Oscar Nominees Luncheon

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The 2024 Oscar nominees, including Robert Downey Jr., Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, and Margot Robbie, gathered at the annual luncheon. The event featured a star-studded class photo, prestigious guests, and the breakout star: a dog from the film Anatomy of a Fall.

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The Oscar nominees for the 96th Academy Awards gathered for their annual luncheon at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The event included a class photo where all the nominees gathered together [Daily Mail]. Among the attendees were actors Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Margot Robbie, and Robert Downey Jr. who mingled and posed for photos on the red carpet [People]. Notably, a canine actor named Messi from the film "Anatomy of a Fall" also attended the luncheon and garnered attention from the celebrities [Latestly]. Steven Spielberg, who was present at the luncheon, praised the stellar year of cinema and the quality of the nominated films [News.com.au].

In other news, Christopher Nolan won the top prize at the Directors Guild Awards for his film "Oppenheimer" [USA Today]. The award is considered a precursor to the Oscars, putting Nolan on track for a potential win at the upcoming Academy Awards [Strait Times]. "Oppenheimer" also received accolades for Celine Song and AP's Mstyslav Chernov [Globe and Mail]. The film's director, Christopher Nolan, expressed his gratitude for the recognition and praised the work of his fellow nominees [Deadline].

Overall, the Oscar nominees luncheon provided an opportunity for the nominees to come together and celebrate their achievements in the film industry. The event showcased the diversity and talent of the nominees, from established stars like Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie to breakout performers like Messi the dog [Hollywood Reporter]. As the awards season continues, anticipation builds for the upcoming Oscars ceremony where the winners will be announced.

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