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Angela Bassett Set For Costume Designers Guild’s Spotlight Award

As Angela Bassett enjoys a serious awards-season run for her supporting role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, she’s about to dress up her trophy case even more. The current Oscar nominee and recent Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award winner will receive the Spotlight Award at the Costume Designers Guild’s gala next month.
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Angela Bassett reports for duty on the set of 9-1-1 after Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
Angela Bassett was up bright and early and reporting for duty on the set of  9-1-1 Tuesday, in spite of receiving a history making Oscar nomination.The versatile star, 64 - who plays police sergeant Athena Grant in the police procedural - received a nod for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Queen Ramonda in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. She is the first Marvel star to be so honored for their role in a Marvel film.  Report for duty: Angela Bassett was up bright and early and reporting for duty on the set of 9-1-1 Tuesday, in spite of receiving a history making Oscar nominationIn a statement to CNN, the star wrote, 'This morning is a little extra special in the Bassett Vance household with news of my Oscar nomination. What has drawn me to each of the women I’ve portrayed throughout my career is their strength, compassion, resilience, and power.' She added, 'Wakanda Forever’s Queen Ramonda is a character that touched my spirit because she is a mother and a leader who must care for her grieving nation as much as she cares for her family in mourning. Ramonda is a love letter that reflects and acknowledges what we women do everyday.' The nomination also broke through the glass ceiling as she joined Al Pacino, Paul Newman, William Hurt, Heath Ledger and Joaquin Phoenix who were nominated for their work in films based on comic books or graphic novels.
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Critics Choice Awards 2023: Britt Lower dons white pantsuit with flowing cape while on red carpet
Britt Lower cut an angelic figure while hitting the red carpet for the 28th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. The 37-year-old actress donned a low-cut, white blazer with a long cape cascading down her back. Her auburn hair was brushed down and off to the right in the front, and she added big pearl earrings to her ensemble.  Angelic: Britt Lower cut an angelic figure while hitting the red carpet for the 28th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on SundayThe plunging neckline showed off her chest, and the Severance star stopped to pose alongside several of the other attendees.  Patricia Arquette, Jen Tullock, Busy Philipps and Michelle Williams all stood alongside Lower at the big night of film and television. Arquette, 54, wore a short sleeve aquamarine dress with a long train that collected in a pool of fabric at her feet.  Long cape: The 37-year-old actress donned a low cut white blazer with a long cape cascading down her back Short hair: Her auburn hair was brushed down and off to the right in the front Pearls: She added big pearl earrings to her ensembleCritics' Choice Awards WINNERS 2023: AT A GLANCE  FILMBEST PICTURE: Everything Everywhere All at OnceBEST ACTOR: Brendan Fraser – The WhaleBEST ACTRESS: Cate Blanchett – TárBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Ke Huy Quan – Everything Everywhere All at OnceBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Angela Bassett – Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverBEST DIRECTOR: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert – Everything Everywhere All at OnceBEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert – Everything Everywhere All at OnceBEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: Sarah Polley – Women TalkingBEST COMEDY: Glass Onion: A Knives Out MysteryBEST ANIMATED FEATURE: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio His
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Critics Choice Awards 2023: Angela Bassett hails late Black Panther costar Chadwick Boseman
Angela Bassett praised her late Black Panther costar Chadwick Boseman as she collected the Critics' Choice award for her performance in the film's sequel Sunday.'We couldn't have made history, then and now, without you,' said the actress, 64, after she won the honors for Best Supporting Actress in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - in which she plays the Queen Mother of Wakanda, Ramonda - after making history at the Golden Globes with a win in the same category. Bassett hailed the late star who played King T'Challa - Boseman died at 43 in August of 2020 following a four-year battle with colon cancer - for the 'love and light surrounding us' as she accepted the honors at Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The latest: Angela Bassett, 64, praised her late Black Panther costar Chadwick Boseman as she collected the Critics' Choice award for her performance in the film's sequel Sunday at the Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles Bassett was nominated in the category against Jessie Buckley (Women Talking), Kerry Condon (The Banshees of Inisherin), Jamie Lee Curtis (Everything Everywhere All at Once), Stephanie Hsu (Everything Everywhere All at Once) and Janelle Monáe (Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery).Bassett, who is the first star to win a major individual acting honor for a Marvel film, thanked her fans and 'Disney and Marvel family,' as well as filmmaker Ryan Coogler.
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