Bond star Ana de Armas pulled out all the stops when she walked the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday.
The 31-year-old Cuban actress dazzled in a strapless sequin gown in midnight blue BY Ralph And Russo, as she arrived at the Beverly Hilton hotel on Sunday night.
The outing comes as it was reported that a sequel for her movie, Knives Out, is now in the works.
Golden Globes 2020: Bond star Ana de Armas dazzled in a strapless sequin gown as it's announced that Knives Out sequel is 'in the works'
Getting along nicely: Ana took to the stage to present an award alongside Daniel Craig, who stars with Ana in both Bond and Knives Out
Ana posed with her hands in her pockets on the red carpet on the night, with a slick of ruby red lipstick adding some colour to her ensemble; her Beauty look for the evening was created by Celebrity Makeup Artist and Armani Beauty Collaborator Melanie Inglessis.
The Beauty pro explained that she wanted to 'create a timeless look' for Ana's first Golden Globes attendance and nomination, so she created 'a modern classic red lip' using the Giorgio Armani Beauty Smooth Silk Lip Pencil in 8, followed by the Lip Maestro Liquid Lipstick in 402.
She wore her darkened locks up in an elegant do and completed her look with sapphires and diamonds by Tiffany & Co.
She later took to the stage with her Bond and Knives Out co-star Daniel Craig to present an award.
Moreover, the actress was nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, for Knives Out. Instead, Awkwafina, picked up the gong for The Farewell.
Ana told E! that she had been so excited to even be nominated.
More to come: The outing came just hours after it was reported that a sequel for Knives Out (pictured) is in the works
She said: 'I called my mom and my dad—and they were still sleeping. It was so early in the morning.
'They started crying. You know, it's a lot for them to take in. For me, myself it was so unexpected.'
Hours before, The Hollywood Reporter, wrote that Knives Out's writer-director Rian Johnson is already working on a follow-up to his hit original.
They write that the $40 million original Whodunnit film has grossed nearly $250 million worldwide.
It tells the story of a detective [Daniel Craig], who investigates the death of a patriarch of an eccentric, combative family.
Iconic: Ana plays a character called Paloma in Bond's No Time To Die movie
Ana, who also stars with Craig in Bond, plays a central figure character called Marta Cabrera in Knives Out.
THR add that while Lionsgate has not officially given the sequel the green light, the chairman, Joe Drake is eager to read a script.
Rian Johnson has said he is eager to make the picture quickly, ideally in the new year and his producing partner, Ram Bergman said Craig is on board.
Meanwhile, it has been 16 years since Renee Zellweger came home with a Golden Globe and it has been even longer for Brad Pitt who last won in 1996.
But the two veteran stars changed their fortunes in yet another great Hollywood comeback story.
Wow: Ana's dress was by Ralph and Russo and suited her perfectly - she wore a slick of ruby red lipstick for the occasion
It's a bling thing: She wore diamonds and sapphires by Tiffany And Co on the night
The 56-year-old actor earned Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture at the star-studded event held at the Beverly Hills Hilton on Sunday night before his film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood earned top honor Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Zellweger, 50, then won for her role in Judy Garland biopic Judy in one of the most contentious categories of the night: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama.
She last won Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Cold Mountain in 2004 while it has been 24-years since Pitt won Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for his work in Twelve Monkeys.
Zellweger faced stiff-competition including: Cynthia Erivo (Harriet), Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story), Saoirse Ronan (Little Women), and Charlize Theron (Bombshell).
Friends in high places: She was seen on the arm of iconic actor Al Pacino
In her speech she showed respect to her fellow nominees as she said: 'Well hi, everybody. It’s nice to see you. You all look pretty good, 17 years later. Thank you to the HFPA for inviting me back to the family reunion, especially with all these extraordinary ladies this year.
'Your work moves me, and I’ve been cheering for y’all from theater seats for a long time.'
Judy follows legendary performer Judy Garland after she arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold out concert.
During his speech, Brad had the attention of the crowd as he also paid tribute to his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio while making a Titanic joke as he said: 'I also have to thank my partner in crime, LDC.... he’s an all star, he’s a gent. I wouldn’t be here without you, man. I thank you. Still, I would have shared the raft.'
Fancy seeing you here: She also caught up with Phoebe Waller-Bridge who co-wrote the new Bond movie
Getting on well: The ladies threw their head back in laughter as they caught up
He concluded the fun acceptance speech with a sweet humanitarian message by saying: 'Hey, if you see an opportunity to be kind to someone tomorrow, take it. I think we all need it.'
Pitt beat out A-list talent including: Tom Hanks (A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood), Anthony Hopkins (The Two Popes), Al Pacino (The Irishman), and Joe Pesci (The Irishman).
His big award was one of three earned by Once Upon A Time In Hollywood including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Producer David Heyman accepted the prize as he revealed that director and writer Quentin Tarantino told him he would be representing the cast and crew on the grand stage as he said: 'Quentin is nothing if unpredictable. A few seconds ago he told me I was going to speak.'
Tarantino also won for Best Screenplay earlier in the night.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood tells the story of TV star Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Pitt), who make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore.
Joaquin Phoenix earned Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his role in highest box office earning R-rated film of all-time: Joker.
Comeback kids: Renee Zellweger (left) and Brad Pitt both ended decades-long dry spells at the Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel on Sunday night
The 45-year-old actor showed that he still has a penchant for mischief as he kept the censors busy with his profanity-laden acceptance speech which began: 'Contrary to popular belief, I don't want to rock the boat. But the boat is f***ing rocked!'
He went on to address the fires in Australia and ongoing climate crisis as he urged Hollywood to do better like 'not taking privates to Palm Springs.'
Phoenix then got choked up while mentioning fiancée Rooney Mara and those in attendance as he ended his speech: 'Rooney, I love you. I'm so grateful for this night and all of you. Thank you.'
Of course Joker follows mentally troubled comedian Arthur Fleck who is mistreated by society leading him into a downward spiral with the eventual path of becoming his super-villain alter-ego.
Humble: Tarantino also won for Best Screenplay earlier in the night
Sam Mendes' war epic 1917 was the top winner in the dramatic film categories as it earned the last award of the night: Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The film that follows two young British soldiers during the First World War who were given an impossible mission beat out critically-acclaimed films: The Irishman, Marriage Story, Joker, and The Two Popes.
British filmmaker Mendes, 53, also won Best Director – Motion Picture earlier in the night.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge was also one of the biggest winners of the night on the television end as she took home two top awards for Fleabag.
As former US President Barack Obama recently put the BBC/Amazon show on his list of favorite movies and music of 2019, the 34-year-old British star made a hilarious joke for fans while accepting one of the top honors of the night; Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.
Inspired: Joaquin Phoenix earned Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his role in highest box office earning R-rated film of all-time: Joker
During her speech, she referenced a racy scene from the first season of the groundbreaking series in which her character masturbated to Obama delivering a keynote speech to Parliament in 2011.
She said: 'Personally, I'd like to thank Obama for putting us on his list and as some of you may know, he's always been on mine. And if you don't get that joke, watch season one of Fleabag really, really quickly! Thank you so much.'
It was yet another milestone night for the star as Waller-Bridge also earned Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for the comedy series.
During that speech, the star paid tribute to co-star Andrew Scott when she first hit the podium to accept her award.
Flower power: Laura Dern was also a big winner as she won Best Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for her role in Netflix's A Marriage Story
After celebrating with a kiss on the cheek during the announcement, the writer, director and actress dedicated the win to Scott as she joked that the 43-year-old Irish actor; 'could have chemistry with a pebble.'
She said: 'Oh my God. Thank you so much to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for this, it’s really heavy and cool.
'This really comes down to Andrew Scott really because that man, there was a lot of talk about the chemistry between us in the show but he could have chemistry with a pebble and Id loved being Andrew’s pebble in this, thanks for bringing so much fire to this season.'
She faced heavy-competition including: Christina Applegate (Dead to Me), Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Kirsten Dunst (On Becoming a God in Central Florida), and Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll).
Hair is everything: Phoebe Waller-Bridge hit the podium at the Beverly Hills Hilton in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday as she accepted Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy for Fleabag
Waller-Bridge portrays the titular character in the groundbreaking series - which she adapted from an award-winning play - as it follows a young woman trying to cope with life in London while coming to terms with a recent tragedy.
It was a big night for the Fleabag family as Olivia Colman earned Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama for The Crown.
The 45-year-old British actress - who portrays Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix series - beat out heavy competition including Killing Eve's Jodie Comer, Big Little Lies star Nicole Kidman, and Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon who both star in The Morning Show.
She said: 'For the last year I feel like I've been living someone else's life and now I feel like I'm winning someone else's award.'
Earlier in the night, Russell Crowe was absent as he was announced as the winner of the Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television award.
Then 55-year-old actor was given the honor for his work