LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Newest on the Golden Globe ceremony (all instances native):
The leaders of the group that provides out the Golden Globes is vowing change, and variety, after stories that the group has no Black voting members.
Early within the Globes ceremony on Sunday evening, three senior leaders of the Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation took the stage and mentioned they might do higher.
Vice President Helen Hoehne mentioned “we acknowledge we have now our personal work to do” and, “We will need to have Black journalists in our group.”
Board chair Meher Tatna mentioned, “We have to insure that every one under-represented communities get a seat at our desk, and we’re going to make that occur.”
HFPA president Ali Sar says that “means creating an setting the place various membership is the norm, not the exception,” and “we look ahead to a extra various future.”
In tales within the run-up to the present, the Los Angeles Instances and The New York Instances reported that the HFPA’s membership of 87 journalists consists of no Black voters.
Catherine O’Hara has ridden “Schitt’s Creek” to a Golden Globe.
O’Hara gained the Globe for greatest actress in a musical or comedy collection on Sunday, signaling what could also be one other huge evening for “Schitt’s Creek.” The present, co-created by and co-starring Eugene Levy and his son Daniel Levy, swept the comedy classes on the Emmys.
From a sofa in a distant location, O’Hara praised the Levys for “an inspiring, humorous, lovely household love story through which they let me put on 100 wigs and communicate like an alien.”
The 66-year-old O’Hara is greater than 30 years older than all the fellow nominees she beat: Kaley Cuoco, Elle Fanning, Lily Collins and Jane Levy.
The winner of the Golden Globe for greatest supporting actor in a movie is Daniel Kaluuya for his work in “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
Kaluuya’s acceptance speech couldn’t be heard from his location at first, and he jokingly shouted “You probably did me soiled!” as soon as the audio was restored.
On an evening when the group that provides out the Golden Globes is going through condemnation for having no Black voting members, the evening’s first award went to a Black actor.
Kaluuya didn’t point out the difficulty immediately in his acceptance, although he praised the person he performed to win the award, Clean Panther chief Fred Hampton, who was was killed in an FBI raid in 1969.
The actor was nominated in 2018 for his main position in “Get Out.”
He topped fellow nominees Leslie Odom Jr., Sacha Baron Cohen, Invoice Murray and Jared Leto.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler started the pandemic-era Golden Globe Awards on Sunday evening, delivering a split-screen opening from separate coasts.
With Poehler on the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, and Fey in New York’s Rainbow Room on Sunday evening, the 2 did an preliminary gag the place Fey reached out by way of the display and stroked Poehler’s hair.
The Globes, usually a loose-and-boozy get together that serves because the kickoff for Hollywood’s awards season, has been beset with issues past the coronavirus main as much as this yr’s ceremony. They embody a revelation within the Los Angeles Instances that the Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation, which supplies out the awards, has no Black voting members within the group.
Fey took a shot on the group within the present opening, explaining to the 2 small dwell audiences made up of first responders and important employees that “the Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation is made up of round 90 no black journalists.”
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