The 2021 Golden Globes will have an unprecedented edition.
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This year’s awards season will be very different from anything we know of due to the pandemic by coronavirus and the Golden Globes they will be the first to feel the changes. However, this will not stop the Hollywood Foreign Press Association from choosing the best films and series of the past year. And so you don’t miss any details We tell you everything you need to know about the 78th edition of the Golden Globes.
1. When are the 2021 Golden Globes?
They were usually held in the first days of January or a little later, however this time the Golden Globes will be held next February 28th. The organization has also had to make some changes regarding the transfers of the guests. There will be two different locations for the awards; one at the traditional Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles and another at the top of Rockefeller Center in New York.
2. Where and what time to see the gala?
The ceremony will air live on NBC at 8:00 p.m. ET, will last three hours and two hours before you can see the Red carpet from the Beverly Hills Hotel, where some stars will model their best outfits. In Latin America the gala will be available for TNT and on your TNT Go service at the same time. Too you can follow the coverage at the moment through social networks with the hashtag #GoldenGlobes.
3. Who will present the delivery?
The presenters Tina fey Y Amy poehler They will return for the fourth time to present the ceremony, however it will not be as everyone expects. Fey will be in New York, while Poehler will be in Los Angeles, will be a partially virtual delivery and although not many details have been given, they are expected to make connections with different artists throughout the evening.
4. Who are the nominees?
The list of nominees for the Golden Globes It was unveiled on February 3, some of the titles were already favorites on social networks, however there were a couple of surprises that were made with a place. In this edition Netflix was the one who swept the nominations, taking 22; six correspond to his feature film in black and white Mank which includes best film, the same number is for the series The Crown.
On this occasion, three women made history by being recognized in the category of best director; Emerald Fennell, Regina King, and Chloe Zhao They compete for the award alongside David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin. Among other names that stand out are that of Chadwick boseman (who died last year from cancer) and that of Sacha Baron Cohen for his drama and comedy roles. For his part Olivia colman Y Emma corrin, both of The Crown, compete for the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
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