THR's Nominees Night: Oscar Hopefuls Celebrate at 2014 Bash
8:32 PM PST 2/10/2014 by THR Staff
Top performers, studio executives and producers including Leonardo DiCaprio, David O. Russell, Jared Leto, Julie Delpy and Jeffrey Katzenberg stepped out to the star-filled soiree on Feb. 10 at Wolfgang Puck's Spago in Beverly Hills.
Best actor nominee Leonardo DiCaprio was dashing in an Armani suit and white shirt, opting to go without a tie. More photos from inside the party, where Karen O and CeeLoGreen performed, can be found here.
Cloris Leachman and Jeffrey Katzenberg greeted each other at the entrance.
Best adapted screenplay nominee Steve Coogan cut a classically English profile as he arrived at the party.
Jeffrey Katzenberg was one of the first A-list guests to arrive.
"The nominees lunch and THR's Nominees Night are the highlights of course," said producer Harvey Weinstein of his busy awards season with August: Osage County, Philomena and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Outside the Nominees Night
The exterior of Spago Beverly Hills glowed red and gold for the VIP event.
Media mogul Sumner Redstone was among the Hollywood executives at the event.
At the age of 77, Bruce Dern is nominated for his first best actor Oscar for his performance in Alexander Payne's Nebraska.
Karen O dedicated her performance to her good friend and frequent collaborator Spike Jonze.
Felix Van Groeningen
Belgian director Felix Van Groeningen got a taste of the Hollywood scene.
DJ Kiss provided the musical entertainment for the evening.
Max Lang and Jan Lachauer
Room on the Broom directors Max Lang and Jan Lachauer arrived together.
Philippe Le Sourd
French cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd was on hand to celebrate his work on The Grandmaster.
The Wolf of Wall Street star P.J. Byrne goofed around taking selfies.
Actor Richard Brooks came out to toast this year's nominees.
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