Oscar 2024: The stars who went with their families to the bright evening

Appearances on their red carpet are special to the public, to them and to their own people. They are often invited to stand by them in front of photographers, journalists and thousands of fans. So some celebrities decided on this unique Oscar night not to be accompanied by a match but by a member of their family… He brought his sister, mother and foster father to the red carpet, Bradley Cooper had his mom on his side – and this wasn’t the first time – Stephen Spielberg had his granddaughter… So let’s see who turned into the big movie night with a family exit… Ryan Gosling. His appearance was one of the show’s most important snapshots and Ryan Gosling made sure he didn’t go missing, bringing his family with him to support him at this year’s Oscars. The Canadian star walked on the red carpet along with his sister Mandy who is a producer and journalist in Toronto. He also took his mother Donna and his stepfather Valerio Attanasio with him. Bradley Cooper Bradley Cooper’s “Maestro” Cooper was nominated for seven awards, but unfortunately he didn’t get a single statuette. Bradley Cooper, played the famous conductor, composer and musician Leonard Bernstein while this was the actor’s second directing attempt, after “A star is born” with Lady Gaga. Fortunately his mother, Gloria Cabano, was there to stimulate her son’s morale, the second time he accompanied the actor to a great evening, as he had done in 2020 at the Oscars. Martin Scorsese In the best direction category he lost to British director Christopher Nolan, but if veteran director Martin Scorsese had won at 81 years, he would have been the oldest winner of the league to date. On the Oscar night he took his 25-year-old daughter, Francesca, who is an actor, director and creator of TikTok. He is a fan of her work and has made several appearances in her viral videos at TikTok, like last October, when she asked him about modern slang. Stephen Spielberg Stephen Spielberg is Hollywood’s best-known director of all and accompanied him to the red carpet by his granddaughter, Eve Gavigan. She is the daughter of Gray’s Anatomy star Jessica Capshaw. Billy Ilis and Phineas O’Connell The brothers Billy Ilis and Finneas O’Connell not only went together in the evening, but also got a prize. Presenting Barbie’s success “What Was I Made For?” as the first live song of the evening, the track was the only victory of the evening for the success of the box office. Receiving her award – her second Oscar at the age of just 22 – Ilis said she is “so grateful for this song and for this film”, and thanked her parents, adding: “I love you so much”. Information from Skynews Photo source: Reuters