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Harrelson plugs new film during Globe nominations

Woody Harrelson speaks onstage during the 69th annual Golden Globe Award Nominations on Dec. 15, 2011, in Beverly Hills, California. Getty

(CBS/AP) Woody Harrelson used the early-morning Golden Globes nominations announcement to plug his new movie.

The actor was among the stars helping the Hollywood Foreign Press Association reveal nominees Thursday for the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards, and he appeared to include his yet-to-be-released police drama "Rampart" in the best picture category.

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As he read the nominees for best dramatic film, Harrelson said, "Rampart,"' followed by a long pause, "opens January 27, but I don't see it on the list here."

"Rampart" also stars Steve Buscemi, Robin Wright, Anne Heche, Sigourney Weaver, Ice Cube, Cynthia Nixon and others.

Set in 1999 Los Angeles, "Rampart" follows veteran police officer Dave Brown, portrayed by Harrelson, as he works to take care of his family, and struggles for his own survival.

As for the real 2012 best drama film nominees, they include "The Descendants," "The Help," "Hugo," "The Ides of March," "Moneyball" and "War Horse."

Harrelson, along with Gerard Butler, Sofia Vergara and Rashida Jones, made the announcement at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where the Golden Globe Awards will be presented Jan. 15, 2012.

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