NEW YORK (AP) -- Revelers in Hollywood's awards season will be pushed to two sides of the dance floor in Thursday's Golden Globes nominations: drama and comedy.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association's way of dividing the movie world in half should result in some extra love for funnier films often edged out by their more serious brethren. Expect the likes of Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel," the Disney musical "Into the Woods" and Bill Murray's "St. Vincent" to find room among this season's favorites such as "Boyhood," ''Birdman," ''Selma" and "The Imitation Game."
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