The Golden Age of Movie star Couple Fashion Is Right here

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Our fascination with the style of celebrity couples is one of those truths that sounds eternal. Be it Gwyneth and Brad, the iconic suits of Britney and Justin, and the red-carpet antics of the Beckhams, his brilliance just can’t be done on its own and proves that good things are indeed two.

The cool couples of the past spawned what we now like to call “couple goals,” and their influence has never really waned since then. In 2021 we are living in another golden age of couples.

Whether you noticed it or not, your favorite couples are everywhere. Your casual paparazzi shots will be turned into memes, shared in Instagram stories worldwide, and pinned on secret Pinterest boards.

After the pandemic, couples’ street style has reached new heights. Over a year spent without people has made us see people making out again – especially when they’re wearing excellent outfits.

Taking the perfect paparazzi photo might seem easy at first, but securing what we’d like to call “social media gold” isn’t that easy. Nowadays we want something ambitious – not unattainable. We also want to hold hands with an iced coffee or long walks through the park in suitable outfits. Celebrity couples are living our dream and we love seeing them through our screens.

To really cement our love of celebrity street style rebirth in 2021, let’s take a look at some of our favorite celebs who offer the best looks.

The new classics – Kaia Gerber & Jacob Elordi

Everything looks good when you’re tall and pretty, but with Kaia and Jacob it’s twice as difficult. Her simple off-duty looks are just the thing, perfectly worn denim and college sweaters are indispensable parts of her combined wardrobe. They’re the ultimate Gen-Z pair, and Gerber’s affinity for Celine, a matching training set and blazer, paired with Elordi’s love of Nike training shorts and baseball caps, make them the perfect mix of luxury and athleisure.

The Naturalists – Joaquin Phoenix & Rooney Mara

No couple exudes cool as effortlessly as Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara. They’re known to be shy of paparazzi, but were photographed walking barefoot in a karate class together in matching uniforms and are often spotted wearing the same shoes – a pair of classic, perfectly worn Converse Chuck Taylors. They might not even try, but somehow they always go together (which might not be that difficult if you only wear black and white).

After Phoenix won an Oscar, the two chewed burgers together in a flight of stairs, and the actor was also less cared for than spotted with a Redbull in one hand and a cigarette in the other. Maybe the secret of effortless cool just doesn’t matter.

The Curveballs – Channing Tatum & Zoe Kravitz

Excl - Channing Tatum and Zoe Kravitz first spotted together in New York City

What initially seemed like an unlikely pairing has turned out to be a source of social media gold. Channing has plunged headlong into his selection of vintage t-shirts to match Zoe’s hot and undisturbed energy and looks like an aspiring BMX rider who happens to be a 35 year old. Gone are the tight T-shirts and jeans from the days of Magic Mike, because now the actor is leaning towards “baggy and swaggy”. We’re not going to talk about his Met Gala tuxedo, however.

Whether riding a bike together or shopping at Whole Foods, these two serve up casual looks for every day of the week, and the fact that Tatum follows a handful of Zoe Kravitz fan accounts on Instagram means we’re all looking for this pair more than ever.

The Remake – Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck

Exclusive - Special Price - No Web - Ben Affleck and his partner Jennifer Lopez are very much in love on their yacht in the Bay of Monaco

Bennifer was THE couple between 2002 and 2004, and somehow they are still THE couple in 2021. Not only have they nailed the “unintentionally” matching looks and “surprise” paparazzi snapshots, they also pay homage to their iconic zero-year relationship. Imagine yourself being iconic enough to only refer to yourself. We are talking about this one replica of the unforgettable yacht image.

Their reunion seems to be a reflection of our time when remakes are second nature. We’re obsessed with everything Y2K, and brands like True Religion and Juicy Couture that are rebirth, and our favorite films that are remake or sequel – it only fits that one of the greatest couples of the 2000s had one too.

The Disruptors – Hailey & Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber treat themselves to a PDA while shopping!

If you could see how many people searched for “Hailey Bieber Street Style” in the past year, it would be millions. Hailey nailed the chic everyday look by pairing a $ 8,900 Bottega Veneta Teddy Shearling coat with a pair of humble Nike Air Force 1s.

Justin, on the other hand, has gone from being described as a real “scum brother” to being his husband-style. Today the singer mainly wears his own label Drew House, occasionally also cameos from other streetwear labels and his signature hotel slippers. The two perfectly embody the aesthetics of model girlfriend and streetwear boyfriend and their combined style evolution will go down in history.

The final boss – Rihanna & A $ AP Rocky

Celebrity Sightings in New York City - July 11, 2021

When it became known that Rihanna and A $ AP Rocky were dating, we were overwhelmed. Already style icons in their own right, the two have both worked in the fashion world with some of the top brands in the industry for years, but together they seem unstoppable. Drive up to the Met Gala in Balenciaga and ERL, shoot music videos together – whatever. It never gets boring and the two even share clothes.

When the photo of the two in neon fur, Rihanna in a bright pink coat and Rocky in a flashy lime green hat, came up, they literally broke the internet. The photo was everywhere and it was just the beginning of their reign as the most stylish couple in the world. You constantly cross borders and together we hope for unforgettable looks and many more iconic moments.

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Park Level 5-Miler able to have fun golden anniversary in type

Now that the 50th edition is planned for Thursday and few restrictions apply, the 5-mile and 2-mile walk to Park Point 2021 is planning a post-race party to celebrate its golden anniversary. The race, a creation by the North Shore Striders in 1972, will run down Minnesota Avenue and begin and end near Park Point Beach House.

The 5-miler starts at 6:30 p.m. while the 2-mile walk starts at 6:40 p.m. The party with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from Grandma’s Restaurant starts at 7:00 p.m. near the beach house with each finisher receiving a free drinks card.

The Park Point Kids’ Races, which are free and open to children aged 12 and under, start at 5:30 p.m. near the playground at Park Point.

“It’s super exciting and we’re incredibly grateful that we were able to keep 49th place last year,” said Race Director Greg Haapala. “Especially with the Park Point 5-Miler, it has the status of the oldest race in northern Minnesota. So if there was one race – outside of Grandma’s Marathon – that we could probably continue during that time, it was a coincidence that this one was the one we came back with.

A year ago, Haapala and the crew at Grandma’s Marathon spent about 14 hours outside at Park Point doing the 49th run of the 5-miler. which took place in socially distant waves all day between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. 200 people took part in the race in person, plus virtual participants.

“It was a very simple event, and this event started off as a very simple event – no frills, a few people running and enjoying the process,” said Haapala. “It was nice to come back to that and really, we’re closing for 2021 this year. It’s great that it’s the 50th and that the 50th we can again gather more than 500 people on one start line to celebrate this. “One. For many people, it will probably feel like normal for the first time. ”

Melissa Gacek of White Bear Lake, Minnesota, ran the 5-miler last year with the women’s best time of 31:01. She ran in one of the earlier waves that started around 8:30 am with only 10 other people. She didn’t find out she’d won the race until later that night.

Gacek, a two-time U.S. Olympic marathon qualifier who has run both the Grandma Marathon and Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon in Duluth, said the Park Point 5-miler last year saw the first time in at least 10 Years, maybe longer. She came back to the race a year ago, partly out of curiosity, as she herself is the race director for a 5K race with 400 runners.

Aiden Kilibarda (right) of Afton, Minnesota jumps to warm up in the starting area of ​​last year’s Park Point 5-miler, which starts and ends at the end of Park Point in Duluth. Last year’s run, the 49th run, took place in socially distant waves between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. The 50th run this year will be the normal mass start again. (Clint Austin / file /

“As soon as Park Point brought this out, I thought,” I need to go upstairs and A) see how they do it and B) support them, “said Gacek, 45, of running a year ago. “Even if it wasn’t an ideal situation, I was excited to have something to do.

“I was very impressed. It was very well organized. I couldn’t imagine how much work that was for the employees.”

Gacek is back for this year’s 5-miler despite saying she doesn’t expect to defend her title with so many other fast runners in the state.

By Monday morning, Haapala announced that 470 racers had registered for this year’s event, which often entails a significant number of walk-ups when the weather is nice. The event is limited to 900 participants.

The weather forecast for Sky Harbor Airport at Park Point predicts a mostly sunny day for Thursday with a high near 74. There is a chance of showers and thunderstorms while the northeast wind is 10-15 mph with gusts of up to 20 mph.

Minnesota Avenue, which begins on 22nd Avenue at Park Point, will be closed to traffic for Thursday’s 6pm to 7.45pm race.

Golden Twenties Needn’t Result in 1930s-Type Bust, Berenberg Says

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The global recovery from the pandemic will mirror what are known as the Roaring Twenties after World War I, but according to German bank Berenberg, there is no need for a repeat of the economic collapse that ended in that decade.

Chief economist Holger Schmieding says that “excesses and subsequent corrections are part of life”, but the last twelve years have shown that political decision-makers have learned to deal with crises.

“Neither hyperinflation nor a new global economic crisis appear to be a serious risk as long as policymakers continue to observe the lessons of the 1920s,” Schmieding said in a report. “We see no reason to fear a terrible end comparable to the Great Depression of 1929-1932.”

Boom and bust

The economy in the twenties and the Great Depression

Source: Maddison Historical Data

Schmieding says the pent-up demand will be released in the near future as leisure and travel reopen and spending backed up by excessive savings.

Beyond this boom, he sees an opportunity for a long period of higher growth based on two “big calls”. The long period of balance sheet repair after the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. is over, and productivity growth will accelerate noticeably as the crisis and demographic change drive innovation, he says.

As long as governments address five major challenges – public debt; Resilience against impacts; Education; Pension and entitlement reforms; and climate change – the economy will thrive.

“The chances are good that with just one correction of the garden variety, the twenties will turn out to be golden and not end with an oversized economic catastrophe,” he said. “But this price is only there for those countries that make their political decisions right.”

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Sonos CEO expects to capitalize on the ‘golden age of audio’ to promote extra house leisure gear

Sonos CEO Patrick Spence said on CNBC Thursday that the company is tracking three worldly trends that he expects to maintain growth momentum after the coronavirus pandemic.

“The first is the golden age of audio. We’re in,” he said in a “Bad money“Interview with Jim Cramer.

Streaming music has become the norm thanks to services offered by the likes of Spotify and Apple. Their platforms have made music and podcast content easily accessible with a tap of a finger.

Spence also anticipates the rise of social audio such as Clubhouse and Twitter Rooms to upgrade Sonos’ speakers and home sound systems.

Sonos also plans to take advantage of the growing amount of video content being sent direct to the consumer, such as: B. Movies and TV shows broadcast by Netflix and other streaming companies. A number of films, such as “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and “Mulan,” bypassed theatrical releases last year when Covid-19 was banned.

“We expect it to stay that way,” said Spence. “More films are released right at home, more people are enjoying it at home.”

Meanwhile, Sonos sees opportunities in a real estate market that has grown hot during the move to remote working. Spence is counting on the “big reshuffle” to get more consumers to buy home entertainment systems.

“A lot of people who now have new flexibility and freedom to work anywhere, and that’s why they’re moving, building a new home, and that’s perfect for Sonos,” he said.

The comments come a day after Sonos reported its fiscal second quarter results. The Santa Barbara, Calif. Based company saw total sales increase 90% year over year, primarily due to speakers.

The stock rose 7% on Thursday to close at $ 33.83 per share.

Golden Leisure’s 1Q earnings boosted by file adjusted money movement

Golden Entertainment Inc. executives believe the Strat Resort is in a good location.

With the new Circa and downtown arts districts that can direct traffic south and the upcoming Resorts World Las Vegas and new convention center amenities at the Las Vegas Convention Center that can direct traffic north, the Strat Positioned to catch two waves of companies that appear to have made great strides in the first quarter.

Golden reported a 15.7 percent increase in revenue for the quarter ended March 31, to hit the highest adjusted cash flow numbers in the company’s history.

“Our operating results for the first quarter reflect significantly improved sales, net income and quarterly adjusted cash flow,” said Blake Sartini, chairman and CEO of Golden. “These results highlight the strong demand for our properties coupled with a significant improvement in margins due to the adjustments we have made to our operations.”

Sartini said the company generated more than $ 40 million in its casino and distributed gaming segments during the quarter – the slot route it operates with its PT’s pub taverns and a Montana route.

“As the year progresses, we expect our free cash flow to allow us to reduce leverage and return capital to shareholders while providing additional financial flexibility to pursue potential strategic growth initiatives,” said Sartini.

Golden reported net income of $ 10.6 million, 35 cents per share, on revenue of $ 239.7 million for the quarter. A year ago, the company reported a net loss of $ 32.6 million ($ 1.17) on revenue of $ 207.2 million.

On a conference call with investors, Charles Protell, President and Chief Financial Officer of Golden, said the company is now focused on easing the burden on the company’s balance sheet and finding the best way to return capital to shareholders. Protell said the company is well positioned to capitalize on the return of conventions and trade shows. While the Strat doesn’t have the facilities to host large shows, it can host events related to its amenities.

A number of concerts and special events scheduled for the coming months should be beneficial to Goldens Showcase Resort. In April, Sartini said the Strat sold out its eligible hotel rooms every weekend.

Golden is also well positioned to generate income from its Laughlin activities.

Brad Goldberg, Golden’s senior vice president of marketing, said a series of concerts at the Laughlin Event Center should fill spaces in Golden’s Aquarius and Edgewater properties. Live music is planned for the summer calendar with America, Darci Lynne, the Little River Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Miranda Lambert and Toby Keith throughout the summer.

Golden Entertainment stock, traded on the Nasdaq exchange, closed Thursday at 50 cents per share, 1.4 percent, to $ 35.75 per share, with trading roughly twice the daily average volume.

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Leisure and occasion venues allowed to reopen within the Golden State

Entertainment and event venues are allowed to reopen in the Golden State

As of Thursday, many concert and event venues in California are allowed to reopen. You are only restricted by the animal color of the county where the venue is located. However, don’t expect to be free to everyone right away.

Starting Thursday, many California concerts, theaters, convention and other venues can open for business with a number of restrictions before they fully open in June.

Venue opening is now legal and only limited by the animal color restrictions of the county where the venue is located.

“If you are safe, hygienic, and healthy, why not be outside doing all the things you can normally do?” said Cayvion Ventura from Vallejo.

Right now, most of the people we’ve talked to still seem cautious.

“I still hope people proceed with caution because not everyone is on the same vaccination level,” said Anthony Grant of Emeryville.

“As long as everyone is safe and wearing their masks as they should, it should be fine,” said Serina Trujillo of San Leandro.

“Be patient and let science guide you in what we do,” said James Su of Emeryville.

As of June 15, the venues are essentially wide open provided there are no surges or vaccine shortages.

“It’s not exactly a jack-of-all-trades. We can open 100%, but there may still be mask and vaccination requirements,” said wedding planner Amy Ulkutekin, who is also president of the California Association for Private Events.

“The first day of weddings, birthday parties, graduation ceremonies, bar mitzvahs, baby showers. All of these events are technically allowed in the state. This is a huge win for our industry as it helps us get back to work and us to reach.” I’m going into the summer, “said Ms. Ulkutekin.

It’s also about general trust. Now the couples who get married, the people who plan the galas, fundraisers, and everything under the sun have confidence that they won’t have to cancel or postpone the future, “Ulkutekin said.

Matt Altman, owner of the Headline Booking Group, is a New York City-based major international tour operator for corporations and high net worth clients.

“The most important thing is to see what the localized environment is like. It really becomes a state-to-state matter,” Altman said.

So we asked him: are the days of big crowds at huge venues back?

“Confidence at that level? We’re not there yet. They watch the big tours of the big headliners. They don’t announce things that go into stadiums,” Altman said.

He expects to build up gradually for the remainder of this year.

“Then next year’s spring comes around this time next year, it’s going to be full and there’s going to be this mass opening we’re talking about,” Altman said.

But the days when nothing works quickly fade behind us.

Have Insiders Bought Golden Leisure, Inc. (NASDAQ:GDEN) Shares Lately?

Something Golden Entertainment, Inc. ((NASDAQ: GDENShareholders may be a little concerned that director, Lyle Berman, recently sold $ 5.0 million of shares at $ 24.96 per share. That sale reduced their overall stake by 17%, which is hardly insignificant, but far from the worst we’ve ever seen.

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The last 12 months of insider trading at Golden Entertainment

In particular, the recent Lyle Berman sale is the largest insider sale of Golden Entertainment stock we’ve seen in the past year. That said, even if the stock price was below its current price of $ 27.61, an insider wanted to redeem some stocks. We usually find it daunting when insiders sell below current price as it suggests they were happy with a lower valuation. Please note, however, that sellers can sell for a variety of reasons, so we do not know exactly what they think of the stock price. We find that the largest single sale was only 17% of Lyle Berman’s stake.

Golden Entertainment insiders have not bought any company shares in the past year. The following table shows the insider transactions (by companies and individuals) over the past year. If you want to know exactly who sold how much and when, just click on the graphic below!

NasdaqGM: GDEN Insider Trading Volume March 28, 2021

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Inside ownership

Many investors enjoy checking out how much of a company is owned by insiders. I think it’s a good sign when insiders own a significant number of shares in the company. Golden Entertainment insiders own approximately $ 97 million worth of shares. That corresponds to 13% of the company. We have certainly seen higher levels of insider ownership elsewhere, but these levels are sufficient to suggest an alignment between insiders and the other shareholders.

What does this data suggest to Golden Entertainment insiders?

An insider hasn’t bought any Golden Entertainment stock in the past three months, but there have been some sales. And even if we look at the past year, we haven’t seen any purchases. While insiders own stocks, they don’t own a bunch and have sold. So we would only buy after careful consideration. While we like to know what’s going on with the insider’s property and transactions, we should also consider the risks a stock is exposed to before making any investment decision. In conducting our analysis, we found that Golden Entertainment did this 1 warning sign and it would be unwise to ignore it.

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Golden Globes 2021: Methods to watch and what to anticipate | Leisure

With the nominees all removed, you see two familiar faces on stage. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Fey is back to host the Globes for the fourth time. Fey live from New York’s Rainbow Room and Poehler at Beverly Hilton, California, across the country.

The nominees:

When it comes to NominationsNetflix’s “Mank” and “The Crown” are the ones to watch. Both are leading with six nominations. Netflix received a total of 42 nominations this year. Actor Chadwick Boseman, the died of colon cancer last year, could take a posthumous win for his role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Others to watch out for include Aaron Sorkin’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” with five nods, and Chloe Zhao’s “Nomadland” on Hulu. click Here for a full list of nominees.

How to see:

The show will air live starting at 8 p.m. east of NBC, with a limited audience at both locations consisting of Frontline and Essential staff. It can be streamed on Roku, Hulu, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV.

Who you can expect to see:

In addition to the nominees, this year’s presenters include Sterling K. Brown, Kristen Wiig, Tiffany Haddish, Margot Robbie, Kate Hudson, Michael Douglas and many more. TV pioneer Norman Lear also received the Carol Burnett Award and actress / activist Jane Fonda received the Cecil B. deMille Award.

Put together for each surprises, predictability in Golden Globe races | Leisure

The Golden Globe Awards, which will air on Sunday at 7 p.m. on NBC, will be unique in the 78 years of Hollywood Foreign Press Association history.

While I can predict who I think should win, who knows exactly what will happen at the hybrid awards show that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the event on two coastlines.

Starting from the top, the best motion picture drama “Nomadlands” is to be lost. While “The Father” (opening March 12 in the Houston area) is usually the kind of contender the HFPA leans towards, the lack of a nomination for the film is an indication that it did not appeal to everyone. “Nomadland” enchants almost every viewer and has won countless previous awards.

With the Globes being the first major televised awards show of the season, this is where some films will gain or maintain momentum and others will lose it. Netflix’s racist courtroom drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7” appears to be in second place, while “Promising Young Woman” and “Mank” are the controversial third choice.

The second most important award of the night is given to the best director. With three record breaking women in this category, the undisputed front runner Chloé Zhao (“Nomadland”) is another sure bet. It’s true that the globes love Aaron Sorkin (“The Chicago 7 Trial”) and David Fincher (“Mank”), but Zhao’s popularity for her work on “Nomadland” has nearly dwarfed the recognition for the film itself .

In a normal year, the award for Best Musical or Comedy will have at least one nominee, who will likely later be nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture. This year the five competitors reflect a real “scraping of the barrel bottom”. The likely winner, “Hamilton”, isn’t even a movie – it’s a recorded play.

The winner here doesn’t usually matter to the entire prize race, and while “Palm Springs” is the most creative of the five, ironically, it’s the sequel to “Borat” (another entry I’d say isn’t a real movie is), this is the only real competition to “Hamilton”.

Best Actress in a Cinema Musical or Comedy will likely go to Maria Bakalova to see Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm, the obscure, head-scratching critic’s favorite. Still, I think if the globes decide to take a higher position here, they could give Rosamund Pike that accolade for her diabolical twist on “I Care a Lot,” which hit Netflix last weekend and got everyone talking. Michelle Pfeiffer is also out of the question, the Globes prefer megastars and comeback kids.

Best actor in a film musical or comedy is again between “Borat” and “Hamilton”. So here the optics could influence the winner. Sacha Baron Cohen is also nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for “The Trial of the Chicago 7”. If he wins there, Lin-Manuel Miranda will likely win the best actor for “Hamilton” (again not a film, just a video play). If anyone other than Baron Cohen wins the supporting actor, they will likely win the best actor for “Borat”. It is doubtful that he will win both of them.

Best Actress in Film Drama is probably the most anticipated award of the evening because it’s everyone’s game. In my opinion, Vanessa Kirby (“Pieces of a Woman”) is the most impressive performance, but the film didn’t do well among critics. Frances McDormand (“Nomadland”) starred in the top film, but the fact that she recently won for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” in 2018 may hurt her chances.

Andra Day (“The United States vs. Billie Holiday”) is, like Kirby, a newcomer. Their film debuted late and hasn’t been able to build up much momentum, but the Globes pride themselves on sparking momentum. Viola Davis takes second place for her larger than life performance in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”.

The likely winner, however, is Carey Mulligan (“Promising Young Woman”). Not only is your film nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay, the recent widespread controversy over a certain derogatory film critic and the fandom surrounding the film have driven her to the liveliest performance in the group.

The best actor in a drama movie might as well have just two nominees. It’s Chadwick Boseman (“Ma Rainey’s Black Butt”) or Anthony Hopkins (“The Father”). I think it’s Boseman to lose here, and so every award in that category this year will go up to an Oscar.

Best Supporting Actress is a rematch between Glenn Close (“Hillbilly Elegy”) and Olivia Colman (“The Father”), whom Close defeated with a real shock at the Oscars two years ago. However, that year’s Globes honored both women who competed in separate categories (meaning that unlike the Oscars, the Globes don’t have an IOU for Close). “The Father” is the acclaimed film, but a win for Close in the more transformative role in the critically planned Hillbilly Elegy (I loved it, by the way) would get the most publicity. I predict Close.

The best supporting actor will be Baron Cohen for “The Trial of the Chicago 7”. The best foreign film will be “Minari”. The best script is a real problem, but I’m going with The Trial of the Chicago 7. The best result could go to “Mank” just to win something. The same goes for Best Original Song. “One Night in Miami” could win just so they don’t send it home empty-handed.

Dustin Chase is a film critic and associate editor for Texas Art & Film, based in Galveston. visit

Golden Globes to be held bicoastally, with Fey in New York | Leisure

NEW YORK (AP) – The 78th Golden Globes will be held bicoastically for the first time. Tina Fey lives in New York and Amy Poehler in Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association said Tuesday, as the annual Hollywood ceremony adapts to the pandemic.

Fey and Poehler, who previously organized the Globes together, had previously been hired again as moderators. This time, however, they will do so from across the country from one another. Fey will be in New York’s Rainbow Room, while Poehler will be in the Globes’ usual home, the Beverly Hilton. Nominees are expected to appear from locations around the world.

The nominations for Globes will be announced on Wednesday morning d. The broadcast on NBC has already been postponed for two months due to the pandemic and the delayed Academy Awards schedule. The globes are due to take place on February 28th.

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