The Golden Globes won’t lack for star power, as the awards ceremony announced Tuesday that its presenter line up will include some of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Chris Pratt, Amy Adams, Kevin Hart, Channing Tatum and Kate Hudson will join hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey onstage to distribute the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s celebratory awards. Other presenters include Adrien Brody; Robert Downey, Jr.; Anna Faris; Ricky Gervais; Salma Hayek; Gwyneth Paltrow; Lily Tomlin; Kristen Wiig; Owen Wilson; and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards are at 8 p.m. on Jan. 11 on NBC.
Update, 1/8: The Globes announced more presenters Thursday, including a few stars who could take the stage to both hand out and receive awards at the ceremony. Jennifer Aniston, nominated for best actress in a drama, Meryl Streep, nominated for best supporting actress in a comedy or musical, and Matthew McConaughey, nominated for best actor in a miniseries or motion picture made for television, will all present awards Sunday.
Other announced presenters include Kerry Washington; Bryan Cranston; Jamie Dornan; Kate Beckinsale; Colin Firth; Jane Fonda; Harrison Ford; Katherine Heigl; Dakota Johnson; Adam Levine; Jennifer Lopez; Seth Meyers; Lupita Nyong’o; Jeremy Renner; and Vince Vaughn.
Update, 1/9: The Globes announced a third wave of presenters Friday, including best actor contender Benedict Cumberbatch and “Selma” producer and costar Oprah Winfrey. “The Good Wife” actress Julianna Margulies, nominated for best actress in a TV drama series, will present the Cecil B. DeMille Award to her former “ER” costar, George Clooney.
Fellow presenters include Don Cheadle, nominated for best actor in a TV musical or comedy series; Clive Owen, nominated for best actor in a TV drama series; Jack Black; David Duchovny; Colin Farrell; Katie Holmes; Jared Leto; Melissa McCarthy; Sienna Miller; Paul Rudd; and Naomi Watts.