Behind The Candelabra Leads Golden Globes' TV Awards With 4 Noms
BY Advocate Contributors
December 12 2013 2:11 PM ET
On Thursday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards. HBO's Behind The Candelabra leads the TV categories with four nominations, including Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made For Television. The other three noms went to Michael Douglas, Matt Damon and Rob Lowe. (We assume Lowe's nom was purely for that fabulous hair.)
Meanwhile, American Hustle and 12 Years a Slave lead the film side with seven noms each in most of the major categories. Dallas Buyers Club picked up two for Matthew McConaughey (Leading Actor - Drama) and Jared Leto (Supporting Actor - Drama). The controversial lesbian film, Blue Is The Warmest Color, is in the running for Best Foreign Language Film.
Noticeably absent from the list is Lee Daniels' The Butler. Despite being a leading Oscar contender and picking up seven SAG nominations, the movie was completely shut out.
The awards season continues to be a good year for queer entertainment. The Globes, in addition to the Emmys, People's Choice Awards and SAG, continue to recognize queer entertainers (and storytelling) both on the big and small screen.
Check out a complete list of Golden Globe nominations here. The winners will be announced on January 12.
- Arrow and The Flash Stars: It's Time for a Gay Superhero on TV
- Op-ed: 'Religious Discrimination' Laws Have Nothing to Do With Religion
- Subaru Comes Out Against Indiana's 'License to Discriminate'
- Indiana Newspaper Sends Big Message
- WATCH: Seth Meyers Takes Down Indiana's New Antigay Legislation
- Indiana Copycat Bill Sent to Arkansas Governor; Will He Sign?