Kristen Bell, Nicole Kidman, Richard Gere, Taron Egerton, Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz will be among those presenting this year’s Golden Globe Awards, it was announced Thursday.
Those actors are the latest presenters revealed in the days-long rollout leading up to Sunday’s awards show.
Bell and Kidman, who star in NBC’s hit comedy “The Good Place” and the crime thriller film “Destroyer,” respectively, each have acting nominations in this year’s ceremony. As do Colman and Weisz, who are nominated for their work in the period film “The Favourite.”
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It’s a wrap on the 2019 Golden Globes, but awards season is just getting started.
With Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards all fast approaching, The Times decided to quiz awards season veterans including Oscar winner Rachel Weisz and Emmy winner Ben Stiller about their secret survival tips for getting through the endless line of parties, press and award ceremonies that come with the territory.
So what beauty product does Weiz swear by? What words of wisdom did Stiller have to share? What’s the biggest of advice singer Troye Sivan has received so far? Watch the video to find out all that and more.
Michelle Yeoh talks about the success of 'Crazy Rich Asians' and what that means to the Asian community.
Although “Crazy Rich Asians” left the 76th Golden Globe Awards ceremony empty-handed, it still felt like a victorious night for the wildly successful romantic comedy.
Sandra Oh, who was the first person of Asian descent to host the ceremony and also took home the award for lead actress in a drama series, wasted no time in the opening monologue praising “Crazy Rich Asians” for its impressive box-office haul and its multiple nominations (while also making a joke about the “Asian flush”).
Before the show, The Times spoke with star Michelle Yeoh about the deeper impact of the film’s commercial and critical success.
At 9 p.m., Taylor Swift was brought through a side entrance to the Fox party. Her security guards escorted her directly to a booth in the back corner, where she met her boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn.
She joined him and his "Favourite" costar Emma Stone, who was flanked by her beau, "SNL" writer Dave McCary. Two of Swift's bodyguards surrounded the booth, blocking her from partygoers’ view so they couldn't snap photos.
Servers quickly realized how important the guests were when a supervisor instructed them to retrieve a champagne bucket and bring it to the booth.
What’s left to do after pulling off one of the most shocking Golden Globe victories of the evening? Hit the after-parties!
That’s just what surprise lead actress in a motion picture, drama winner Glenn Close did. And she wasn’t alone. Other winners who stopped by the official after-party included Mahershala Ali, Olivia Colman, Patricia Clarkson and Octavia Spencer.
Click through our after-party gallery to see more A-list photos (and to see Colman get her Golden Globe engraved.)
A number of TV newcomers were honored along with old favorites by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. on Sunday night at the Golden Globes.
Netflix’s freshman show “The Kominsky Method” won two awards, including comedy series, tying with the FX limited series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” as the night’s most honored program, while the final season of FX’s “The Americans,” a critical darling that had been overlooked by the Globes, won for drama series. And comedy legend Carol Burnett became the first recipient of the HFPA’s lifetime achievement award in TV, which is named in her honor.
Although the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. stuck to its habit of honoring the new, the British and the streaming, the organization spread the honors around, handing out awards to an array of shows including Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Showtime’s “Escape at Dannemora,” Netflix’s “Bodyguard’ and “A Very English Scandal” on Amazon.
It was a mix of business as usual and overwhelming sea change at the 76th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, where the film and television industry gathered to celebrate themselves — and be seen by one another at the crowded Beverly Hilton bar during commercial breaks — on live television.
The red carpet, which was more like a women’s march last year thanks to the #TimesUp movement and conversations about representation, sexism and sexual harassment, had reverted back to a nonpoliticized space, where Ryan Seacrest was safe once again to ask: “Gaga, who are you wearing?” “Diamonds by Tiffany!”
But once inside, it was clear why Hollywood appeared to have taken a step back from the fervent social activism of the past few years: the race and gender equality they’d fought for was evident everywhere.
The Golden Globes are known for a relatively relaxed environment full of as much glamour and beauty as there is imbibing and comedy.
The hair and makeup donned by celebrities who walk down the red carpet tends to follow suit. The beauty looks at the 76th Golden Globes Awards were no exception except for a few head-turning (and eyebrow-raising) choices.
The vibe at this year’s awards was effortless. Shellacked-into-place up-dos were nowhere in sight. As were outlandish lip colors or overwrought eye makeup.