Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Hall, Moore, Bullock earn Globe nominations

Native North Carolinians Michael C. Hall and Julianne Moore received Golden Globe nominations Tuesday, while East Carolina alumnus Sandra Bullock picked up two.

Hall, who is from Raleigh, was nominated for best actor in a television drama for his title role in “Dexter.” Moore, an Army brat born in Fayetteville, was nominated for best supporting actress in a dramatic motion picture for “A Single Man.”

Bullock pulled off a rare double, earning best actress nominations in drama (“The Blind Side”) and comedy (“The Proposal”).

N.C. State alum Zach Galifianakis starred in “The Hangover,” which was nominated for best comedy.

This is Hall’s fourth consecutive Golden Globe nomination for “Dexter,” Moore’s fifth Globe nod and Bullock’s fourth.

Ricky Gervais will host the Golden Globe Awards on NBC on Jan. 17.

Golden Globe nominations | Michael C. Hall | Julianne Moore
Sandra Bullock | The Proposal


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Anonymous said...

Maybe this is Hall's year! He's due ... right?