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''Cold Mountain,'' ''Lost in Translation'' and ''Sex and the City'' are top Golden Globe nominees. Here's the complete list

Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, ... | ODD COUPLE Both Murray and Johansson received nods for ''Translation''
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ODD COUPLE Both Murray and Johansson received nods for ''Translation''

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association was hardly chilly towards the Civil War epic ''Cold Mountain,'' showering it with eight Golden Globe nominations Thursday morning. Stars Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, and Renée Zellweger were all nominated for acting prizes, while the movie will compete for best dramatic film with ''The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,'' ''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,'' ''Mystic River,'' and ''Seabiscuit.'' Also scoring multiple nods was ''Lost in Translation,'' nominated for best motion picture, musical or comedy, with stars Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson up for acting prizes (Johannson also scored a nod for best actress in a drama for ''Girl With a Pearl Earring.'')

On the TV side, HBO's ''Angels in America'' and ''Sex and the City'' reigned, as ''Angels'' flew away with seven nods (including best mini-series or motion picture made for television, and acting recognition for stars Meryl Streep and Al Pacino). All four of ''Sex and the City'''s leading ladies seduced voters, while the show grabbed a nomination for best comedy series, where its competitors include newcomers ''The Office'' and ''Arrested Development.'' Other new series honored included ''Miss Match'' (star Alicia Silverstone, for  best actress in a comedy series) FX's ''Nip/Tuck'' (best drama series) and ''Joan of Arcadia'' (star Amber Tamblyn, for best actress in a drama series).

The 61st annual Golden Globes will air Jan. 25 on NBC. Here are the major television and motion-picture nominations:

MOVIES

Best Motion Picture Drama
''Cold Mountain''
''The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King''
''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World''
''Mystic River''
''Seabiscuit''

Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
''Bend It Like Beckham''
''Big Fish''
''Finding Nemo''
''Lost in Translation''
''Love Actually''

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
Russell Crowe, ''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World''
Tom Cruise, ''The Last Samurai''
Ben Kingsley, ''House of Sand and Fog''
Jude Law, ''Cold Mountain''
Sean Penn, ''Mystic River''

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama
Cate Blanchett, ''Veronica Guerin''
Scarlett Johansson, ''Girl With a Pearl Earring''
Nicole Kidman, ''Cold Mountain''
Charlize Theron, ''Monster''
Uma Thurman, ''Kill Bill -- Volume I''
Evan Rachel Wood, ''Thirteen''

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Jack Black, ''School of Rock''
Johnny Depp, ''Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl''
Bill Murray, ''Lost in Translation''
Jack Nicholson, ''Something's Gotta Give''
Billy Bob Thornton, ''Bad Santa''

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Jamie Lee Curtis, ''Freaky Friday''
Scarlett Johansson, ''Lost in Translation''
Diane Keaton, ''Something's Gotta Give''
Diane Lane, ''Under the Tuscan Sun''
Helen Mirren, ''Calendar Girls''

Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
Alec Baldwin, ''The Cooler''
Albert Finney, ''Big Fish''
William H. Macy, ''Seabiscuit''
Tim Robbins, ''Mystic River''
Peter Sarsgaard, ''Shattered Glass''
Ken Watanabe, ''The Last Samurai''

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Maria Bello, ''The Cooler''
Patricia Clarkson, ''Pieces of April''
Hope Davis, ''American Splendor''
Holly Hunter, ''Thirteen''
Renée Zellweger, ''Cold Mountain''

Best Director
Sofia Coppola, ''Lost In Translation''
Clint Eastwood, ''Mystic River''
Peter Jackson, ''The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King''
Anthony Minghella, ''Cold Mountain''
Peter Weir, ''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World''

Best Screenplay
Sofia Coppola, ''Lost In Translation''
Richard Curtis, ''Love Actually''
Brian Helgeland, ''Mystic River''
Anthony Minghella, ''Cold Mountain''
Jim Sheridan, Naomi Sheridan, and Kirsten Sheridan, ''In America''

Best Foreign-Language Film
''The Barbarian Invasions'' (French Canada)
''Good Bye, Lenin'' (Germany)
''Monsieur Ibrahim'' (France)
''Osama'' (Afghanistan)
''The Return'' (Russia)

Best Original Song
''The Heart Of Every Girl,'' Mona Lisa Smile  (music by Elton John, lyrics by Bernie Taupin)
''Into The West,'' ''The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King'' (music and lyrics by  Howard Shore, Fran Walsh, Annie Lennox)
''Man of The Hour,'' ''Big Fish'' (music and lyrics by Eddie Vedder)
''Time Enough For Tears,'' ''In America'' (music and lyrics by  Bono, Gavin Friday And Maurice Seezer
''You Will Be My Ain True Love,'' ''Cold Mountain'' (music and lyrics by Sting)

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