December 15th, 2009
11:26 AM ET

'Up in the Air' leads Golden Globe nominations


Despite an industry dominated by young Hollywood, older actresses ruled the Golden Globe nominations on Tuesday morning. But "Up in the Air" was the critical darling with six nominations.

Meryl Streep earned two nominations in the best actress category, one for her portrayal of Julia Child in this summer's hit, "Julie and Julia," and another for her role in the romantic comedy "It's Complicated," in theaters December 25.

Sandra Bullock got two nominations, one for best actress in a comedic motion picture for "The Proposal," and the other for best actress in a dramatic motion picture for her role in the sneak box-office success "The Blind Side."

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  1. Cindy

    I don't watch the Golden Globes or any other celeb love fest like that at all. But I do have to say that they actually got it right this year and nominated some great movies that I really loved! I won't be watching the show still but ya know...LOL


    December 15, 2009 at 11:56 am |