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The Walt Disney Company Earns 27 Golden Globe Award Nominations

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The Walt Disney Company received an impressive 27 nominations for the 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards, solidifying its presence as a major force in the entertainment industry. The nominations span across various content brands and studios under the Disney umbrella, including:

  • Disney Television Studios: 20th Television, FX, FX Productions, Hulu Originals
  • Film Studios: Marvel Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Searchlight Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Walt Disney Studios

Searchlight Pictures led the way with eight nominations, including Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for “Poor Things.” The film also received nominations for Best Director, Motion Picture for Yorgos Lanthimos, Best Screenplay, Motion Picture for Tony McNamara, and Best Original Score for Jerskin Fendrix. Additionally, three of its actors received nominations: Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, and Mark Ruffalo.

Here’s a breakdown of the nominations across other Disney entities:

  • 20th Television: 2 nominations for “The Bear”
  • FX: 2 nominations for “The Bear”
  • FX Productions: 2 nominations for “The Bear”
  • Hulu Originals: 3 nominations for “The Handmaid’s Tale”, 1 nomination for “Only Murders in the Building”
  • Marvel Studios: 3 nominations for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”, 1 nomination for “Ms. Marvel”
  • Pixar Animation Studios: 2 nominations for “Turning Red”
  • Walt Disney Animation Studios: 2 nominations for “Strange World”
  • Walt Disney Studios: 1 nomination for “Amsterdam”

Overall, Disney received nominations across 17 different projects, showcasing the diversity and quality of its content. This impressive haul further cements the company’s position at the forefront of entertainment and storytelling.

Here are some additional details about the nominations:

  • “The Bear” received five nominations in total, including Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy, Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy for Ayo Edebiri, Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy for Jeremy Allen White, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role on Television for Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role on Television for Abby Elliott.
  • “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” received three nominations, including Best Motion Picture, Drama, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for Letitia Wright, and Best Original Score for Ludwig Göransson.
  • “Turning Red” received two nominations, including Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Song for “Nobody Like U.”
  • “Strange World” received two nominations, including Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Score for Henry Jackman.

The 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards will be held on January 7, 2024. It will be exciting to see how many awards Disney takes home, further solidifying its position as a leader in the entertainment industry.

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