Los Angeles, Jan 16 (UiTV/IANS) – Actress Amanda Seyfried picked the trophy for Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV movie at the ongoing 28th edition of the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
The actress was feted for her work in biographical crime drama miniseries ‘The Dropout’ created by Elizabeth Meriwether. The series, based on the podcast of the same name hosted by Rebecca Jarvis, was produced by ABC News, and documents the disgraced biotechnology company Theranos.
Amanda Seyfried played the role of the founder of Theranos – Elizabeth Holmes in the series. Earlier, the actress served up gilded glamour at the red carpet of the Critics’ Choice Awards. The actress donned a glittering Christian Dior gown and hidden Stuart Weitzman heels.
Seyfried’s golden dress was a floor-length off-the-shoulder style with gold tinsel that gave the garment a whimsical vibe. The dress was made of a metallic gold fabric that appeared as if it were molten thanks to the material’s high-shine finish.
Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ gets Best Animated Feature for Netflix
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro’s movie ‘Pinocchio’ for streaming giant Netflix bagged the Best Picture – Animated trophy at the 28th Critics Choice Awards.
A tweet from the 28th Critics Choice Awards read: “In this life, the more you give, the more you get. We are thrilled to announce that @RealGDT’s #PinocchioMovie is the #CriticsChoiceAwards WINNER for Best Animated Feature!”
Del Toro’s “Pinocchio” was contending against “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”, “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”, “Turning Red” and “Wendell & Wild”.
Del Toro directed the adaptation of the classic tale by Carlo Collodi with Mark Gustafson. He also served as a co-writer with Patrick McHale.
The film was also feted with a trophy in the same category at the 80th Golden Globes Awards.