The biggest Golden Globes snubs for 2019: Ryan Gosling, Ryan Reynolds and ‘Atlanta’
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association showered awards praise on “Vice,” which received six Golden Globe nominations on Thursday. But it was a bad morning for everyone named Ryan (Gosling, Coogler and Reynolds) at the 76th annual awards show, which reveals its winners on Jan. 6 (NBC, 8 p.m. ET/5 PT).
These were the most notable snubs:
Ryan Gosling, Ryan Coogler and Ryan Reynolds. It was a tough year for everyone’s favorite Ryan. Ryan Gosling lost out on a nomination as astronaut Neil Armstrong in “First Man” (also overlooked for best drama). Ryan Coogler was passed over as the director of “Black Panther” (nominated for best drama). And Ryan Reynolds, who earned nominations for best actor and best movie 2016’s “Deadpool,” was shut out for “Deadpool 2.”
“This Is Us.” The NBC drama was completely shut out, including from the best drama category. Previous acting nominees Mandy Moore, Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown (who made history last year as the first African-American to win best actor in a TV drama series) all went missing.
Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan. “Black Panther” cruised into the best drama nomination without lead actor Chadwick Boseman, T’Challa himself, earning a best actor spot. Michael B. Jordan, as villainous Erik Killmonger, was also denied a best supporting actor nomination.
Clint Eastwood. The 88-year-old film legend’s latest drama, “The Mule” – his first lead role since 2012’s “Trouble With the Curve” – was stubbornly denied in all categories, including best actor.
“The Grinch.” The animated film version of the Dr. Seuss classic, with Benedict Cumberbatch voicing the Christmas-hating creep, has been a moviegoing favorite this holiday season. But it missed out on an animated movie nomination.
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