Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn's reaction to Meryl Streep's speech goes viral

While most of Hollywood rallied around Meryl Streep following her controversial 2017 Golden Globes speech, it seems the same cannot be said for Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson.

Footage of the two actors during Streep's acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award in which she skewered president-elect Donald Trump is now going viral. The legendary actress called the president-elect's run for office one of the biggest "performances" of the year as she brought up the one incident that stood out most -- when Trump mocked The New York Times' Serge Kovaleski, a disabled reporter.

"Disrespect invites disrespect, violence incites violence," she said. "When the powerful use their position to bully others we all lose."

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 08: Actress Meryl Streep attends the 'Into The Woods' world premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater on December 8, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)
The bridesmaid Linda, played by Meryl Streep in a scene of The Deer Hunter by Michael Cimino, glances at John Cazale, guest to a Russian Wedding into an American Orthodox church together with Chuck Aspegren and Robert De Niro. Cleveland (USA), 1978. (Photo by Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)
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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 10: Actress Meryl Streep enters the 'Late Show With David Letterman' taping at the Ed Sullivan Theater on December 10, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/WireImage)
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BLOOMINGTON, IN - APRIL 16: Academy Award winner, Meryl Streep, received a Conferral Honorary Degree from Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie at Indiana University Auditorium on April 16, 2014 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Ron Hoskins/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 09: Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep attend the The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences Hosts An Official Academy Members Screening Of INTO THE WOODS at The Academy Theatre at Lighthouse International on December 9, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)
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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 05: (L-R) Don Gummer and actress Meryl Streep attend the 2014 The New York Philharmonic Spring Gala featuring 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' at Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center on March 5, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/WireImage)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 08: Actress Meryl Streep attends the world premiere of 'Into the Woods' at Ziegfeld Theater on December 8, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 08: Producer John DeLuca, producer Marc Platt, aniel Huttlestone, Meryl Streep and Ben Platt attend the world premiere of 'Into the Woods' at the Ziegfeld Theatre on December 8, 2014 in New York City. The stars came out for the world premiere of ÒInto the WoodsÓ on Monday, December 8, 2014 at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York. Director Rob Marshall, the all star cast including Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Christine Baranski, Tracey Ullman andÊlegendary composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim and writer James Lapine were all celebrating the cinematic event, bringing thehumorousÊand heartfelt musical to the screen. ÊÒInto the WoodsÓÊÊproduced by Rob Marshall, John DeLuca, Marc Platt and Callum McDougallÊopens in theaters nationwideÊon December 25, 2014. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
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HOLLYWOOD, CA - JUNE 06: Actresses Diane Lane (L) and Meryl Streep attend the 2014 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jane Fonda at the Dolby Theatre on June 5, 2014 in Hollywood, California. Tribute show airing Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on TNT. (Photo by Michael Buckner/WireImage)
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And while her passionate message resonated with many in the room -- the two actors looked very unimpressed ...

Gibson, a known conservative, look confused as he stroked his chin. Meanwhile, Vaughn death glared while Streep was talking and showed off his ability to not blink for a long period of time.

It's giving us serious McKayla Maroney "unimpressed" vibes ...
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Of course, Twitter went wild over their stone-faced expressions. It wasn't long before they became the subject of memes.

But the two actors are not the only ones who weren't amused by Streep's bold move. Donald Trump called Streep "overrated," while Meghan McCain and FOX News' Tucker Carlson also spoke out against the actress.

RELATED: All the Golden Globes red carpet looks:

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Brie Larson absolutely stuns in a deep red gown with a form-fitting top and ethereal bottom.

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Jessica Biel definitely made heads turn in this gown complete with a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit ... but we're not sold on the bizarre detailing on the bottom half.

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"This Is Us" actress Mandy Moore surprised everyone with a seriously sexy black Naeem Khan dress with a unique train and plunging neckline.

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Nicole Kidman and her husband Keith Urban dazzled on the red carpet in a long, metallic gown and sharp black tuxedo respectively. 

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Anna Kendrick turned heads in a sea of black dresses in a sheer grey gown with a long train. We're totally loving this simple, yet sophisticated, ensemble. 

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Wow! Lily Collins made a statement in a stunning rose pink gown with some unique embellishments. She paired the dramatic look with a sexy red lip.

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Fierce! Kerry Washington channeled her "Scandal" character Olivia Pope in this yellow Dolce & Gabbana number that gave a subtle view of her undergarments. She paired the look with some strappy Sophia Webster 

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Actress Regina King gave us serious body goals (take a look at those arms!) in a body-hugging silver strapless gown. Give us the number to her trainer ASAP. 

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Stunning! Pregnant Natalie Portman channeled Jackie Kennedy in this eye-catching mustard yellow gown with intricate white embroidery. 

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Actress Gina Rodriguez looked glamorous in this stunning Naeem Khan dress and channeled old Hollywood with her finger wave curls and minimal jewelry. 

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Winona Ryder went safe with a black gown with a sweetheart neckline and a dramatic train. She left her raven tresses down with a subtle red lip.

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Actress Kristen Wiig rocked a long, white lace gown complete with short bell sleeves and gold jewelry. 

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Sarah Jessica Parker seemingly played tribute to the late Carrie Fisher in a white gown and braided updo that resembled Princess Leia' s iconic "Star Wars" buns. 

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Reese Witherspoon stunned in a yellow strapless gown, complete with a sexy thigh-high slit. We are completely in love with this look!

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"Nashville" actress Connie Britton looks pretty in pink in a floral gown and thigh-high slit. Simple, yet elegant!

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"La La Land" actress Emma Stone looked absolutely stunning in a whimsical gown with star-shaped metallic detailing. She completed the look with a super glam drop-down necklace.

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Viola Davis looked gorgeous in a yellow, one-shoulder dress complete with diamond drop-down earrings. 

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Kelly Preston made heads turn in all the wrong ways in this black and white ensemble with ruffles on the bottom.

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Sexy lady! Sofia Vergara left little to the imagination in a super sheer number with some bedazzled detailing.

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Carrie Underwood showed off her teeny figure in a pastel pink number with some strange ruffled detailing up top.

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"Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross took a risk with her sheer strapless gown -- and it paid off! Ross proudly flashed a hint off a hint of leg in the see-through number. 

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Woah, cleavage! Priyanka Chopra blew us away with this stunning long-sleeved gold gown that hugged her toned body in all the right places.

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Look at those arms! Felicity Huffman gave us some serious Greek goddess vibes in this gold and white pantsuit with a surprise slit on the bottom. 

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Natalie Morales sparkled in this silver ensemble with a subtle slit. She carried a clutch of the same hue. Doesn't she look incredible?

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Hailee Steinfeld proved she's a force to be reckoned with on the red carpet in this nearly see-through dreamy purple ensemble. 

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Ruth Negga looked out-of-this-world in this figure-hugging cosmic number.

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Michael Keaton kept his cool with a sharp tuxedo, velvet loafers and classic shades.

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Michelle Williams underwhelmed with an off-the-shoulder patterned frock. Instead of rocking diamonds, she opted for her own unique take on the choker.

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Goldie Hawn looked incredible this off-the-shoulder stunner. The simple look showcased her jaw-dropping figure perfectly.

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Leading lady Amy Adams rocked an understated sequined black dress with a unique neckline. 

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Model Heidi Klum rocked another body-hugging ensemble -- but this black and white frock totally missed the mark.

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Pretty in pink! Red carpet veteran Angela Bassett didn't disappoint in a floor-length gown with a unique neckline.

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Octavia Spencer decided to ditch the gown with this navy blazer and pants of the same color.

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Wowza! Emily Ratajkowski continued her streak of jaw-dropping red carpet looks in a daring yellow gown that showed off her perfect figure.

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"This Is Us" star Chrissy Metz made heads turn in a deep purple ensemble with an embellished waistline. 

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"Fantastic Beasts" actor Eddie Redmayne looked handsome in a sharp tuxedo and classic black bow-tie. 

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Actress Sarah Paulson slinky long-sleeved gold dress hugged her tiny frame in all the right places.

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Chrissy Teigen left us disappointed with this bizarre metallic ensemble. The peplum waist was the cherry on top of the disaster look.

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Wowza. Naomi Campbell made quite the entrance with a geometric dress dazzling (or dizzying!) to the eye.

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Donald Glover went against the status quo in this brown velvet tux.

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Lady in red! Charissa Thompson stunned in a sexy floor-length gown with a plunging neckline.

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Anna Chlumsky stunned in an emerald green frock that hugged her tiny waist. 

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Thandie Newton was a vision in white in a tight off-the-shoulder with gold detailing on the bottom.

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Flower power! Busy Philipps' black gown is a definite winner. She paired the eye-catching look with a bright yellow boxed clutch.

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Riley Keough went bold with this black gown complete with a unique neckline -- it'll have everyone talking for days!

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Jenna Bush Hager was all smiles in a simple emerald green off-the-shoulder look at her very first Golden Globes!

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Actress Zoe Saldana made a statement in this ruffled Gucci ensemble made up of different shades of pink ... but we're not sold. 

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TV personality Liz Hernandez hit the red carpet wearing a unique black gown ... but we're not too entirely sure what's going on here.

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The "Stranger Things" cast sure knows how to clean up! Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp and Gaten Matarazzo looked like total red carpet pros with their outfits.

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Bombshell! TV personality Nancy O'Dell rocked head to toe purple in a sexy Mac Duggal gown with a deep-V neckline and a thigh-high slit. She rocked heels of the same color.

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Stripes done right! Julia Louis-Dreyfus' looked totally elegant in this black and white one-shoulder ensemble. 

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Actress Amy Landecker got totally busty in a gorgeous cream Tony Ward gown with a subtle train.

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TV personality Tracey E. Edmonds flashed some major cleavage in a figure-hugging gown with a peplum waistline.

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Sienna Miller was a vision in white in a simple gown with some seriously sexy cutouts near the waist. She completed the sophisticated look with a pearl necklace and a black clutch.

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Jeannie Mai hit the red carpet in a dramatic textured gown with a soft pink belt.

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TV Personality AJ Gibson looked totally dapper in a navy tux complete with a black bowtie.

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Yvette Nicole Brown sparkled in this eye-catching long-sleeved rose gold number.

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Issa Rae couldn't be missed in this bright white ensemble that hugged her curvaceous body.

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Actress Jessica Chastain rocked a frosty blue, floral fitted gown complete with a drop-down dazzling diamond necklace. 

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Olivia Culpo looked like a a piece of art in this dramatic gown with floral patterning that looked similar to a Van Gogh painting.

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Ross Mathews hit the red carpet in style in a black suit, sans bowtie, and his million-dollar smile.

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Zazie Beetz rocked a simple black dress with a billowy bottom.

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The Stallone daughters, Sistine, Scarlet and Sophia, look all grown up! The trio, who shared the "Miss Golden Globes" honors, all wore simple black dresses while accessorizing with some major bling.

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Can she do wrong? Gymnast Simone Biles was all smiles on the red carpet in a cream ensemble with with sparkly detailing on the waist -- in yet another flawless look.

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Hello ladies! Josh Henderson rocked a sleek black tuxedo complete with a slicked-back hairstyle.

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Stunning! Felicity Jones looked absolutely gorgeous in this pastel pink Gucci gown.

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Actress Teresa Palmer donned a black velvet down with shoulder pads and a fierce red lip.

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Trace Lysette looked like an absolute bombshell in a figure-hugging emerald green gown. She kept everything else simple as to not pull attention away from the intricate detailing.

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Joel Edgerton looked dashing in a navy three-piece suit that showed off his buff bod in all the right places.

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Drew Barrymore looked stunning in a sheer all-white number with silver detailing on the sleeves. 

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"Stranger Things" actress Millie Bobby Brown rocked a knee-length silver frock with fringe embellishments. She accessorized with a cute pair of Sophia Webster kitten heels. 

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Kristen Bell flaunted her perfect figure in a body-hugging long-sleeved gown with a dramatic neckline. 

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Actress Amara Karan donned an off-the-shoulder LBD that overpowered her curvaceous body. 

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Actress Kat Kramer looks whimsical in a gauzy, two-tone gown. She topped the look off with a classic red mani that complimented her white and red clutch and fiery red hair. 

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Actor Jon Falcone and television host Debbie Matenopoulos look sharp in a classic tuxedo and on-trend metallic dress.

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Joel Edgerton looks dashing in a navy three-piece suit and patent leather shoes.

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Actor Trevante Rhodes looks dashing in a fitted tuxedo that showcased his fit physique.

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Actor Ron Cephas went for a blue button-up and navy tie to complement his black tuxedo. 

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Actress Judith Light gave us mixed feelings with this zebra-like animal print dress that made us a little dizzy. 

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Jeremy Renner looked dashing in HUGO BOSS, wearing a white tuxedo jacket and classic black trousers. His watch and black bow-tie completed his non-traditional look.

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Actor Malcolm McDowell looked like he needed a tailor for his baggy suit that flooded at the ankles. 

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Diana Madison looked glam in a mermaid-esque metallic dress that hugged her curves and showed off her fit physique. 

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Actor Milo Ventimiglia opted for a navy suit that had black lapel detailing. He completed the look with a classic black bow-tie and neatly trimmed 'stash.  

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Annette Bening dazzled in a striped, gold dress with long sleeves. The glam dress had a small train and she polished it off with a pop of orange on her lips. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Actor Justin Hartley looked handsome in a classic three-piece tuxedo and patent leather shoes. 

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Can Justin Timberlake look any better? The singer looked handsome in a sharp tuxedo pinstripe jacket and classic trousers. 

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Actress Amanda Peet went for a classic but stunning look in a deep purple gown that cinched at the waist. She completed the looking with a sleek, metallic clutch. 

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Sophie Turner's complicated black and white gown missed the mark in more ways than one. Where do we even begin? 

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Producer J.J. Abrams dressed to impress in his all-black tux.  

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Gymnast Aly Raisman flaunted her fit bod with an off-the-shoulder burnt orange dress and strappy sandals. 

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Actress Gal Gadot rocked her baby bump on the red carpet in a sleek black and blue sequined gown and slick pony tail. 

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Actress Laura Dern went for a simple yet sophisticated look with a floral gown and minimal jewelry. 

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Evan Rachel Wood looked beautiful in a sharp-tailored tuxedo complete with a bow-tie blouse and minimal jewelry. 

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Luciana Barroso and actor Matt Damon kept it classic on the red carpet with a black and white ensemble. 

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Stars like George Clooney and Robert DeNiro publicly backed the Hollywood legend, with her former co-star Clooney jokingly calling her, "the most overrated actress of all-time."

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