Rosamund Pike enjoys a red carpet reunion with Saltburn producer Margot Robbie and director Emerald Fennell at the Governors Awards

The ladies behind Saltburn, Rosamund Pike, Emerald Fennell and Margot Robbie, reunited on Tuesday at the 14th annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles. 

Rosamund, 45, stars in the psychological thriller as Lady Elspeth Catton, while Emerald, 38, wrote and directed the film.

Margot, 33, produced the film alongside her husband Tom Ackerley through their company LuckyChap Entertainment, after previously collaborating with Emerald on her 2020 movie Promising Young Woman.

The three stars looked nothing short of sensational as they posed together at the star-studded awards.

Rosamund exuded elegance in a stunning strapless gown adorned with fabric red roses and featuring a dramatically structured skirt.

The ladies behind Saltburn, Rosamund Pike (C), Emerald Fennell (R) and Margot Robbie (L), reunited on Tuesday at the 14th annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles

Rosamund, 45, stars in the psychological thriller as Lady Elspeth Catton, while Emerald, 38, wrote and directed the film

Rosamund, 45, stars in the psychological thriller as Lady Elspeth Catton, while Emerald, 38, wrote and directed the film

Margot, 33, produced the film alongside her husband Tom Ackerley through their company LuckyChap Entertainment, after previously collaborating with Emerald on her 2020 movie Promising Young Woman

Margot, 33, produced the film alongside her husband Tom Ackerley through their company LuckyChap Entertainment, after previously collaborating with Emerald on her 2020 movie Promising Young Woman

The actress’ dress boasted a plunging bustier that showed off a hint of cleavage while she added a pair of bright pink gemstone earrings.

Margot dazzled in a black gown with a deep v-shaped neck and midriff cutouts that flashed a peek at her toned abs.

Her dress was encrusted in silver and diamond accents and the actress added even more sparkle with a pair of matching bejewelled waterfall earrings.

Emerald oozed sophistication in a sparkling high-necked black gown with an attached flowing cape that trailed behind her.

The Oscar winner’s dress was decorated from head to toe in tiny gemstones that gleamed under the camera flashes.

Saltburn has generated huge buzz since its release late last year and has seen stars Rosamund and Barry Keoghan nominated for a number of awards, including Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes.

The film follows Oxford University scholar Oliver, played by Barry, who is struggling to fit in with his plummy pals who have all been brought up with a silver spoon.

Oliver strikes up a friendship and infatuation with toff Felix (Jacob Elordi), who invites him to his family’s estate, Saltburn, for the summer where he meets Felix’s mother, played by Rosamund.

The three stars looked nothing short of sensational as they posed together at the star-studded awards

The three stars looked nothing short of sensational as they posed together at the star-studded awards

Rosamund exuded elegance in a stunning strapless gown adorned with fabric red roses and featuring a dramatically structured skirt

Rosamund exuded elegance in a stunning strapless gown adorned with fabric red roses and featuring a dramatically structured skirt

Margot dazzled in a black gown with a deep v-shaped neck and midriff cutouts that flashed a peek at her toned abs

Margot dazzled in a black gown with a deep v-shaped neck and midriff cutouts that flashed a peek at her toned abs

Emerald oozed sophistication in a sparkling high-necked black gown with an attached flowing cape that trailed behind her

Emerald oozed sophistication in a sparkling high-necked black gown with an attached flowing cape that trailed behind her

One moment that has sparked much reaction online is the bathtub scene, which is one of a few moments in the film which left viewers reeling.

The shocking scene sees Oliver trying to get to know his pal on a much more intimate level.

After Felix masturbates while having a soak in the tub, Oliver then sneaks in and slurps up the bath water.

Margot addressed the graphic scene this week, admitting that while it shocked many viewers, she was not remotely surprised by it. 

She said: ‘It didn’t feel that shocking in the script, because Emerald [Fennell] immerses you into a world so quickly. She’s so masterful at tone and plot…

‘She gets you into it so quickly — you’re just immediately like, ‘I’m in this world.’ So by the time you get to something like the bathtub scene, she’s primed you for it.

Margot praised the way that Emerald manages to ‘get into the brains’ of her audience and claimed that the scene is a ‘watercooler moment’ that would get fans talking. 

The Governors Awards is an annual event celebrating awards conferred by the Academy’s Board of Governors. 

Saltburn has generated huge buzz since its release late last year and has seen stars Rosamund and Barry Keoghan (right) nominated for a number of awards, including Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes

Saltburn has generated huge buzz since its release late last year and has seen stars Rosamund and Barry Keoghan (right) nominated for a number of awards, including Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes

The film follows Oxford University scholar Oliver, played by Barry, who is struggling to fit in with his plummy pals who have all been brought up with a silver spoon

The film follows Oxford University scholar Oliver, played by Barry, who is struggling to fit in with his plummy pals who have all been brought up with a silver spoon

Oliver strikes up a friendship and infatuation with toff Felix (Jacob Elordi), who invites him to his family's estate, Saltburn, for the summer where he meets Felix's mother, played by Rosamund (Jacob pictured in film)

Oliver strikes up a friendship and infatuation with toff Felix (Jacob Elordi), who invites him to his family’s estate, Saltburn, for the summer where he meets Felix’s mother, played by Rosamund (Jacob pictured in film)

One moment that has sparked much reaction online is the bathtub scene, which is one of a few moments in the film which left viewers reeling

One moment that has sparked much reaction online is the bathtub scene, which is one of a few moments in the film which left viewers reeling

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honored Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, Carol Littleton and Michelle Satter at the event.

Academy President Janet Yang said in a press release of Angela’s nomination: ‘Across her decades-long career, Angela Bassett has continued to deliver transcendent performances that set new standards in acting.’

The actress earned two Oscar nominations: first for best actress for 1993’s What’s Love Got to Do with It, and later for best supporting actress for last year’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, where she played Queen Ramonda.

Angela gave a passionate speech, telling the crowd: ‘I have considered acting my calling and not just my career… to be recognized in this way for what I love doing is truly wonderful, and I am beyond grateful,’ as per the Hollywood Reporter.

‘I have had to let it sink in that I am the second Black actress to receive an honorary Academy Award [after the late Cicely Tyson]… and I hope that she is smiling from the heavens that I’m able to join her in that circle of recognition.’

She went on: ‘This, for me, is not just another award.’

The star then named Hattie McDaniel, the first Black actress to win an Academy Award in 1940, for Gone With the Wind: ‘She historically tore down a barrier… and it would be another 50 years before another Black woman would win an Oscar [referring to Whoopi Goldberg, who won for Ghost]… and still more than another decade before the next historic win [Halle Berry, who became the first Black best actress winner, for Monster’s Ball)… which, after more than two decades, remains “the only.”‘

She then shared the names of all Black actresses who have won Oscars: ‘Ten actresses who are makers of history in our industry. I call their names to acknowledge every one of them this evening for being beacons of possibility and hope for little Black and Brown girls who aspire to one day pursue the dream of becoming an actor.’ 

During the event Glenn Close was seen introducing Carol, before presenting the film editor with her honorary award. 

Meanwhile legendary comedian and filmmaker Mel said, ‘This is beautiful. I got to tell you, this means a lot to me. It really means a lot,’ as he accepted his award.

Governors Awards 2024 honorees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 14th Annual Governors Awards, held at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Los Angeles, handed out a number of honorary Oscars to some of Hollywood’s most deserving stars.

This year, Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and Carol Littleton received Academy Honorary Awards while Michelle Satter was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

An eventful evening: This year, Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and Carol Littleton received Academy Honorary Awards while Michelle Satter was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

An eventful evening: This year, Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and Carol Littleton received Academy Honorary Awards while Michelle Satter was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

Angela Bassett

Following her decades-long career in Hollywood, the performer, 65, finally went home with one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry worldwide.

Last year, she received a nomination for best supporting actress for last year’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever for her role as Queen Ramonda. 

The nod came three decades after she competed in the category for best actress for 1993’s What’s Love Got to Do with It. 

Over the years, she has received various accolades, including two Golden Globe Awards. 

Her credits include Avengers: Endgame (2019), Black Panther (2018), How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998), Malcolm X (1992), Waiting to Exhale (1995) and Vampire in Brooklyn (1995). 

She and her ex-husband share twin Slater and Bronwyn. 

An honor: Following her decades-long career in Hollywood, Angela Bassett finally went home with one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry worldwide

An honor: Following her decades-long career in Hollywood, Angela Bassett finally went home with one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry worldwide

Mel Brooks

The American actor and comedian finally received a Honorary Academy Award, at the age of 97.

He is one of only 18 entertainers to ever achieve EGOT status.

The exclusive group is composed of those who have successfully won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.

He rose to fame as one of the most successful film directors of the 1970s. 

While he is best known for films like The Producers (1967), The Twelve Chairs (1970), Blazing Saddles (1974), Young Frankenstein (1974) and Silent Movie (1976), he most recently wrote and produced the Hulu series History of the World, Part II (2023). 

The New York City native was married to actress Anne Bancroft from 1964 until her death in 2005. 

Officially part of the EGOT club! Mel Brooks finally received a Honorary Academy Award, at the age of 97

Officially part of the EGOT club! Mel Brooks finally received a Honorary Academy Award, at the age of 97

Carol Littleton

The film editor, whose body of work includes Body Heat (1981) and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), previously won an Emmy for her work on the film Tuesdays with Morrie (1999).

On Tuesday night, she was one of the lucky few to receive a Honorary Academy Award. 

Over awards in her trophy case include an American Cinema Editors. 

She was born Oklahoma City and attended the University of Oklahoma College of Arts & Sciences. 

Five years after earning her bachelor’s degree in 1965, she obtained her master’s. 

She was married to cinematographer John Bailey from 1972 until his passing last year. 

Exciting: On Tuesday night, Carol Littleton was one of the lucky few to receive a Honorary Academy Award

Exciting: On Tuesday night, Carol Littleton was one of the lucky few to receive a Honorary Academy Award

Michelle Satter

Michelle Satter, a founder and director of the Sundance Institute’s artist programs, was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. 

According to the Oscar’s website, the honor goes to an ‘individual in the motion picture industry whose humanitarian efforts have brought credit to the industry.’ 

‘The award is named for the Danish actor and translator who was one of Hollywood’s most active philanthropists,’ per the Academy’s description. 

Satter currently serves as the founding senior director of the Sundance Institute’s Artist Programs. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, she helped create the Sundance Collab digital platform. 

A huge achievement: Michelle Satter, a founder and director of the Sundance Institute's artist programs, was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

A huge achievement: Michelle Satter, a founder and director of the Sundance Institute’s artist programs, was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

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