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PHOTOS: Academy Awards red carpet arrivals

PHOTOS: Academy Awards red carpet arrivals

LOOKIN' GOOD: The stars strut their stuff on the Academy Awards red carpet. Above, Oscar-winner Jared Leto, with his mother and brother. Photo: Associated Press

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