In this image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Michael Keaton portrays Riggan in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight, Atsushi Nishijima)
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Dark comedy "Birdman" topped nominations for the Golden Globes on Thursday, boosting its already-soaring prospects of awards season glory in the race towards the Oscars.The film -- starring one-time "Batman" Michael Keaton as a washed-up superhero film star trying to revive his career on the stage -- earned seven nods for the Globes, a day after topping the Screen Actors Guild shortlists.On the small screen, "Fargo" took the most nominations with five for the 72nd Golden Globes show, the second most high-profile awards presentation after the Oscars.- Eastwood, Jolie snubbed -- The movie scooped Globes nominations for best comedy/musical, best actor for Keaton, best director for Mexico's Inarritu, as well as best supporting actor nods for Emma Stone and Edward Norton.Other surprise absentees included Martin Luther King drama "Selma," Britain's Timothy Spall, widely tipped for awards glory for painter biopic "Mr Turner," and Laura Dern, praised for her work in "Wild".
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