Golden Globe Music Nominees Exhibit Wide Range
December 10, 2015 at 9:38 AM (PT)
From ELLIE GOULDING, BRIAN WILSON, SAM SMITH, WIZ KHALIFA and CHARLIE PUTH to SUMI JO, VIKTORIA MULLIVA and the BBC ORCHESTRA, GOLDEN GLOBE's Best Original Song -- Motion Picture nominees represent a wide range of styles.
ELLIE GOUDING's "Love Me Like You Do," from "50 SHADES OF GREY," was written by Swedish hitmaker MAX MARTIN, SAVAN KOTECHA, ALI PAYAMI and ILYA SALMANZADEH.
BRIAN WILSON's "One Kind Of Love" was written especially for the well-received biopic "LOVE & MERCI," which also boasts a nominee in PAUL DANO for Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role -- Motion Picture.
WIZ KHALIFA and CHARLIE PUTH's GRAMMY-nominated Song of the Year "See You Again" from "FURIOUS 7" is also up, written by JUSTIN FRANKS, ANDREW CEDAR, CHARLIE PUTH and CAMERON THOMAZ.
SAM SMITH's "Writing's On The Wall," from the JAMES BOND movie "SPECTRE," is also a nominee, written by SMITH and JIMMY NAPES.
"Simple Song #3," written by DAVID LANG and performed by SUMI JO, VIKTORIA MULLIVA and the BBC ORCHESTRA, from the movie "YOUTH," is the final nominee in this category.
In the Best Original Score category, several veterans are going at it with CARTER BURWELL ("CAROL"), ALEXANDRE DESPLAT ("THE DANISH GIRL") and ENNIO MORRICONE ("THE HATEFUL EIGHT") squaring off against DANIEL PEMBERTON ("STEVE JOBS") and YELLOW MAGIC ORCHESTRA's RYUICHI SAKAMOTO with ALVA NOTO ("THE REVENANT").
Finally, LADY GAGA received a nod in the BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MNISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION category for "American Horror Story: Hotel."