With the 68th annual Golden Globes a little more than a week away, it's time to find out what famous faces we'll be seeing onstage January 16 from the Beverly Hilton Hotel — in addition to the nominees, of course.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday (January 4) via Twitter the names of three presenters. The lucky lady and gentlemen are: new "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez, "Twilight" superstar Robert Pattinson and "True Grit" actor Matt Damon. It was not announced for which categories Lopez and Pattinson will present, but Damon will present the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime-achievement award to Robert De Niro.
The annual event, which is one of the few awards shows to recognize achievements in both television and film, is always a star-studded affair. Katie Holmes, Blair Underwood and Josh Duhamel announced the nominations back in December, which singled out "The King's Speech," starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter, with seven nods in categories including Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Director. "Black Swan" and "The Social Network" were the next most-nominated films, with four nods each. Many critics agreed that the most surprising nominations went to Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie for the "The Tourist," which received lukewarm reviews.
In the world of television, "Glee" was once again the most-nominated TV series, followed by critical darlings and award favorites "30 Rock" and "Mad Men."
The 68th annual Golden Globe Awards will air live Sunday, January 16, at 8 p.m. ET, hosted by awards-show scene stealer and "Office" creator Ricky Gervais.
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