The Golden Globes nominations, hot on the heels of the Screen Actors Guild nominations, are set to take place Thursday morning at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Will the Globe nominations be a replay of Wednesday's nods, which saw Steven Spielberg’s historical biography “Lincoln,” the musical epic “Les Miserables” and the quirky romantic comedy “Silver Linings Playbook” dominate the SAGs? Will "Zero Dark Thirty" get one after failing to grab an ensemble cast nom at the SAGs? And what possbily star-driven pick will the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. make this time around?
Regardless, the Globes nominate films in both dramatic and comedy/musical categories, which means more nominees and more room for lighter fare such as “Ted,” “Bernie,” “Moonrise Kingdom” and “This Is 40.”
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. figures to start the nominations about 5:20 a.m. Pacific time. Jessica Alba, Megan Fox and Ed Helms will be the celebrity presenters. And when they're done, we probably will have a clearer picture of how the Academy Award nominations will play out Jan. 10.