Angela Bassett, Brendan Fraser, Andie McDowell, Decide To Take A Turn 2023 Oscars a family affair,
Some of the 95th Academy Awards nominees and guests arrive at the star-studded ceremony Sunday, March 12, With their families in tow.
Bassett, who is nominated for best supporting actor for her portrayal of Queen Ramonda in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” shared her husband and fellow actor Courtney B. Walked the red carpet with Vance. The actors, who have been married since 1997, were joined by their 17-year-old twins, Bronwyn and Slater.
fraser had two of his sons, holden and leyland, By his side. Holden told E! praised his father during the interview by. He said that he and his brothers were “On the moonabout his father being nominated for Best Actor for “The Whale”.
“We are incredibly proud,” said Holden.
More close families are photographed together before heading inside Hollywood’s Dolby Theater in Los Angeles See who will win one of the biggest prizes of the nightLike Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Picture.
Colin Farrell, nominated for best actor for “The Banshees of Inishrin,” brought him 13 year old son Henry for support, wearing a matching velvet tux,
McDowell and her 33-year-old daughter Rainey Qualley, who she shares with her ex-husband Paul Qualley, also posed for photos together on the red carpet.
Pedro Pascal and his sister Javier Balmaceda Pascal gathered with Salma Hayek and her 15-year-old daughter Valentina Paloma Pinault.
hosted by Jimmy Kimmel for the third timeThe 2023 oscars Broadcast live at 8PM ET/5PM PT from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood in Los Angeles. red carpet starts earlier, there are 2023 oscars Available to watch on ABC and various streaming platforms.
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