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Stranger Things’ David Harbour and The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus gleam on the Critics Choice blue carpet

Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
The stars looked clean-cut on the red runner for the Critics Choice awards Picture: Getty/AFP)

The Critics Choice Awards 2018 kicked off with a horde of stars from Stranger Things and The Walking Dead gracing the red, or rather blue, carpet.

Fresh from the Golden Globes, David Harbour was seen in a sexy maroon fit along with his Stranger Things co-star Natalia Dyer.

Norman Reedus and Kate Bosworth were snapped together as they done their way into the ceremony, with Heidi Klum and Kate Bosworth not distant behind.

The rite is set to take place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, and will be hosted by Olivia Munn, who formerly pronounced she’s not fearful to make a few slicing jokes.

Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Natalia Dyer (Picture: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Critics’ Choice Awards )
Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
David Harbour (Picture: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Critics’ Choice Awards )

Gary Oldman, Tom Hanks and Jake Gyllenhaal are all in the using for best actor gong, while, Meryl Streep, Margot Robbie and Jessica Chastain will battle it out for best actress.

Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus (Picture: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Heidi Klum (Picture: AFP PHOTO / JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIXJEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP/Getty Images

Olivia, 37, told The Hollywood Reporter she’s prepared to tell the worse jokes: ‘At the finish of the day, if it’s entertaining, it’s interesting — but interesting doesn’t meant being soft.

‘If something feels like the right fun or the right bit, then we’ll go there, but my character is not to shock.

‘I don’t consider anyone is doing something just to startle or be malicious. Now being on the other side of this, my goal is to entertain, but not bashful divided from anything since it’s banned or risqué.’

Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Kate Bosworth (Picture: Steve Granitz/WireImage)
Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Jenifer Lewis (Picture: Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock)
Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Alexis Bledel (Picture: Steve Granitz/WireImage)
Stranger Things' David Harbour and Norman Reedus attend Critics Choice awards
Bob (Sean Astin) is alive and well! (Picture: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

Dunkirk and Darkest Hour are two of the names going conduct to conduct for Best Picture, with Dunkirk also in line for the gongs for best cinematography, best director, best behaving garb categories.

Jessica Biel posted an picture of herself getting prepared for the big night surrounded by her glam squad, which she captioned: ‘Just 5 very critical professionals holding their professions very seriously!’

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