"Creed," "Straight Outta Compton" win big at the All Def awards

Actor/rapper Ice Cube speaks onstage during the All Def Movie Awards at Lure Nightclub on February 24, 2016 in Los Angeles.

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While Chris Rock is gearing up for his highly scrutinized Oscars hosting gig, his brother Tony Rock was busy hosting a completely different celebration of film.

Wednesday night marked the first-ever All Def Movie Awards, announced earlier this month by Russell Simmons and created in response to the "stunning lack of diversity" in Hollywood.

The nominees vying for Best Picture showcased the types of films the Academy has snubbed this year: "Straight Outta Compton," which took the prize, as well as "Beasts of No Nation," "Chi-raq," "Concussion," "Creed" and "Dope."

Amid the more Oscar-like categories like Best Picture and Best Director, Simmons slipped in some more playful entries like Best Bad Muh F--ka, Most Quoted Movie and Best Helpful White Person.

The All Def Movie Awards will be broadcast on Fusion Sunday evening, opposite the Oscars.

The All Def Movie Awards winners:

Best Picture
Straight Outta Compton"

Best Actress
Sanaa Lathan, "The Perfect Guy"

Best Actor
Michael B. Jordan, "Creed"

Best Director
Ryan Coogler, "Creed"

Lifetime Achievement Award
Will Smith

Vanguard Award
Norman Lear

Best Helpful White Person
Christoph Waltz

Best Bad Muh Fu$&a Award
Denzel Washington

Most Quoted Movie

Best Black Survivor in a Movie
Ice Cube in "Anaconda"

Most Likely to Steal Your Girl Award
Amber Rose