Ready or not, a awards shows are coming, and a 74th Golden Globe Awards ceremony will flog off a 2017 awards deteriorate on Sunday night. You have questions, and we have answers.
WHAT TIME DOES THE SHOW START? AND ON WHAT CHANNEL?
The ceremony, holding place during a common locale, a Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, will atmosphere live from seashore to seashore on NBC from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific time.
WHO IS HOSTING?
Jimmy Fallon will be bringing his code of nice-guy amusement to a proceedings, replacing final year’s scathing four-time horde Ricky Gervais. It’ll be a “Saturday Night Live” alum’s initial time hosting a boozy affair, but not his entrance during a helm of a high-profile rite — he hosted a Emmy Awards in 2010, when a uncover aired on NBC.
“The Golden Globes are sparkling for me to horde since we get to wear this tuxedo I’m already practicing wearing each singular night and only handing out awards to pointless people,” Fallon quipped in a TV spot.
Incidentally, a funnyman has won 4 Primetime Emmy Awards, though has nonetheless to be nominated for a Golden Globe.
WHO ARE THE NOMINEES?
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., that began as a handful of L.A.-based overseas reporters in a 1950s though now represents 56 countries, selects a nominees and winners for a ceremony, that awards recipients opposite movies, radio and music.
In film, “Hacksaw Ridge,” “Hell or High Water,” “Lion,” “Manchester by a Sea” and “Moonlight” were nominated for best play picture, and “20th Century Women,” “Deadpool,” “Florence Foster Jenkins,” “La La Land” and “Sing Street” were nominated for musical or comedy design category.
In television, “The Crown,” “Game of Thrones,” “Stranger Things,” “This Is Us” and “Westworld” warranted nods in a play category, while “Atlanta,” “black-ish,” “Mozart in a Jungle,” “Transparent” and “Veep” were comparison among a year’s best comedies. “American Crime,” “The Dresser,” “The Night Manager,” “The Night Of” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” are adult for limited array or TV movie.
A important discuss goes out to “Florence Foster Jenkins” star Meryl Streep, who is set to attend a uncover as this year’s recipient of a Cecil B. DeMille Award for “outstanding contributions to a universe of entertainment.” The 67-year-old singer — a three-time Oscar leader — has warranted 29 Golden Globe nominations in her 40-plus year career in film and has won eight.
You can distance up the finish list of nominees here. Once you’ve given that a gander, go forward and make your picks with our play-at-home ballot. And only for fun, take a demeanour during our literary beam to a Globes, that outlines nominees who went from page to screen.
Still wish some-more things to click on? Check out our beautiful portraits of this year’s nominees.
WHAT ARE YOUR PREDICTIONS?
Los Angeles Times proprietor awards consultant Glenn Whipp summarized his picks for this year’s winners, explaining because he was ripped over dual best play nominees and because a TV winners customarily yield a evening’s best fodder.
It’s a toss-up between dual critically acclaimed indie dramas: The safer collect is grief-stricken “Manchester by a Sea,” though the coming-of-age story “Moonlight” appears to be a film of a moment. In a film behaving races, Whipp suspects that “Manchester” star Casey Affleck and “Jackie” star Natalie Portman will win a play awards.
Sorry, “Deadpool.” The musical “La La Land” is approaching to win large opposite a low-pitched or comedy categories, including best lead actor and singer for a headliners, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
In radio drama, Netflix’s Queen Elizabeth array “The Crown” is approaching to win best TV drama, coronating a star, Claire Foy, with a best singer title. Meanwhile, “Goliath” lead Billy Bob Thornton looks to be a shoo-in for a best actor win.
In TV comedy, pierce over, “Mr. Robot.” FX’s rookie array “Atlanta” is approaching to take a tip honor, with a star Donald Glover winning a best actor race. Issa Rae of “Insecure” might follow in a footsteps of best singer predecessors Gina Rodriguez and Rachel Bloom if a Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. repeats a tradition of awarding newcomers in television.
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