Mara as Therese Belivet and Blanchett as Carol Aird in a scene from “Carol.” (Wilson Webb/The Weinstein Company via AP)
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Todd Haynes' 1950s romance "Carol" landed a leading five nominations, including best dramatic picture, in nominations for the 73rd annual Golden Globes.With four nods is Alejandro Inarritu's follow-up to his Oscar-winning "Birdman": the frontier epic "The Revenant," which was nominated for best picture, drama, and best actor for Leonardo DiCaprio.Most of the expected contenders came away with something to show from the Globes, including the scientific space adventure "The Martian" (including nods for star Matt Damon and director Ridley Scott), David O. Russell's matriarch portrait "Joy" (best picture, comedy and best actress Jennifer Lawrence), George Miller's apocalyptic romp "Mad Max: Fury Road" (including best director for Miller) and "Room," the Emma Donoghue novel adaptation "Room," starring Brie Larson (nominated for best actress, drama) as a captive mother.Though some questionable category decisions left less-comedic films competing for best comedy or musical, two top comedy stars will crash the somber awards season: Melissa McCarthy and Amy Schumer. Both were nominated for best actress in a comedy, and their films – "Spy" and "Trainwreck," respectively – will compete for best comedic film.
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