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Awards Season is open! Academy governor Steven Spielberg toasted the Governors Awards at Hollywood and Highland on Nov. 11 (seen here). It's just one highlight from TheWrap's tour of Hollywood hobnobbing as stars gear up for Golden Globes glamour and Oscar statuettes.
After their peek-a-boo moment on the carpet (above), Best Actress Oscar winners Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence brought Greta Gerwig in to the mix at the Governors Awards, inside the Ray Dolby Ballroom. That's the same place where the Governors Ball will take place immediately after the March 4 Academy Awards ceremony.
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"The Post’s" Meryl Streep and Tom Brokaw deliver hard news gravitas to awards season. They linked up at the International Rescue Committee’s Freedom Awards in Manhattan.
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Behold this lineup of indie contenders: Margot Robbie, Kumail Nanjiani, Lois Smith, Diane Kruger, Richard Gere, Salma Hayek, Robert Pattinson, and Sean Baker. They huddled at the Roosevelt in Hollywood as part of AFI Fest 2017 presented by Audi.
Justin Timberlake ("Wonderwheel") and annual songwriting contender Diane Warren at Hollywood and Highland. When The Party Report caught up with Warren at a recent Golden Globes party and asked for a new music recommendation, she cheekily offered "Stand Up For Something." That's the song she wrote for "Marshall," performed by Common and Andra Day.
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No mistletoe required: "Wonder Wheel’s" Kate Winslet and "I, Tonya’s" Allison Janney share a podium moment at the Beverly Hilton.
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Director Joe Wright (center) and lead Gary Oldman (right) dig in to the archives at the National Churchill Library in Washington D.C., an epilogue to Oldman's work as Winston Churchill in Wright's "Darkest Hour."
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Paramount chief Jim Gianopulos threw the key Governors Awards after-party at the Sunset Tower. Joining the host, from left, are directors Michael Mann, Kimberly Peirce and Alfonso Cuaron.
Scott Keogh, team "Mudbound" (Mary J. Blige, Carey Mulligan, and Dee Rees), Scott Stuber and Bob Gazzale pose at Netflix's AFI opening night dinner at the Roosevelt.
Throughout AFI, the festival's title sponsor Audi curated an installation in the lobby of the Roosevelt. It featured an AFI-produced PSA featuring women in film and spotlights the Audi Fellowship for Women, which was created earlier this year to support one female director and her entire two-year AFI Conservatory enrollment.