Emma Stone takes the plunge in low-cut pink dress alongside stylish Eva Longoria and Greta Gerwig at star-studded 2024 Directors Guild Awards in LA
Emma Stone stole the spotlight with Eva Longoria and Greta Gerwig at the 2024 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday.
The Hollywood beauties turned heads in fabulous gowns to help celebrate the year’s best in filmmaking talent at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
The Poor Things star exuded pure elegance in her beautiful plunging pink dress, adorned with an intricate woven design that added a touch of sophistication to her flawless look
Dazzling in a gold ensemble, the Desperate Housewives alum graced the red carpet with undeniable presence and glamour.
The Barbie director, who was nominated for a DGA, wowed in a stunning crimson gown with an array of blackened silver studs.
Yorgos Lanthimos, Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo had a ‘Poort Things’ reunion
Dazzling in a gold ensemble, the Desperate Housewives alum graced the red carpet with undeniable presence and glamor
The trio of beauties led the cavalcade of lights, including Cillian Murphy, Mark Ruffalo and Rose Byrne.
This year’s nominated lineup features a familiar group of contenders in the awards circuit.
Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer), Yorgos Lanthimos (Poor Things), and Martin Scorsese (Killers of the Flower Moon) lead the five nominees.
Greta Gerwig (Barbie) and Alexander Payne (The Holdovers) are also in the running, despite being singled out for the upcoming Oscars.
Within the category honoring first-time feature directors, notable nominees include Cord Jefferson for American Fiction, Manuela Martelli for Chili ’76, Noora Niasari for Shayda, AV Rockwell for A Thousand and One, and Celine Song for Past Lives.
In the field of television, Succession takes the lead with four nominations.
The comedy series division showcased a balanced contest, with The Bear and Ted Lasso receiving two nods each, and Bill Hader securing the final nomination for Barry.
In the TV Movie and Limited Series category, Lessons in Chemistry led the pack with three nominations, joined by All the Light We Cannot See and Daisy Jones & The Six completing the impressive line-up of nominees.
Ryan Gosling and Greta Gerwig had a Barbie reunion
Rose Byrne took over the red carpet looking every inch the glamorous movie star
Zoe Lister-Jones was a beautiful ballerina while Carla Gallo oozed elegance
Karen Gillan exuded sex appeal in her daring ensemble
The documentary category DGA nominees are Moses Bwayo and Christopher Sharp for Bobi Wine: The People’s President, Mstyslav Chernov for 20 Days in Mariupol, Madeleine Gavin for Beyond Utopia, Davis Guggenheim for Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, and D. Smith for Kokomo City.
In addition, the Directors Guild will present David Nutter with the Lifetime Achievement Award in Television, Janet G. Knutsen with the Frank Capra Achievement Award, and Gary Natoli with the Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award.
The 2024 DGA Awards kicked off with DGA President Lesli Linka Glatter acknowledging the historic double strike that took place last year.
Ilana Glazer added some perks to her design
Patty Jenkins looked like Wonder Woman in her metallic sensation as Nzingha Stewart dazzled in her puffy purple dress
Scream Queens’ Nasim Pedrad looked fabulous in her chic attire
Lily Rabe dazzles in a black dress with Ethan Tobman
Rashida Jones was at the shindig when Australian director Kim Gehrig stunned on the red carpet
Cillian Murphy cut a dapper figure in his tuxedo
“I struggle to find words to address the pain that everyone in our industry has experienced in our collective struggle to get what we all deserve,” Glatter said.
“We are grateful to be back doing the work we love, with extraordinary new creative and economic protection for DGA members and so many others.
“Our sister guilds, the WGA and SAG-AFTRA, have fought hard and made strong agreements on behalf of their members.”
The British actress Helen Mirren and her husband, the American director Taylor Hackford, were a beautiful couple
Judd Apatow looked dapper as he hosted for the fifth time, while Matt Bomer kept it modern with a bold color
Returning as host for the fifth time, Judd Apatow cracked a few jokes about the strikes.
‘Finally, what have we learned from the strikes? We’ve learned that Fran Drescher is the voice of reason, and unfortunately, that’s what reason sounds like.
“And two, audiences like to watch old shows that have been around for many seasons. They don’t care if they are new at all.’
Robin Thede, Max Greenfield and Jodi Balfour made quite the trio
Nina Senicar and Jay Ellis stole the spotlight in their stylish ensembles
Karimah Westbrook turned heads in her chic black dress
Manuela Martelli was a class act in her white blouse and black trousers
Yashar Kassai and Stephanie Lee made a beautiful couple on the red carpet
Karen Pittman looked like a glamorous superhero at the event
Max Greenfield and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau looked handsome on the red carpet
David Guggenheim added a modern touch to his ensemble with a bow tie
Shawn Levy and Coco Levy lit up the red carpet
Jeffrey W. Byrd looked handsome in his smart suit
The Big Bang Theory’s Kevin Sussman wore a cool suit as New Zealand comic icon Rhys Darby looked dapper
The directing team Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert performed fantastically