Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Stars Hit The Red Carpet For The 2018 Critics' Choice Awards

Stars Hit The Red Carpet For The 2018 Critics' Choice Awards

The stars turned up at the Critics' Choice Awards decked in a rainbow of colors and sparkle.

Wonder Woman (aka Gal Gadot) does Prada proud, looking gorgeous in this glam silver gown.

Even with the star power of Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, as well as a storyline that is an implicit rebuke of President Donald Trump, this drama was shut out at the Golden Globes (0 for 6) and the Critics' Choice (0 for 8) awards.

The Isreali actor was presented with the prestigious award, which recognises women who push the boundaries in entertainment, for her performance in Wonder Woman. "She knew the great importance of this character and what she could mean to the world if well done". She concluded with an uplifting message: "I want to share this award with all the women and men who stand for what's right, for those who can't stand or speak for themselves". "I have never worn pink". It was an incredible feat for the film, which also came out on top at the Golden Globes and is one of the biggest contenders for the forthcoming BAFTAs.

Olivia Munn gave Mark Wahlberg a bit of a roasting while hosting the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday night.

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We've got the 10 looks above that had everyone talking - for both good and bad reasons. Hopefully these are just the first of many awards the movie will receive.

No offense meant to Zooey Deschanel, but Munn was totally in she was a dork, able to make us wince and cringe at her awkwardness. Season two of the hit Amazon show will indirectly address Hollywood's recent wave of sexual harassment allegations, she said.

At the 23rd annual Critics' Choice Awards, the feature film won four trophies, including best picture and best director for Guillermo del Toro.

"There's that sad music again", Gary Oldman said when it started in on him after his win for "Darkest Hour", but it didn't stop him.

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