For some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, Christmas arrived early.

The few A-list performers who received nominations for the Golden Globes on Monday are Cate Blanchett (“Tár”), Daniel Craig (“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”), and Margot Robbie (“Babylon”).

After being put on hold in 2022 due to diversity and ethical concerns, the contentious awards ceremony is attempting to return with a broadcast event. On January 10 at 8 p.m. EST (5 a.m. PST), the Globes will be live on NBC and Peacock with host Jerrod Carmichael.

The following are the top films, television shows, and performances that the Globes overlooked:

Tom Cruise

With the eagerly anticipated sequel “Top Gun: Maverick,” which the National Board of Review named the greatest movie of 2022 last week, Cruise has the highest earning film of the year. Nevertheless, Cruise was oddly overlooked for best actor while receiving a best picture nomination from the Globes for “Top Gun.”

Will Smith

Will Smith was not nominated for “Emancipation” at the Globes.
Smith’s apology tour for the Oscars is in full swing, and the A-lister is out and around promoting his just released film “Emancipation,” which is about an enslaved man’s dramatic escape. Smith was conspicuously absent from Monday’s Globe nominations for best actor, suggesting that Hollywood may not be ready to forget the star’s slap on Chris Rock just yet.

Jennifer Lawrence

The Globes passed over Jennifer Lawrence’s veteran drama “Causeway.”
After getting married and having a child, the three-time Globes winner has gradually reentered the public eye. With the quiet veteran drama “Causeway,” she has returned to her indie roots. However, the Apple TV+ movie might have been too subdued for voters who slept on nominating Lawrence for best actress.

‘Ticket to Paradise’

“Ticket to Paradise,” starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney, brought back the studio rom-com and brought in close to $170 million at the international box office this fall. The Hollywood megastars, however, did not benefit from ticket sales because neither of them received Globe nominations for comic acting. However, Roberts did manage to receive one nomination for “Gaslit,” a Starz thriller, for best actress in a limited series.

Adam Sandler

In addition to winning over the Gotham Awards with his funny tribute speech and reuniting with his former co-star Brendan Fraser for Variety’s Actors on Actors chat series, Sandler has been hard at work promoting his Netflix basketball drama “Hustle.” But the comedian will have to skip another another Golden Globes, where he was previously recognized for “Punch-Drunk Love” over twenty years ago.

Tom Hanks

For his spectacular performance as Col. Tom Parker in “Elvis,” Tom Hanks was unable to secure a best supporting actor Globe nomination. Both Baz Luhrmann’s flashy “Elvis” and the upcoming dramedy “A Man Called Otto” are in the running for awards this season. The actor has been nominated for the Globes ten times and has won four times (in select theaters Dec. 30). However, Hanks was passed over for both movies, despite “Elvis” earning nods for best picture, director, and actor (Austin Butler).

Keke Palmer

Palmer, who made her pregnancy announcement earlier this month while hosting “Saturday Night Live,” is enjoying the best December of anyone. She was not included in the Globes nominees after winning best supporting actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards for Jordan Peele’s “Nope.”

Women directors

The Globes have long faced criticism for having no female directors nominated for best director, with Natalie Portman famously criticizing the “all-male candidates” at the 2018 ceremony. Filmmakers like Sarah Polley (“Women Talking”), Gina Prince-Bythewood (“The Woman King”), and Maria Schrader (“She Said”) were noticeably absent from this year’s exclusively male category after securing Globe director nominations for “The Power of the Dog” and “The Lost Daughter” respectively last year.


The single Golden Globe nomination for “Yellowstone” this year was given to Kevin Costner.
Since its release in 2018, the Western blockbuster “Yellowstone” from Paramount has only received one Emmy nomination for best production design. The omissions persisted in the nominations for the 2019 Golden Globes, where Kevin Costner received the show’s lone nod for best drama actor.


The HBO series “Barry,” which tells the tale of a hitman-turned-aspiring actor, has twice been nominated for the Globes’ best comedy or musical prize (“Saturday Night Live” veteran Bill Hader). The Globes’ top TV category omitted the third season of the sitcom, although Hader and co-star Henry Winkler received acting nominations nonetheless.

Michael Shannon

TORONTO, ON – SEPTEMBER 12: Michael Shannon attends the “What They Had” premiere during 2018 Toronto International Film Festival at Roy Thomson Hall on September 12, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images for TIFF)

Because of her portrayal of country singer Tammy Wynette in the Showtime miniseries “George & Tammy,” Jessica Chastain received her ninth nomination for a Golden Globe on Monday. However, Wynette’s third husband George Jones co-star Michael Shannon was not nominated for best actor in a limited series.


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