The Feb. 28 show will reunite several nominees and winners from last awards season. Joaquin Phoenix, Cynthia Erivo, Renée Zellweger and Awkwafina are also among the first batch of presenters announced Wednesday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Wiig and Mumolo’s latest film, “Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar,” was released last weekend and some are already calling the campy film a cult classic. It comes 10 years after the pair’s hit “Bridesmaids.”
The Globes will be bicoastal for the first time with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler serving as hosts. Fey will host live from New York and Poehler from Beverly Hills, California.
Jane Fonda will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award, which honors outstanding contributions in entertainment. She’s won Golden Globes for her roles in “Klute,” “Julia” and “Coming Home.”
Norman Lear will be honored with the Carol Burnett Award, a counterpart to the DeMille Award that focuses on life achievement in television. The writer, director and producer is a six-time Golden Globe winner.
Netflix dominated the nominations earlier this month, with its film “Mank” and its series “The Crown” the leading nominees.
The awards show, usually held in early January, was pushed back to late February amid the global pandemic. Similarly, the Academy Awards were originally scheduled to air in February but have been pushed back to April 25.
For the upcoming Oscars, a feature film must now have a qualifying release date between Jan. 1, 2020, and Feb. 28, 2021. For this year only, movies that premiere on streaming platforms will be eligible in Oscar categories.
The Critics Choice Association also announced that the 26th annual Critics’ Choice Awards will air live March 7. The BAFTA awards have moved to April 11 and also changed eligibility rules so that films whose theatrical releases were curtailed or switched to online-only releases will be eligible for consideration.
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