Mountlake Terrace grad, Lily Gladstone, nominated at Academy Awards, loses out to Emma Stone

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Lily Gladstone of Mountlake Terrace is in Hollywood Sunday night at the 96th Academy Awards, where she was up for an Oscar for Best Actress.

Gladstone was up for her performance as Mollie Burkhart in Killers of the Flower Moon, the epic western crime drama film directed by Martin Scorsese.

Her nomination was the first ever from an Indigenous American tribe.

Gladstone lost to Emma Stone, star of Poor Things. Other nominees included Annette Bening, Sandra Hüller, and Carey Mulligan.

Vanity Fair released its 30th annual Hollywood issue in Feb., featuring 11 stars, including Mountlake Terrace High School’s Lily Gladstone.

In the Vanity Fair article, Gladstone discusses how she’s rekindled friendships with members of her Mountlake Terrace High School crew.

She said her high school friends are planning an Oscars watch party.