BC-Entertainment Advisory-Golden Globes
Hollywood’s 2019 awards season kicks off with the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 6, in a show that will undoubtedly draw comparisons to last year’s ceremony dominated by #MeToo moments. Hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg will lead the show, which will honor achievements in film and television. This year’s show is not without changes — the Globes are unveiling a new statuette and a new honor for television luminaries, aptly named for its first recipient, Carol Burnett. The leading nominee this year is “Vice,” which has a narrow lead over awards season favorites like Bradley Cooper’s tear-jerking revival “A Star Is Born,” the interracial road-trip drama “Green Book” and the period romp “The Favourite.” The AP plans all-formats coverage of the show, which will air live on NBC. Here’s our coverage plan.
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GOLDEN GLOBES-WHAT’S NEXT: To misquote “A Star Is Born,” awards shows were far from shallow in 2018. Many confronted sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry head on, but as a new year kicks off with the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday one question lingers: Will it continue for another year? By AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 932 words, photos.
GOLDEN GLOBES-PRESENTERS: The first presenters for Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards are announced. They include Michael B. Jordan, Ben Stiller, Idris Elba and Jamie Lee Curtis. SENT: 130 words, photos.
GOLDEN GLOBES HOSTS: Golden Globe hosts Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh discuss their plans for the 76th annual awards show. By Entertainment Writer Jonathan Landrum. UPCOMING: 450 words by 6 p.m., photos.
GOLDEN GLOBES-PREVIEW: Dramatic period pieces will vie for the top comedy-musical awards and song-stuffed movies are poised to dominate the dramatic categories. Welcome to the 71st annual Golden Globes. Category confusion often reigns at the Globes. But this Sunday’s ceremony might feel especially upside down. Even one of the show’s co-hosts, Sanda Oh, is expected to win an award, too. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. UPCOMING: 700 words by 11 a.m. EST, photos.
GOLDEN GLOBES-ASIAN REPRESENTATION — The Golden Globes the awards telecast will seem like a big leap forward with nominations for “Crazy Rich Asians” and the historic decision to make Sandra Oh a co-host. The question is whether the recognition heaped on “Crazy Rich Asians” and Oh is another sign of a real seismic shift for Asians in Hollywood after decades of struggling to get leading, mainstream roles while dealing with stereotypes, “whitewashing” and other tropes that have been the norm for so long. By Terry Tang. UPCOMING: 950 words, photos.
SEAN PENN-GALA: Sean Penn’s annual star-studded Haiti benefit honors Anderson Cooper on the eve of the Golden Globes. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. Eds: Developing from evening program. UPCOMING: 500 words, photos by 3 a.m. on Sunday.
GOLDEN GLOBES — “Vice” comes in the leading nominee but Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” is poised to dominate the 71st annual Golden Globes. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. A laydown will move early Sunday with updates beginning with red carpet arrivals around 7 p.m. EDT. Photos.
This is the evening’s running mainbar. The laydown will be updated with a writethru beginning around 6 p.m. with arrivals and other color prior to the show. Further updates with key winners, color and other newsy elements will move throughout the ceremony, beginning with the first presentations at about 8:10 p.m. A wrapup lead will move as soon as the show ends about 11 p.m. All versions of the mainbar will blend winners (including brief mention of main TV winners), context, perspective, color and buzz, offering a wide-angle view of the evening, which is as much a boozy Hollywood party as it is an award show.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-THE LATEST — Short updates from arrivals to final credits, blending key winners and color items throughout the evening. The Latest feed will be updated continually beginning at about 5 p.m. by AP reporters located around the Globes venue, including the red carpet, fan bleachers, ballroom table and backstage. UPCOMING Sunday: Up to 2,000 words, photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-FASHION — A look at the evening’s red-carpet fashion and how a plan by many actresses to wear black as part of an anti-sexual harassment protest plays out. By Leanne Italie. UPCOMING Sunday: About 600 words by 8 p.m., with another update by 9 p.m., photos, a photo gallery and video. A winners and losers list will run for the overnight cycle.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-LIST — Running list of winners. UPCOMING Sunday: About 400 words by 11 p.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-TV — A look at the winners and losers in the Globes’ TV categories. Updates planned midway through the ceremony and again at its conclusion. By Media Writer David Bauder. UPCOMING Sunday: About 600 words by 11:30 p.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-CAROL BURNETT — Carol Burnett accepts a new Golden Globes honor for luminaries from the television industry, an honor aptly named after Burnett. By Amanda Lee Myers. UPCOMING Sunday. About 300 words by 11 p.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-BRIDGES— Jeff Bridges accepts this year’s Cecil B. DeMille honorary award. By Jonathan Landrum Jr. UPCOMING Sunday: About 300 words by 10:30 p.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-(KEYWORD) — Separates on merits of about 200-300 words on the foreign film winner and others as appropriate. These items will expand on the quick treatment given the winners in The Latest, providing acceptance and perhaps later backstage quotes, as well as added context and background. With photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-MOMENTS — A collection of show vignettes we’ll be talking about on Monday morning. By Entertainment Writer Jocelyn Noveck. UPCOMING Monday: About 600 words by 1 a.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-NOTEBOOK — A chunky collection of colorful behind-the-scenes blurbs from the star-studded Beverly Hilton ballroom. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. UPCOMING Monday: About 500 words by 7 a.m., photos.
— GOLDEN GLOBES-RATINGS — A look at the show’s overnight ratings on Monday afternoon compared to previous years. UPCOMING Monday: About 200 words by 3 p.m., photos.
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Coverage: AP Invision will provide complete coverage of the Golden Globes that includes the red carpet, the ballroom, the pressroom and various after-parties, including InStyle/Warner Bros., HBO, FOX and Amazon. A continuous selection of photos will be made available on PhotoStream beginning at about 6 p.m. with arrivals. Additional imagery will be available on the AP Images website. There are no restrictions on this content.
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Coverage: Video will move setup/scene and first red carpet arrivals on our Global Video Wire (GVW) at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 7 (0000 GMT Jan. 8). First fashion highlights are expected at approximately 8:30pm, first arrivals highlights are expected at approximately 9:30pm, show highlights are expected at approximately 12:30am (please adhere to Globes show restrictions in scripts,) and backstage reaction will move at approximately 01:30 am ET on Jan. 8. Online video customers will get a recap of fashion and show highlights by 3 a.m. (0800 GMT Jan. 8).
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Coverage: BNC will pull sound from telecast. Cuts and wraps will be filed to AP Radio affiliates after telecast and for morning drive.
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AP will tweet updates from the @AP and @APEntertainment Twitter accounts. AP journalists will also be tweeting text, photos and video from the Globes on their individual accounts, some of which will be retweeted on the AP accounts.
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