From 'Vice' to 'Mary Poppins Returns,' this year's best musical or comedy nominees are wide-ranging in subject.
Five films secured spots in the best motion picture, musical or comedy, category when the Golden Globes nominations were announced Thursday morning.
Of the bunch, Vice has the most total mentions with six, followed by The Favourite and Green Book with five apiece.
Watch the trailers below ahead of the Jan. 6 ceremony (and click here to watch the trailers for the films up for best motion picture, drama, and click here to watch the trailers for the films up for best motion picture, animated). Check out the full list of nominations here.
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Constance Wu also received an acting nod for the Jon M. Chu-directed film.
The Favourite garnered five noms total, and two of its leading ladies — Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz — will face off in the best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture category.
Green Book, which follows a white bouncer chauffeuring an African-American musician across the South in the 1960s, scored five noms total.
Disney's Mary Poppins sequel also garnered acting nods for Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Vice earned the most nominations of any film this year with six, also including best director and best screenplay for Adam McKay, best actor for Christian Bale, best actor in a supporting role for Sam Rockwell, and best actress in a supporting role for Amy Adams.