News: 2011 Golden Globes on DVD and Blu-ray

Catch up on the 2011 Golden Globe nominees and winners (in red) at home. Here’s a list of the honored movies and TV and their DVD details.

Movie nominees

Movie (Studio)Globe categoryDVD/Blu-ray Release
127 Hours (Fox)Drama – best actor (James Franco), best screenplay, best scoreMarch 1
Alice in Wonderland (Disney)Musical or comedy – best movie, best actor (Johnny Depp), best scoreAvailable
Animal Kingdom (Sony)Best supporting actress (Jacki Weaver)Jan. 18
Barney’s Version (Sony)Musical or comedy – best actor (Paul Giamatti)Not yet announced
Biutiful (Roadside Attractions)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Black Swan (Fox)Drama – best movie, best actress (Natalie Portman), best supporting actress (Mila Kunis), best directorMarch 29
Blue Valentine (Weinstein)Drama – best actor (Ryan Gosling), best actress (Michelle Williams)Not yet announced
Burlesque (Sony)Musical or comedy – best movie, best original song (“Bound to You” and “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me”)March 1
Casino Jack (ATO)Musical or comedy – best actor (Kevin Spacey)April 5
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Fox)Best original song (“There’s a Place for Us”)April 8
The Concert (Weinstein)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Country Strong (Sony)Best original song (“Coming Home”)April 12
Despicable Me (Universal)Best animated filmAvailable
Easy A (Sony)Musical or comedy – best actress (Emma Stone)Available
The Edge (Studiya Monlit)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
The Fighter (Paramount)Drama – best movie, best actor (Mark Wahlberg), best supporting actor (Christian Bale), best supporting actress (Amy Adams), best supporting actress (Melissa Leo), best directorMarch 15
Frankie and Alice (Freestyle)Drama – best actress (Halle Berry)Not yet announced
How to Train Your Dragon (DreamWorks/Paramount)Best animated filmAvailable
I Am Love (Magnolia)Best foreign-language filmAvailable
The Illusionist (Sony)Best animated filmNot yet announced
In a Better World (Sony)Best foreign-language filmNot yet announced
Inception (Warner)Drama – best movie, best director, best screenplay, best scoreAvailable
The Kids Are All Right (Universal)Musical or comedy – best movie, best actress (Annette Bening), best actress (Julianne Moore), best screenplayAvailable
The King’s Speech (Weinstein)Drama – best movie, best actor (Colin Firth), best supporting actor (Geoffrey Rush), best supporting actress (Helena Bonham Carter), best director, best screenplay, best scoreApril 19
Love and Other Drugs (Fox)Musical or comedy – best actor (Jake Gyllenhaal), best actress (Anne Hathaway)March 1
Rabbit Hole (Lionsgate)Drama – best actress (Nicole Kidman)Not yet announced
Red (Summit)Musical or comedy – best movieJan. 25
The Social Network (Sony)Drama – best movie, best actor (Jesse Eisenberg), best supporting actor (Andrew Garfield), best director, best screenplay, best scoreAvailable
Tangled (Disney)Best original song (“I See the Light”), best animated filmMarch 29
The Tourist (Sony)Musical or comedy – best movie, best actor (Johnny Depp), best actress (Angelina Jolie)March 22
The Town (Warner)Best supporting actor (Jeremy Renner)Available
Toy Story 3 (Disney)Best animated filmAvailable
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Fox)Best supporting actor (Michael Douglas)Available
Winter’s Bone (Lionsgate)Drama – best actress (Jennifer Lawrence)Available

TV nominees

TV program (Studio)Globe categoryDVD/Blu-ray Release
30 Rock (Universal)Musical or comedy – best TV series, best actor (Alec Baldwin), best actress (Tina Fey)Available
The Big Bang Theory (Warner)Musical or comedy – best TV series, best actor (Jim Parsons)Available
The Big C (Sony)Musical or comedy – best TV series, best actress (Laura Linney)Not yet announced
Boardwalk Empire (HBO/Warner)Drama – best TV series, best actor (Steve Buscemi), best supporting actress (Kelly Macdonald)Not yet announced
Breaking Bad (Sony)Drama – best actor (Bryan Cranston)March 16
Carlos (IFC)Mini-series or TV movie – best movie, best actor (Edgar Ramirez)Not yet announced
The Client List (Sony)Mini-series or TV movie – best actress (Jennifer Love Hewitt)Feb. 1
The Closer (Warner)Drama – best actress (Kyra Sedgwick)Available
Covert Affairs (USA)Drama – best actress (Piper Perabo)Not yet announced
Dexter (Showtime/Paramount)Drama – best actor (Michael C. Hall), best supporting actress (Julia Stiles)Available
Emma (BBC/Warner)Mini-series or TV movie – best acress (Romola Garai)Not yet announced
Glee (Fox)Musical or comedy – best TV series, best actor (Matthew Morrison), best actress (Lea Michele), best supporting actor (Chris Colfer), best supporting actress (Jane Lynch)Available
The Good Wife (Paramount)Drama – best TV series, best actress (Julianna Margulies), best supporting actor (Chris Noth)Available
Hawaii Five-O (Paramount)Best supporting actor (Scott Caan)Not yet announced
House M.D. (Fox)Drama – best actor (Hugh Laurie)Not yet announced
Hung (HBO/Warner)Musical or comedy – best actor (Thomas Jane)Available
Luther (BBC/Warner)Mini-series or TV movie – best actor (Idris Elba)Not yet announced
Mad Men (Lionsgate)Drama – best TV series, best actor (Jon Hamm), best actress (Elisabeth Moss)March 23
Modern Family (Fox)Musical or comedy – best TV series, best supporting actor (Eric Stonestreet), best supporting actress (Sofia Vergara)Available
Nurse Jackie (Lionsgate)Musical or comedy – best actress (Edie Falco)Feb. 22
The Office (Universal)Musical or comedy – best actor (Steve Carell)Available
The Pacific (HBO/Warner)Best mini-series or TV movieAvailable
The Pillars of the Earth (Sony)Mini-series or TV movie – best movie, best actor (Ian McShane), best actressAvailable
Return to Cranford (BBC/Warner)Mini-series or TV movie – best actress (Judi Dench)Not yet announced
Sons of Anarchy (Fox)Drama – best actress (Katey Sagal)Not yet announced
The Special Relationship (HBO/Warner)Mini-series or TV movie – best actor (Dennis Quaid), best supporting actress (Hope Davis)Not yet announced
Temple Grandin (HBO/Warner)Mini-series or TV movie – best movie, best actress (Claire Danes), best supporting actor (David Strathairn)Available
United States of Tara (Paramount)Musical or comedy – best actress (Toni Collette)Available
The Walking Dead (Anchor Bay)Drama – best TV seriesMarch 8
You Don’t Know Jack (HBO/Warner)Best mini-series or TV movie, best actor mini-series or TV movie (Al Pacino)Available

About S. Clark

Sam Clark is the former Managing Editor/Online Editor of Video Business magazine. With 19 years experience in journalism, 12 in the home entertainment industry, Sam has been hooked on movies on since she saw E.T. then stared into the sky waiting to meet her own friendly alien. Thanks to her husband’s shared love of movies, Sam reviews Blu-ray discs in a true home theater, with a 118-inch screen, projector and cushy recliners with cup holders.