The biggest party in Hollywood has officially started as the stars make their way down the red carpet ahead of the 77th Golden Globe Awards. Take a look at all the glitz and glam right here!
Ricky Gervais is at the helm once again having previously hosted the ceremony from 2010 – 2012 and again in 2016. Known for his cutting humor, he won't stay shy of ruffling a few feathers.
This year, streaming giant Netflix and its expensively assembled roster of A-listers is streaks ahead of other studios with a whopping 17 Golden Globe film nominations.
The Two Popes, which imagines the meeting of retiring pontiff Benedict and his charismatic successor Francis, is also in contention for the streamer.
Netflix also has Eddie Murphy's comeback vehicle Dolemite Is My Name in the best comedy or musical race but is expected to face stiff competition from Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood.
The homage to 1960s Tinseltown has resonated with the 90-odd members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), who have the casting votes.
In the drama acting categories, Joaquin Phoenix hotly favoured for his radical portrayal of the villainous anti-hero in Joker. However, Adam Driver's intense turn in Marriage Story has garnered critical favour, while the ever-popular Antonio Banderas has been hailed for a career-best performance in Pedro Almodovar's Pain and Glory.
Saoirse Ronan is strongly favoured to win the Best Actress Drama award for her captivating performance is Little Women.
Renee Zellweger is also up against Ronan for the Best Actress Comedy gong with her turn as Judy Garland in the biopic Judy.
However, Marriage Story's Scarlett Johansson will give them a good run out having previously received 4 nominations. She is liked by the Hollywood Foreign Press, and they may want to finally award her.
Taron Egerton, the British star of Elton John musical biopic Rocketman, is up against Leonardo DiCaprio and Murphy in the best comedy actor category.
In the TV categories, Netflix leads the pack again with another 17 nominations ahead of HBO at 15.
Newcomer Apple will be hoping to make waves in the television categories, where its #MeToo drama The Morning Show has multiple nominations.
But it must fend off Netflix's flagship The Crown, boasting a new cast led by Oscar-winner Olivia Colman.