Entertainment A Hollywood wary of Trump readies for 74th Golden Globes

18:50  08 january  2017
18:50  08 january  2017 Source:   MSN

The Latest: Another day of sun for LA at Golden Globes

  The Latest: Another day of sun for LA at Golden Globes BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - The latest from Sunday's 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California (all times local): 2:30 p.m. Stars arriving at Sunday's Golden Globes are being met with brilliant sunshine — the clearest and warmest afternoon in LA in many days. A clear plastic rain cover over the red carpet has proved entirely unnecessary, and is only heightening heat that's in the upper 70s. Rains that have soaked much of California and might have dampened Sunday's festivities are now not expected to arrive until hours after the show is over.

The 74 th Golden Globe Awards ceremony (also known as The Golden Globes ) is an upcoming awarding event to honor the best in film and American television of 2016 and is scheduled to take place on January 8, 2017 at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills

PerezHilton CocoPerez Mariah Carey The Bachelor Trump Kim K. PerezTV. Monday morning marked a big day in Hollywood as Anna Kendrick, Don Cheadle, and Laura Dern announced the nominees for the 74 th Golden Globes . We've already shown you a few of the big snubs and surprises… but now it's time to celebrate with your favorite celebs!

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Awards are set to be presented at Sunday night's Golden Globes, where speeches about Donald Trump and wins for the Los Angeles musical "La La Land" look like the night's surest things.

Jimmy Fallon will emcee this year's show, to be broadcast live from Beverly Hills by NBC at 8 p.m. EST. It's the first time in a decade that someone other than Ricky Gervais or the duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler is hosting the Globes.

Though usually a boisterous affair, Trump's upcoming inauguration is looming over this year's ceremony. Throughout Hollywood's awards season, many celebs have evoked a sense of dread over a Trump presidency.

"La La Land" has a leading seven nods and a seeming lock on the best picture award for a musical or comedy.

Robert De Niro Pens Letter to Meryl Streep Praising Golden Globes Speech: "It Needed to Be Said" .
Robert De Niro Pens Letter to Meryl Streep Praising Golden Globes Speech: "It Needed to Be Said""What you said was great," De Niro wrote in the letter, which was posted online by People and confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter. "It needed to be said, and you said it beautifully. I have so much respect for you that you did it while the world was celebrating your achievements. I share your sentiments about punks and bullies. Enough is enough.

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