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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has issued 928 invitations to new members—a record-breaking amount. In a conscious effort to broaden the prestigious group to include more women, people of color and international filmmakers, this number is higher than the 774 invitations sent in 2017, 683 in 2016, and 322 in 2015.

If all invites are accepted, 49 percent of the class of 2018 will be female, and it will bring the overall percentage of women in the Academy up to 31 percent. Additionally, new members of color make up 38 percent of the class, bringing up the overall percentage in the Academy to 16 percent.

Here are some of the most notable performers that were accepted into the academy:

Abigail Breslin – “August: Osage County,” “Little Miss Sunshine”

Alison Brie – “The Post,” “The Disaster Artist”

Hannibal Buress – “Blockers,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Jaime Camil – “Coco,” “Pulling Strings”

Timothée Chalamet – “Call Me by Your Name,” “Lady Bird”

Dave Chappelle – “Chi-Raq,” “Robin Hood: Men in Tights”

Anna Chlumsky – “The End of the Tour,” “My Girl”

Emilia Clarke – “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” “Me Before You”

Lily Collins – “Okja,” “Mirror Mirror”

Eugenio Derbez – “Overboard,” “How to Be a Latin Lover”

Melonie Diaz – “Fruitvale Station,” “Be Kind Rewind”

Taye Diggs – “Rent,” “Chicago”

Isla Fisher – “Nocturnal Animals,” “Wedding Crashers”

Danai Gurira – “Black Panther,” “Mother of George”

Tiffany Haddish – “Girls Trip,” “Keanu”

Regina Hall – “Girls Trip,” “Scary Movie”

Corey Hawkins – “BlacKkKlansman,” “Straight Outta Compton”

Ken Jeong – “Crazy Rich Asians,” “The Hangover”

Rashida Jones – “Celeste and Jesse Forever,” “The Social Network”

Mindy Kaling – “Ocean’s 8,” “A Wrinkle in Time”

Daniel Kaluuya – “Black Panther,” “Get Out”

Anil Kapoor – “Slumdog Millionaire,” “Taal”

George Lopez – “Rio,” “Real Women Have Curves”

Chloë Grace Moretz – “Hugo,” “Kick-Ass”

Olivia Munn – “X-Men: Apocalypse,” “Magic Mike”

Kal Penn – “The Namesake,” “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”

Alison Pill – “Midnight in Paris,” “Milk”

Trevante Rhodes – “12 Strong,” “Moonlight”

Gina Rodriguez – “Annihilation,” “Deepwater Horizon”

Amy Schumer – “I Feel Pretty,” “Trainwreck”

Léa Seydoux – “Spectre,” “Blue Is the Warmest Color”

Jada Pinkett Smith – “Girls Trip,” “Set It Off”

Amandla Stenberg – “Everything, Everything,” “The Hunger Games”

Tika Sumpter – “Southside with You,” “Get On Up”

Amber Tamblyn – “127 Hours,” “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”

Miles Teller – “Thank You for Your Service,” “Whiplash”

Daniela Vega – “A Fantastic Woman,” “The Guest”

Quvenzhané Wallis – “Annie,” “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

Damon Wayans – “Bamboozled,” “Major Payne”

Michael K. Williams – “Inherent Vice,” “12 Years a Slave”

Evan Rachel Wood – “The Wrestler,” “Thirteen”