James Franco threw a bash for all of the actors up for a Golden Globe at this year’s awards ceremony. In an Instagram upload after the Franco picture which you can see below, Armie Hammer – who might receive the Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Oliver In Call Me By Your Name – uploaded a photo where you can see all of the men standing together before having a feast.
The photograph contains the 31-year-old, Hammer, Richard Jenkins, Steve Carell, Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks, Ansel Elgort, Gary Oldman, Franco himself, Outside Ebbing, Daniel Kaluuya, and Sam Rockwell.
Every single one of the men in the picture is nominated for either best actor or best supporting actor.
However, Daniel Day-Lewis and Christopher Plummer were not pictured in the photograph. It’s not clear if they attended the dinner, but is probably unlikely, considering the inconspicuous and low-profile nature of both men.
When speaking with reporters from E! News on Sunday night, James thought out loud, “why not,” when referring to the possibility of gathering all of the men together to hang out. He said it doesn’t happen enough in life.
The This Is The End entertainer said their time together “was incredible.” And while the men hung out as pals like everything is great in the world, some women at the Golden Globes ceremony are dressing in black as a way to protest sexual assault and harassment in Hollywood.
As you may know, the cascade of allegations coming out in the final months of 2017 sparked a nationwide conversation on rape, consent, as well as what to do about abuse in the workplace.
The case to kick off the wave of accusations was that of Harvey Weinstein, the former Weinstein Company executive who served as the producer for some of the most successful films of the last thirty years. Many women accused Harvey of assault, rape, harassment, coercion, and intimidation.