Director Greta Gerwig and the characters of her film barbie, Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling were the big stars of the Oscar luncheon, which brings together all the nominees a month before the awards.
Although there was a controversy on social networks about the alleged pettiness of the Hollywood Academy in not presenting Gerwig and Robbie in the categories of best director and actor, both were well received by their colleagues at the meeting. Nominees for each edition are taken.
After arriving in the main lobby of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, Gerwig couldn’t take a step without being interrupted by an industry member or guest who wished to make a comment about her. work or ask for a selfie.
“I’m very happy, it’s very exciting and I’m enjoying everything. “It’s something that never gets old,” said the director Barbie of EFE. The same happened with Gosling, who was responsible for attracting one of the busiest tables at the luncheon by attracting the likes of Carey Mulligan and Emily Blunt.
However, the most exciting moment was his reunion with Emma Stone, his former co-star in the film. La La Land Which earned both Oscar nominations in the Actor and Lead Actor categories in 2017.
For her part, Rob, the “flesh and blood” Barbie, was also one of the most sought-after at the event and one of the best-dressed, wearing a classic pink Chanel suit that was very much in line with the outfits she wore during the event. A film about a Mattel doll.
“It’s very exciting to be here,” Robbie told EFE, who said she will have her first dress this Monday for the ceremony, which will take place on March 10.
Without a doubt, another big star of the event was Snoopy, the border collie Anatomy of a Fall, who stole the heart of actress America Ferrera, who did not miss the opportunity to take a photo, or Gosling himself, who approached the dog to meet him.
Academy President Janet Young congratulated attendees on the “highest privilege” of presenting at the awards and reminded them to prepare specific acceptance speeches.
“Please keep your speeches short, you have 45 seconds (…) speak from the heart and be authentic,” the president said.
Young used a video of Spain’s Javier Bardem as a resource in 2008 when he accepted an Oscar for his work. There is no place for old people here Explaining what a “good speech” is and demonstrating that 45 seconds is more than enough.
But the representation of Spain was not limited to this video, as the directors Pablo Berger was nominated in the category of the best animated film. Robot Dreams, and Juan Antonio Bayona, competing in the Best International Films section Snow Society. Bayona posted a photo on her X account with director Steven Spielberg, showing that she was the first to congratulate the film.
J. Bayona was accompanied by her hero, Uruguayan actor Enzo Vogrinic: “I never imagined that I would be here, I’m very excited,” the 30-year-old actor who plays Numa Turcat in the film about the tragedy of the Andes. .
There was no shortage of applause at any time, but as they began to call the actors to the stands for a generational photo, some personalities got more encouragement than others, such as Lily Gladstone, singer John Baptiste, veteran director. Steven Spielberg or actor Paul Giamatti.
However, the moment was petrified by director Christopher Nolan – a big awards season favorite whose film. Oppenheimer This edition of the Oscars is hosted by its strong contender Martin Scorsese.
The winners of the 96th Academy Awards will be announced on March 10 in a televised ceremony from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Source: El Diario