U2 Song Nominated for Golden Globe
U2 have been nominated for a Golden Globe award in the category
of Best Original Song in a Motion Picture for their track "The Hands
That Built America."
The song appears in the new Martin Scorsese film "Gangs of New
York" which stars Daniel Day Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The other nominees in the same category were Madonna for the
Bond theme "Die Another Day," Hans Zimmer with Bryan Adams
and Gretchen Peters for their song "Here I Am" in "Spirit: Stallion of
the Cimarron," Paul Simon's "Father and Daughter" in "The Wild
Thornberries Movie" and "Lose Yourself," Eminem's song for the film
Those who were nominated for Best Original Score - Motion Picture
were Elmer Bernstein ("Far From Heaven"), Terence Blanchard
("25th Hour"), Peter Gabriel ("Rabbit Proof Fence"), Philip Glass ("The
Hours") and Elliot Goldenthal ("Frida").
The Golden Globe award winners will be announced on 19 January.
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