Golden Globes nominations were announced Thursday and TheWrap‘s TV editor Jethro Nededog joined “What’s the Deal?” host Jeff Sneider to discuss the morning’s biggest snubs and surprises.
In Part 1 of their conversation, the reporters discussed all of the hits and misses on the television side. But, there was an equal amount of intrigue surrounding the big screen nominations.
Sneider said the movies to watch were two of the year’s experimental films, Richard Linklater‘s “Boyhood” and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Birdman.” He also said some were shocked Christopher Nolan‘s space-epic “Interstellar” and Angelina Jolie‘s historical drama “Unbroken” didn’t score a nomination.
But the biggest snub, in his estimation, was in the director category: “I know people have been talking about Angelina Jolie, Clint Eastwood and Chris Nolan — but where’s
On the acting front, neither Sneider nor Nededog had any answer for why “Annie’s” young star Quvenzhané Wallis scored a nomination.
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