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About Town The Red Carpet THR Nominees Night Beverly Hills, Feb. 5 1 From left: Bria Vinaite, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon 7 Gary Oldman with wife Gisele Schmidt 2 Allison Janney and Willem Dafoe 5 THR’s Matthew Belloni (left) and Jordan Peele 6 Greta Gerwig (left) and Laurie Metcalf 12 From left: Guillermo del Toro, Doug Jones, Agnes Varda’s cardboard cutout and J. Miles Dale 13 Luca Guadagnino (left) and Timothee Chalamet 14 From left: Michael Gracey, Keala Settle, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 30 FEBRUARY 7, 2018

9 Disney Studios’ Alan Horn (left) and Sony Pictures Classics’ Michael Barker 3 Bryan Fogel (left) and Frank Marshall 8 Common, Goldie and Kyle Townsend 15 10 Betty Gabriel 3 Diane Warren (left) and Frances Fisher First LastName, First LastName, First LastName 17 Miguel 4 From left: Tim Zajaros, Dee Rees and Sarah M. Broom 11 David Bar Katz (left) and Sam Rockwell 16 From left: THR’s Lynne Segall, Aaron Sorkin and Molly Bloom 18 Adrian Molina GORDON, DAFOE, MOLINA, SORKIN, OLDMAN, ROCKWELL: ALEX J. BERLINER/ABIMAGES. BELLONI, GERWIG, CHALAMET, WARREN: EMMA MCINTYRE/GETTY IMAGES. SORKIN, DEL TORO, PAUL, COMMON, HORN, PIMENTAL: NEILSON BARNARD/GETTY IMAGES. Party Crawler Oscar Contenders Out in Force THR’s sixth annual Nominees Night got a jolt from two Oscar-contending songs when Miguel (17) and Common (8) took the stage for surprise sets. Miguel performed “Remember Me” from Coco. Common and singer Goldie (8) belted out “Stand Up for Something” from Marshall as songwriter Diane Warren (10) stood by the stage singing along at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut at the Beverly Wilshire. Hosted by THR editorial director Matthew Belloni (5), the starstudded event drew Oscar nominees Jordan Peele (5) (Get Out); Greta Gerwig and Laurie Metcalf (6) (Lady Bird); Timothee Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino (13) (Call Me by Your Name); Gary Oldman (7) (Darkest Hour); Guillermo del Toro (12) and Richard Jenkins (The Shape of Water); Willem Dafoe (2) (The Florida Project); Sam Rockwell (11) (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri); Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon (1) (The Big Sick); Aaron Sorkin (16) (Molly’s Game); Dee Rees (4) (Mudbound); and Allison Janney (2) (I, Tonya), among others. Inside, Guadagnino and Chalamet made a beeline for the raw bar, Star Wars’ Kelly Marie Tran chatted with Get Out’s Betty Gabriel (15), and The Greatest Showman breakout Keala Settle (14) joked of her upcoming Oscars performance: “I want to melt Meryl Streep’s face off.” While honorary Oscar winner and doc feature nominee Agnes Varda (Faces Places) was not in attendance, her co-nominee, JR, squired a cardboard cutout of the legendary director and her cat. The Shape of Water director del Toro posed with the Varda stand-in, while Doug Jones (12) pretended to eat the cat. “It’s just like the movie,” joked del Toro, referring to a scene from his film featuring Jones’ amphibian creature and an unlucky feline. — MIA GALUPPO THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 31 FEBRUARY 7, 2018

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