The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has added more A-list names to its glittering roster of celebrity presenters for the Golden Globes, The Post has learned exclusively.
Ben Stiller, Amanda Seyfried, Ava DuVernay, Colin Farrell, Gal Gadot, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Justin Theroux will be on hand to (virtually) present statuettes to the winners when the telecast kicks off Sunday at 8 p.m. on NBC.
The group, the final batch of presenters, joins previously announced nominees including Awkwafina, Kevin Bacon, Salma Hayek, Michael Douglas, Angela Bassett, Margot Robbie and Sterling K. Brown.
Seyfried is a first-time nominee, earning a nod for playing William Randolph Hearst’s mistress, Marion Davies, in David Fincher’s period drama “Mank.” DuVernay earned a nomination for directing the 2014 movie “Selma,” while Farrell, twice-nominated, won a statuette in 2009 for “In Bruges.”
Theroux stars in the upcoming Apple+ series “The Mosquito Coast” (premiering April 30); Abdul-Mateen II won a Primetime Emmy Award last fall for HBO’s limited series “Watchmen” (he played Cal Abar). He also starred in “Aquaman” and played Bobby Seale in the Netflix movie “The Trial of the Chicago 7” — and will present the clip for that film on Sunday night’s telecast.