That, though, is still very strong for the Golden Globes, which has worked to shed an image of eccentric selections made by a group of little-known global journalists.
All of Hollywood, from both film and television, will once again descend on Sunday for the slightly more fun and loose of the major award-season celebrations, the Golden Globes.
The show doesn't start until 8 p.m. ET, but NBC is set to start airing red-carpet interviews at 7 as stars arrive outside the Beverly Hilton. The Globes aren't only a celebration of the best in TV and film, a lead-up of sorts to the Oscars, and a final hurrah before facing the Academy, but it also acts as an arena for those best actresses and actors in TV and film to throw their carefully crafted media training to the wind.
Sadly for many, the Amy & Tina Show is on hiatus this year.
Gervais slammed a pre-meltdown Charlie Sheen, characterized Gibson as an anti-Semite, introduced Bruce Willis as "Ashton Kutcher's dad" and brought Robert Downey Jr. to the stage as an actor probably known best "from such facilities as the Betty Ford Clinic and Los Angeles County jail".
Previously announced presenters include Amy Adams, Eddie Redmayne, Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx and Amy Schumer.
Award shows can be boring.
But don't count out George Miller's full-throttled "Mad Max: Fury Road" or Alejandro González Iñárritu's visceral frontier epic "The Revenant", whose grueling wintertime shoot has impressed some critics.
Soon to be celebrating with her is her father, Doctor Reginald Wilson, who we caught up with right before he hopped on a flight from Little Rock to Hollywood.
"The only thing that could stop two-time Globe victor Leonardo DiCaprio is a growing annoyance at the 'see how much he suffered!' campaign, which could help the eminently likeable Cranston", The Wrap wrote.
With the latest incidents, the Palestinian death toll since the beginning of the latest unrest late a year ago increased to 149. The assailants in Gush Etzion were named as Ahmed Kawazbeh, 21, Muhanad Kawazbeh, 20, and Alaa Kawazbeh, 20.
Tonya Couch appeared Friday before a Judge Wayne Salvant in a Tarrant County courtroom, according to the Associated Press. According to the Denver Post, Ethan Couch is still being held in Mexico City, awaiting deportation.
The British press nicknamed him "Jihadi Junior" and a London man told Channel 4 Tuesday that he boy was his grandson. British officials say up to 800 Britons have traveled to Iraq and Syria, some to join ISIL.
Wisconsin missed a buzzer-beating 3-pointer, because it does not have Melo Trimble, and the No. 3 Terps hung on for a 63-60 win. He picked up a second foul with 5 minutes remaining in the first half, checking out with 4 points and 2 steals in 8 minutes.
He also interviewed this year with the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns for their head coaching jobs . In Cutler's only season with Gase and Loggains, he posted a single-season career-best 92.3 passer rating.
Speaking in Dover, he shook his head in frustration discussing the plight of single mothers in Florida when he became governor. In late November, Trump seemed to mock a New York Times reporter, Serge Kovaleski, who is physically disabled.
Hundreds of thousands of workers were getting laid off... another one million Americans would have lost their jobs", he said. The White House announcement hinted the president may make other stops in Detroit but said details would be provided later.
Police try to determine identity of Paris police attacker
In that attack, three men with automatic rifles killed 12 people, because they had published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. A civilian named Nora Borria said that she wasn't able to get to her home because of the barricades set up by the police.
Rubio Blasts GOP Rivals, 'Liar' Clinton in Speech
In contrast with Rubio's soft spot for football, his team pointed out the Texas senator's love of pop culture and impressions. The five-foot-ten presidential hopeful is wearing boots with two-inch heels to get a leg up on his taller rivals.
Wages Fall Although Economy Adds 292k Jobs in December
Most economists expect US consumer spending will offset any overseas drag, though many forecast only modest overall growth. In a note to clients, Citi previewed today's jobs report by calling it the "least important payrolls report in a while".
Trio quit in protest after UK Labour reshuffle
He said he could not "endorse the world view of the Stop the War Coalition", which Jeremy Corbyn chaired. Jonathan Reynolds and Stephen Doughty quit over the sacking of the shadow Europe minister Pat McFadden.
Egypt hotel attack victims stable, witness recounts ordeal
An Islamic State affiliate claimed another attack on Thursday at a hotel in Cairo , near the Pyramids, but no one was injured. One assailant was killed and another apprehended during the police operation, the Egyptian Interior Ministry said.
Russian Doctor Accused Of Punching Patient To Death
Yelena Kozyreva, of the local investigations committee claims they do not believe the doctor's actions were malicious. A video recoded in a Russian state hospital shows a conflict between a doctor and a patient which ends tragically.
Manziel wore disguise in Las Vegas
Manziel also didn't show up for a 9 a.m. appointment Sunday with the team's doctor , King reported. "He's very talented. Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was reportedly caught partying in Las Vegas during New Year's weekend.