In a career with a remarkable, multigenerational longevity, Jeff Bridges has gone from playing earnest, flaky young men to wizened, flaky older men in movies ranging from “The Last Picture Show” and “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot” on to “The Big Lebowski,” “Crazy Heart,” “True Grit” and “Hell or High Water.”
Sunday night, Bridges received the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.’s lifetime achievement honor.
In accepting the prize, Bridges gave a speech full of infectiously spaced-out energy, exhorting the crowd at one point, “We’re all alive, right here, right now. This is happening! We’re alive!”
Is there a better way to wrap up a stunning outfit than with a fancy bow?
At Sunday’s Golden Globes at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Constance Wu, Charlize Theron, Danai Gurira and Nicole Kidman were among the celebrities who tied up their red-carpet style with ribbons looped on their dresses and in their hair.
Wu, nominated for her leading role in “Crazy Rich Asians” at the 76th awards ceremony, added a splash of color to her sheer beige gown by Vera Wang with an orange bow whose strings flowed from her waist all the way to the ground.