Rafe Spall, Jeremy Strong, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Jeffry Griffin in “The Big Short,” the Globes’ front-runner for best comedy.
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Hollywood's biggest stars turn out for the Golden Globes Sunday, kicking off the industry's awards season this year with a show that promises suspense and cheeky humor. While their record in predicting Oscars glory has been hit-and-miss, many see the Globes as a pretty strong indicator of films and actors destined for an Academy Award on Feb. 28 .Returning to host what is described as Hollywood's biggest party of the year will be British comedian Ricky Gervais, who has used previous appearances on the show to dish out politically incorrect and stinging jokes.In the race for best actor in a drama, DiCaprio appears well ahead for his strong performance as legendary fur trapper Hugh Glass in "The Revenant".Movies aside, all eyes will be on Gervais, who raised eyebrows for his off-color jokes when he hosted the show for three years starting in 2010 .
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