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Golden Globes declare 'Charlie Wilson,' 'Savages' & 'Margot' comedies

November 29, 2007 | 10:23 am

"Charlie Wilson's War," "The Savages," "Margot at the Wedding," "Juno," "Darjeeling Limited," "Waitress" andGoldenglobes154withwhiteontop "Lars and the Real Girl" will compete in the comedy/musical categories at the Golden Globes, according to decrees made by the eligibility committee of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. All of those films have a mix of comedic and dramatic elements so there was speculation that they might be classified as dramas. "I'm Not There," which includes lots of Bob Dylan music, has been deemed a drama.

In the TV races, some series that straddled classification have been decided, too: "Pushing Daisies," "Californication," "Chuck," "Psych," "Samantha Who" and "Reaper" will compete as comedies.

In the race for best animated feature: "Bee Movie," "Beowulf," "Happily N'ever After," "Meet the Robinsons," "Ratatouille," "Shrek the Third," "The Simpson's Movie," "Surf's Up," and "TMNT."

Sixty-one movies have landed in the category for best foreign-language film. CLICK HERE to see the list! (Among the foreign titles is "La Vie en Rose," whose star, Marion Cotillard, will compete in the race for best comedy/musical actress.)

Nominations will be announced on Dec. 13.

"4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" (Romania)
"56 Drops of Blood" (Hungary)
"A Casa de Alice" (Alice's House)" (Brazil)
"A Casa Nostra (Our Country)" (Italy)
"Age Des Tenebres (Days of Darkness)" (Canada)
"Alexandra" (Russia)
"Angel" (Puerto Rico)
"Armin" (Croatia)
"The Art of Crying" (Denmark)
"Beaufort" (Israel)
"Ben X" (Belgium)
"Blame It on Fidel (La Faute A Fidel)" (France)
"Bliss" (Turkey)
"Caramel" (Lebanon)
"Chakde! India" (India)
"The Counterfeiters" (Austria)
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (France and USA)
"Eklavya: The Royal Guard" (India)
"El Viaje De La Nonna (Nonna's Trip)" (Mexico)
"Happy Desert" (Brazil)
"Just Follow Law" (Singapore)
"Katyn" (Poland)
"Kings" (Ireland)
"The Kite Runner" (U.S.A.)
"La Cena per Farli Conoscere (Dinner for Their First Date)" (Italy)
"La Edad de la Peseta" (Cuba)
"La Vie en Rose" (France)
"Ladron Que Roba a Ladron" (USA)
"Lady Chatterley" (France)
"L'aria Salata (Salty Air)" (Italy)
"Lezioni Di Volo (Flying Lessons)" (Italy)
"Lust, Caution" (Taiwan)
"Maldeamores" (Puerto Rico)
"Malos Habitos" (Mexico)
"Mio Fratello E Figlio Unico" (My Brother Is an Only Child)" (Italy)
"Moliere" (France)
"Mongol" (Kazakhstan)
"My Best Friend" (France)
"Ninas Mal" (Mexico)
"Nosedive" (Hungary)
"Obsluhoval Jsem Anglickeho Krale (I Served The King Of England)" (Czech Republic)
"The Orphanage" (Spain)
"The Owl And The Sparrow" (Cu Va Chim Se Se)" (Vietnam)
"Parpados Azules" (Mexico)
"Partes Usadas" (Mexico)
"Persepolis" (France)
"Roman De Gare" (France)
"Roming" (Czech Republic-Romania-Slovakia Co-Production)
"Saawariya" (India)
"Secret Sunshine" (Korea)
"Silent Light" (Mexico)
"Strike (Strajk - Die Heldin Von Danzig)" (Germany)
"Takva" (Turkey)
"Tatt Av Kvinnen (Gone With The Woman)" (Norway)
"Under The Same Moon (La Misma Luna)" (Mexico)
"Uno Su Due (One Out Of Two)" (Italy)
"Vanaja" (USA + India)
"Vier Minuten" (Germany)
"Xxy" (Argentina)
"The Year My Parents Went on Vacation" (Brazil)
"Yuniol" (Dominican Republic)



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