Golden Globes Snubs And Surprises

INSIDE EDITION was there as the Golden Globes nominations were announced. Snubs and surprises abound.

The Hollywood computer hacking scandal was all the buzz at the Golden Globe nominations, especially Angelina Jolie's movie being totally snubbed.

Variety editor Jenelle Riley commented, "The Unbroken shutout is kind of shocking."

Entertainment journalist Jeanne Wolf said,  "Unbroken is her pet project. She is so emotionally attached to that movie and it was completely shut out."

Actor Jeremy Piven was up super early to announce the nominees, along with Kate Beckinsale and Robin Thicke's estranged wife, actress Paula Patton.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret said to Piven,  "You're a big guy to wake up so early, but it is very exciting though."

Piven responded,  "It is completely exciting, and it's so exciting that you don't sleep."
Birdman, starring Michael Keaton in his big comeback movie, picked up seven nominations, more than any other.

Meryl Streep got her, can you believe it, 29th Golden Globe nomination for playing the witch in the musical Into the Woods.

Jennifer Aniston was nominated for best actress for her decidedly unglamorous role in Cake. She'll  slug it out with Reese Witherspoon who got the nomination for Wild.

Maggie Gyllenhaal got a best actress nom in a TV movie for The Honourable Woman. And her brother, Jake, got a best actor nom for his performance in Nightcrawler.
And Uzo Aduba, Crazy Eyes from Orange Is the New Black, got her first Globe nomination for best supporting actress.
INSIDE EDITION caught up with her in New York City.

Aduba said, "Getting, like, texts from everybody just saying, 'Congratulations! I'm so happy for you. Oh my gosh.'"

Moret also caught up with Theo Kingman, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Moret asked him, "Tell me about your sense of the nominees?"

Kingman replied, "My sense is that this is such a strong year when it comes to the actors."

The Globes will be hosted for the third time by the dynamic duo of Tina Fey & Amy Poehler. Golden Globes executive producer Barry Adelman says you can bet Tina and Amy will be poking fun at the Sony hack attack scandal.

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Moret said, "I can only imagine them reading Sony emails on the air."
Laughing, Adelman replied, "Ha ha that's going to be funny."