The 2020 Golden Globe nominations are in and we have all the reaction from this year’s nominees.

With the star-studded ceremony set to take place on Sunday, January 5, actors Tim Allen, Dakota Fanning and Susan Kelechi Watson were all on hand to announce the nominees bright and early from the Beverly Hilton hotel Monday morning.

The emotional Netflix drama “Marriage Story” leads the film nominations with six, including Best Picture and Best Screenplay, as well as Best Actor and Actress for Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson respectively. Three television series racked up four nods each, including Netflix favourite “The Crown” and dark horse “Unbelievable”, along with HBO’s “Chernobyl”.

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ET Canada has reached out to the nominees to find out how they’re feeling about the honour:

Scarlett Johansson, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Marriage Story”: “Making Marriage Story with Noah Baumbach and our incredible cast was one of the highlights of my career. This morning’s nomination by the HFPA is a beautiful way to celebrate the work we did together.”

Daniel Craig, Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy nominee for “Knives Out”: “Thank you to the HFPA. What an honour. Congratulations to Ana and to Rian and all of the beautiful Knives Out cast and crew.”

Ana de Armas, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Knives Out”: “I am so overwhelmed and excited to receive my first Golden Globe nomination that I can hardly believe it is true. I am very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for their support and appreciation of Knives Out. Congratulations to Daniel & Rian and the entire cast and crew on the nomination. This role was an absolute dream for me and to be a part of such an enormously talented ensemble is a chance of a lifetime. I will treasure this moment.”

Antonio Banderas, Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Pain And Glory”: “Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for my nomination for best actor. My longtime partnership with Pedro is something I greatly value. I am proud of the work accomplished in Pain And Glory, and appreciate the HFPA acknowledging not only my performance, but the film as a whole. Also, thank you to Sony Pictures Classics for their continued support of the film.”

Charlize Theron, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Bombshell”: “As a producer on Bombshell, I feel extra grateful for my nomination today and also the one for Margot Robbie. We fought to get this movie made because we thought now more than ever this was an important story to tell. Nominations and awards are so exciting, but the most important thing about them is they help get audiences to see the movies. Thank you so much to the Hollywood Foreign Press for paving the way for more people — women and men — to have another reason why they should go see this film. I share this excitement with my incredible producing partners, our director Jay Roach, our screenwriter Charles Randolph and the entire cast and crew on this film.”

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Eddie Murphy, Best Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy nominee for “Dolemite Is My Name”: “I am humbled and honoured that the Hollywood Foreign Press has chosen to recognize Dolemite Is My Name and my performance in the film. This film was sixteen years in the making, and was a true labour of love for everyone involved in its creation. I am beyond grateful that both audiences and critics have embraced it so enthusiastically, and I mean it from the bottom of my heart when I say that everyone who worked on the film shares in these nominations.”

Cynthia Eviro, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Harriet”: “Bringing Harriet Tubman to life for the first time on the big screen has meant the world to me, and to do so with an incredibly talented and diverse group of filmmakers has been an absolute honour. To be nominated for both my performance and the song I had the privilege to co-write for the film is a testament to Harriet’s enduring legacy and a celebration of her incredible story, which is long overdue. I am grateful to the HFPA for this recognition and feel truly blessed and humbled to be included on a list of such incredible artists. To say that this is overwhelming and a dream come true is putting it lightly. I’m excited to attend my first Golden Globe awards, and to share the night with friends and people I love is icing on the cake. This is beyond my wildest dreams.”

Saoirse Ronan, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama nominee for “Little Women”: “Getting to play Jo March, one of the most inspiring characters in literature, still today, has been an honour. I am eternally grateful to Greta Gerwig for her guidance and partnership, and for her fierce perseverance that brought this incredible cast together and created an environment for us to become a real family and tell this very special story. My performance in this film belongs to Greta as much as it does myself and I share this recognition completely with her.”

Emma Thompson, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy nominee for “Late Night”: “I am thrilled beyond measure to have been nominated for one of my favourite roles ever — I owe so much to Nisha Ganatra and EVERYTHING to the one and only Mindy Kaling!”

Beanie Feldstein, Best Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy nominee for “Booksmart”: “What a ridiculously surreal, special morning. Thank you to the HFPA for this beautiful nomination amongst the most extraordinary women. And to get to be there with my partner on this journey — Kaitlyn Dever, my life partner — Ben Platt, and my Lady Bird — Saoirse Ronan, is too much for my heart.”

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Jennifer Lopez, Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture nominee for “Hustlers”: “I could not be more proud to be recognized by the HFPA! Ramona was a complicated character and it was an honour and challenge to bring her to life. Hustlers was a labour of love, sweat and perseverance that was written, directed, produced, edited and starred a group of badass women. I am proud and honoured to represent them and this film.”

Sacha Baron Cohen, Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series nominee for “The Spy”:

Helen Mirren, Best Actress in a Limited Series nominee for “Catherine The Great”: “I’m absolutely thrilled.  I’m sure Catherine herself would have been thrilled.  I hope it encourages more women in life to seek positions of power.”

Kaitlyn Dever, Best Actress in a Limited Series nominee for “Unbelievable”:

Ben Platt, Best Actor in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy nominee for “The Politician”: “I am beyond excited and honored to be nominated for my first ever Golden Globe along with our series! Everyone in our Politician family has worked so hard on our show and done so with such love, so I’m very grateful that the HFPA has recognized us and I’m proud of my extraordinary ensemble. Congratulations to all the other very deserving nominees (especially my best friend Beanie Feldstein)!!”

Helena Bonham Carter, Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series nominee for “The Crown”: “I’m thrilled at the news of the nomination this morning in particular because I tried really hard! I wanted to do full justice to the complexities of this woman. I don’t think life was very easy for her, but it’s certainly fun to pretend to be her!”

Kathy Bates, Best Supporting Actress nominee for “Richard Jewell”: “Thank you HFPA for the recognition, I am so proud of this film and it was an honour to work with Mr. Eastwood on telling this important story along with the incredible Paul, Sam, Olivia, Jon, Nina, Ian and Niko. I hope our film brings justice and peace to Richard and Bobi Jewell in telling their truth and honouring his heroism.”

Annette Bening, Best Supporting Actress nominee for “The Report”: “I feel very fortunate to be part of the team that made The Report. I appreciate that the HFPA has included me in this list of fine actresses.”

Taylor Swift, Best Song nominee for “Beautiful Ghosts” From “Cats”:

Bong Joon Ho, Best Director nominee for “Parasite”: “My WhatsApp is very busy today with the news about Parasite! I am so honoured by the three nominations and thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for recognizing our film. This couldn’t be possible without the excellent work by and wonderful collaboration with my actors, department heads and crew.”

Producer, Writer & Director Rian Johnson, Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy nominee for “Knives Out”: “Our heads are spinning! On behalf of the Knives Out team, huge heartfelt thank you to the HFPA for this recognition and congrats to our amazing Daniel and Ana!”

Composer Daniel Pemberton, Best Original Score nominee for “Motherless Brooklyn”: 

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2020 Golden Globe Nominees Revealed