Oscars 2016: Red carpet arrivals
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Oscars 2016: Red carpet arrivals

From left, Whoopi Goldberg, Sofia Vergara and Jacob Tremblay arrive at the 88th Academy Awards.

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Jennifer Lawrence

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“The Martian” actor Matt Damon

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Actress Priyanka Chopra

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Taylor Kinney, left, and Lady Gaga arrive at the Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

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“Titanic” costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet reunite on the red carpet.

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Amy Poehler and Michael Keaton

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Charlize Theron

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The Weeknd and Common

 

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Oscar nominees Cate Blanchett (“Carol”) and Bryan Cranston (“Trumbo”).

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Oscar nominee Rachel McAdams (supporting actress, “Spotlight”).

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From left, actress Margot Robbie, best actor nominee Eddie Redmayne (“The Danish Girl”) and actress Jennifer Garner.

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People protest the all-white slate of acting Oscar nominees and lack of diversity in the industry near the 88th Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center.

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Taylor Kinney, left, and Lady Gaga

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“Director Ridley Scott and Giannina Facio, left, and supporting actor nominee Tom Hardy (“The Revenant”) with Charlotte Riley.

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Supporting actor nominee Tom Hardy (“The Revenant”) with actress Charlotte Riley.

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Best actress nominee Cate Blanchett (“Carol”).

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Nominees and former costars Kate Winslet (supporting actress, “Steve Jobs”) and Leonardo DiCaprio (best actor, “The Revenant”).

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Leonardo DiCaprio

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Actor Christian Bale with wife Sibi Blazic.

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Reese Witherspoon

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Model Heidi Klum

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Model Chrissy Teigen and husband John Legend

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Kerry Washington

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Supporting actress winner Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”).

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Naomi Watts, Olivia Munn, Priyanka Chopra

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Cinematographer Ed Lachman, Spirit Award winner and Oscar nominee for “Carol.”

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Mindy Kaling

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Jordan’s foreign-language nominee “Theeb” is represented by, from left, director Naji Abu Nowar and actors Jacir Eid and Hassan Mutlag Al-Maraiyeh.

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Sofia Vergara, costar of ABC’s "Modern Family,” on the red carpet.

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Actor Byung-hun Lee.

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Governors Ball chef Wolfgang Puck.

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From left, model Heidi Klum, best actress nominee Saorise Ronan (“Brooklyn”) and last year’s supporting actress winner Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”).

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“Room’s” young actor Jacob Tremblay shares a stretch of red carpet with “Modern Family’s” Sofia Vergara.

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From left, Whoopi Goldberg, Sofia Vergara and Jacob Tremblay.

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From left, actress Chloe Pirrie, nominated songwriter Diane Warren (“Til It Happens to You” for the documentary “The Hunting Ground”) and Canadian TV correspondent Keltie Knight.

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Original song nominees Jimmy Napes, left, and  Sam Smith (“Writing’s on the Wall,” “Spectre”).

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Nominated film editor Hank Corwin (“The Big Short”) and wife Nancy arrive at the 88th Academy Awards.

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Actor Orlando Jones during the arrivals.

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Tobias Lindholm, center, director of Denmark’s foreign-language nominee “A War,” arrives with the film’s lead actor Pilou Asbæk, right.

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“Beasts of No Nation” actor Abraham Attah.

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Morning show host and former NFL player Michael Strahan addresses the media on the red carpet.

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“Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts.

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Composer Carter Burwell, nominated for original score for “Carol.”

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Model Dorith Mous on the red carpet.

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Members of the nominated live-action short feature “Shok” arrive on the red carpet for the 88th Academy Awards.

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Sofia Vergara at the 88th Academy Awards.

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“Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts and “Live With Kelly and Michael” co-host Michael Strahan arrive at the Oscars.

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“Beasts of No Nation” costar Abraham Attah arrives at the 88th Academy Awards.

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Orlando Jones arrives for the 88th Academy Awards.

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TV personality Stephanie Bauer on the Oscars red carpet.

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TV personality Giuliana Rancic at the 88th Academy Awards.

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TV personality Maria Menounos at the 88th  Academy Awards.

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