'The King's Speech' leads Golden Globe nominations

Tuesday December 14, 2010

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Colin Firth had a big reason to smile on Tuesday when his film The King's Speech came out top in the Golden Globe nominations.

The drama, which tells the tale of King George VI's relationship with his speech therapist, has landed seven nominations.

Among them are nods in the acting categories for Colin and his co-stars, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush, and in the best motion picture section.

The Social Network and The Fighter tied for second place with six nominations each.

Elsewhere, Johnny Depp scored two nods for his work in The Tourist and Alice In Wonderland.

The Golden Globes will be held in the US on January 16. Ricky Gervais returns as host.

Trailer: The King's Speech

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