(CNN) - Ready for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to kill it once again as co-hosts of the Golden Globes?
We are, too. But before we get there, there's a little something called the nominations that we should get out of the way.
On Thursday morning, Kate Beckinsale, Peter Krause, Paula Patton and Jeremy Piven announced the nominees for the 72nd Golden Globe Awards.
Here's a look at who's in the running:
Best motion picture - drama
"The Imitation Game"
"The Theory of Everything"
Best motion picture - musical or comedy
"The Grand Budapest Hotel"
"Into the Woods"
Best actress in a motion picture - drama
Jennifer Aniston, "Cake"
Felicity Jones, "The Theory of Everything"
Julianne Moore, "Still Alice"
Rosamund Pike, "Gone Girl"
Reese Witherspoon, "Wild"
Best actor in a motion picture - drama
Steve Carell, "Foxcatcher"
Benedict Cumberbatch, "The Imitation Game"
David Oyelowo, "Selma"
Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything"
Jake Gyllenhaal, "Nightcrawler"
Best actor in a motion picture - musical or comedy
Ralph Fiennes, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Michael Keaton, "Birdman"
Bill Murray, "St. Vincent"
Joaquin Phoenix, "Inherent Vice"
Christoph Waltz, "Big Eyes"
Best actress in a motion picture - musical or comedy
Amy Adams, "Big Eyes"
Emily Blunt, "Into the Woods"
Helen Mirren, "The Hundred-Foot Journey"
Julianne Moore, "Maps to the Stars"
Quvenzhane Wallis, "Annie"
Best supporting actor in a motion picture
Robert Duvall, "The Judge"
Ethan Hawke, "Boyhood"
Edward Norton, "Birdman"
Mark Ruffalo, "Foxcatcher"
J.K. Simmons, "Whiplash"
Best supporting actress in a motion picture
Patricia Arquette, "Boyhood"
Jessica Chastain, "A Most Violent Year"
Emma Stone, "Birdman"
Meryl Streep, "Into the Woods"
Keira Knightley, "The Imitation Game"
Actor Robin William was found dead Monday at his northern California home and authorities believe he took his own life.
"He has been battling severe depression of late," his media representative Mara Buxbaum told CNN.
On "New Day" Tuesday, Dr. Jodi Gold spoke about Williams' suicide and how it related to his depression and addiction issues.
"When he was manic, I think he felt funnier and more driven," she said.
"He was sort of a role model for people who struggled with bipolar disorder and depression that you can endure, you can be funny and successful. But he struggled, and he lost the battle."
Dr. Gold emphasized that for people who know someone who's suffering from addiction and depression, suicide can be preventable.
If you know someone who needs help, Gold said take it seriously, ask questions, remove firearms and get them help.
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Whether you grew up watching "The Brady Bunch," or this is the first you're hearing of actress Ann B. Davis, there's no denying she was beloved as housekeeper Alice. Watch some top moments below.
She was the middle square, the character that held the rest of the Brady's together.
Actress Ann B. Davis, who played housekeeper Alice Nelson on "The Brady Bunch" from 1969-1974, has died at 88.
Whether you laughed because of her impeccable comic timing or her physicality as she fell in a dunk tank – many people have their favorite 'Alice' moments.
* Here are a few that will make you smile:
THAT TIME ALICE FELL INTO A "FAR OUT" DUNK TANK:
Alice has to retrieve a cloth at the top of a dunk tank that's in the backyard. She manages to get herself up there – getting down is the problem.
WHEN SHE LEARNED TO SKI IN THE BACKYARD:
After it doesn't go so well, Bobby Brady says, "she'll need two more lessons." Cindy Brady responds: "Maybe three."
HOW'S SHE GONNA ANSWER THAT PHONE?
After Jan wraps Alice up with a giant ace bandage, the housekeeper struggles to answer the phone.
Alice to Jan right before: "Will you do me a favor, the next time you ask me to volunteer for something, immobilize my big mouth before I can answer."
WHEN SHE TRIES TO LEAVE THE FAMILY:
Alice tells Mr. and Mrs. Brady she needs to leave the family to go take care of her sick aunt in Seattle.
Though she's eventually caught in her lie:
Alice: I'll plan to leave tomorrow night. Take the plane south.
Mr. Brady: South? To Seattle?
Alice: Oh. Well. That's the way that the planes go. I mean, they head south when they take off, before they turn around and go north.
AND HER CAMEO IN THE 1995 "BRADY BUNCH" MOVIE:
In the movie, Jan runs away from home and Davis plays a truck driver who her up. She tells the hitchhiker:
"I can't help thinking 'what might have been if I married young – had a family, three boys, three girls.' Then a little voice says 'are you kidding, they'd probably just treat you like a maid!'"
*All clips From Paramount
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Actor Mickey Rooney, one of Hollywood's brightest stars in the 1930s and 1940s, died Sunday in California, the Los Angeles County Coroner's office said. He was 93.
The diminutive 5-foot, 2-inch Rooney began his acting career shortly after his first birthday, appearing on vaudeville stages with his parents. He was born Joseph Yule, Jr. on Sept. 23, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York.
He became a star in the 1920s when he began appearing in dozens of shorts based on the popular "Mickey McGuire" comic strip, but he shot into Hollywood's stratosphere in his next film series, starting in more than a dozen "Andy Hardy" films between 1937 and 1946.
Rooney also starred as half of one of the most famous screen partnerships in film history, teaming with actress Judy Garland in a number of the "Andy Hardy" films. He also starred with her in several Busby Berkeley musicals, including 1940's "Strike up the Band" and "Babes on Broadway" a year later.
From 1939 through 1941, Rooney was the No. 1 box office draw in the United States.
He earned an Oscar nomination for his role in the World War II film "The Bold and the Brave" in 1956.
Rooney's personal life generated almost as much talk as his film career. He walked down the aisle eight times. His first wife was starlet Ava Gardner.