The nominations for the 64th Golden Globes were announced Thursday morning in Los Angeles, California.

The nominees for best drama are “Babel,” “Bobby,” “The Departed,” “Little Children” and “The Queen.”

The nominees for best comedy or musical are “Borat,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Dreamgirls,” “Little Miss Sunshine” and “Thank You for Smoking.”

The nominees for best actor in a drama are Leonardo DiCaprio (“Blood Diamond”) Leonardo DiCaprio (“The Departed”), Peter O’Toole (“Venus”), Will Smith (“The Pursuit of Happyness”) and Forest Whitaker (“The Last King of Scotland”).

The nominees for best actress in a drama are Penelope Cruz (“Volver”), Judi Dench (“Notes on a Scandal”), Maggie Gyllenhaal (“Sherry Baby”), Helen Mirren (“The Queen”) and Kate Winslet (“Little Children”).

The nominess for best actor in a comedy or musical are Sasha Baron Cohen (“Borat”), Johnny Depp (“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”), Aaron Eckhart (“Thank You for Smoking”), Chiwetel Ejiofor (“Kinky Boots”) and Will Ferrell (“Stranger Than Fiction”).

The nominees for best actress in a comedy or musical are Annette Bening (“Running with Scissors’), Toni Collette (“Little Miss Sunshine”), Beyonce Knowles (“Dreamgirls”), Meryl Streep (“The Devil Wears Prada”) and Renee Zellweger (“Miss Potter”).

The nominees for best director are Clint Eastwood (“Flags of Our Fathers”), Clint Eastwood (“Letters From Iwo Jima”), Stephen Frears (“The Queen”), Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (“Babel”) and Martin Scorsese (“The Departed”).

The nominees for best supporting actor are Ben Affleck (“Hollywoodland”), Eddie Murphy (“Dreamgirls”), Jack Nicholson (“The Departed”), Brad Pitt (“Babel”) and Mark Wahlberg (“The Departed”).

The nominees for best supporting actress are Adriana Barraza (“Babel”), Cate Blanchett (“Notes on a Scandal”), Emily Blunt (“The Devil Wears Prada”), Jennifer Hudson (“Dreamgirls”) and Kikuchi Rinko (“Babel”).

The nominees for best screenplay are “Babel,” “Little Children,” “Notes on a Scandal,” “The Departed” and “The Queen.”

“Cars,” “Happy Feet” and “Monster House” all earned nominations for best animated film.