Brangelina Heat Up the Critics' Choice Awards Red Carpet
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie braved the cold at the 13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards Ceremony in Santa Monica, where they arrived late and weren't allowed in until the first commercial break.
The power couple was allowed to attend the star-studded event because the awards are not covered by the Writers Guild contracts, so they weren't affected by the strike.
But is this the last time we'll see Brad and Angie on the red carpet?
The Golden Globes, a precursor to the Oscars, have been dramatically scaled back because of the strike. NBC will air a special edition of "Dateline" to showcase the nominees, and a press conference will announce the winners. There will be no red carpet.
The strike was on the mind of all of Hollywood last night. George Clooney told "Extra," "I don't cross picket lines." But as for rumors that he was actively involved in calling a boycott for the Globes, he said, "I certainly don't call people up and say, 'Do anything.'"
Inside the auditorium, where the mood was lighter, George presented pal Don Cheadle with the Joel Siegel Award for his humanitarian work.
Other big winners included "No Country for Old Men" as best picture, with its leading man Javier Bardem winning best supporting actor.
The complete list of winners:
Best Picture No Country for Old Men
Best Comedy Juno
Best Actor Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood
Best Actress Julie Christie, Away from Her
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem, No Country for Old Men
Best Supporting Actress Amy Ryan, Gone Baby Gone
Best Acting Ensemble Hairspray
Best Young Actor Ahma Khan Mahmidzada
Best Young Actress Nikki Blonsky, Hairspray
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen, No Country for Old Men
Best Writer Diablo Cody, Juno
Best Composer Jonny Greenwood, There Will Be Blood
Best Song "Falling Slowly," Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova, Once
Best Foreign Language Film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Best Animated Feature Ratatouille
Best Family Film Enchanted
Best Documentary Sicko
Best Picture Made for Television Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee