The Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominated the political comedy Vice for more Golden Globes on Thursday than any other film. It earned six nominations, including best comedy or musical, best actor and best director. The film, directed by Adam McKay, takes a humorous look at the life and leadership of America’s former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Critics have praised Christian Bale’s portrayal of Cheney. Some say the actor is unrecognizable in the film.
Other films leading the way are the musical A Star is Born, the historical comedy The Favourite, and the road trip movie, "Green Book." Each received five nominations.
Singer Lady Gaga and actor Bradley Cooper were both nominated in the lead acting categories for A Star is Born. Cooper is also up for best director. And the film earned a nomination for best picture among dramas.
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