Golden Globes predictions: ‘American Hustle,’ ’12 Years a Slave’ will lead with six nominations

At Thursday’s announcement of the Golden Globe nominations, we predict two films — “12 Years a Slave” and “American Hustle” —  will dominate with six apiece.

“12 Years” will reap a nomination for Best Picture (Drama), as well as acting bids for Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and Lupita Nyong’o.

“Hustle” will earn a Best Picture bid on the Musical/Comedy side and will also score a trio of acting bids: for Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, and Jennifer Lawrence.

Below, a breakdown by picture of the nominations. (Be sure to check out the breakdown by category here.)

12 Years a Slave
Best Picture (Drama)
Best Actor (Drama), Chiwetel Ejiofor
Best Supporting Actor, Michael Fassbender
Best Supporting Actress, Lupita Nyong’o
Best Director
Best Screenplay

American Hustle
Best Picture (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy), Amy Adams
Best Supporting Actor, Bradley Cooper
Best Supporting Actress, Jennifer Lawrence
Best Director
Best Screenplay

The Wolf of Wall Street
Best Picture (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy), Leonardo DiCaprio
Best Director
Best Screenplay

August: Osage County
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy), Meryl Streep
Best Supporting Actress, Julia Roberts
Best Screenplay

The Butler
Best Picture (Drama)
Best Actor (Drama), Forest Whitaker
Best Supporting Actress, Oprah Winfrey

Captain Phillips
Best Picture (Drama)
Best Actor (Drama), Tom Hanks
Best Director

Best Picture (Drama)
Best Actress (Drama), Sandra Bullock
Best Director

Best Picture (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy), Bruce Dern
Best Supporting Actress, June Squibb

Saving Mr. Banks
Best Picture (Drama)
Best Actress (Drama), Emma Thompson
Best Supporting Actor, Tom Hanks

Blue Jasmine
Best Actress (Drama), Cate Blanchett
Best Screenplay

Dallas Buyers Club
Best Actor (Drama), Matthew McConaughey
Best Supporting Actor, Jared Leto

Enough Said
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy), James Gandolfini
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy), Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Inside Llewyn Davis
Best Picture (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy), Oscar Isaac

Best Supporting Actor, Harrison Ford

All is Lost
Best Actor (Drama), Robert Redford

Before Midnight
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy), Julie Delpy

The Heat
Best Actress (Musical/Comedy), Melissa McCarthy

Best Picture (Musical/Comedy)

Labor Day
Best Actress (Drama), Kate Winslet

Best Actress (Drama), Judi Dench

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Best Actor (Musical/Comedy), Ben Stiller

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