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Golden Globes Presenters + Jean-Paul Belmondo Visit

More than 50 Hollywood stars have been set as presenters at 2010 Golden Globe Awards ceremony on Sunday, January 17.

They are: Amy AdamsChristina AguileraJennifer AnistonJustin BarthaKristen BellHalle Berry, Josh Brolin, Gerard ButlerCherBradley CooperChace CrawfordRobert De Niro, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Colin Farrell.

Also, Harrison FordJodie Foster, Matthew Fox, Jennifer GarnerMel Gibson, Lauren Graham, Tom HanksNeil Patrick HarrisSally Hawkins, Ed Helms, Kate Hudson, Felicity Huffman, Samuel L. Jackson, and Nicole Kidman.

Plus Jane KrakowskiAshton KutcherTaylor LautnerSophia LorenPaul McCartneyHelen Mirren, Jim Parsons, Amy PoehlerJulia Roberts, Mickey Rourke, Zoe SaldanaArnold Schwarzenegger, Kiefer Sutherland.

And finally, Sofia VergaraOlivia WildeKate Winslet, Reese Witherspoon, Sam Worthington.

Hosted by Ricky Gervais, the 2010 Golden Globes ceremony will be broadcast live coast to coast Sunday, January 17, on NBC (5 to 8 pm PT, 8 to 11 pm ET) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Amy Adams (Julie Julia), Kate Hudson (Nine), Ashton Kutcher (Spread) and Zoe Saldana (Avatar) have been announced as presenters at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 17.

They're joining Taylor Lautner, Harrison Ford, Paul McCartney, Olivia Wilde, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin, Amy Poehler, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, and Sam Worthington.

Also, Gerard Butler, Christina Aguilera, Tom Hanks, Neil Patrick Harris, Colin Farrell, Matthew Fox, Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren, Julia Roberts, and Mickey Rourke.

Additionally, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio will present the Cecil B. DeMille Award to Martin Scorsese for his "outstanding contribution to the entertainment field."

Amy Adams has been nominated for two Golden Globes, Enchanted (actress in comedy/musical, 2007) and Doubt (supporting actress, 2008). Kate Hudson won a best supporting actress Golden Globe for Almost Famous (2000). Ashton Kutcher and Zoe Saldana havent been nominated for the Globes.

Hosted by Ricky Gervais, the 2010 Golden Globes ceremony will be broadcast live coast to coast Sunday, January 17, on NBC (5 to 8 pm PT, 8 to 11 pm ET) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Jean-Paul Belmondo in Los Angeles

Jean-Paul Belmondo, the iconic star of Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless (above, with Jean Seberg) and of numerous other French New Wave films, is in Los Angeles to accept the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's career achievement award.

Belmondo was also supposed to introduce a Los Angeles County Museum of Art screening of François Truffaut's 1969 drama Mississippi Mermaid, in which he co-starred with Catherine Deneuve. Unfortunately, the actor had to bow out because he's never fully recovered his health following a severe stroke a few years back.

Mark Olsen reports in his Los Angeles Times blog that Mathieu Fournet, executive director of the film and TV office of the consulate general of France in Los Angeles, spoke to Belmondo on Friday. He told the audience that Belmondo “is feeling sick tonight and is extremely tired. He needs to rest.” According to Fournet, this is Belmondo's first visit to Los Angeles in 20 years.

Among the 76-year-old actor's other credits are Leon Morin, Priest (1961), The Finger Man (1962), Weekend at Dunkirk (1964), That Man from Rio (1964), Borsalino (1970), and more recently, Les Miserables (1995) and A Man and His Dog (2008).

In Youth in Revolt, Michael Cera's character tries to impress a girl who's a Belmondo fan. (Something similar took place in Gérard Lauzier's 1984 film P'tit con.) Olsen adds in his article that Cera was spotted in the audience.

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