Oscars 2018: Here are all 156 living actresses and actors who could join a 90th anniversary family album on March 4

In recent days we have reminded you of the two Oscars family album events that happened in 1998 for the 70th anniversary and 2003 for the 75th ceremony. Click on each of those to watch the highly entertaining assemblies of many living actors and actresses from acting categories.

And now, the 90th anniversary show is already being prepared by producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd to air Sunday, March 4, on ABC with returning host Jimmy Kimmel. Would that duo want to take on the challenge of assembling such an all-star gathering on the Dolby Theatre stage in Hollywood? Would they be able to convince 90 of the 156 living actresses and actors who won in competitive categories (or received honorary trophies for acting) to join together for a lengthy 15-minute segment?

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Full lists are below of the people who would be contacted about attending. Consider that some of these names would potentially already be available to join, with three of them being last year’s acting winners returning to present new Oscars — Mahershala Ali, Viola Davis, and Emma Stone. (don’t expect Casey Affleck, though, since he announced on Thursday he will not be back). Past champs who will already be attending as 2018 nominees include Daniel Day-Lewis, Frances McDormand, Christopher Plummer, Octavia Spencer, Meryl Streep, and Denzel Washington. And don’t forget about the newly-crowned winners from that evening (probably three of four rookies) who can also join their exclusive new club. That provides producers with at least a dozen participants of people who should be on location anyway.

Let’s take a look at the 156 people eligible to participate:

Julie Andrews
Patricia Arquette
Kim Basinger
Kathy Bates
Halle Berry
Juliette Binoche
Cate Blanchett
Sandra Bullock
Ellen Burstyn
Julie Christie
Jennifer Connelly
Marion Cotillard
Penelope Cruz
Geena Davis
Viola Davis
Olivia de Havilland
Judi Dench
Olympia Dukakis
Faye Dunaway
Sally Field
Louise Fletcher
Jane Fonda
Jodie Foster
Brenda Fricker
Whoopi Goldberg
Lee Grant
Marcia Gay Harden
Anne Hathaway
Goldie Hawn
Jennifer Hudson
Helen Hunt
Linda Hunt
Holly Hunter
Anjelica Huston
Glenda Jackson
Angelina Jolie
Shirley Jones
Diane Keaton
Nicole Kidman
Jessica Lange
Brie Larson
Jennifer Lawrence
Cloris Leachman
Melissa Leo
Sophia Loren
Shirley MacLaine
Marlee Matlin
Frances McDormand
Liza Minnelli
Helen Mirren
Julianne Moore
Rita Moreno
Lupita N’yongo
Tatum O’Neal
Gwyneth Paltrow
Anna Paquin
Estelle Parsons
Natalie Portman
Vanessa Redgrave
Julia Roberts
Mercedes Ruehl
Eva Marie Saint
Susan Sarandon
Maggie Smith
Mira Sorvino
Sissy Spacek
Octavia Spencer
Mary Steenburgen
Emma Stone
Meryl Streep
Barbra Streisand
Hilary Swank
Tilda Swinton
Charlize Theron
Emma Thompson
Marisa Tomei
Alicia Vikander
Rachel Weisz
Dianne Wiest
Kate Winslet
Reese Witherspoon
Joanne Woodward
Renee Zellweger
Catherine Zeta-Jones

F. Murray Abraham
Casey Affleck
Mahershala Ali
Alan Arkin
Christian Bale
Javier Bardem
Roberto Benigni
Jeff Bridges
Jim Broadbent
Adrien Brody
Nicolas Cage
Michael Caine
George Chakiris
George Clooney
Sean Connery
Chris Cooper
Russell Crowe
Daniel Day-Lewis
Robert De Niro
Benicio del Toro
Leonardo DiCaprio
Michael Douglas
Richard Dreyfuss
Jean Dujardin
Robert Duvall
Colin Firth
Jamie Foxx
Morgan Freeman
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Louis Gossett, Jr.
Joel Grey
Gene Hackman
Tom Hanks
Dustin Hoffman
Anthony Hopkins
William Hurt
Timothy Hutton
Jeremy Irons
Tommy Lee Jones
Ben Kingsley
Kevin Kline
Jared Leto
Matthew McConaughey
Jack Nicholson
Al Pacino
Sean Penn
Joe Pesci
Christopher Plummer
Sidney Poitier
Eddie Redmayne
Tim Robbins
Geoffrey Rush
Mark Rylance
J.K. Simmons
Kevin Spacey
Jon Voight
Christopher Walken
Christoph Waltz
Denzel Washington
Forest Whitaker

Jackie Chan
Kirk Douglas
James Earl Jones
Angela Lansbury
Steve Martin
Hayley Mills
Margaret O’Brien
Robert Redford
Gena Rowlands
Donald Sutherland

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