This year's nominees are 'Get Out,' 'The Greatest Showman,' 'I, Tonya,' 'Lady Bird' and 'The Disaster Artist.'
Five films secured spots in the best motion picture, musical or comedy, category when the Golden Globe nominations were announced Monday morning.
Of the bunch, Lady Bird has the most total nominations, with four. The Greatest Showman and I, Tonya have three nominations apiece.
Watch the trailers below ahead of the Jan. 7 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.
Get Out earned two nominations for this year's Golden Globes. In addition to the nod in this category, star Daniel Kaluuya is up for best actor.
The film's star Hugh Jackman also nabbed a nomination for best actor in a musical or comedy, while the song "This Is Me," with music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, earned a best original song nod.
Stars Margot Robbie and Allison Janney snagged noms for best actress and best actress in a supporting role, respectively.
Stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf also nabbed acting noms, Ronan for lead and Metcalf for support, while writer-director Greta Gerwig received a nod for best screenplay.
Aside from the big nomination, The Disaster Artist shows up one more time on the Globes nomination list: James Franco earned a nod for best actor.