Hugh Grant

Meryl Streep to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at 74th Golden Globes

After recognizing the actress with 29 total acting nominations since 1979, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced it will honor Meryl Streep in an even bigger way at the upcoming Golden Globes ceremony.

The non-profit organization, comprised of just under 100 journalists from around the world, revealed Thursday it’s bestowing its annual Cecil B. DeMille Award upon the Hollywood legend during the 74th Golden Globes telecast on Jan. 8.

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Hugh Grant didn't recognize Renee Zellweger during Watch What Happens Live

Despite starring in several movies alongside Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant apparently has a hard time recognizing her — at least from the eyes up.

While on Watch What Happens Live Thursday, the British actor was shown the top halves of six of his former female costars’ faces and asked which one he still has the most contact. “None — they all hate me I think,” he said. When host Andy Cohen asked which one was “most down to earth,” Grant was a bit stumped.

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Critical Mass: Sausage Party is a comedic feast, Florence Foster Jenkins is prime Streep

Whether you’re into R-rated shenanigans with the gang of foul-mouth food items in Sausage Party, feeling a little nostalgic for the Pete’s Dragon remake, or in the mood to witness another performance from one of the greatest actresses of all time in Meryl Streep’s Florence Foster Jenkins, there’s something for everyone at the movies this weekend. With so much to choose from, EW’s handy Critical Mass guide will help steer you in the right direction.

Check out what the critics are saying about this week’s hottest new releases in the reviews below.

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Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant debate hot dogs, talk indigestion during Reddit AMA

Indigestion is perhaps the last topic you’d want to discuss in the presence of Meryl Streep, but, then again, you’re probably not Hugh Grant, who did just that during a Wednesday evening Reddit AMA with the acting legend as they promoted their new movie, Florence Foster Jenkins.

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Hugh Grant on the love story that brought him back to the big screen

With this weekend’s Florence Foster Jenkins we finally get — hooray! — Hugh Grant back on the big screen again. And in super fine form, too, delivering the sort of career-altering turn that makes critics swoon and sparks Academy Award speculation. “It was funny and it was sad which is always a promising cocktail. And it was classy,” Grant says of the script.

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