Some of the UK's biggest names in film and TV are being recognised at the Golden Globes this weekend. 

The 79th annual awards show will celebrate talent from all over in a luxurious ceremony at The Beverly Hilton hotel and it will come as no surprise that some brilliant Brits have been nominated. 

The ceremony is set to look a bit different this year with no red carpet and all guests being required to show proof of vaccination (including a booster) and a negative PCR test within 48 hours. 

The stars will also need to be masked and socially distanced at all times during the Los Angles ceremony on Sunday, January 9.

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While the award show organisers have revealed that there won't be an audience again this year, the Golden Globes still promises a glamourous night ( and hopefully a few British wins!).

British Nominees at the Golden Globes

Best Actor

Benedict Cumberbatch has been nominated in the Best Actor category for his performance in The Power of the Dog ( which is also nominated for Best Picture). 

The Doctor Strange actor is up against Will Smith for his role in King Richard and Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of Macbeth), Mahershala Ali (Swan Song) and Javier Bardem for Being the Ricardos.

Under the Best Actor title, Brits have seen nominations in its variations too including for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy and in a Television series.

In the former, tick, tick... BOOM! star Andrew Garfield has been nominated alongside other big names like Leonardo DiCaprio for Don't Look Up! and Peter Dinklage for Cyrano.

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While Succession's patriarch Brian Cox has been recognised alongside his co-star Jeremy Strong and Lee Jung-jae from Netflix's runaway hit Squid Game in the Best Actor in a Television series category.

And if you thought that the Brits were done with sweeping the nominations - they weren't.

Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan has picked up a nomination in the best supporting actor category for Belfast alongside his co-star Ciaran Hinds.

British talent also impressed in the best actor in a limited series with both Marvel actor Paul Bettany and Holsten actor Ewan McGregor nominated.

Best Actress

The nation's sweetheart Olivia Colman will also be heading to the Golden Globes this year with a nomination for her role in The Lost Daughter. 

The Crown actress will face some stiff competition from Kristen Stewart who is nominated for Spencer - a historical fiction psychological drama about Diana, Princess of Wales.

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Other nominations include Nicole Kidman for Being the Ricardos, Lady Gaga for House of Gucci and Jessica Chastain -for her performance in The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

Wicked star and Strictly Come Dancing judge Cynthia Erivo has been nominated for her role in Genius in the Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television. 

Also nominated is English actress Kate Winslet for her role in Mare of Easttown.

Best Director

British talent is also being recognised behind the camera too with both Jane Campion and Sir Kenneth Branagh being nominated in the Best Director category. 

Jane Campion is being recognised for her work on The Power of the Dog while Sir Kenneth has received praise for his film Belfast.

The two Brits have fierce competition against veteran director Steven Spielberg for West Side Story, Denis Villeneuve for the Sci-fi epic Dune and Maggie Gyllenhaal for The Lost Daughter.

Belfast has also been nominated for Best Picture with filming taking place in both London and Belfast which marks another win for this side of the Atlantic.