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‘Atonement’ Tops Golden Globe Nominations

Drama Scores Nods For Best Picture, Knightley

The Keira Knightley drama “Atonement” led the nominations for the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards on Thursday, with nods for Best Picture, Best Actress for Knightley and Best Actor for James McAvoy.

Also up for Best Motion Picture Drama are “American Gangster,” “Eastern Promises,” “The Great Debaters,” “Michael Clayton,” “No Country For Old Men” and “There Will Be Blood.”

Competing for the Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Globe are “Across the Universe,” “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “Hairspray,” “Juno” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” John Travolta, Julia Roberts, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Cate Blanchett were among the early nominees revealed.

Travolta was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his gender-bending turn as Edna Turnblad in the movie musical “Hairspray.” Also up in the category are Hoffman for “Charlie Wilson’s War,” Javier Bardem for “No Country For Old Men,” Casey Affleck for “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” and Tom Wilkenson for “Michael Clayton.”

“Michael Clayton” also earned a Best Supporting Actress nod for Tilda Swinton. She’ll be taking on Roberts for “Charlie Wilson’s War,” Blanchett for “I’m Not There,” Amy Ryan for “Gone Baby Gone” and Saoirse Ronan for “Atonement.”

Joining Burton in the Best Director race are Ethan Coen and Joel Coen for “No Country for Old Men,” Julian Schnabel for “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,” Ridley Scott for “American Gangster” and Joe Wright for “Atonement.”

The Golden Globe nominations somewhat fell in line with previous honors and nominations unveiled by critic groups in the past week. The National Board of Motion Pictures, which was first out of the gate last week with its annual honors, named “No Country For Old Men” as the Best Picture of 2007 while Burton scored Best Director honors for “Sweeney Todd.” “Old Men” also earned top honors from the New York Film Critics Circle, while the Los Angeles Film Critics Association went with “There Will Be Blood” for its top choice.

Virtually shut out of the Golden Globe nominations was Sean Penn’s adventure drama “Into the Wild.” The film earned a leading seven nominations for Broadcast Film Critics Association Critics’ Choice Awards, but only yielded a nomination for a Best Song Golden Globe.

Two first-year shows — “Pushing Daises” and “Californication” — managed to pop up in the Globes’ television nominations. Also vying for the top comedy trophy are “30 Rock,” “Entourage” and “Extras.”

Up for the Best Television Drama Globe are “Big Love,” “Damages,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “House,” “Mad Men,” and “The Tudors.”

“Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere, actor Ryan Reynolds and Golden Globe Award-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino announced the nominations for 14 categories in film and 11 categories for television. The HFPA previously announced that legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg would be this year’s recipient of the Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.

The Golden Globes will be handed out Jan. 13 in Los Angeles.

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