Stars like Ryan Reynolds and Millie Bobby Brown experienced a career high on Dec. 12 as the 2017 Golden Globe nominations were announced. The list of nominees featured Tinseltown faves as well as a host of first-time nominees, who enjoyed basking in the glory of their Hollywood Foreign Press Association nods.
Ryan Reynolds scored his first-ever nomination for his role in the comedy Deadpool. Blake Lively’s husband celebrated the achievement on social media, writing, “Thank you, Golden Globes! As we speak, the entire Deadpool team is engaged in a grotesque, early morning tickle-fight.”
Lily Collins posted a photo of her emotional reaction upon learning of her "Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy" nomination. Attached to the photo, the Rules Don’t Apply actress penned, “The moment your mom captures you being nominated for your first Golden Globe. Priceless. I still can't breathe. Beyond honoured, thankful, and proud. This can't be real!”
Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend Tom Hiddleston, in addition to This is Us actress Mandy Moore and Hamilton alum Lin-Manuel Miranda also joined the Golden Globes nominees club. Hailee Steinfeld tweeted her joy over her first Globes nomination. The star of The Edge of Seventeen wrote, "CALL ME A GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINEE!!! OH MY GOD. I'm in tears. And on a plane. About to take off. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!"
While Millie Bobby Brown did not receive a best actress nod, the Stranger Things star adorably thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press for nominating her hit Netflix show. “I’m very excited,” the 12-year-old said as she blew a kiss in a video posted on Instagram.
Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, Meryl Streep and Andrew Garfield are just a few of the other big names who will be going for the gold and sipping on Moët & Chandon when the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards air live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel with host Jimmy Fallon on January 8, 2017 at 8 pm EST on NBC.