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*2024 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full List of Winners* 

“Oppenheimer” takes up the top prize and keeps up its amazing run. Best actor, supporting actress, and newcomer go to “The Holdovers.” 

At the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday night, “Oppenheimer” maintained its remarkable streak of wins, taking home eight major honours, including best film, best director for Christopher Nolan, and best supporting actor for Robert Downey Jr. That caps a hot week for the period drama, which also dominated last Sunday’s Golden Globes and has subsequently scooped up important nominations from the actors, producers and directors guilds. In case it wasn’t evident, we are dealing with a very strong Oscar front-runner.”All the critics who helped with convincing mainstream audiences that a film about quantum physics 

* “Barbie” Leads Critics Choice Awards Nominations with 18, Despite “Oppenheimer” Dominating Wins* 

Though “Oppenheimer” won in the biggest categories at the Critics Choice Awards, it was the film’s box office frenemy, “Barbie,” that entered the night as the most nominated movie, with a record-breaking 18 citations. Greta Gerwig’s hit comedy managed six wins, including trophies for its costumes, production design and song (“I’m Just Ken”), but since most of those awards were announced in the margins before a commercial break, host Chelsea Handler “went rogue” near the end of the show and brought up Gerwig and star Margot Robbie to make a speech anyway.Robbie was genuinely taken aback by the gesture. “When everyone is like, ‘Oh, this is so unexpected,’ this is actually unexpected and was not a part of the show,” she said. 

*”Golden Globe Winners Prevail at Critics Choice Awards in Top Acting Categories”* 

The lead winners in four highly contested categories took home the night’s film acting trophies, which went to actors who had already won Golden Globes.Emma Stone said as much as she accepted her best-actress award for “Poor Things,” saying, “I’m going to be honest, I’m in full-blown shock,” before praising the actresses Lily Gladstone from “Killers of the Flower Moon” and the other contenders. Because this is so absurd, I had nothing intelligent to say.Paul Giamatti won the lead actor prize for his portrayal of a history teacher with dysphoria in “The Holdovers.” In memory of his late father, A. Bartlett Giamatti, who served as Yale’s president and then as Major League Baseball’s commissioner, the actor delivered a heartfelt address. 

*”Critics Choice Awards Highlights: Downey and Randolph Win Supporting Prizes, Handler’s Humorous References Steal the Show”* 

Giamatti’s co-star Da’Vine Joy Randolph and “Oppenheimer” foil Downey earned the supporting prizes. Downey took advantage of the occasion to recite some of the worst criticism he has ever faced in his career. One of the most talked-about parts of the evening, though, occurred early in the programme when Handler made a reference to her ex-boyfriend Jo Koy’s poorly received Golden Globes monologue, in which he ridiculed his writers after his jokes turned sour.After cracking wise about her crush on Martin Scorsese, Handler told the crowd with a chuckle, “Thank you for laughing at that. It was written by my writers. 

The entire list of winners is as follows:  


Top Film 


Best Actress 

Emma Stone, “Poor Things” 

Best Actor 

Paul Giamatti, “The Holdovers” 

Best Supporting Actor 

Robert Downey Jr., “Oppenheimer” 

Best Supporting Actress 

Da’Vine Joy Randolph, “The Holdovers” 

Best Young Actor or Actress 

Dominic Sessa, “The Holdovers” 

Best Acting Ensemble 


Best Director 

Christopher Nolan, “Oppenheimer” 

Best Original Screenplay 


Best Adapted Screenplay 

“American Fiction” 

Best Cinematography 


Best Production Design 


Best Editing 


Best Costume Design 


Best Hair and Makeup 


Best Visual Effects 


Best Comedy 


Best Animated Feature 

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” 

Best Foreign-Language Film 

“Anatomy of a Fall” 

Best Song 

“I’m Just Ken,” from “Barbie” 

Best Score 

Ludwig Göransson, “Oppenheimer” 


Best Drama Series 


Best Actor, Drama Series 

Kieran Culkin, “Succession” 

Best Actress, Drama Series 

Sarah Snook, “Succession” 

Best Supporting Actor, Drama Series 

Billy Crudup, “The Morning Show” 

Best Supporting Actress, Drama Series 

Elizabeth Debicki, “The Crown” 

Best Comedy Series 

“The Bear” 

Best Actor, Comedy Series 

Jeremy Allen White, “The Bear” 

Best Actress, Comedy Series 

Ayo Edebiri, “The Bear” 

Best Supporting Actor, Comedy Series 

Ebon Moss-Bachrach, “The Bear 

Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series 

Meryl Streep, “Only Murders in the Building” 

Best Limited Series 


Best TV Movie 

“Quiz Lady” 

Best Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie 

Steven Yeun, “Beef” 

Best Actress, Limited Series or TV Movie 

Ali Wong, “Beef” 

Best Supporting Actor, Limited Series or TV Movie 

Jonathan Bailey, “Fellow Travelers” 

Best Supporting Actress, Limited Series or TV Movie 

Maria Bello, “Beef” 

Best Foreign-Language Series 


Best Animated Series 

“Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” 

Best Talk Show 

“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” 

Best Comedy Special 

“John Mulaney: Baby J” 



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