Oscars 2020 red carpet highlights: Parasite cast, Billy Porter and more – CNET


The cast and director of Parasite deserve everything and more.

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With the red carpet rolled out and the stars filing in to Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre, the Oscars are well and truly upon us. But before this post turns into a list of the winners, updated live (the main show starts at 5 p.m. PT), let’s sit back and appreciate those who came solely to deliver red carpet looks.

Meanwhile, get your Oscars predictions ready with this handy and totally accurate guide, or take a look behind the scenes at the Dolby Theatre. Finally, appreciate some of the relatively smaller categories by watching all five of the live-action short nominees (it won’t take long).

Keep refreshing this page for more Twitter reactions as the stars take the red carpet stage.

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Red carpet highlights

How dare they be so adorable: JoJo Rabbit’s Roman Griffin Davis and Archie Yates have landed.

Laura Dern, who recently shone at the Film Independent Spirit Awards (for reasons other than winning awards), brought her mother along for the ride.

Director Spike Lee paid tribute to Kobe Bryant.

A lineup of the women who voice the non-English versions of Frozen’s Elsa. This is definitely a moment.

Julia Butters, aka the child actress from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, brought her own food. She really is a genius.

Parasite alert: The cast and director Bong Joon-ho are here. Now give them everything they deserve.

He ran all the way here: 1917’s brilliant George MacKay has made it to the red carpet.

Billy Porter gets the credit for first major red carpet moment with this phoenix-inspired couture.

Greta Gerwig and Timothée Chalamet will feel the love from @fiImloser

Zazie Beetz arrived to represent Joker, this year’s most-nominated film with 11 nods (it still probably won’t win best picture).

We’ll keep updating this post as more stars (and entertaining reactions) file in.

source: cnet.com