Bill Murray AND Jack Black were both nominated?!?! Sweet!!

Golden Globe noms announced
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Hollywood’s annual trophy-giving season started Thursday with the Golden Globe nominations as Johnny Depp and Scarlett Johansson joined Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton in collecting bids for lead performances in movies. “The Reagans” garnered two made-for-TV movie nominations.
Jack Black was a surprise nominee for his loudmouth role as a phony music teacher in “The School of Rock” while Depp was nominated for playing a wobbly buccaneer in “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.” Other lead comedy or musical actor nominees were Bill Murray for “Lost in Translation,” Nicholson for “Something’s Gotta Give,” and Billy Bob Thornton for “Bad Santa.”
Johansson was recognized in the lead comedy film actress category for “Lost in Translation,” while Keaton was up for “Something’s Gotta Give” and Helen Mirren for “Calendar Girls,” two films about beauty and romance among older women.
Jamie Lee Curtis was also recognized in the category for playing a mom who switches bodies with her teenage daughter in the remake “Freaky Friday,” while Diane Lane received a bid for the romance “Under the Tuscan Sun.”
Renee Zellweger, as a tough mountain woman in “Cold Mountain,” and Hope Davis, as the wife of a dowdy comic book scribe in “American Splendor,” were among supporting movie actress nominees along with Patricia Clarkson in “Pieces of April,” Holly Hunter in “thirteen” and Maria Bello in “The Cooler.”
In the supporting movie actor class, Albert Finney was nominated for playing a tall-tale teller in “Big Fish,” while Alec Baldwin was recognized for playing a casino boss in “The Cooler.” William H. Macy also received a bid for playing a colorful but fictional horse race announcer in “Seabiscuit.” Other nominees: Ken Watanabe as a warrior in “The Last Samurai” and Tim Robbins as a grown up abuse victim in “Mystic River” and Peter Sarsgaard for his role as a skeptical editor in “Shattered Glass.”
“The Reagans,” which CBS dropped after Reagan admirers complained that it dwelled on the negative, got nominations for James Brolin and Judy Davis — who played former President Reagan and first lady Nancy. The Showtime cable channel eventually picked up the movie.