Golden Globe Reactions from Clive Owen, Daniel Day-Lewis & More

Golden Globe Reactions from Clive Owen, Daniel Day-Lewis & More

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Daniel Day-Lewis of Lincoln

Here’s a round-up of reactions to today’s Golden Globes nominations. Be sure and read down to Ol Parker’s. That’s my favorite.

Daniel Day-Lewis (Best Actor, Lincoln):I’m very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for so generously acknowledging us in a year of such powerful films and performances.”

Kathleen Kennedy (Producer, Lincoln): “It was a 12- year struggle to get this film made. We are humbled and gratified to receive these nominations and to see how audiences have embraced it. To see this film cross $100 million after we were continually discouraged from making it, is beyond what we could have ever hoped for.”

Matt LeBlanc (Best TV Comedy or Musical, Episodes): “It’s an incredible honor to be nominated again for a show that I am so proud to be a part of. And I am thrilled that the show has been recognized as well, because everyone involved works so hard. Thank you Hollywood Foreign Press.”

Clive Owen (Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TV, Hemingway & Gellhorn): “I’d like to say a big thank you to The Hollywood Foreign Press. I am really thrilled as this recognition is for a piece of work I’m very proud of and had such a good time on.”

Mark Andrews (Best Animated Feature Film, Brave): “The adventure of ‘Brave’ began in Scotland, where the mystery and majesty of the land fueled our imaginations. From haggis to highland games, creating this film truly changed our fate. On behalf of everyone at Pixar, we would like to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press for the incredible honor of this nomination.”

Rich Moore (Best Animated Feature Film, Wreck-It Ralph): “‘Wreck-It Ralph’ was a labor of love for our entire team at Walt Disney Animation. We are so proud of the hard work that went into making this film, and to see it be recognized with a nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is truly an honor for all of us.”

Tim Burton (Best Animated Feature Film, Frankenweenie): “I’m thrilled to be recognized by the HFPA. Frankenweenie is a very personal project for me, and the nomination goes as much to the animators who labored frame by frame to bring this film to life.”

Kathryn Bigelow (Best Director; Best Picture – Drama, Zero Dark Thirty): “It’s an honor, sincerely, and very humbling to be singled out this way by the HFPA. We’re grateful, and encouraged by their support, especially since our film has such a diverse, international cast, and as the HFPA represent so many countries across the globe. And a big congratulations to the amazing Jessica Chastain and my producing partner and screenwriter Mark Boal.”

Mark Boal (Best Original Screenplay; Best Picture – Drama, Zero Dark Thirty): “We’re very grateful to the HFPA. It means so much to us that press representatives from around the world have reacted with such praise. It’s especially flattering as we’ve seen the film from the beginning as a global story, one that involved and impacted much of the world. Congratulations to Kathryn Bigelow and Jessica Chastain on nominations much deserved.”

Jessica Lange (Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TV, American Horror Story: Asylum): “It is an honor to be nominated for ‘American Horror Story: Asylum.’ Ryan Murphy has again created a challenging character for me to play, and it is a privilege to work with such a talented group of actors on this one-of-a kind show. Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press for this nomination.”

Sigourney Weaver (Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TV, A Political Animals): “What a great day for all of us on ‘Political Animals’! My heartfelt thanks to all the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for this significant recognition of everyone’s work. I am especially delighted for Greg Berlanti and USA. I am blown away personally to be nominated for my work as the beguiling and indomitable Elaine Barish Hammond. Hooray and thank you so much!”

Judi Dench (Best Actress: Comedy or Musical, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel): “This is lovely news … Having had such a glorious time in India, I’m so happy for John Madden and Graham Broadbent and delighted to be included in such a wonderful group of fellow actors.”

Graham Broadbent (Best Picture: Comedy or Musical, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel): “Marigold seems to be turning in to the ‘little film that could’. We’ve had a wonderful ride – it’s been hugely enjoyed by audiences around the world, and that’s really enough for any filmmaker. We couldn’t be happier that the HFPA and SAG are remembering our film, all our cast, and particularly our two ‘international treasures’ Dames Judi and Maggie. Ol Parker’s script and John Madden’s vision made an experience in the cinemas that was both emotional, transforming and very funny, and reminded audiences of an important universal message, ‘there’s more life to live’ – whatever your age. We are so pleased with our passionate partners at Fox Searchlight and Participant for the care they’ve given our film.”

Ol Parker (Best Picture: Comedy or Musical, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel): It’s obviously an honour that the film was nominated, but it’s even better that Judi got nominated.  I like my kneecaps where they are.” 

John Hawkes (Best Actor: Drama, The Sessions): I’m so honored by these nominations and excited that the film is receiving this recognition.” 

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