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H'Wood Reporter: Dramas aplenty vie for Golden Globe attention

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire November 28, 2006 at 4:32AM

With nominations for the Golden Globe Awards just weeks away--announcements are set for the early morning hours of December 14--a clear front-runner has yet to emerge for one of the ceremony's top two prizes, namely the best drama of the year. Unlike the musical/comedy race, in which the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will surely fete Paramount/DreamWorks' big-screen adaptation of the award-winning Broadway production "Dreamgirls," the dramatic categories remain decidedly murky, and almost no one is willing to go on record supporting any particular movie as a lock for a best picture trophy. Stephen Galloway reports.
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With nominations for the Golden Globe Awards just weeks away--announcements are set for the early morning hours of December 14--a clear front-runner has yet to emerge for one of the ceremony's top two prizes, namely the best drama of the year. Unlike the musical/comedy race, in which the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will surely fete Paramount/DreamWorks' big-screen adaptation of the award-winning Broadway production "Dreamgirls," the dramatic categories remain decidedly murky, and almost no one is willing to go on record supporting any particular movie as a lock for a best picture trophy. Stephen Galloway reports.