The biggest and brightest stars in Hollywood gathered in Santa Monica, Calif., on March 7 for the 94th Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president David Rubin was thrilled to celebrate since last year's party was canceled due to the Coronavirus. According to Deadline, he told the crowd, "Some of you are first-time nominees, others are veterans of this process, but either way it is an acknowledgement, a realization that your name is joining the ranks of the legends who came before you and who have been part of this great and powerful art form."
Keep scrolling to see the nominees on the carpet!
Well-suited! The actor was all smiles in a gray suit — and for good reason: his movie Nightmare Alley, which he starred in and helped produce, is up for Best Picture.
The singer stepped out in a black velvet shirt and a cream skirt, both by Gucci. She added some height with a pair of platform Mary Jane shoes.
Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell's tune "No Time to Die," which was written for the James Bond movie of the same name, is nominated for Best Song. "Words cannot describe how honored and excited we are to have been nominated for an Academy Award for our song ‘No Time To Die,’" she gushed in reaction. "It was a lifelong dream of ours to write a Bond theme, and one we never thought would ever come true."
The multifaceted King Richard star, who's up for Best Actor, looked suave in a blue suit and brown turtleneck top.
Javier Bardem & Penelope Cruz
Twice as nice! Bardem stuck to all black while his wife rocked a pretty pink frock and black heels.
The actor received a nod for Being the Ricardos, while his other half is up for an award due to her role in Parallel Mothers.
The Best Actress nominee wore a black midi-length dress that featured feathered cuffs. Instead of bringing a family member as her plus one, The Eyes of Tammy Faye star had HIV activist Reverend Steve Pieters come as her date.
The handsome star matched his surroundings in a patterned navy suit. TheTick, Tick... Boom! star is up for Best Actor.
There's no doubt that the first-time Oscar nominee, who's up for Best Supporting Actress, is tickled pink about her moment in the spotlight! The West Side Story actress looked stylish in a a double-breasted suit coat and matching pants.
"Damn that was fun," she admitted after the bash.