Leonardo DiCaprio, Best actor nominee for 'The Revenant':
"I am incredibly grateful for their nomination, as well as the recognition they have given to this film and to Alejandro's (Inarritu's) vision as its director. Making 'The Revenant' was a true honor for me. I also want to extend congratulations to all nominees this season."
Kate Winslet, Best supporting actress for 'Steve Jobs':
"I am completely over the moon and feel so honored to be nominated for a Golden Globe by the HFPA for this film. I am genuinely ecstatic."
Lady Gaga, Best limited TV series actress nominee for 'American Horror Story: Hotel':
"I am too excited for words at this recognition for my work! I dreamed endlessly of being in television & film. This is a real honor for a waitress/singer/actress from New York!”
Eddie Redmayne, Best actor nominee for 'The Danish Girl':
"Having the opportunity to help tell Lili and Gerda’s story has been a great privilege for me, and I am hugely grateful for the guidance, generosity and insight given to me by the transgender community."
Tom McCarthy (R), Best director, screenplay and best film nominee for 'Spotlight': "The best picture nomination really speaks to everyone's work. You don't get nominated unless your actors are really top notch. We are really excited to be involved and included." McCarthy is seen with executive producer Tim Ortenberg (L) and cast member Michael Keaton.
Alejandro Inarritu, Best director nominee for 'The Revenant':
"I can’t believe this time last year we were in Calgary shooting 'The Revanant', and right now I'm in London and just heard the good news! I’m thrilled for our incredible cast and crew."
Mark Rylance, best supporting actor nominee for 'Bridge of Spies' and best actor, limited TV series 'Wolf Hall':
"I want to thank the members of the HFPA for nominating my work in both 'Bridge of Spies' and 'Wolf Hall'. My work does not stand alone, and only comes together with the help of all the talented craftspeople I have had the pleasure to work with."
Joanne Froggatt, Best supporting actress nominee for 'Downton Abbey':
"'Downton Abbey' and Anna Bates have been a big part of my life for some years now. It has been the most exciting journey alongside the most wonderful people. I feel so lucky to have portrayed this character and to be recognized along side these incredibly talented actresses, who have given such strong, inspirational performances. I couldn't be happier!!!!"
Alicia Vikander, Best actress nominee for 'The Danish Girl' and best supporting actress nominee for 'Ex Machina':
"To be considered amongst all these brilliant actresses and their outstanding performances is such an honor. Working on 'The Danish Girl' and 'Ex Machina' were such gifts in themselves, and for this to happen is all so wonderful."
David O. Russell, Director of best comedy movie nominee 'Joy':
"I am grateful to the HFPA for recognizing 'Joy' and the picture’s leading light, Jennifer (Lawrence), who has taken new risks, across the lifespan story of this picture that can spread inspiration to everyone who has a dream that might have been forgotten. And I’m grateful to all our remarkable cast who made this story of the ordinary becoming extraordinary in life, come true."
Brie Larson, best actress nominee for 'Room':
"Wow. My deepest thanks to the HFPA - I am beyond honored, grateful, thrilled and every other imaginable emotion to be in the company of such an inspirational group of women, and to share this morning's recognition with Emma, Lenny, the entire cast and crew of 'Room', as well as Amy Schumer and the cast and crew of 'Trainwreck'.' What a morning! And thanks to Jacob Tremblay - you have made every day of this journey magic."
Jenji Kohan, creator of best TV comedy nominee 'Orange Is The New Black':
"Very cool to be recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Thanks Globe people!"