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Golden Globes: Sony leads with 22 noms, Weinstein second with 12

December 15, 2011 |  7:12 am

Sony had the most nominations at the Golden Globes
After being snubbed by the SAG Awards this week, "The Ides of March" picked up four Golden Globe nominations Thursday morning, helping Sony Pictures collect more nods than any other studio.

Including nominations for movies from its specialty label, Sony Pictures Classics, the studio collected a total of 22 honors. The George Clooney-directed political drama "Ides," the Brad Pitt baseball film "Moneyball" and Woody Allen's nostalgic "Midnight in Paris" all garnered four nominations each.

Meanwhile, it was another good morning for Harvey Weinstein, whose independent studio received 12 nominations. Leading the pack was the silent film "The Artist" with six nods, while the Marilyn Monroe film "My Week With Marilyn" earned three. Films from the Weinstein Co. were also beloved by SAG voters, who bestowed six nominations — the most of any studio — upon the studio on Wednesday.

DreamWorks has a total of seven nominees, mostly for "The Help," while Fox Searchlight had six, mostly for the family drama "The Descendants."


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Golden Globes: 6 nods for 'Artist'; 5 for 'Help,' 'Descendants'

— Amy Kaufman


Photo: Ryan Gosling stars in "The Ides of March." Credit: Sony Pictures

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