The 12-year-old We Bought a Zoo star (and little sister to Dakota) wore a lace Valentino dress to the event, held at Hollywood and Highland on Nov. 13 in L.A.
Sofia Coppola and Stephen Dorff
The Somewhere director (with Dorff) came out to support her father, Francis Ford Coppola, who received the academy's Irving G. Thalberg award.
The Rabbit Hole star, one of 600 attendees to the glam event, looked dapper in a tux.
The Conviction star (who discussed the early Oscar buzz for her movie at THR's actresses' roundtable) donned a swirled Marchesa frock.
Diane Lane and Josh Brolin
The Secretariat star was red hot with her True Grit husband.
Don Mischer and Sid Ganis
The show producers said they wanted to "put on an entertaining show that will do what we can't do on the big show, which is to dig into the careers" of Kevin Brownlow, Jean-Luc Godard (who was a no-show), Eli Wallach and Coppola.
Eastwood (with his wife) helped present an honorary Oscar to 94-year-old character actor Eli Wallach (whom he worked with on The Good, The Bad and the Ugly), calling him "a great performer and a great friend."
George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
Lucas (with his wife) lauded Coppola, calling him "my big brother and my mentor... He taught me how to write. He taught me how to direct. He actually personified a whole era of the American film industry... He was our leader. He was our inspiration.”
Francis Ford Coppola
The legendary writer-director-producer received the Irving G. Thalberg award for producing films like American Graffiti, The Godfather II and Apocalypse Now.
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Zoe Saldana transforms into Ellen Ripley from "Aliens" while Nathan Fillion taps into his inner Captain Kirk and Chris Hardwick goes "Back to the Future" as Marty McFly in THR's tribute to graphic novels, with the help of illustrator and artist Reid Kikuo Johnson. View gallery