Bruce Springsteen Nominated for a Golden Globe Award
Bruce Springsteen is nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the category of Best Song for a motion picture for “Addicted to Romance.”
Springsteen has stiff competition from the Barbie movie, with three songs from the movie comprising half the nominees. Dua Lipa and co-writers Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Caroline Allin are up for “Dance The Night,” while Ronson and Wyatt each snag a second nod for the Ryan Gosling-sung “I’m Just Ken,” with Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell nominated for “What Was I Made For?”
Other contenders in that category include Lenny Kravitz for “Road To Freedom” from Rustin, and the team behind Jack Black’s viral Super Mario Bros. hit “Peaches” — Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond, and John Spiker.
Addicted to Romance” was written for the movie “She Came to Me,” co-starring Peter Dinklage, Marisa Tomei and Anne Hathaway.
The song, which features Springsteen’s wife and E Street Band member Patti Scialfa on vocals, also includes Ron Aniello on keyboards and production, Benjamin Lanz on trombone, Kyle Resnick on trumpet, Bryce Dessner producing the orchestra, and André De Ridder conducting the orchestra.
The film “tells the story of composer Steven Lauddem (Peter Dinklage), who is creatively blocked and unable to finish the score for his highly anticipated comeback opera. At the behest of his wife Patricia (Anne Hathaway), formerly his therapist, he sets out in search of inspiration. What he discovers is much more than he bargained for or ever imagined,” according to a release.