The biggest Golden Globes snubs of the year — from ‘Logan’ to ‘The Big Sick’

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  • The Golden Globes are on Sunday night.
  • The competition was tough this year, particularly in the film categories, which means there were a lot of snubs.
  • After a breakthrough year for female directors, none were nominated in the best director category.

Unfortunately some of the year’s most notable movies, shows, performances, and directors were snubbed by the Golden Globes this year.

The Golden Globes ceremony will air Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, with Seth Meyers hosting.

Not everyone can get a nomination, so there were still quite a few disappointing snubs this year.

NBC’s innovative comedy “The Good Place” is going places no other network comedy has before, but isn’t recognized at all. “Logan,” one of the best and most critically acclaimed films of the year, didn’t manage to get any nominations despite powerful performances and an excellent screenplay.

“Get Out” got several nominations including best motion picture (in the comedy category), but Jordan Peele didn’t get nominated for the award the movie deserves most: best screenplay. The romantic comedy “The Big Sick” was a fresh take on the genre and was expected to get several nominations, but didn’t get any.

And zero women were nominated in the best director category, despite some of the year’s best movies being directed by women including Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Patty Jenkins (“Wonder Woman”), and Dee Rees (“Mudbound”).

Here are all the snubs for the 2018 Golden Globes:


Best motion picture, drama


“Mudbound”

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Netflix

“The Florida Project”

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Cre Film

“Wonder Woman”

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Warner Bros. Pictures

“Logan”

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“Logan”

“Phantom Thread”

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Focus Features

Best motion picture, comedy or musical


“Thor: Ragnarok”

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Marvel

“The Big Sick”

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Amazon/Lionsgate

Best director


Dee Rees, “Mudbound”

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Luca Guadagnino, “Call Me by Your Name”

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Taika Waititi, “Thor: Ragnarok”

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Patty Jenkins, “Wonder Woman”

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Greta Gerwig, “Lady Bird”

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James Mangold, “Logan”

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Best TV series, drama


“The Leftovers”

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HBO

Best TV series, comedy


“The Good Place”

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NBC

“Big Mouth”

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Netflix

“Glow”

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Netflix

“Insecure”

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HBO

“American Vandal”

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Netflix

Best actor in a motion picture, drama


Hugh Jackman, “Logan”

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Fox

Best actress in a motion picture, drama


Brooklynn Prince, “The Florida Project”

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A24

Best actress in a motion picture, comedy or musical


Tiffany Hadish, “Girls Trip”

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Universal Pictures

Best actor in a TV series, drama


Matt Smith, “The Crown”

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Netflix

Best actor in a TV series, comedy


Ted Danson, “The Good Place”

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NBC

Best actress in a TV series, drama


Mandy Moore, “This Is Us”

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NBC

Best actress in a TV series, comedy


Kristen Bell, “The Good Place”

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NBC

D’Arcy Carden, “The Good Place”

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NBC

Rachel Bloom, “Crazy-Ex Girlfriend”

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The CW

Best supporting actor in a motion picture


Michael Stuhlbarg, “Call Me By Your Name”

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Sony Pictures Classics

Ray Romano, “The Big Sick”

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Lionsgate

Jason Mitchell, “Mudbound”

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Best supporting actress in a motion picture


Dafne Keen, “Logan”

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“Logan”

Best original score


“Call Me By Your Name”

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Armie Hammer as Oliver in “Call Me By Your Name.”
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Sony Pictures Classics

Best screenplay, motion picture


James Mangold, Scott Frank, Michael Green — “Logan”

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“Logan”

Jordan Peele — “Get Out”

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Universal Pictures

James Ivory — “Call Me By Your Name”

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Emily V. Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani — “The Big Sick”

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Best original song


“Mystery of Love,” Sufjan Stevens — “Call Me By Your Name”

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Sony Pictures Classics