Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and 'Anatomy of a Fall' Dog Dominate Oscar Nominees Luncheon

Celebrities, filmmakers, and cinephiles packed the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 96th Oscar nominations luncheon.

DeVon Franklin, a Board of Governors member, began the event by calling a roll call of attendees

starting with "American Fiction" composer Laura Karpman and ending with "Oppenheimer" supporting actor Robert Downey Jr.

The adorable "Anatomy of a Fall." dog was the day's breakthrough star. Justine Triet's film's dog Snoop, Messi, won over most nominees

From Ryan Gosling and America Ferrera of "Barbie" fame to Billie Eilish, the furry star captivated everyone.

 With all the love for this season's beloved dog, Triet's original screenplay could have won an Oscar.

Journalists and social media users tried to determine which nominee had the loudest applause during the group photo. 

The future winners' acceptance speeches should be within 45 seconds, according to AMPAS president Janet Yang. 

She mocked Javier Bardem's 37-second speech during his 2007 "No Country for Old Men" supporting actor prize. 

The audience laughed when they realized this year's Oscars will start an hour earlier owing to daylight saving time, necessitating last-minute schedule changes for March 10.

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