Producers Guild Awards best dressed led by Gal Gadot, Kerry Washington, Jaimie Alexander and Eva Longoria

Producers Guild Awards best dressed led by Gal Gadot, Kerry Washington, Jaimie Alexander and Eva Longoria

Hollywood’s women sent a strong message as they marched against President Trump on Saturday.

And by night, the red carpet of the Producer’s Guild Awards became a war path for feisty females once more as stars made both political and fashion statements.

Gal Gadot channelled Wonder Woman with a plunging neckline which resembled her superhero armour.

The stunning actress let her dress do the talking as she kept her hair and makeup simple with just a slick of red lipstick to complete the look.

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Kerry Washington’s beautiful embroidered gown wowed on the red carpet at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in LA.

The star tied her hair up in a fierce ponytail which showed off her flawless skin.

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Actress Leslie Mann also went for a multicoloured, floral dress.

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Jaimie Alexander stuck with the blackout theme of the Golden Globes in a voluminous gown.

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Reese Witherspoon opted for a golden patterned shorter dress which showed off a flash of red in her embellished heels.

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And the winners are:

Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy drama “The Shape of Water” won the PGA’s Darryl F. Zanuck Award as top feature film for del Toro and J. Miles Dale.

“The Shape of Water” topped “The Big Sick,” “Call Me by Your Name,” “Dunkirk,” “Get Out,” “I, Tonya,” “Lady Bird,” “Molly’s Game,” “The Post,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and “Wonder Woman.”

Del Toro was not in attendance due to his having gone to Mexico to be with his sick father. Dale accepted the award and read a statement from del Toro.

The PGA has matched the Oscar for best picture in 19 of its 27 years, though it diverged for the past two years when the Zanuck award went to “La La Land” and “ The Big Short ” and the Oscar went to “Moonlight” and “Spotlight.” The two awards matched in the previous eight years with “Birdman,” “12 Years a Slave,” “Argo,” “The Artist,” “The King’s Speech,” “The Hurt Locker,” “Slumdog Millionaire,” and “No Country for Old Men.”

Hulu’s first season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” won the Norman Felton award for television drama series.

“Handmaid’s Tale” won the award for producers Bruce Miller, Warren Littlefield, Daniel Wilson, Fran Sears, Ilene Chaiken, Sheila Hockin, Eric Tuchman, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Joseph Boccia, Elisabeth Moss, Kira Snyder and Leila Gerstein.

Jane Goodall documentary “Jane” won the PGA for top movie documentary for producers Brett Morgen, Bryan Burk, Tony Gerber and James Smith.

Amazon’s first season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” won the Danny Thomas Award for episodic comedy from the Producers Guild of America for Daniel Palladino, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Sheila Lawrence and Dhana Rivera Gilbert.

The series, starring Rachel Brosnahan as a housewife with a knack for standup comedy in 1958, debuted in November. “Mrs. Maisel” won over “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Master of None,” “Silicon Valley” and “Veep.”

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” has repeated as the winner of the Producers Guild Award in the live entertainment and talk category.

Netflix’s fourth season of science-fiction anthology series “Black Mirror” won the David L. Wolper Award for Long-Form Television for producers Annabel Jones and Charlie Brooker. “Black Mirror” won over “Fargo,” “Feud: Bette and Joan,” “Sherlock: The Lying Detective,” and “The Wizard of Lies.”

“Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” won the the award for non-fiction television. Remini won the award as a producer along with Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Myles Reiff, Adam Saltzberg, Erin Gamble, Lisa Rosen, Grainne Byrne, Taylor Levin, Alex Weresow and Rachelle Mendez. “Leah Remini” topped “30 for 30,” “60 Minutes, “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” and “Spielberg.”

“Coco” producer Darla K. Anderson won the PGA for top animated feature in the first award presented Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton.

“Now is the time for more diversity in our culture and in our world,” Anderson said before dedicating the award to the people of Mexico. “Coco” topped “The Boss Baby,” “Despicable Me 3,” “Ferdinand” and “The Lego Batman Movie.”

The 12th and 13th seasons of NBC’s “The Voice” won the award for competition television. It also won the award in 2017.

The awards will conclude with the Darryl F. Zanuck award for top feature film. Independent films “The Big Sick,” “I, Tonya,” “Molly’s Game,” “Lady Bird,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “The Shape of Water” and “Call Me by Your Name” are vying against three films from the major studios — “The Post,” “Dunkirk” and “Wonder Woman” — for the Zanuck award.

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