The Hollywood Film Awards is the official launch of the awards season. The HFAs, which will take place tomorrow, November 1, recognize excellence in cinema and filmmaking, honoring some of the biggest names in entertainment.
This year’s honorees include Robert De Niro, Ridley Scott, Tom Hooper, Will Smith, Carey Mulligan, Benicio Del Toro, Jane Fonda, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, Saoirse Ronan, Corey Hawkins, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., Jason Mitchell, Amy Schumer, Adam McKay, Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth, among others.
However, they aren’t the only members of Hollywood’s A-list who will be attending the event tomorrow evening. The list of presenters is just as star-studded.
Golden Globe winner Steve Carell was honored as part of the cast of Foxcatcher with the Hollywood Ensemble Award at the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards. His latest film, The Big Short, hits theaters this December.
Vin Diesel will be honored as part of the cast of Furious 7 with the Hollywood Blockbuster Award at the 2015 Hollywood Film Awards.
Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Jamie Foxx was honored with the Breakthrough Actor Award at the 2004 Hollywood Film Awards. Jamie has several projects currently in production.
Ryan Gosling co-stars alongside Steve Carrell in The Big Short, in theaters this December. He also stars in The Nice Guys, coming out May 2016.
Armie Hammer was honored as part of the cast of The Social Network with the Hollywood Ensemble Award at the 2010 Hollywood Film Awards. Armie starred in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. this year and has several films coming out in 2016.
Academy Award and Golden Globe Winner Reese Witherspoon starred in Hot Pursuit this year. Reese has several projects currently in production.
Amber Heard was honored with the Spotlight Award for The Rum Diary at the Hollywood Film Awards in 2011. Amber stars alongside Eddie Redmayne in the upcoming film The Danish Girl, in theaters this November.
Actor and musical artist Ice Cube was featured on the soundtrack for this year’s box office hit and critically acclaimed film Straight Outta Compton. He has several upcoming movies in production.
Golden Globe Winner Amy Poehler stars in the upcoming film Sisters, in theaters this December.
Jake Gyllenhaal has received two Hollywood Film Awards: Breakthrough Actor in 2005 and Supporting Actor of the Year for Prisoners in 2013. He has multiple films coming out in 2016.
Mark Ruffalo was honored as part of the cast of Foxcatcher with the Hollywood Ensemble Award at the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards. Mark stars in the upcoming film Spotlight in theaters this November.
David O. Russell received the award for Director of the Year for Silver Linings Playbook at the 2013 Hollywood Film Awards. David’s newest film Joy hits theaters December 2015.
Kurt Russell will be honored as part of the cast of Furious 7 with the Hollywood Blockbuster Award at the 2015 Hollywood Film Awards.
Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Quentin Tarantino received the award for Screenwriter of the Year for Django Unchained at the 2012 Hollywood Film Awards. Quentin’s new film, The Hateful Eight, hits theaters January 2016. The cast of The Hateful Eight will be honored with the Hollywood Ensemble Award at the 2015 Hollywood Film Awards.