News Nuggets: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler joke about their ‘cheesy’ Golden Globe fashions

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler joke about their “unconventional” fashion choices in a new video promo for the next Golden Globe Awards. They will return to host the ceremony for a third time on January 11 for NBC. Fey says she “plans to wear a romper, made out of cheese, paired with some unconventional footwear.” Poehler adds that her outfit will be “difficult to wear,” which Fey then remarks that it sounds “gorgent.” Poehler recently said that this will be the final time the duo emcees the event: “We’re doing it one last time and we’re done. You want to leave the party early!” E! Online

As expected, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” dominates the extra long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The Jennifer Lawrence/Josh Hutcherson movie takes the top spot for the second straight week at the box office with $82.7 million. Animated sequel “Penguins of Madagascar” hauls in $36 million over the five days. The other big debut was “Horrible Bosses 2” with Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis, but it could only make it to fifth place with $23 million. The Wrap

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The 2014 Evening Standard Theatre Awards are presented in London on Sunday. Top winners included “The Scottsboro Boys” as Best Musical, Tom Hiddleston as Best Actor for “Coriolanus,” and Gillian Anderson as Best Actress for “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Tom Stoppard received a special award as the greatest living playwright. Playbill

Lisa Kudrow is proclaimed the “performer of the week.” It was for last Sunday’s episode of HBO’s “The Comeback” titled “Valerie Is Brought to Her Knees.” In that segment, her character of fading actress Valerie Cherish must shoot a sex scene for a new show called “Seeing Red” with Seth Rogen playing himself. Listen to Tom O’Neil‘s recent podcast with Kudrow. TV Line

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Actress Idina Menzel confirms that Disney has a “Frozen” sequel in the works. The original from last year became the highest-grossing animated film of all time with $1.274 billion worldwide. The movie also won Oscars for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (“Let It Go“). Menzel says she will be part of the next film but not a scheduled stage show being developed. Deadline

NBC premieres a new trailer for their upcoming Biblical miniseries “A.D.” The follow-up to last year’s History Channel epic “The Bible” focuses on what happened after Jesus was crucified. The program from executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey will air on April 5, 2015. Hollywood Reporter

Disney and Turner Classic Movies are teaming up with a deal that benefits fans of both companies. Beginning December 21, TCM will start airing programs and movies from the Disney vaults, like “Chip an’ Dale,” “The Reluctant Dragon,” and the Davy Crockett films with Fess Parker. In exchange, Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida will update their popular Great Movie Ride with TCM branding and classic movie moments. Variety

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