Hollywood stars are planning to attend Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, donning all black in solidarity with the anti-sexual harassment movement.

The 75th Golden Globes is the first major award ceremony since Hollywood was hit by its sexual harassment scandals.

Stars of film and television are expected to wear black on the red carpet in protest against misconduct.

Acceptance speeches, and host Seth Meyers’ opening monologue, are also expected to focus on the issue.

American comedian, Meyers, has said he will address the issue of sexual abuse and harassment in Hollywood in the light of accusations made against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, among others.

Meyers told The Hollywood Reporter he had spoken to the women in his life, including his wife, about how to address the topic on stage, saying: “We all agreed it’s an opportunity to be able to say some things that you wouldn’t be able to see in previous years.”

Guillermo del Toro’s otherworldly romance ‘The Shape of Water’ has the most nominations of any film, with seven.



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