The 2018 SAG Awards were a night to remember!
Women took centre stage for the evening, and underneath the glossy veneer were some serious messages.
Host Kristen Bell - in a first for the ceremony, which has always done without one before - called for "empathy and diligence" in the struggle for change in both the industry and the world.
What's more, the speeches that traditionally kick start the event were all made by women this year, and the presenters for the awards were also all female.
As one of the 12 people who have won an EGOT - an Emmy, a Grammy, a Oscar and a Tony - the West Side Story actress got a standing ovation from the crowd at the SAGs as she presented Freeman with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
"I'm in awe of [McDormand] and I stand shoulder to shoulder with you and all the incredible women in this room for trying to make things better", Rockwell said. The list is so long and I'd love to say so many more names, but I can't right now.
"She's genuinely been in good spirits when we've seen her, which I think will carry her along".
"I never thought I'd grow up to be the first lady, but you know what?" From the front... it's gender specific.
Outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama went to Claire Foy from Netflix's The Crown. He had kept a low profile since describing allegations of sexual impropriety against him by five women two weeks ago as "not accurate".
She thanked the guild first, saying she has been working since she was 14-years-old and was incredibly grateful for her career. "So I won't try", Freeman said. "We all die. The show ends", Noah said to E!
Geoffrey Rush, who was at the Shrine, was nominated for his portrayal of physicist Albert Einstein in the TV mini-series Genius, but the award went to Big Little Lies' Alexander Skarsgard. "That is not the case now, we have proven that we are potent and powerful and viable".