One of the hottest things to come out of the 2017 Golden Globes is the big show in New York City, which saw stars like Scarlett Johansson, Kevin Hart, and James Corden compete for the award for best film or TV role.
With that show in the books, it’s easy to think that the Golden Globys are back in business.
The reality is that there have been some major changes in Hollywood in the past few years, including the departure of longtime film producer Michael Bay, the death of star Tom Hanks, and a massive reshuffling of the entertainment landscape.
With the Golden Globe ceremony taking place this week, we took a look at some of the most recent Golden GlobES winners, the top hotels, and the top actors and actresses to watch.
In this installment of the Golden Ticket, we look at the biggest hotel chains and stars to keep an eye out for.
Top 10 hotels in Los Angeles According to the 2017 Los Angeles Times, “The average American hotel stays for a typical weekend, based on data from Nielsen, is $1,094.”
It’s a pretty decent price, especially considering that most hotels in the city offer complimentary WiFi, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be able to stay for a week.
To get an idea of the kind of things you can get for $1.99, consider that the average stay in one of the biggest hotels in New Orleans, the Grand Hyatt Hotel, is a whopping $2,000.
But, the hotel industry has seen significant growth over the years, and it’s likely the Grand will see more room than usual this year.
Hotel industry leader Marriott International has been making waves in the hotel space, especially in the last year.
While most of the major hotels have been holding their own, Marriott has been doing what it can to make its hotels even more desirable.
And with the announcement of a new hotel coming online, Marriott is poised to make a splash.
The new hotel will offer guests the ability to book a room for $400 a night.
While the price isn’t as high as a few other hotels, it may still be a reasonable option for a group of friends who are in need of a place to stay.
Marriott also offers complimentary WiFi in the lobby and on the ground floor, so you may be able find someone to stay with you during the ceremony.
The hotel is located in downtown LA and is expected to open its doors in late September.
Top 5 stars in Hollywood The Golden Globefest is a massive event, and with its two-week running time, there is a lot of action in the event.
With so much competition and competition, we don’t often see the biggest stars competing for the awards.
The 2017 Golden Globe nominations will be revealed this Friday, and in honor of the nominees, we’re giving our top 10 stars and actresses.
Actor Tom Hatton, known for playing a cowboy on HBO’s “The West Wing,” won Best Actor for his role in “Sausage Party.”
In a crowded field of actors who competed, Hatton topped the list with four nominations.
Hatton also won Best Supporting Actor for “Sleeping Beauty,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Get Hard,” “American Beauty,” and “Titanic.”
Hatton’s performance was well received by critics, and his portrayal of a tough-as-nails cowboy was particularly well-received.
It’s hard to find a movie that makes a more iconic and recognizable character, but “Slese” did.
Hotties on the other hand, were a bit of a different story.
“Pawn Stars,” “Crocodile Dundee,” and the upcoming “Avengers: Age of Ultron” are all very good films.
While these films are not technically starring actors, they all portray the same character in a very different way.
But with a movie like “Parks and Recreation,” where everyone is the same, it made for a very special moment.
“Sleepless in Seattle” star Jennifer Aniston won Best Actress for her role in the movie, which is no surprise considering her acting skills.
In addition, Aniston’s performance is one of our favorites of the year.
It is not only a great film, but a beautiful film.
Best Actor: Tom Hoke, “Saucer,” “Pax Americana” Best Actress: Amy Schumer, “Trainwreck,” “Train,” “Fargo” Best Supporting Actress: Tilda Swinton, “Lady Bird,” “Inherent Vice,” “Ghostbusters” Best Director: Darren Aronofsky, “Gladiator” Best Original Screenplay: James Ponsoldt, “Ride Along” Best Animated Feature: “The LEGO Batman Movie” Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, “Loving” Best Music: “Songs of Innocence” Best Costume Design: “Ghost” Best Soundtrack: “Lemonade” Best Actor in a Supporting Role