Oscar winners: What are their next projects?



BeforeEnvelopeGate stole Sunday's Oscars telecast, there were plenty of stars awarded gold statues. Here's where you'll see

the night's big winners


Emma Stone(best actress)

TheLa La Landstaris working on a new kind of footwork:She'll staras world No. 1 tennis playerBillie Jean KinginBattle of the SexesalongsideSteve CarellasBobby Riggs, theformer male champ. The film, expected this year, explores the famed 1973 tennis match between the two, which stemmed fromRiggs' claim that the women's game was inferior.

Stone goes 18th-century British royal inThe Favourite,fromThe LobsterdirectorYorgos Lanthimos, playingQueen Anne'scourtierAbigail Masham.

Rooney Mara, left, and Casey Affleck in 'A Ghost Story.'(Photo: A24)

Affleck followsManchester by the Seaplaying a dead manin theSundance Film Festivalhit

A Ghost Story

.His characterdies in a car accident and comes back to haunt the house where he lived withhis lover (Rooney Mara). There's hardly any dialogue and Affleck wears a white sheet over his head with eye holescut out. Distributor A24 purchasedGhost Storybut hasn't set a release date.

Mahershala Ali arrives on the red carpet for the 89th Oscars.(Photo: Valerie Macon, AFP/Getty Images)

The actor is alsoworking onLight of My Life, in which he directs, stars and wrote the script.This spring, he'll begin shooting the crime caperThe Old Man and the GunwithRobert Redford. Both are expected in 2018.

Mahershala Ali(best supporting actor)

After winning with the drama


,Aligoes sci-fi in directorRobert Rodriguez'sAlita: Battle Angel(July 20, 2018). Taking place in the 26th century, AliplaysVector,a slick businessman with a reputation for running his empirewithanironfist.

"I literally wrapped that two weeks ago," Ali said backstage at the Oscars."I’m really excited about that."

Viola Davis leads the ensemble cast of 'How to Get Away With Murder.'(Photo: Richard Cartwright, ABC)

Viola Davis(best supporting actress)

Damien Chazelle, best director for 'La La Land,' poses at the 89th Academy Awards.(Photo: Paul Buck, EPA)

Davis won her first Oscar

forFences. She'll star as law professor and top defense attorneyAnnalise Keatingin Season 4 of ABC'sHow to Get Away With Murderin the fall(Season 3 just ended).Davis starts shootingSteve McQueen'saction heist filmWidowsthisfall as well, expectedout in 2018.

Damien Chazelle(best director)

TheLa La Landfilmmaker will continue to work with the movie's starRyan Gosling. Rather than singing and dancing, they'll fly to the moon in theNeil ArmstrongbiopicFirst Man. The film will exploreNASA's dangerous mission to land a man on the moon and the sacrifices that Armstrong (played by Gosling) had to make to become an American hero.

Barry Jenkins won best adapted screenplay for 'Moonlight.'(Photo: Jean-Baptiste LaCroix, AFP/Getty Images)

Barry Jenkins(best adapted screenplay)

Director Jenkins,

whose dramaMoonlightwon best picture

, is writing alimited-series adaptation ofNational Book AwardwinnerColson Whitehead’sThe Underground Railroad.He'lldirect the TV project about two slaves seeking freedom from their Georgia plantation. He’s also writing a film script for a coming-of-age drama based on the life of Olympic boxing champ Claressa “T-Rex” Shields.