Celebrating Julia Roberts’ 30+ Years of Amazing Film Career

At the star-studded Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday night, Julia Roberts was recognized for her long and successful career in the film industry spanning more than 30 years.

Roberts, 54, received an Icon Award at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures for Pretty Woman’s cultural significance to her acting career.

In Deadline, Academy Museum director and president Jacqueline Stewart said Julia embodies an iconic character and has played unforgettable roles throughout her widely recognized career.

We are delighted to recognize her for the outstanding work she has consistently produced in her field and for her tremendous contribution to the creative world. Additionally, the museum paid tribute to film industry icons such as Mikey Lee, Steve McQueen, and Tilda Swinton.

A 61-year-old film producer from South Korea, Lee received a Pillar Award in recognition of her leadership and support of the museum. The Vantage Award recognizes an artist who contextualizes and challenges the film’s general narrative.

This year’s winner is 53-year-old British filmmaker Steve McQueen. Swinton, 61, received the Visionary Award in recognition of his contribution to the art of cinema.

In the words Stewart quoted, “A huge thank you to Julia, Mikey, Steve, Tilda, and Rolex, as well as the co-chairs and host committee, for making our second annual gala a night to remember. doing.”

Iconic Motown singer Diana Ross performed at the second annual Black Tie event, with celebrities including Adrien Brody, Glenn Close, Olivia Wilde and Hailey Bieber in attendance to take selfies on the red carpet.

Wilde, 38, was crowned in a shimmering silver see-through gown and wore no bra, while fashionistas admired Roberts for her sleek and subtle monochromatic outfit, which consisted of a blazer and skirt.

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