The 71st Annual Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning. Congratulations to all of the nominees! 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle dominated the nominations with seven each, including nods for Best Picture and Best Director. We'll continue to track the nominees to get ready for the broadcast on January 12, but today we're going back ten years to 2003.
It was the 60th Annual Golden Globes and Chicago was all the rage. Nominated for eight Globes, Chicago took home three.
Richard Gere won Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical.
Rene Zellweger won Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
It also won Best Film for a Comedy or Musical.
Other nominees: Catherine Zeta-Jones for Best Actress, Rob Marshall for Best Director, Bill Condon for Best Screenplay, Queen Latifah for Best Supporting Actress and John C. Reilly for Best Supporting Actor.
But Chicago wasn't the only Miramax film getting all of the attention. The Hours was nomintated for seven Globes, winning for Best Actress in a Drama - Nicole Kidman as Virgina Woolf and Best Film - Drama.
Other nominees: Meryl Street for Best Supporting Actress, Stephen Daldry for Best Director, David Hare for Best Screenplay, Ed Harris for Best Supporting Actor and Philip Glass for Best Original Score.
Gangs of New York was nominated for five Globes, including Best Picture - Drama. Martin Scorsese won for Best Director and Best Original Song - U2's "The Hands That Built America".
Other nominees: Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor, Cameron Diaz for Best Supporting Actress.
And don't forget Frida. Salma Hayek was nominated for Best Actress and Elliot Goldenthal won for Best Original Score.
Last but certainly not least, City of God was nominated for Best Foreign Film.
So there's your Miramax Thursday Throwback on this Golden Globe nomination day!