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 alongside 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 looked incredible in her plunging pink gown featuring a high slit through the leg. 

Sparkling in a gold number, the Desperate Housewives alum commanded attention on the red carpet.  

Greta, who is up for an award for Barbie, adorned herself in a stunning scarlet gown adorned with bedazzled silver buttons.

The trio of beauties led the cavalcade of luminaries, including Cillian Murphy, Mark Ruffalo and Rose Byrne.

This year’s lineup showcases a familiar cast of contenders in the awards circuit.

Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer), Yorgos Lanthimos (Poor Things), and Martin Scorsese (Killers of the Flower Moon) headline the five nominees. 

Greta Gerwig (Barbie) and Alexander Payne (The Holdovers) are also in the running, despite being snubbed for the upcoming Oscars.  

In the realm of television, “Succession” takes the lead with four nominations.

Judd Apatow returned as host for the 76th edition of the DGA Awards. 

76th ANNUAL DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA AWARDS NOMINEES

Theatrical Feature Film

GRETA GERWIG – Barbie

YORGOS LANTHIMOS – Poor Things

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN – Oppenheimer

ALEXANDER PAYNE – The Holdovers

MARTIN SCORSESE – Killers of the Flower Moon

 

Dramatic Series

PETER HOAR – The Last of Us, ‘Long, Long Time’

BECKY MARTIN – Succession, ‘Rehearsal’

MARK MYLOD – Succession, Connor’s ‘Wedding’

ANDRIJ PAREKH – Succession, ‘America Decides’

ROBERT PULCINI & SHARI SPRINGER BERMAN – Succession, ‘Tailgate Party’

 

Movies for Television and Limited Series

SHAWN LEVY – All the Light We Cannot See

TARA MIELE – Lessons in Chemistry, ‘Introduction to Chemistry’

MILLICENT SHELTON – Lessons in Chemistry, ‘Poirot’

SARAH ADINA SMITH – Lessons in Chemistry, ‘Her and Him’

NZINGHA STEWART – Daisy Jones & The Six, ‘Track 10: Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide’

First-Time Theatrical Feature Film 

CORD JEFFERSON – American Fiction

MANUELA MARTELLI – Chile ‘76

NOORA NIASARI – Shayda

A.V. ROCKWELL – A Thousand and One

CELINE SONG – Past Lives

 

Comedy Series 

ERICA DUNTON – Ted Lasso, ‘La Locker Room Aux Folles’

BILL HADER – Barry, ‘wow’

DECLAN LOWNEY – Ted Lasso, ‘So Long, Farewell’

CHRISTOPHER STORER – The Bear, ‘Fishes’

RAMY YOUSSEF – The Bear, ‘Honeydew’

 

Documentary

MOSES BWAYO & CHRISTOPHER SHARP – Bobi Wine: The People’s President

MSTYSLAV CHERNOV – 20 Days in Mariupol

MADELEINE GAVIN – Beyond Utopia

DAVIS GUGGENHEIM – Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

D. SMITH – Kokomo City

 

Lifetime Achievement & Service Award Recipients

DAVID NUTTER – Lifetime Achievement Award

in Television

JANET G. KNUTSEN – Frank Capra Achievement Award

GARY NATOLI – Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award

 

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