Dark Western "The Power of the Dog" and a remake of "West Side Story" won the biggest awards at a diminished Golden Globes ceremony held privately without the usual glitzy lineup of Hollywood's top television and movie stars.
Actress Emma Corrin who played a young Princess Diana in the serie was named best TV drama actress while Josh O'Connor, who played Prince Charles won best TV drama actor.
A-list audience and nominees are expected to largely remain at home, accepting awards via videolink, similar to the format of September's widely praised Emmys, although precise details remain under wraps.
Cast and director of 'Minari' are all Asian-Americans and the dialogue is predominantly Korean but under long standing rules drawn up by the Golden Globes organisers, contenders for its best drama award must feature at least 50% English dialogue.
The music romance "A Star Is Born" earns Bradley Cooper a nod for best actor, Lady Gaga for best actress and Sam Elliott for best supporting actor with its fourth nomination being for the best cast.
The song overtook the likes of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O'Mine" after an autobiographical movie about the band's lead singer Freddie Mercury brought the 1975 hit to a new generation.
Actors are expected to turn out in black this year, in solidarity with victims of Harvey Weinstein and numerous other figures exposed by accusations of sexual abuse and rape, including Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner and Dustin Hoffman.
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