Joker’s Magic Continues, Four Nominations Received at Golden Globe Awards


The Golden Globes 2020 Joker has received four nominations. Apart from this, the film has already got a place in the top-10 films by the American Film Institute this year.

Joker’s magic is not taking the name of stopping. The film continues to gain milestones one after the other. Now the film has opened its doors at the Golden Globe Awards. This film by Tod Flips has got four nominations in the Gloden Globe. The film, played by Joker played by Heather Ledger of Dark Knight, is also nominated for Best Motion Picture.

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The film is nominated for Best Director (Todd Flips), Best Actor in Motion Picture Drama (Joaquin Phoenix) and Best Origin Source, in addition to Best Motion Picture Drama. The film has also been selected for Best Screenplay. The film has already got a place in the top-10 films by the American Film Institute this year. At the same time, it has also been appreciated by the critics. Apart from this, the film has also been successful at the box office. According to The Hollywood Report, the film released on October 4 has grossed over 1 billion so far.

In addition to the Joker in the Golden Globe, Netflix Origins the Irishman, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Parasite, 1917 and Knives Out. 1917, The Irishman, Joker, Marriage Storytime and The Two Pops were selected for Best Motion Drama. At the same time, they were also lit in the Best Direct Motion Picture category. In this category, the names of Bob John Ho (Parasite), Sam Mandes (1917), Todd Flips (Joker), Martin Scorsese (The Irishman) and Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) were nominated.

Let me tell you that the Golden Globe Award is a US prestigious award, which is given for the best work in film and television. In this, artists from both the country and abroad are given importance. It was founded in 1944 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. It consists of 93 members in total.