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Olivia Colman, Claire Foy and Emily Blunt are just three of the British talents who received Golden Globe nominations on Thursday.
Brits swept the board as the nods were announced in Los Angeles, with nominations for big screen features such as The Favourite and small screen triumphs including the Hugh Grant-starring A Very English Scandal and Killing Eve.
Period - Comedy - Favourite - Front - Runners
Historical period comedy The Favourite is one of the front runners at this year's awards, with the British flick receiving five different nominations, tying it with A Star Is Born and Green Book, whilst Vice takes the lead with six separate nods.
The Favourite's Olivia Colman will go head to head with Mary Poppins Returns lead Emily Blunt for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy while Claire Foy has received a Supporting Actress nomination for First Man, after her win last year for The Crown.
Olivia - Emily - Constance - Wu - Smash
Olivia and Emily will compete against Constance Wu for the smash hit Crazy Rich Asians, Charlize Theron in Tully and Elsie Fisher in Eighth Grade.
The nomination marks Olivia's first Golden Globe film, nod having scooped a gong in 2017 for TV drama The Night Manager. The Favourite, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, sees the acclaimed Brit take on the role of Queen Anne.
Favourite - Mary - Poppins - Returns - Best
The Favourite and Mary Poppins Returns are also both up for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. They will take on Crazy Rich Asians, Green Book and Vice as they hope to scoop the prize.
Adding to it's impressive list of nods, The Favourite will also compete for Best Screenplay in a Motion Picture, up against Roma, If Beale Street Could Talk, Vice and Green Book.
Rachel - Wesiz - Duchess - Marlborough - Comedy
Rachel Wesiz, who stars as the Duchess of Marlborough in the comedy, is up for Best Supporting Actress, taking on fellow Brit...
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