"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" star Frances McDormand, who's been nominated for a Golden Globe for best actress in a motion picture drama.
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Hollywood's long awards season began to take shape Monday with Golden Globe nominations that rewarded risk-taking and shone a spotlight on veterans and newcomers alike. Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water," a magical drama about a relationship between a strange river creature and a mute cleaner, collected a leading seven nods, including best drama, and director and acting nominations for Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer and Richard Jenkins. Other best comedy or musical film nominees included James Franco's "The Disaster Artist," about the making of the 2003 bomb "The Room," "Get Out," a satire on modern race relations set within a psychological thriller, the P.T. Barnum musical "The Greatest Showman" and the ice skating mockumentary "I, Tonya".In her first Golden Globe nod, actor-producer Margot Robbie also was nominated for her starring role in "I, Tonya," which tells the story of Tonya Harding and the infamous 1994 attack on rival U.S. figure skater Nancy Kerrigan.
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