Helena Bonham Carter and Colin Firth both received Golden Globe nominations Tuesday for their work in "The King's Speech."
(CNN) -- The critically acclaimed film "The King's Speech" led the 68th Annual Golden Globe nominations Tuesday morning.
The film starring Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush scored seven nominations including best film -- drama, best performance by an actor in a motion picture -- drama for Firth, best supporting actress in a motion picture for Carter and best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture for Rush.
"I'm truly grateful to be recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press for this film, and euphoric to be in the company of so many of my colleagues," Firth said.
"The Social Network" and "The Fighter" followed with six nominations each, including best film -- drama, joining "Inception" and "Black Swan."
Actors Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood joined Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Philip Berk on Tuesday to announce the nominations.
As many critics predicted, Natalie Portman scored recognition for best actress in a motion picture -- drama for her work in "Black Swan." Other nominees for best actress include Halle Berry for "Frankie and Alice," Nicole Kidman for "Rabbit Hole," Jennifer Lawrence for "Winter's Bone" and Michelle Williams for "Blue Valentine."
The Golden Globe nominees are...
Golden Globe movie nominations
* Golden Globes
* Entertainment Awards
Joining Firth in the best actor in a motion picture nominations were Jesse Eisenberg for "The Social Network," James Franco for "127 Hours," Ryan Gosling for "Blue Valentine" and Mark Wahlberg for "The Fighter."
On the small screen, familiar names such as "Glee," "30 Rock" and "Modern Family" snagged nominations in the best TV series -- comedy category, along with "The Big C," "Nurse Jackie" and "The Big Bang Theory."
Last year's winner for best actor in a comedy TV series, Jim Parsons from "The Big Bang Theory," was again nominated and joined by Alec Baldwin for "30 Rock," Steve Carell for "The Office," Thomas Jane for "Hung" and Matthew Morrison for "Glee."
Baldwin expressed his joy with the nominations.
"'30 Rock' is back, bigger and better than ever," he said. "We are very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press."
This year's nominees for the best TV drama series include "Dexter," "The Good Wife" and "Mad Men" as well as newcomers "Boardwalk Empire" and "The Walking Dead."
Actor Johnny Depp pulled off a double nomination in the category for best actor in a motion picture -- comedy or musical for his role in both "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Tourist."
British comic Ricky Gervais will return to host the Globes award ceremony, which will air live January 16 on NBC.
Gervais said he will push the envelope even more than he did when he hosted the last show and took jabs at NBC and the Foreign Press Association.
"I don't think I was too bad," Gervais told reporters last week about his first turn hosting. "I don't think I went far enough."
The following is a full list of the nominees: Details here