“The Artist” Tops Golden Globe Nominations.

The French silent film got six nods at the annual prelude to the Oscars.

The Guardian reports:

The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius’s largely silent black-and-white homage to Hollywood’s golden era, has swept the board at the Golden Globe nominations, picking up nods in all major categories.

The Help, a civil rights era drama came in joint second with five nominations, equalling The Descendants, Alexander Payne’s Hawaii drama starrring George Clooney.

 My Week with Marilyn picked up three nominations, likewise Albert Nobbs and Hugo,Martin Scorsese‘s first foray into family films – and into 3D – which had been tipped to fare better.”

Read the full story here.

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