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"Chicago" and "The Hours" Lead Golden Globes Pack

"Chicago" and "The Hours" Lead Golden Globes Pack

by Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE









Rob Marshall's "Chicago," which leads the Golden Globes nominations.

Photo by David James/© 2002 Miramax

The Miramax musical "Chicago" and the Miramax/Paramount drama
"The Hours"
topped the annual Golden Globe Award nominations. The Hollywood
Foreign
Press Association
announced the nominations for the 2003 Golden Globes
yesterday in Los Angeles.

Nominated for best motion picture drama are "About Schmidt" from
New
Line
, "Gangs of New York" from Miramax, "The Hours" from
Miramax/Paramount,
"Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" from New Line, and "The
Pianist"
from
Focus. In the best motion picture - musical or comedy category,
the nominees are "About a Boy" from Universal,
"Chicago" from Miramax,
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding" from IFC and "Nicholas
Nickleby"
from United
Artists.

In the best foreign-language film category, the nominees are "Balzac
and the Little Chinese"
from France, "City of God" from Brazil
(Miramax), "The Crime of Father Amaro" from Mexico (Samuel
Goldwyn
),
"Hero" from China (Miramax), "Nowhere in Africa" from Germany
(Zeitgeist), and "Talk to Her" from Spain (Sony Pictures
Classics).

Nominated for best director this year are Stephen Daldry for "The
Hours,"
Peter Jackson for "The Lord of the Rings: The Two
Towers,"
Spike Jonze for "Adaptation," Rob Marshall for
"Chicago," Alexander
Payne
for "About Schmidt," and Martin Scorsese for "Gangs of New
York."
While in the screenwriting category the nominees are Bill Condon for
"Chicago," David Hare for "The Hours," Todd Haynes for "Far
From
Heaven,"
Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman for
"Adaptation," and
Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor for "About Schmidt."

The prizes will be presented in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 19. [Eugene
Hernandez]

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