#TimesUp movement continues at the Critics' Choice Awards

There it is! Nicole Kidman wins Best Actress for her role in Big Little Lies at the Critics Choice Awards and dedicates award to'all of her children after failing to mention Isabella and Connor Cruise at the Globes

The Shape of Water earned top honors at the Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday. There are people, women and others, who have not been a part of this conversation.

As she accepted her award, Brosnahan noted that even though women aren't wearing black like most did at the Golden Globe Awards earlier in the week, she said the fight to eradicate sexual harassment continues.

"I want to say "thank you" to the producers for paying Niecy and I the same amount of money and Mark Wahlberg a million dollars", said Munn, and the audience laughed.

When James Franco's name was read out as the victor of Best Actor in a Comedy for "The Disaster Artist" at last night's Critics' Choice Awards, he wasn't there to accept.

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And when the final award for Best Picture was announced, The Shape of Water director Guillermo Del Toro had an announcement for those standing in the way of progress. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won best drama at the Golden Globes, while Lady Bird won best comedy. Her show was nominated for Best Reality Competition Series, which was won by The Voice. And I think, as men, we've been talking for centuries. Many could not believe that Franco won the Critics' Choice Award in the wake of the Times story, but the reality is that voters had not seen the Times story prior to the close of voting on Tuesday night, so Franco's off-screen conduct wasn't a consideration for many.

Munn turned her attention to Wahberg's recent pay controversy for his film All the Money in the World by pretending the actor had been paid to take part in the toast.

"What he said was, 'I will not approve Christopher Plummer unless you pay me.' And that's how he (expletive) them", a source told USA Today. "So I don't know if (Walt Disney Company chief executive) Bob Iger's out there or not, I don't know what will happen with this Disney thing, but I urge you not to mess this up".

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