Gunter, Nick Kroll, in a scene from, "Sing," nominated for a Golden Globe award for best animated feature.
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Besides being a superhero movie, the irreverent and very-R-rated "Deadpool" is about as far away as one can get from a stereotypically tasteful awards choice, but somehow still scored two nominations – one for best motion picture in the musical or comedy category and another for star Ryan Reynolds.The comedy and drama distinction always allows for a few out-of-nowhere contenders, but the best performance by an actor in a musical or comedy was stacked with unexpected picks, including Colin Farrell for his performance as a single guy looking for love in the dark as night comedy "The Lobster," Ryan Reynolds for "Deadpool," and Jonah Hill as a bro arms dealer in the generally panned "War Dogs".No women-directed films are up for best picture or best director this year.
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