Gary Oldman takes the Oscar for his performance as Winston Churchill


Gary Oldman's portrayal of Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour" earned him best actor award at the Oscars Sunday night.

Fiorentino putting the Academy on blast comes after an awards season dominated by conversations around #MeToo and Time's Up, movements that aim to address and fix Hollywood's problems with sexual misconduct, inequality and power imbalances.

Things got a little awkward on Good Morning Britain as the Oscars parties kicked off post-ceremony - and Ross King struggled to get newly-crowned best actor victor Gary Oldman on camera.

Oldman, previously nominated for "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy", is a leading man with a character actor's portfolio.

Oldman had already picked up awards at the Golden Globes and BAFTAs for Darkest Hour and had been tipped as the favourite for the Oscar.

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Darkest Hour is set in the early days of World War II.

Oldman saluted "Sir Winston Churchill, who has been marvelous company on what can be described as an incredible journey", and thanked his wife and his 98-year-old mom.

Gary Oldman is similar to Casey Affleck in that regard, who won the best actor award a year ago for Manchester by the sea, even while he had been accused to sexual harassment earlier this decade.

Watch your favorite shows on fuboTV: Watch over 67 live sports and entertainment channels with a 7-day FREE trial! But an ace make-up and hair job led by Kazuhiro Tsuji, whose name he suggested to director Joe Wright, made him come on board the project. You can see the full list of the cast at IMDB here.

On Monday, Fiorentino shared her thoughts with TMZ on Oldman's big win.