Following this year's nominations announcement, ET's Keltie Knight caught up with Barry Adelman, the award show's producer, and Lorenzo Soria, the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who teased what fans can expect at the 2020 ceremony.
"We have a lot of amazing names," Soria said of this year's nominees. "We are very happy and I'm sure we're gonna have a fantastic show."
Their nominations could certainly make for a memorable red carpet or mid-ceremony moment as the two were married from 2000 to 2005. Both went on to tie the knot again -- Pitt to Angelina Jolie in 2014 and Aniston to Justin Theroux in 2015 -- though they have since split from their respective partners. The two have never been nominated for a Golden Globe in the same year before.
"The Golden Globes has been responsible for a lot of things like that," Adelman said of Pitt and Aniston's potential reunion. "We're all working here, we're all professionals, it's happened since the beginning of Hollywood and it's exciting because they're exciting talents and it's great they have them in the room under any circumstances."
"He's talented and people identify with him and he's a great representative of Hollywood," Adelman said of Hanks, who also scored an acting nomination for playing Mister Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
"I think this show with Tom Hanks, Ellen DeGeneres, [host] Ricky Gervais and all those nominees, hands down the most star-studded Golden Globe night of all time," he continued, referencing Gervais, who's serving as this year's host.
Of Gervais, Adelman added that they "love what he brings to the show."
"Anything can happen and I think when you do television today in these shows, you need that ingredient," he said. "You need that, 'What's gonna happen? What's he gonna say? What's gonna go on?' He provides that and we're very excited."