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Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars gathered for Monday’s Oscar luncheon, with the nominees posing at the end for the annual Oscar class photo.

Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Lady Gaga, Matt Damon and Alejandro G. Inarritu were among those in attendance at the event, which took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in L.A. Monday’s get-together marked the 35th edition of the luncheon.

The event was hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ board of governors. In the photo, acting nominees Mark Ruffalo, Charlotte Rampling, Eddie Redmayne, Brie Larson, Sylvester Stallone, Saoirse Ronan, Bryan Cranston, Rachel McAdams, Rooney Mara, Alicia Vikander and Jennifer Jason Leigh can be spotted with a close eye.

Directors Steven Spielberg, George Miller and Ridley Scott also posed for the photo.

Along with Gaga, fellow music nominees Sam Smith, Diane Warren and the Weeknd were in attendance.

The 88th Oscars will be held Feb. 28 and air live on ABC. Chris Rock, who was not at the luncheon, is set to host.

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  1. Donna says:

    The only thing funny about Chris Rock is his refusal to boycott the Oscars. You would have to have rocks in your head to believe he has any honorable reason for hosting. Sure, he’ll spew a lot of racist disregard for fact or truth, which he’ll then use as the excuse for why he hosted. Don’t be fooled! This peppermint patty cares for only one black & a lot of green!!

    • Mark says:

      Exactly. The best thing that ever happened to him is to be black so that he is entitled to whine and make jokes about white people being racist…Then he says Jennifer Lawrence shouldn’t talk about equality for women because she is not black and black women have it worse. What an idiot…So this means that black people shouldn’t talk because chinese people have it worse? Chris Rock is a f idiot and I don’t find him funny AT ALL.

  2. Ashley says:

    Seems to me that their are a lot of white men there. There’s not a lot of variety nor are there very many women. I’m not saying that they don’t deserve any of the awards but I am saying that there are great actors and actresses of different races who deserved nominations as well. This is part of our race fueled problems.

  3. I don’t see one face of #diversity other than women

    • Not sure what constitutes diversity anymore. Are you referring to white, christian men? Not sure what the stereotype is anymore either. But zooming in on the photo, I see eastern european, middle eastern, indian, etc..etc… The women are also a diverse group of cultures. All living the dream of success in Hollywood.

      • Yeah – ZOOMING IN – why should we have to? When we look at the splendor of God’s work do we have to ZOOM IN to see glory? Do we have to ZOOM IN when we look up at the stars to notice how they shine and hang with perfection? Do we have to ZOOM IN when we hold our young to know we love them? Do we have to GET A CLOSE UP on the Sun to see its wonder? So why or why MUST me ZOOM IN to see diversity in world talent? When it’s every where as a product of God’s Genius? It’s time we stop ZOOMING IN on shit that doesn’t matter to see clearly what does. But in the hashtag of #LarryKing that’s #MyTwoCents + an #InfinityQuarter

    • Doug says:

      The Weekend and Alejandro Inarritu are in the top left.

  4. Marie says:

    Well, at least there’s more women in there than last time.

  5. Nanny Mo says:

    I see talented award winners for this year. Next year it will be different. What do you see? If it’s only race, then who’s the racist here? This type of reporting is beneath this rag in modern America.

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