The Briton's Critics' Choice award for Darkest Hour follows the Golden Globe he won last weekend and the Bafta nomination he received on Tuesday. More women dressed in colour on Thursday but an outspoken determination to end gender discrimination remained just as fierce. "My promise and commitment to all of you is that I will never be silenced and we will continue to band together to make strides.for equality", she said to thunderous applause.
Del Toro echoed those sentiments, closing the ceremony by shouting that he has always believed in the equality of women.
"I think we should pick a singular topic like that to discuss at all of these events to kind of focus it up a little bit, not necessarily just talk about the shows or the projects we're working on, because there's plenty of stuff to talk about", he said.
"I speak on behalf of my show that's not the darkest, or the sexiest, but we have a lot of heart", he said. Thank you.... When I started my career, I couldn't get to the reviews fast enough.
The London-Irish writer-director alsoscooped Best Screenplay Award while Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwellwon Best Actress-Drama and Best Supporting Actor for their roles in the blockbuster.
Munn turned her attention to Wahberg's recent pay controversy for his filmAll the Money in the World by pretending the actor had been paid to take part in the toast.
Tony says the big victor of the evening was 'The Shape of Water, ' taking home 4 awards:Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design and Best Score.
That's why the upcoming star took home the award for best young actress at the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday, where she then took the stage to deliver a speech people couldn't help but fawn over.
This is the first time in a long time that the 50-year-oldstar has given a nod to the two kids she adopted with her former husband Tom Cruise: Connor, 22, and Isabella, 25.