Critics' Choice Awards: 10 must-see red carpet looks

Critics' Choice Awards: 10 must-see red carpet looks

The fact that it couldn't even make a dent with groups of journalists suggests it's going to have a very hard time elsewhere - to the point that I'm starting to worry about Spielberg, Streep and Hanks even landing Oscar nominations. She's full of heart, strength, compassion, and forgiveness.

"I would like to dedicate this award to all the Moonees out there", she said.

'She sees wrong that must be made right.

Embracing the skin-baring design, the mum-of-four dared to go braless, allowing her cleavage to take the spotlight. She's not ideal and that's what makes her real.

Gadot spoke of the importance of the character to her and the world. They thanked the studio exec who asked to meet them in the hotel conference room instead of his actual room, and the casting director who didn't say anything derogatory.

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Wonder Woman was one of the biggest films of 2017, earning positive critical acclaim and pushing past $3 billion at the worldwide box office. There were eight other films in the top 100 which were directed by females. The actress noted that although there seems to be some progress, there's still a long way to go.

It was a stark contrast to the somber mood of the Golden Globe Awards earlier this week - which saw stars take to the red carpet dressed in black in support of the Time's Up movement. "It's not only our job to entertain, but our duty to inspire and educate for love and respect". She concluded her inspiring acceptance speech with a commitment to "never be silenced" and continue to work together toward a common goal of equality.

In November, Variety reported that Prince was reportedly in talks to join Jolie in Disney's live-action adaptation of The One and Only Ivan, so we'll be seeing more of her in the coming months.

A sequel to the superhero epic is set for release in 2019.