It's a big night for Gary Oldman....
Gary Oldman and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, have both strengthened their Oscar chances after winning big at the 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The Los Angeles ceremony, which is widely viewed as a strong indicator of who will win at the Academy Awards, saw Oldman pick up Best Actor for his acclaimed turn as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.
But it was Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri that proved to be the biggest success of the night – with Martin McDonagh’s pitch black comedy picking up a total of three awards on a night when the major accolades were presented by an all-female line up.
Along with a Best Actress award for Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell bagged the Best Supporting Actor gong for his role as a racist cop.
The film also picked up the main award for best ensemble in a motion picture – fighting off stiff competition from the likes of Lady Bird, The Big Sick, The Shape of Water, and Get Out.
As he accepted the Best Actor award, a tearful Gary Oldman said: “I am honestly and truly thrilled and overjoyed to be in this room tonight.
“I’m so deeply, deeply honoured and proud to receive this magnificent award, god bless you all.”
Here’s the list of winners in full (winners highlighted in bold).