On Sunday, at the Golden Globes, Kirk Douglas was welcomed with standing applause when he came along with her daughter-in-law, Catherine Zeta-Jones on stage. 101-years old actor and his son Michael Douglas’ wife appeared together to present the award for Best Screenplay for a motion picture. The presentation of Zeta-Jones started after admiring Douglas. She called him a “Living Hollywood Legend” for being remarked in 1991 by the Writers Guild of America due to his efficient role in eliminating the Hollywood blacklist after hiring alleged Communist sympathizer screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. Douglas hired Trumbo to write the impressive and heroic long story in order to ensure the proper credit for his work.
Douglas consumed most of his time on stage to admire his daughter-in-law. The actor delivered his words before they presented the best screenplay for a motion picture to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Douglas said, “Catherine, you said it all. I want to say a speech but I don’t want to say it because I could never follow you”. On 9th December, Douglas also celebrated his 101st birthday. He has appeared in classic movies including “Champion” in 1949. This movie earned first Academy Award for him as the best actor nomination, and Ace in the Hole and Detective Story. NBC live presented the 75th annual Golden Globes Award ceremony on Sunday from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.