Seven-year-old actress cries receiving Critics' Choice Award

Seven-year-old actress cries receiving Critics' Choice Award

Washington D.C. [U.S.A], January 12 (ANI): Winning a Critics' Choice Award can be a memorable moment for any actor, but it can be really "over-whelming" if you win the award, when you are just seven years old. "Wonder Woman" was named best action movie and star Gal Gadot accepted a special award for challenging gender stereotypes.

She noted, "I do want to say thank you to the producers for paying Niecy and I the same amount of money and Mark Wahlberg 1 million dollar".

While actors and actresses did not black out the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet as they did at Sunday's Golden Globes, the Time's Up and #WhyWeWearBlack message carried over to Thursday's show. She was joined by her BLL co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, and Alexander Skarsgard.

Winfrey's spokesperson denies that the daytime TV queen ever reached out to Weinstein following the allegations, but said someone from his team contacted her to see if she would talk to him.

Presenter Chris Hemsworth noted that women have had a stellar year at the box office. "The biggest comedy was a female ensemble, 'Girls Trip, ' and the biggest independent movie was written and directed by Greta Gerwig".

Prince continued his speech by thanking for this wonderful opportunity and director Sean Baker. "Darkest Hour" won awards for makeup and lead actor for Gary Oldman.

Call Me by Your Name and Get Out claimed film screenplay honours, the latter winning best sci-fi/horror film as well.

The young actress won the award for her role in The Florida Project.

Host Olivia Munn and numerous winners took time to speak out about gender inequality.

Asked if being tapped to host the Critics' Choice ceremony feels like an endorsement of her outspokenness, Munn said she's felt the greatest support from the Hollywood community and the public.