Washington D.C. [U.S.A], January 12: Everyone knew that the #MeToo movement and #TimesUp movement will be something that people at Critics' Choice awards will be referring to and host Olivia Munn took a different approach to address the matter.
The 50-year-old won the award for Best Actress in a Movie Made for TV or Limited Series and, this time around, made sure to thank all four of her children.
And Abbie Cornish flaunted her star appeal at the annual Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
This comes after the star got slammed for failing to mention her two adopted children, Isabella and Connor with ex-Tom Cruise, at the Golden Globes.
Emilia Clarke also wore black for #TimesUp, but was dressed in a much more conservative look as compared to her Golden Globes gown, which was a sultry, plunging black strapless gown.
The 5-foot-10 actress also had to bend to deliver her acceptance speech.
She then turned her attention to Wahlberg, stating: "I do want to say thank you to the producers for paying Niecy and I the same amount of money and Mark Wahlberg a million dollars". "It really is an incredible honour".
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Goggins, who presented the award, had to awkwardly step back to the microphone and accept the award on Franco's behalf.
HollywoodLifers, do you hope the stars continue to wear black throughout awards season?
The 23rd annual Critics' Choice Awards are underway with Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water leading the nominations on the film side with 14, while FX's Feud: Bette and Joan on top for television with six nods. "I like it. It goes well with the awards", he said after winning Best Director.
Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes. He opened this show with a big win for "The Big Sick" and an even bigger statement about the issue of the moment in Hollywood.