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Echoing the message from Sunday’s Golden Globes, famous faces kept the spotlight on the treatment of women in Hollywood at the 23rd Critics’ Choice Awards held in Santa Monica, California, on Thursday evening.
When it came to the awards, Gary Oldman continued his success by winning best actor, while Ewan McGregor also followed his earlier success by scooping best actor in a limited series for his role in Fargo.
Fresh from his Golden Globe victory, Oldman again triumphed for his performance of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.
The Shape Of Water, which is led by Londoner Sally Hawkins, was the most celebrated film on the night winning four awards, including best picture and best director for Guillermo Del Toro.