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Emma Watson was among the winners at the MTV movie and TV awards, the first major film and TV awards ceremony to adopt gender-neutral categories. reports citing The Guardian.

Watson’s performance in Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast won her the gong for best actor in a movie, a category that featured both male and female nominees. The British actor beat male performers including Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy to the award, which was presented by gender-neutral nonbinary actor Asia Kate Dillon.

In her acceptance speech, Watson described the award as “very meaningful”.

Watson also thanked Dillon, who identifies as nonbinary, for “educating me in such an inclusive, patient and loving way”.

Presenting the award Dillon said, “Tonight we celebrate portrayals of the human experience, because the only distinction we should be making when it comes to awards is between each outstanding performance.”

In the ceremony’s other gender-neutral acting category, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown won the award for best actor in a TV show ahead of the likes of Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke and Atlanta star Donald Glover. Brown thanked Stranger Things showrunners the Duffer brothers for creating “a badass female iconic character that I’ve got the honour to play”. Stranger Things also won the award for show of the year, while Beauty and the Beast was awarded movie of the year.

Jharrel Jerome and Ashton Sanders were awarded best kiss for the gay love story Moonlight. Receiving the award, the pair acknowledged the groundbreaking role of the film.

Other winners at the ceremony included Logan stars Hugh Jackman and Dafne Keen, who were awarded best duo, and Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya, who won the next generation award. Hidden Figures received the gong for best fight against the system, an award that examines how “honest, well-told stories lead to important discussions, lead to understanding, and can lead to a changed nation”.

The decision to create gender-neutral categories at the awards came as part of a wider overhaul of the ceremony that also saw TV series competing for the first time, as well as series and films competing in the same categories.

2017.05.08 / 16:36
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