The Latest: Movie Stars Fare Well In Globes TV Nominations

Kevin Costner proved he was still a stud on the Paramount Network’s summer hit “Yellowstone,” so expect to hear his name called on Thursday morning. John Krasinski had a hit movie with “A Quiet Place,” so if the voters can’t award him for that in the crowded best director category, they can give him an acting nomination for playing Jack Ryan on Amazon. “This Is Us” stars Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia may receive some love here, or the voters may make room for Stephan James in “Homecoming” (since they won’t be able to nominate him in the film categories for his work in “If Beale Street Could Talk,” opening Dec. 14 in New York) and Billy Porter, so outrageous, touching and true on Ryan Murphy’s “Pose.”

The actress category will be a showdown between Sandra Oh, the star of “Killing Eve,” and yesteryear cinema star Roberts. Oh will have her own competition from her “Eve” co-star Jodie Comer, who is not only a scene stealer par excellence but also British — and remember, they love their Brits over at the Golden Globes. Elisabeth Moss will pick up a nomination for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but as the Emmys revealed, there is no heat on this show anymore due to a lackluster second season. Acclaim, it’s a fickle thing. If the Emmys forgot about “The Americans,” except for Matthew Rhys, you can expect the HFPA to forget to nominate Keri Russell.

Source : https://nypost.com/2018/12/03/golden-globe-nominations-star-power-stems-from-tv-streaming/

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