Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and Lenny Kravitz nominated for the 2024 Golden Globes

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Barbie, Oppenheimer and Taylor Swift: Stellar Nominations for Event of the Year.

This Monday, the wait came to an end with the announcement of the nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes, an event that celebrates talent in the film and television industry in the United States. However, this year, music has taken the stage with force, highlighting names like Dua Lipa, Billie Eilishand Lenny Kravitz.

In the category of Best Original Song, the cinematic phenomenon Barbie dominates with three powerful nominations: “Dance the Night” of Dua Lipa, “I’m Just Ken” of Ryan Goslingand “What Was I Made For?” of Billie Eilish. The competition is fierce, with other talented artists like Jack Black with “Peaches” of the movie The Super Mario Bros. Movie and the legendary Bruce Springsteen with “Addicted To Romance” of She Came To Me.

But the surprises don’t end there. The full list of nominees reveals that Taylor Swift and its spectacular Eras Tour also join the battle, quickly becoming the most successful concert film in history.

Additionally, the film’s original music Killers of the Flower Moon of Martin Scorsesewith the posthumous participation of Robbie Robertsonstands out as a masterpiece nominated for Best Original Music.

The movie Oppenheimer has also made its mark, competing in a new category introduced to recognize cinematic and box office achievements. This thriller, along with other notable ones such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, They promise to make the 81st Golden Globe Awards a memorable evening.

with the movies Barbie and Oppenheimer leading with nine and eight nominations respectively, and the series Succession Topping the television list with nine nominations, the January 7 ceremony in Los Angeles promises to be an epic spectacle celebrating the best of Hollywood film and television.


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