama:

Casey Affleck, 'Manchester by the Sea'
Joel Edgerton, 'Loving'
Andrew Garfield, 'Hacksaw Ridge'
Viggo Mortensen, 'Captain Fantastic'
Denzel Washington, 'Fences'

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy:
Anthony Anderson, 'Black-ish'
Gael Garcia Bernal, 'Mozart in the Jungle'
Donald Glover, 'Atlanta'
Nick Nolte, 'Graves'
Jeffrey Tambor, 'Transparent'

Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama:
Caitriona Balfe, 'Outlander'
Claire Foy, 'The Crown'
Keri Russell, 'The Americans'
Winona Ryder, 'Stranger Things'
Evan Rachel Wood, 'Westworld'

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture:
Viola Davis, 'Fences'
Naomie Harris, 'Moonlight'
Nicole Kidman, 'Lion'
Octavia Spencer, 'Hidden Figures'
Michelle Williams, 'Manchester by the Sea'

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy:

Colin Farrell, 'The Lobster'
Ryan Gosling, 'La La Land'
Hugh Grant, 'Florence Foster Jenkins'
Jonah Hill, 'War Dogs'
Ryan Reynolds, 'Deadpool'
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