Whether or not these stars end up winning at the 2020 Oscars, they'll be going home with a trophy on their arm! Ahead of Hollywood's biggest night on Feb. 9, Wonderwall.com is putting the spotlight on the nominees' significant others, starting with Scarlett Johansson. The double nominee (for best actress for her work in "Marriage Story" and best supporting actress for her performance in "Jojo Rabbit") got engaged to "Saturday Night Live" writer-comedian Colin Jost in May 2019. They met when she guest hosted the NBC sketch show way back in 2006 but didn't actually start dating until 2017. Keep reading for more Oscar noms and their other halves…
Super-private pair Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara reportedly got engaged in 2019 after less than three years of dating. The same year, he told Vanity Fair of his "Her" and "Mary Magdalene" co-star, "She's the only girl I ever looked up on the internet." We hope she'll be by his side at the Oscars as Joaquin has a good chance of winning best actor for his dark performance in "Joker" after sweeping awards season thus far. He's already nabbed trophies at the 2020 Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Critics' Choice Awards.
Margot Robbie will have the support of director-producer hubby Tom Ackerley at the Oscars, where she's up for best supporting actress for her work in "Bombshell." The couple tied the knot in a private wedding ceremony in Margot's native Australia after meeting on the set of the 2015 World War II drama "Suite Française."
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Leonardo DiCaprio's two-year romance with much younger model-actress Camila Morrone is still going strong despite all the shade they've gotten for their 23-year age difference. So it's very possible she'll be on hand when the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" star and best actor nominee attends the Academy Awards. The lovebirds met whilst Camila's mom, Lucila Polak, was dating Leo's pal (and fellow Oscar nominee) Al Pacino, though they've since split.
Al Pacino has definitely moved on from Camila Morrone's mom! The Oscar-nominated star (who's up for best supporting actor in Netflix's "The Irishman") has been dating Israeli actress Meital Dohan since late 2018. Just like buddy Leonardo DiCaprio, he must have a thing for younger women because she's 39 years his junior.
2020 is going to be a huge year for Quentin Tarantino! Not only did he score three nominations for "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (best director, best original screenplay and best picture), but he and wife Daniella Pick are also expecting their first child. Quentin met the Israeli model while promoting "Inglorious Bastards" back in 2009 and they dated on-and-off until finally getting engaged in 2017. A year later, they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony for only 20 guests at the filmmaker's home in Los Angeles.
Adam Driver's on-screen relationship with Scarlett Johansson in "Marriage Story" may have severely fallen apart (and earned him a nod for best actor), but he's still happily married in real life. He and fellow actress Joanne Tucker tied the knot in 2013 and welcomed a son a few years later.
While most movie fans know New Zealand-born filmmaker Taika Waititi, they're probably less familiar with his wife, director-producer Chelsea Winstanley, a fellow award-winning Kiwi with a background in documentaries. As producers, the couple — who've been married since the early 2010s and share two young daughters — are both up for a best picture Oscar for their film "Jojo Rabbit." Taika is also up for a best adapted screenplay Academy Award for writing the project.
Tom Hanks has brought wife Rita Wilson to more awards shows than we can count because they've been married for a whopping 32 years — a true rarity in Hollywood! There's no doubt she'll be by Tom's side again at the Oscars, where he's nominated for best supporting actor for his work in "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." The longtime loves have two sons together, Chester and Truman, though Rita is also a proud stepmom to Tom's older children (from his first marriage), Colin and Elizabeth.
Antonio Banderas didn't stay single for long after ending his nearly two-decade marriage to actress Melanie Griffith in 2014. He struck up a romance with Dutch investment banker Nicole Kimpel, who's 19 years his junior, before his divorce was finalized. Their relationship is still going strong six years later, so we definitely expect her to be by Antonio's side at the Oscars, where he's up for best actor for his performance in "Pain and Glory."
Elton John's song "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" scored him a best original song nomination for the track from the biopic about his legendary life, "Rocketman." Husband David Furnish has been there to share in his achievements since they started dating in 1993! Once Parliament changed the laws in Britain, the couple officially got married in 2014 (though they'd already been in a civil partnership for nine years prior). Elton and David share sons Zachary and Elijah, both welcomed via the same surrogate.
Florence Pugh and actor-director Zach Braff, who's 21 years her senior, have kept their relationship mostly under wraps since they were first spotted together in April 2019. But the "Little Women" star (and best supporting actress nominee) confirmed their romance while responding to a couple of age-shaming Instagram trolls in December 2019. If the Brit brings Zach along to the Oscars, it'll be their first public appearance together!
"Mary Queen of Scots" co-stars Saoirse Ronan and Jack Lowden have been romantically linked since 2018. Though they've denied being a couple, we're not buying it — especially since they've been spotted holding hands in public. Saoirse is up for best actress for her work in "Little Women."
Writer-director Greta Gerwig and producer Noah Baumbach are a total behind-the-scenes power couple! They're both nominated for awards at the 2020 Oscars — Greta scored a nod for best adapted screenplay for "Little Women" while Noah's Netflix original film, "Marriage Story," scored a nod for best original screenplay and best picture. The creative couple has been together since 2011. They welcomed a son, Harold, in May 2019.
The fifth time's the charm for Martin Scorsese! The filmmaker got hitched to his current spouse — wife No. 5 Helen Morris — in 1999. He and the former TV producer share daughter Francesca, though he also has two older girls from his previous marriages. Martin's mafia flick "The Irishman" earned him a nomination for best director and best picture.
You might remember when filmmaker Sam Mendes was in a high-profile partnership with Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet. The now-exes were married from 2003 to 2011 and share son Joe. Sam is now married to Alison Balsom. He and the professional trumpet player tied the knot and welcomed a child together in 2017. Sam's World War I drama "1917" scored him multiple nods for best director, best original screenplay and best picture.
Songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez are another behind-the-scenes Oscars power couple! The husband-and-wife team's tune "Into the Unknown" — which is featured in Disney's "Frozen II" — scored them a nomination for best original song. Kristen and Robert (who already have two Oscars for their songs "Let It Go" from "Frozen" and "Remember Me" from "Coco") tied the knot in 2003. They have two daughters, Katie and Annie.
Anthony Hopkins is up for a pretty big award at the Oscars — he's nominated for best supporting actor for his work in Netflix's "The Two Popes." Though his third wife, Stella Arroyave, seldom makes red carpet appearances with him, we hope she'll make an exception on the big night. The pair wed in 2003.
Anthony Hopkins' co-star in "The Two Popes," Jonathan Pryce, is nominated for best actor. He likely boasts the longest relationship out of all the other nominees as he's been with wife Kathy Fahy since 1972. They didn't tie the knot until 2015 (they already had three grown children by then: sons Patrick and Gabriel and daughter Phoebe).
Todd Phillips' work behind the scenes on "Joker" earned him three 2020 Oscar nominations: best director, best adapted screenplay and best picture. He and French actress Alexandra Kravetz have been together for many years though the details of their relationship are largely unknown. They're said to be married and might even have a child together.