The Movie Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globes


Call Me By Your Name”: While this awards-season darling collected three nominations – for best drama, best actor in a drama and best supporting actor – neither its director, Luca Guadagnino, nor its screenwriter, James Ivory, received nominations for their work.

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“Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot, right, and Chris Pine, was left out of the nominations.

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“Wonder Woman”: Though somewhat of a longer shot, this rousing crowd pleaser and box office smash directed by Patty Jenkins was left empty-handed.

Tiffany Haddish: This was a breakthrough year for Ms. Haddish, who gave a standout performance in the buddy-flick “Girls Trip,” stealing scenes from her co-stars, Regina Hall, Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. Her performance won her an award from the New York Film Critics Circle, but failed to land a Golden Globe acknowledgment.

Jake Gyllenhaal: The actor gave a raw, honest performance as a double amputee and survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing in “Stronger,” but he was also shut out of the nominations.

Surprises

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Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg in “All the Money in the World.” The drama landed a surprising three nominations, including one for Ms. Williams.

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“All the Money in the World”: After allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced against Kevin Spacey, who had a supporting role as J. Paul Getty in this drama, the director Ridley Scott hastily deleted Mr. Spacey’s scenes and reshot them with Christopher Plummer. Hollywood Foreign Press Association members reportedly saw the film only last week, yet evidently were impressed enough to give it three nominations; for best director, best supporting actor, for Mr. Plummer, and best actress in a drama (Michelle Williams).

“The Greatest Showman”: This film, starring Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum, has a release date of Dec. 20 and has yet to generate much awards buzz, but secured three nominations nonetheless.

Helen Mirren: Critics did not love “The Leisure Seeker,” about an elderly couple (Ms. Mirren and Donald Sutherland) who take a road trip, but Ms. Mirren’s performance won her a nomination for best actress in a comedy or musical nonetheless. (It opens in theaters in January.)

“The Lego Batman Movie”: Set in the Lego universe, the film earned some critical acclaim and was a box office hit, but was left out, while the Alec Baldwin-voiced “The Boss Baby” made it in.

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