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by Tim Appelo, AARP, February 21, 2018
PHOTO BY: Ramona Rosales
Winner Helen Mirren's memorable performances have spanned decades in movies, on television and on the stage.
Gary Oldman won for his portrayal of Winston Churchill for Darkest Hour.
Laurie Metcalf plays the protective mother of a teenage girl in Lady Bird.
Winner Richard Jenkins received the award from presenter Blythe Danner for his performance in The Shape of Water.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi was represented by actress Kelly Marie Tran, winning director Rian Johnson and actor Mark Hamill.
Winner Aaron Sorkin attended with Molly Bloom, real-life heroine of Molly's Game, the movie he wrote.
From left, actors Valeria Cotto, Willem Dafoe and Christopher Rivera with Sean Baker, director of The Florida Project.
Shari Belafonte presented the award to Hébert Peck, producer of I Am Not Your Negro, about writer James Baldwin and race in America.
Helen Mirren with her AARP Movies for Grownups Career Achievement Award presenter (and Winchester costar) Jason Clarke.
Doug Jones, left, out of his amphibious creature outfit, embraces The Shape of Water director Guillermo del Toro.
Betty Gabriel and Marcus Henderson represented the cast of Get Out.
Keala Settle stars as the bearded lady in The Greatest Showman.
Dunkirk veteran Ken Sturdy, 97, praised the authenticity of winning movie Dunkirk.
PHOTO BY: Jordan Strauss/Invision
See more wonderful photos and behind-the-scene shots from our huge "Movies for Grownups" film awards, including Helen Mirren, Gary Oldman, Annette Bening and more.
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