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The very dramatic 12 Years a Slave and the idiosyncratically comic American Hustle dominated the film nominations for the 71st Golden Globe nominations announced this morning. Both films collected seven nominations each. Slave, the account of a free man sold into slavery, scored a dramatic motion picture nomination as well as noms for its lead actor Chiwetel Ejiofor as well as its supporting players Lupita Nyong’o and Michael Fassbender. It also picked up noms for Steve McQueen’s direction, John Ridley’s screenplay and Hans Zimmer’s score.Hustle, a portrait of ‘70s era con men spun off from the Abscam scandal, benefited from the work of an all-star cast that earned lead nominations for Christian Bale and Amy Adams in the comedy categories and supporting nominations for Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. David O. Russell earned noms both for directing and for the screenplay he wrote with Eric Warren Singer. Lea Michele got candid during her first TV interview since the July 13 death of her boyfriend, Cory Monteith . The "Cannonball" singer appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday, Dec. 12, where she opened up about life after loss and how she's keeping the late Glee actor's memory alive. Michele said she's doing "well" four months after Monteith was found dead in his Vancouver hotel room. "It's certainly been a pretty rough year, but I've been surrounded by such great people, such great family," the actress said. In fact, Michele's parents have since relocated from New York to L.A. When actress Rebecca Hall first read "Machinal," the 1920s play in which she will make her Broadway debut early next year, her reaction was so strong she felt her throat tightening. Hall's response, and the fact that it was being directed by Briton Lyndsey Turner, convinced the British actress she had to play the young murderess in the drama that hasn't been staged on Broadway in 85 years. "I don't think I've ever had a more physical response to a piece of writing," said Hall...