The Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday, and Jessica Chastain and Sam Rockwell are set as the first presenters. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made the announcement on the pair, who appeared together in 2017’s “Woman Walks Ahead,” on Twitter this morning.
Chastain, a five-time Globes nominee who won for 2013’s “Zero Dark Thirty,” recently was onscreen in “Molly’s Game” — for which she grabbed a Globe nom — and “The Zookeeper’s Wife.” She has a number of films in the works including “355” and “It: Chapter Two.”
Rockwell won the 2018 Golden Globe for his supporting role in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and is nominated again this year for playing George W. Bush in “Vice.” He plays Bob Fosse in the upcoming FX series “Fosse/Verdon” and has “The Best of Enemies” and “Jojo Rabbit” hitting theaters this year.
Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg are hosting Sunday’s 76th annual Golden Globes from Beverly Hills Hotel. NBC will air the ceremony live coast-to-coast at 8 p.m. ET/5 PT. Jeff Bridges is set to receive the career-honoring Cecil B. DeMille Award.