UPDATE: More Golden Globes presenters have been announced. They include Cole Hauser, Harvey Guillén, Henry Golding, Hilary Swank, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Jenna Ortega, Jennifer Coolidge, Letitia Wright, Mo Brings Plenty, Regina Hall and Salma Hayek Pinault.
As previously revealed, the lineup for the Jan. 10 festivities also includes Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Niecy Nash-Betts, Ana Gasteyer, Billy Porter, Colman Domingo, Natasha Lyonne, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Nicole Byer, Quentin Tarantino and Tracy Morgan.
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As Variety was first to report, several nominees expected to appear at the ceremony include Austin Butler (“Elvis”); “The Fabelmans” team of Steven Spielberg, Michelle Williams and Tony Kushner; and, most likely, Daniel Craig (“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”). The team behind animated film nominee “Turning Red,” including director Domee Shi, is expected, as is “Decision to Leave” director Park Chan-wook, whose film is up for best non-English language film. “All Quiet on the Western Front” stars Felix Kammerer and Daniel Brühl are also on the list.
TV nominees who will be in the room include Kevin Costner (“Yellowstone”), Sheryl Lee Ralph (“Abbott Elementary”), double-nominee Julia Garner (“Ozark” and “Inventing Anna”), Niecy Nash (“Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”), Elizabeth Debicki (“The Crown’), “Hacks” co-stars Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder, Jenna Ortega (“Wednesday”), Kaley Cuoco (“The Flight Attendant”), Jessica Chastain (“George & Tammy”) and Jeremy Allen White (“The Bear”). Andrew Garfield (“Under the Banner of Heaven”) is likely to attend.
After facing a nearly two-year backlash following critiques about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s lack of diversity among its membership and complaints of unethical business practices, the Globes seeks to reestablish itself as one of Hollywood’s hottest awards ceremonies, with potential to influence voting for the Oscars and SAG Awards.
“The Whale” star Brendan Fraser is the only nominee who has publicly said he would not attend because of his past experience with the HFPA. There will be other no-shows, but not necessarily because of issues with the organization. Hugh Jackman (“The Son”) will be in New York, where he is starring on Broadway in “The Music Man.” John Lithgow (“The Old Man”) is shooting in Europe, while Diego Luna (“Andor”) is most likely going to sit this one out because he’s in production for Season 2 of the “Star Wars” series.
The HFPA also announced Monday that Sony Music Masterworks recording artist, composer, producer and activist Chloe Flower will appear during the telecast and will release a new song, “Golden Hour,” inspired by her participation.
The three-hour telecast, airing live on NBC and Peacock from the Beverly Hilton, will be hosted by Emmy winner Jerrod Carmichael. The evening will include tributes to Ryan Murphy, who will receive the fourth Carol Burnett Award, and Eddie Murphy, who is being honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Dick Clark Productions and Jesse Collins Entertainment will produce in conjunction with the HFPA, with Collins and Dionne Harmon on board as executive producers.
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