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The nominations for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced this morning at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. On the film side, Todd Haynes‘ Carol leads with five nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress nominations for both its leading ladies, followed by Steve Jobs, The Revenant, and The Big Short with four each.
The Hollywood blacklist drama Trumbo earned three SAG nominations, leading the pack in the film categories including a lead acting nomination for Bryan Cranston and another for ensemble. Kinda surprised to see Trumbo in there.
All three new titles tanked at the box-office for the frighteningly slow Halloween weekend, but the irony is that Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, bombed the hardest. 20th Century Fox’s space drama The Martian was No. 1 again in its fifth week of release.
The four new wide releases bombed — including Rock the Kasbah and Jem and the Holograms — and Danny Boyle‘s critical darling Steve Jobs also fell flat when expanding nationwide. Ouch!
I’m surprised The Martian is back on top in its fourth weekend after loosing to Goosebumps, but it narrowly beated Sony’s family entry with $15.9 million, down just 25% from its previous weekend.
Sony Pictures‘ big screen version of R.L. Stine’s children’s book series Goosebumps, starring Jack Black, earned $23.5 million across the weekend and managed to beat Ridley Scott’s blockbuster The Martian in its third weekend.
Sony’s second PG-rated Halloween movie to debut at No. 1 this year earned an A CinemaScore.
Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as high-wire artist Philippe Petit, also finds itself in a tough balancing act on Columbus Day weekend.
Joe Wright‘s big-budget Pan, starring Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and Levi Miller, was all wrong in the Warner Bros.’ defense.
Following the film’s debut at this year’s Telluride Film Festival, Universal Pictures has released a new Steve Jobs trailer, ahead of its upcoming premiere at the New York Film Festival.
Michael Fassbender plays the tech giant behind the big Apple and looks like a mad German scientist from the WWII era. Lol.