BEVERLY HILLS (AP) - Lincoln is known for believing that all men are created equal, but that doesn't apply to movies. "Lincoln" leads all films with seven Golden Globe nominations, including best drama. Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones and Steven Spielberg are also nominated. "Argo" and "Django Unchained" have five nominations apiece. They're also up for best drama, along with "Life of Pi" and "Zero Dark Thirty." "Les Miz" is up for best musical or comedy and Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackson are nominated for their acting. Other acting nominees are Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Denzel Washington, Bill Murray and Jack Black. Nicole Kidman has two nominations, one for the movie "The Paperboy" and the other for the miniseries "Hemingway and Gellhorn." Taylor Swift was nominated on her 23rd birthday for co-writing a song for "The Hunger Games." Winners will be announced January 13th.