This image released by Fox Searchlight shows Chiwetel Ejiofor, center, in a scene from the film, "12 Years A Slave." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight, Jaap Buitendijk)
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Hollywood's finest hit the red carpet Sunday for the Golden Globes, launching Tinseltown's most fiercely-contested awards season in years with a wide open field of hotly-tipped movies.Frontrunners in the best drama actor field include Briton Chiwetel Ejiofor for the title role in "12 Years a Slave," which could also earn a best director Globe for his compatriot Steve McQueen.For best actress in a drama, the smart money is on Australian Cate Blanchett in Woody Allen's latest "Blue Jasmine," although others tipped include Sandra Bullock for "Gravity" and Emma Thompson taking on Walt Disney in "Saving Mr Banks". Three Britons are up for best drama actress: Thompson, Judi Dench for "Philomena" -- about an Irish Catholic's search for her long-lost son -- and Kate Winslet for "Labor Day," as well as Blanchett and Bullock.
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