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Alicia Vikander Snags Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Supporting Role At The 2016 SAG Awards!

We've seen so many great performances by women in film this year, which means competition is TOUGH in the female acting categories this awards season!

But that isn't a problem for Alicia Vikander who just won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role at the SAG Awards!

Winning for her moving performance in The Danish Girl, the actress edged out some tough competition — including Rooney Mara, Rachel McAdams, Helen Mirren, and Kate Winslet!

In her speech, Vikander thanked her costar Eddie Redmayne — and also talked about how watching her mother perform when she was young inspired her to become an actor!

Congrats, girl! Well earned! Watch her touching speech (above)!

And check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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Oscar Nominee Mark Ruffalo Makes A Difficult Decision About Attending Amid Diversity Controversy! See What He Chose!

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Quite a few stars are skipping out on this year's Oscars, but Mark Ruffalo isn't one of them.

This week, the actor told BBC News that the lack of diversity in this year's nominees had him "weighing" whether or not he'd join Will Smith and Spike Lee in not attending the prestigious ceremony.

After mulling it over, the 48-year-old — who is nominated himself for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Spotlight — revealed he plans to go to the award show, but he still supports the boycott movement!

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On Thursday, Ruffalo posted a series of tweets about his decision, highlighting he would attend the show in support of a different cause:

Even though the Avengers star will attend the event, he hopes the Oscar Ban movement would star the conversation on much larger issues at hand, like the #BlackLivesMatter movement:

We totally understand the actor's decision!

Spotlight was an important film that shines a light on a very different problem, and it's of the utmost important to him that victims of sexual abuse be represented, even while another controversy is going on.

What do YOU think?

[Image via Mario Mitsis/WENN.]

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Spotlight Shines Bright, Taking Home The Critics' Choice Award For Best Picture!

The Critics' Choice Awards honored Spotlight, the moving story of the reporters who uncovered a decades-long history of covering up child molestation in the Catholic Church, with the Best Picture Award.

And while that may not seem like much of a surprise, remember it had to beat fellow noms The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, Room, Sicario.

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With such a diverse group of films, taking home the award is pretty darned impressive.

Ch-ch-check out Rachel McAdams and the rest of the cast and crew accepting their hard-earned award (above)!

And be sure to check out ALL the winners as they're announced HERE!

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The Revenant Survives Killer Competition To Win Best Drama At The 2016 Golden Globes!

Just moments after winning the Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Actor, Alejandro G. Inarritu and Leonardo DiCaprio returned to the stage as The Revenant continued the streak!

Winning Best Drama wasn't exactly climbing out of your own grave, but it was by no means an easy feat this year!

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Up against such diverse movies as Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, Room, and Spotlight, the revenge film came out on top!

Ch-ch-check out the final acceptance speech of the night (above)!

And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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Aaron Sorkin Wins Best Screenplay Motion Picture For Steve Jobs At The 2016 Golden Globes!

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Aaron Sorkin is pretty powerful with a pen!

The writer took home the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay Motion Picture on Sunday night for Steve Jobs! Clearly, the 54-year-old is super stellar at technology-related biopics, since he won the same award in 2011 for his work on The Social Network!

The artist beat out Emma Donoghue (Room), Tom McCarthy (Josh Singer Spotlight), Charles Randolph and Adam McKay (The Big Short), and even Quentin Tarantino (The Hateful Eight)!

Watch Aaron's acceptance speech (above)!

And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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Helen Mirren Smooched Robert De Niro & Dropped F-Bombs While Being Honored At The Gotham Awards! Check Out Her Raunchy Speech HERE!

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We ship it.

Helen Mirren was just one of the prestigious celebs honored at the ifp Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York on Monday night… but we think it's safe to say she won in more ways than one.

After presenting her career tribute award, Robert De Niro went in for a full mouth-to-mouth kiss with the Brit after throwing in some jokes about her work in 2006's The Queen!

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Not to be outdone, Dame Helen immediately took the spotlight back with an adorable, expletive-filled rant about sleeping with the Queen of England, saying:

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#Spotlight: Suck It, Glass Ceiling! Celebrate Labor Day With Frances Perkins, The First Woman To Ever Serve In A US Cabinet Position!

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Happy Labor Day!

Gather ’round, kids, because it's time for our #Spotlight — and this one's a history lesson, too, all about Frances Perkins!

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Perkins was the first woman to be earn a Cabinet position when President Franklin D. Roosevelt nominated her for Secretary of Labor on March 4, 1932.

She was no figurehead, either;Perkins ran the show for all twelve years of FDR's term, working hard to ensure lower class

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