Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts were on fire last night! When Access Hollywood host Billy Bush interviewed them on the red carpet at The Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 17, Julia told him, “NBC, you guys are in the toilet! I’m not saying ‘in the toilet,’ but I’m just saying … there’s problems.” Both Access Hollywood and The Golden Globe Awards are on NBC.
And Tom Hanks chimed in, “It was supposed to rain at 10, but NBC moved it to 11.” Burn!
The comments were digs at NBC’s decision to push out Conan O’Brien as host of The Tonight Show, and give the show back to its original host, Jay Leno.
Andrew Garfield is opening up about his Golden Globes lip lock with Ryan Reynolds, claiming it was his idea but Ryan “was game.” The two were spotted smooching as Ryan Gosling walked to the stage to accept his award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Read on for more details.
Trevor Noah has always been vocal about his disdain for Donald Trump, so you think he’d be all about Meryl Streep’s epic Golden Globes speech slamming the president-elect, right? Well, not exactly. The talk show host didn’t totally love Meryl’s message — watch here to find how why!
It may not be a real movie, but thanks to Stephen Colbert it now has a trailer. Check out this hilarious ‘Hidden Fences’ trailer, which takes a jab at Jenna Bush for not knowing the difference between the two original films, ‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘Fences’.
While Meryl Streep had some stars, like Kerry Washington and Amy Adams, near tears during her Golden Globes speech, a few others, like Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson, just seemed confused and bored. Do you think they really weren’t feeling that inspiring speech!?
It’s all about girl power! Viola Davis is the latest celebrity to stand behind Meryl Streep’s emotional yet controversial Golden Globes speech, claiming she’s ‘earned the right’ to call out Donald Trump. Find out why Viola is defending her, right here!