"The King's Speech" is the favorite at the Golden Globes. It has a leading seven nominations, including best movie drama.
Colin Firth, Helena Bonham (HEH'-luh-nuh BAHN'-uhm) Carter and Geoffrey Rush are up for their acting.
The other nominees for best move drama are "Inception," "The Social Network," "The Black Swan" and "The Fighter."
Johnny Depp has two nominations, one for "Alice in Wonderland," the other for "The Tourist," which is up for best movie comedy. Depp's co-star Angelina Jolie is also nominated.
Michael Douglas is up for "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
The co-hosts for the Oscars, James Franco and Anne Hathaway are both nominated.
"Burlesque" is up for best movie musical. And Emma Stone is nominated for "Easy A."
Winners will be announced Jan. 16.
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