Amy Adams, Channing Tatum, Mel Gibson Among Golden Globe Presenters

The ceremony hosted by Ricky Gervais will air live on NBC on Jan. 10

Amy Adams, Channing Tatum and Mel Gibson are among the first round of movie stars who will be taking the stage as presenters at the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday.

Other presenters in the lineup include Jaimie Alexander, Patricia Arquette, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, Amber Heard, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kate Hudson, Helen Mirren, Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Kurt Russell, J.K. Simmons, and Olivia Wilde.

The ceremony hosted by Ricky Gervais will be broadcast live on NBC from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Jan. 10, from 5-8 p.m. PST/8-11 p.m. EST.

Also Read: Golden Globes 2016: The Complete List of Nominees

Dick Clark Productions is producing the event.

Lorenzo Soria, president of the HFPA, is serving as executive producer alongside Dick Clark executives Allen Shapiro, Mike Mahan and Barry Adelman.

Golden Globes Snubs and Surprises: From Johnny Depp to Lady Gaga (Photos)

  • SURPRISE: "Casual"

    This freshman comedy from director Jason Reitman marks the first time a Hulu series has been nominated for a Golden Globe. 

  • SNUB: "Creed" 

    Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler both failed to get a nomination, while the film did not get a nomination for Best Drama despite being a critical and box office success. But Sylvester Stallone did get nominated for Best Supporting Actor-Drama

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  • SURPRISE: "Mozart in the Jungle"

    The new Amazon dramady set in a fictional New York symphony orchestra secured two nominations (Best TV Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy Series) despite the fact that the show has not generated as much buzz as Amazon's other major series, "Transparent."

  • SNUB: "Mad Men"

    While Jon Hamm got nominated, the final season of AMC's "Mad Men" failed to secure any other nominations for the Golden Globes

  • SNUB: "Straight Outta Compton"

    Universal's NWA biopic failed to get any nominations, despite a strong cast of young actors and major critical and box office success

  • SNUB: Johnny Depp

    Despite major praise for his role as gangster James "Whitey" Bulger, Johnny Depp failed to get a Best Actor-Drama nomination. 

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    After getting shut out at the SAG Award nominations, Fox secured four nominations, including Best TV Drama ("Empire") and Best Actress in a TV Drama (Taraji P. Henson)

  • SNUB: Kevin Spacey

    "House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey did not get nominated for his performance as Frank Underwood this year, despite winning the Best Actor in a TV Drama last year

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  • SNUB: Amy Schumer

    While Amy Schumer's feature debut, "Trainwreck," got a nomination, the comedian failed to get one for her Comedy Central sketch series, "Inside Amy Schumer."

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  • SURPRISE: "Mr. Robot"

    The freshman USA drama "Mr. Robot," which deals with hacking and cyber security, landed three nominations in addition to its SAG nominations

  • SURPRISE: Mark Ruffalo

    Mark Ruffalo got a nod for "Infinitely Polar Bear." The surprise is that he did not get nominated for his performance in the critically-acclaimed "Spotlight"

  • SURPRISE: New faces in comedy actor category

    Jeffrey Tambor from Amazon's "Transparent" is the only returning nominee in the Best Actor in a TV Comedy category. New nominees include: Aziz Ansari ("Master of None"); Rob Lowe ("The Grinder"); Gael Garcia Bernal ("Mozart in the Jungle"); and Patrick Stewart ("Blunt Talk")

  • SNUB: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"

    Ellie Kemper earned widespread praise for her role in the Tina Fey Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." Yet both she and the show failed to receive any Golden Globe nominations

  • SNUB: Ruth Wilson

    Ruth Wilson won the Golden Globe last year for her performance in Showtime's "The Affair," but did not even get nominated this year

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  • SURPRISE: Lady Gaga

    Lady Gaga secured the only acting nomination for Ryan Murphy's FX anthology series, "American Horror Story: Hotel." Her appearance on the show as The Countess marks her first major acting role in a television series

  • SURPRISE: Rachel Bloom

    Rachel Bloom, star of CW's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," got a nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy series, despite the show's low ratings

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  • SNUB: Julianna Margulies

    Julianna Margulies failed to get a nomination for her role in CBS' "The Good Wife," despite being nominated in the Best Actress in a TV Drama category for the past five years


    Mirroring Fox at the 2016 SAG Award nominations, no NBC series managed to get a nomination for the Golden Globes, including the final season of "Parks and Recreation"

  • SURPRISE: Jamie Lee Curtis

    Jamie Lee Curtis nabbed a nomination for her role on Fox's "Scream Queens," making her the only actor or actress from the freshman show to secure one

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  • SNUB: Benicio Del Toro

    Veteran actor Benicio and Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro did not get a nomination for his portrayal of drug enforcement agent Alejandro in critically acclaimed thriller "Sicario"

  • SNUB: "The Walk"

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt's biopic of high-wire artist Philippe Petit and his walk between the World Trade Center tower failed to secure any nominations despite being pegged as an early Best Picture contender

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Several critical darlings get shut out, while a number of relatively unknown projects score big

SURPRISE: "Casual"

This freshman comedy from director Jason Reitman marks the first time a Hulu series has been nominated for a Golden Globe. 

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