Everything Everywhere All at Once (Best Picture), Better Call Saul (Best Drama Series) and Abbott Elementary (Best Comedy Series) won the top honors at Sunday’s 28th Critics Choice Awards, which celebrates the year in film and television.
Everything Everywhere All at Once came into the night with a leading 14 nominations and went home with four awards. Star Ke Huy Quan was named Best Supporting Actor while the movie also picked up tropies for Best Director, Best Editing and Best Original Screenplay.
Acting honors went to Cate Blanchett (Best Actress, Tár), Brendan Fraser (Best Actor, The Whale), Zendaya (Best Actress in a Drama Series, Euphoria), Bob Odenkirk (Best Actor in a Drama Series, Better Call Saul), Jean Smart (Best Actress in a Comedy Series, Hacks), Jeremy Allen White (Best Actor in a Comedy Series, The Bear) and Daniel Radcliffe (Best Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television: – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story).
Special awards were given to Janelle Monáe (#SeeHer award) and Jeff Bridges (Lifetime Achievement Award).
Written by: Tony Williams