Critics' Choice Awards: Brooklynn Prince's invite is the most adorable moment

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 13, 2018

"I want to thank all of my children who show me so much love", she said in her acceptance speech.

Both Gary Oldman ("Darkest Hour") and Frances McDormand ("Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri") repeated their Golden Globes wins by taking home the Best Actor and Best Actress trophies, respectively.

Globe victor Guillermo del Toro was on hand to pick up another best director prize for The Shape of Water, which won best picture at the Santa Monica event. Many could not believe that Franco won the Critics' Choice Award in the wake of the Times story, but the reality is that voters had not seen the Times story prior to the close of voting on Tuesday night, so Franco's off-screen conduct wasn't a consideration for many.

The Lady Bird star was nominated for Best Actress - with Margot Robbie scooping the gong for her role in I, Tonya at the ceremony in California.

Double winners Thursday included I, Tonya, Darkest Hour, Get Out and Coco.

In fact, it was HBO that landed the most prizes for the network, with Walton Goggins picking up Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy for "Vice Principals" and "The Wizard of Lies" being named Best Movie Made for TV.

Last year Gadot's superhero film Wonder Woman was banned from Lebanese cinemas
Last year Gadot's superhero film Wonder Woman was banned from Lebanese cinemas

Munn, who hosted the awards show, and Niecy Nash hoisted glasses of champagne onstage to "give a toast to the good men in Hollywood".

Laura Dern, who also won for Big Little Lies, and Elisabeth Moss, a prize-winner for The Handmaid's Tale, stuck to black at the ceremony, which honours TV and film.

Janney played along for a bit, saying, "My mother is going to be very proud, because I learned everything from her".

The 37-year-old actress presented the ceremony from Santa Monica's Barker Hanger and in a amusing skit with Niecy Nash titled "Toast to the Good Guys", they praised men working in Hollywood for being "regular human beings". God, I would like to thank you for this opportunity.

Angelina Jolie, Heidi Klum and Olivia Munn nailed their Critics' Choice Awards looks.

The 23rd Annual Critics Choice Awards was another night of unforgettable moments and surprising wins. "Call Me by Your Name" nabbed Best Adapted Screenplay for James Ivory, while "Baby Driver" and "Dunkirk" were tied for Best Editing.

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