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Globe nominations, Oprah in Australia

2010-12-15 10:08:22 GMT2010-12-15 18:08:22 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

The Golden Globe nominations were announced on Tuesday (December 14) and "The King's Speech" led with seven nods in key categories, including best film drama. It also earned a best actor nod for Colin Firth.

The film will have some stiff competition from "The Fighter," which earned six nominations, including best film and best actor, Mark Wahlberg.

Also receiving six nods was Facebook movie "The Social Network." Those include best film drama and actor for Jesse Eisenberg.

Rounding out the list of five contenders in the best drama category were "Inception" and ballet melodrama "Black Swan," for which Natalie Portman received a best actress nod.

On the TV side, "Glee" dominated nominations with five total, including best in series - which it won last year. The Golden Globes will be handed out on January 16.

Oprah Winfrey began filming new episodes of her show at Sydney's Opera House - which has been dubbed the Sydney "Oprah" House for the occasion. A special stage was erected outside to host her guests, which included Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman - who received a slight injury after zip-lining onto her set and smashing into the stage. The Australia episodes of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" will air in January.

Finally, two more Hollywood romances have flickered out. Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson have reportedly separated, according to online tabloid TMZ. The couple were married in 2008.

And Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens have reportedly called it quits. The pair met on the set of "High School Musical." They've been together for more than 4 years.

(Source, Reuters)

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