The Oscar winners promoted gender parity and inclusivity for women and people of color, both on screen and off, also championing journalists.
The Oscar winners joined Elizabeth Banks, Raquel Welch, Mary J. Blige, Kate Bosworth and Selma Blair for the event supporting Vital Voices.
“I never told anybody I wanted [Brie] to play me because it was too diva-ish,” revealed author Jeannette Walls.
Nick Jonas, Jhené Aiko, Big Sean, Kate Bosworth, Dylan and Hopper Penn and Rashida Jones were among those who stayed to party postshow.
Director Ben Wheatley’s latest film is out April 21.
“Nicole! A ‘lion’ roars!” a veteran reporter called to her. “More like a kitten,” she giggled.
Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, Brie Larson, Viola Davis and more attend Women in Film’s Pre-Oscar party, which had a political bent amid the glamour.
Naomi Campbell, Sting, Annette Bening, Kristen Bell and more among the latest Golden Globes 2017 presenters.
Brie Larson, Rowan Blanchard and Rainey Qualley were among those who attended Liz Goldwyn’s Standing Rock dinner.
Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Samuel L. Jackson and Felicity Jones were among the stars at BAFTA Britannia Awards 2016.
Brie Larson and director Jodi Wille hosted a Women of Cinefamily dinner for guests Chloë Sevigny, Rowan Blanchard, Kiernan Shipka and more.
Larson will direct and star in the upcoming comedy.
As the sole sponsor of the first Women of Cinefamily Weekend, Southern California fashion brand BB Dakota wants to inspire consumers with stories of women who are entrepreneurs, artists and activists.