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2018 Academy Awards nominations have arrived and these ten women are all vying for gold on Oscar night. Which of these performances do you think deserves to win? . . BEST ACTRESS: Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird (馃摲: Annie Leibovitz) Margot Robbie, I, Tonya (馃摲: @jus@jus@jus@justbish) Meryl Streep, The Post (馃摲: @samhussein1) Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water (馃摲: @waynemaser) Frances McDormand, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (馃摲: AGF s.r.l.) . . BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Octavia Spencer, The Shape of Water (馃摲: @justbish) Mary J. Blige, Mudbound (馃摲: @justbish) Lesley Manville, Phantom Thread (馃摲: Patrick Lewis) Allison Janney, I, Tonya (馃摲: @justbish) Laurie Metcalf, Lady Bird (馃摲: @bucknerphoto)
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The 2018 Oscar nominations are here! At the link in bio, find a complete list of nominees鈥攊ncluding multiple nods for Greta Gerwig's #LadyBird and @JordanPeele's #GetOut. The 90th Academy Awards, hosted by @JimmyKimmel, air Sunday, March 4, on ABC. Photograph by @aspictures for Vanity Fair's Awards Extra special issue.
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Monday #VFMood courtesy of the incomparable Christopher Walken. Photograph by @fabricedallanese.
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This weekend, Hollywood moved from scorching Los Angeles to snowy climes for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. At the link in bio, see more photos of the stars who stopped by Vanity Fair's portrait studio in Park City, Utah. 馃摳: @justbish
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Thousands rallied in cities around the world this weekend, one year after Donald Trump took office, to demonstrate for women's rights in the wake of America's reckoning with sexual harassment. At the link in bio, see more photos from the 2018 Women鈥檚 March Rally in Las Vegas. Photographs by @GinaLevay.
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The symbolic black gowns at the Golden Globes have given way for more colorful choices at the 2018 @SAGAwards. At the link in bio, @vfvanities rounds up all the looks you need to see from the latest major awards season event.
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To all of our followers: gaun yersel'! 馃挭馃徏 Watch @GerardButler teach you Scottish slang at the link in bio.
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Twenty years ago, Dawson's Creek introduced viewers to a whip-smart cast as they navigated first kisses, sweaty palms, and multiple heartbreaks onscreen. Offscreen, the show also drew together a group of first-time television writers who would go on to become a generation of big-name screenwriters, directors, and producers鈥攎any of whom liken their time on Dawson's Creek to a boot camp and a film school, all rolled into one. At the link in bio, Vanity Fair goes inside the thrilling, chaotic writers' room of the teen drama that influenced a generation.
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Could #GetOut could be the rare horror movie to score big at the Oscars? Will Christopher Nolan get snubbed, yet again? Can Tom Hanks pull off an Oscar nomination? How about Mary J. Blige? At the link in bio, Vanity Fair's #LittleGoldMen podcast explains why it's so hard to make Oscar predictions this year鈥攁nd why they're going to try and ponder the impossible anyway. Photograph by @aspictures.
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Follow @vfphoto today as photographer @rud@ruddyroye posts real-time dispatches from on the ground at the #WomensMarch. #Regram from @vfphoto: "We are so excited to host photographer and humanist @ruddyroye on our @VFphoto Instagram today, as he documents the scene in the nation's capital, where thousands are gathering for the 2018 Women's March on Washington."
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Fun fact: just one year apart, Ansel Elgort and Timoth茅e Chalamet were classmates at the prestigious LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in NYC. At the link in bio, V.F. talks to their drama teacher Mr. Shifman about being blown away by both young actors, who was more popular, and why we may just be seeing the beginning of their talents: "To be as compelling, connected, and dimensional in their early twenties鈥擨 mean, where will they be when they're 40?" (@Ansel photograph by @bjorniooss, @TChalamet photograph by @justbish)
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February cover star Emily Blunt takes "personal responsibility" when negotiating in a wage-gap-conscious world: "I make it a point to not be too concerned with 'I hope they think I'm a team player.' The people who are calling and making the deals are billed to fuck you up. To shortchange you." At the link in bio, Blunt reflects on her 16-year acting career and why now is "a much safer climate to ask for what you want." Photograph by @craigmcdeanstudio.
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