Critics' Choice Awards: 'Wonder Woman' wins Best Action Movie

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"Way to be regular human beings guys", Munn replied.

Call me by your Name and Get Out were some of the early winners at the star-studded event.

For Best Original Screenplay and Best Thriller, director Jordan Peele won for his breakout film Get Out. HBO's The Wizard of Lies won the best movie made for TV.

Supporting honours for TV movie or miniseries went to Alexander Skarsgard and Laura Dern, for Big Little Lies - based on a book by Australian author Liane Moriarty.

Del Toro's success in the best director category came at the expense of Lady Bird writer-director Greta Gerwig, who had also been up for the award.

"Oh, and I'd also like to thank that famous actor who didn't treat me with c**p after I said I didn't want to drinks with him after the show". And, if it makes the final five, then I think it stands an excellent shot at winning - voters will be more inclined to check it out than some of its competition, thanks to its accumulation of accolades, its timely story (about the rise of hate groups and hate crimes) and their familiarity with star Diane Kruger. "It really is an incredible honor".

"Get Out", "Coco" and "Big Little Lies" each won two awards during the pre-telecast. "See, that's what I'm talkin' about".

There may be a dark cloud hanging over Hollywood right now.

For this awards season we're eschewing some of the standard fare of previous years-consistent "Best Dressed" roundups, for example-to focus on spotlighting the ways women are changing Hollywood, from record-breaking awards to the characters redefining how woman are portrayed onscreen.

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She dedicated her win to "all of the women" in the room - including her mum who was watching via FaceTime.

Their deafening silence at the Golden Globes echoed throughout the week. Ted Danson took home the trophy for best actor in a comedy for his turn as Michael in comedy The Good Place.

RuPaul, Shark Tank, The Voice, and Born This Way took the top honours for Reality Television shows.

Film Critic Tony Toscano sent us quite a treat this morning.

Guillermo del Toro's fantasy romance The Shape of Water walked away with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director.

The Golden Globe victor received the honour for his critically-acclaimed portrayal of Winston Churchill. The film also won for acting ensemble and supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.

With recent news that Michelle Williams was paid a mere 1% of Mark Wahlberg's fee for reshooting scenes on new movie All The Money In The World, however, it wasn't long before the actor became a punchline.

In accepting Thursday night's award, Prince referenced her role and pleaded for others to help out families in need.

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