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Throwback Photos Of 2019 Golden Globe Nominees Attending Their First Event

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For many, getting to the Golden Globes is a dream come true. Once they’ve been invited, one major problem involves what they’ll wear to the red carpet. With one shot to make an impression, many go all out. We look at what this year’s nominees wore at their first appearance.

A Winning Debut

Christian Bale’s first appearance led to a Globes win. In 2011, he won for Best Supporting Actor with his work in The Fighter. He would gain two more Globe nominations in the Best Actor category with 2014’s American Hustle and 2016’s The Big Short. Three years later, he’s back again for his performance in Adam McKay’s Vice.

Kevin Winter

Fit For A King

Actress Regina King has been a Golden Globes mainstay since 2005. It took her 11 years to finally get nominated at the ceremony. She gained a Best Supporting Actress nomination for the TV series American Crime. This year, King is nominated for her work in TV (Seven Seconds) and film (If Beale Street Could Talk).

Kevin Winter

Made Of Stone

In 2011, Emma Stone made her Globes debut with a Best Actress nomination for Easy A. It took her six years to finally nab one for her performance in Damien Chazelle’s La La Land. This year, she gains her second Best Supporting Actress nomination (and fifth overall) for comedy-drama, The Favourite.

Frazer Harrison

First Time For Everything

In 1989, Julia Roberts made her first Globes appearance count with a Best Supporting Actress for Steel Magnolias. The following year, she upgraded to a Best Actress win for Pretty Woman. Overall, the iconic actress has earned three Globe awards and nine nominations. Her Homecoming nomination is the first one for her in television.

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Jumping Sides This Year

In 2012, Melissa McCarthy presented the awards for Best Actor and Best TV Show in the Drama category. Four years later, she would gain her first nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. This year, she’s on the drama side with her Best Actress-nominated performance in Can You Ever Forgive Me?

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‘The Last Knight’ Made More Money, But Paramount Still Favors ‘Bumblebee’

The Transformers franchise has worked wonders for Paramount studios. It is one of their most profitable movie series and continues to rake in millions with each release. However, their last two films, The Last Knight and Bumblebee didn't exactly live up to previous films. Bumblebee grossed and netted less than The Last Knight, yet Paramount still considers it a bigger success. Here's the reason why: Transformers...

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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Stars Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd Reunite To Answer Your Questions

In the 1970s, everyone loved Charlie’s Angels. The drama featured three beautiful private detectives working for an unseen Charlie. The show has resonated with fans since its premiere in 1976. Recently, stars Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd reunited for the first time on The Hollywood Reporter’s It Happened in Hollywood podcast to discuss why the show is still iconic with...

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Dean Cain Supports Michael B. Jordan As Superman

Things are shaking up a tad in Hollywood's superhero department as some actors are being switched out with newer, fresher faces. Surrounding the classic character of Superman is a great deal of buzz generated by the prospect that superstar Michael B. Jordan will assume the role of the Man of Steel. Change Up New superhero slots are opening up. Ben...

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