Historical dramas Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon and Maestro scored nominations on Monday for top honors at Hollywood's Golden Globe awards.
The movies will compete for best film drama at a red-carpet ceremony in January, the kick-off to the Hollywood awards season.
Pink-fueled doll adventure Barbie, the year's biggest box office hit, was nominated for best comedy or musical film alongside American Fiction, The Holdovers and others.
Oppenheimer stars Cillian Murphy as the man behind the creation of the atomic bomb. Martin Scorsese's Flower Moon tells the story of the murder of American Indians in Oklahoma in the 1920s. Bradley Cooper plays composer Leonard Bernstein in Maestro and also directed the film.