Hopefully Special Correspondents is funnier than this trailer for the new Netflix movie suggests — though to be fair, some great comedies have had some pretty lame trailers. Ricky Gervais returns to the home of his series Derek for a new original film that teams the famed British comedian with Eric Bana, resulting an unlikely but seemingly delightful pairing.
After three straight years of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting, the Golden Globes invited previous three-time host Ricky Gervais (2010-2012) to return for the 2016 awards show. Said Gervais back on January 1, “Because I can see the future, I’d like to apologise [sic] now for the things I said at next week’s Golden Globes. I was drunk & didn’t give a f---.” So, did Gervais wind up having anything to apologize for this year? If you missed it, you can watch his 2016 Golden Globes monologue above and decide for yourself.
The 2016 awards season is already filled with nostalgia. The Oscars announced the return of former host Chris Rock for the upcoming Academy Awards, and now previous Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais is returning to the stage.
'The Muppets' sequel is moving along at full-speed, and following the announcement last week that 'Modern Family's Ty Burrell joined the cast, now comes word that Ricky Gervais is in talks to play one of the human leads as well.
Ricky Gervais may be returning as host of the Golden Globes, despite his controversial display in 2010.
The New York Post reports Gervais was spotted eating dinner with the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Globes, and an executive from NBC, which broadcasts it.
Ricky Gervais made himself well known for his antics this year as the host for the Golden Globes. Love him or hate him Ricky Gervais is not going any where anytime soon. If you did not know, Gervais is the creator of The Office.