Oscars: 34 Legendary Producers Gather for THR's Once-in-a-Lifetime Class Photo

Winners and nominees -- past and present -- assembled at the Beverly Hills home of Robert Evans on Feb. 19 for The Hollywood Reporter's exclusive photo shoot.

This story first appeared in the March 7 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

THR deputy photo editor Carrie Smith, senior editor Stacey Wilson and awards analyst Scott Feinberg managed to convince 34 Oscar-winning and -nominated producers of 48 movies to assemble at Evans' Woodland estate in Beverly Hills. "We decided to aim big and gather a cross-section of generations," says Feinberg.

Quincy Jones (The Color Purple) arrived fashionably late to a hero's welcome; Gibson wore the same shirt as Jon Landau (Titanic), who quipped, "Did you bring another shirt?" The shoot also reunited Fred Roos (The Godfather Part II) and Michael Phillips (The Sting) after 40 years.

"Knowing that we were among some of the greatest personalities in the history of cinema was amazing," says Wilson.

Academy Award-winning and nominated producers of 48 films in the running for best picture gathered at the Beverly Hills home of Robert Evans for a class photo. Click the photo to take a look inside the once-in-a-lifetime moments. 

Who's Who and Their Oscar History

1. Jon Landau

Winner, Titanic (1998); nominee, Avatar (2010)

2. Robbie Brenner

Nominee, Dallas Buyers Club (2014)

3. Ron Yerxa

Nominee, Nebraska (2014)

4. Jonathan Gordon

Nominee, Silver Linings Playbook (2013), American Hustle (2014)

5. Nicolas Chartier

Winner, The Hurt Locker (2010)

6. Donna Gigliotti

Winner, Shakespeare in Love (1999); nominee, The Reader (2009), Silver Linings Playbook (2013)

7. Richard Suckle

Nominee, American Hustle (2014)

8. Bill Pohlad

Nominee, The Tree of Life (2012)

9. Emma Tillinger Koskoff

Nominee, The Wolf of Wall Street (2014)

10. Michael Phillips

Winner, The Sting (1974); nominee, Taxi Driver (1977)

11. Frank Marshall

Nominee, Raiders of the Lost Ark (1982), The Color Purple (1986), The Sixth Sense (2000), Seabiscuit (2004), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2009)

12. Irwin Winkler

Winner, Rocky (1977); nominee, Raging Bull (1981), The Right Stuff (1984), Goodfellas (1991)

13. Stanley R. Jaffe

Winner, Kramer vs. Kramer (1980); nominee, Fatal Attraction (1988)

14. Mike Medavoy

Nominee, Black Swan (2011)

15. Rachel Winter

Nominee, Dallas Buyers Club (2014)

16. Arnold Kopelson

Winner, Platoon (1987); nominee, The Fugitive (1994)

17. Jason Reitman

Nominee, Up in the Air (2010)

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18. Stacey Sher

Nominee, Erin Brockovich (2001), Django Unchained (2013)

19. Ivan Reitman

Nominee, Up in the Air (2010)

20. Dan Jinks

Winner, American Beauty (2000); nominee, Milk (2009)

21. Reginald Hudlin

Nominee, Django Unchained (2013)

22. Mark Johnson

Winner, Rain Man (1989); nominee, Bugsy (1992)

23. Mel Gibson

Winner, Braveheart (1996)

24. Brian Grazer

Winner, A Beautiful Mind (2002); nominee, Apollo 13 (1996), Frost/Nixon (2009)

25. Sherry Lansing

Nominee, Fatal Attraction (1988)

26. Albert Berger

Nominee, Nebraska (2014)

27. Alan Ladd Jr.

Winner, Braveheart (1996)

28. Robert Evans

Nominee, Chinatown (1975)

29. Albert S. Ruddy

Winner, The Godfather (1973), Million Dollar Baby (2005)

30. Fred Roos

Winner, The Godfather, Part II (1975); nominee, The Conversation (1975), Apocalypse Now (1980)

31. Walter Mirisch

Winner, In the Heat of the Night (1968)

32. Lawrence Bender 

Nominee, Pulp Fiction (1995), Good Will Hunting (1998), Inglourious Basterds (2010)

33. Diana Ossana

Nominee, Brokeback Mountain (2006)

34. Quincy Jones

Nominee, The Color Purple (1986)