Diego Luna, who plays Captain Cassian Andor in global blockbuster “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” and Sienna Miller, who stars in the Ben Affleck crime drama “Live By Night,” will be among the presenters handing out hardware at the 74th Golden Globe Awards.
“The Tonight Show’s” Jimmy Fallon is hosting the ceremony, which will air live on NBC at 5 p.m PT / 8 p.m. ET on Jan. 8 from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. Steve Carell, who won a Golden Globe for his leading role as Michael Scott in “The Office” and “The Accountant” star Anna Kendrick will also be presenting at the ceremony.
Luna is currently gracing big screens worldwide in “Rogue One,” which has topped the box office since it opened Dec. 16 and has gone on to make $654 million worldwide. He won a 2009 Critics Choice award as part of the ensemble in “Milk”
Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2012 for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film for her role in “The Girl.” She stars in the Tampa gangland drama “Live By Night,” which came out on Christmas at select theaters and opens wide Jan. 13, and will appear opposite Charlie Hunnam in “The Lost City of Z,” which hits theaters in April.
Lionsgate’s “La La Land,” a Ryan Gosling-Emma Stone musical set in Tinseltown, and Moonlight, Barry Jenkins’ semi-autographical coming-of-age story set in Miami from indie studio A24, lead the way in nominations, with seven and six, respectively. Amazon’s “Manchester by the Sea,” which stars Casey Affleck as a New England janitor with a tragic life story, picked up five nominations.