Critics' Choice Awards: 'Spotlight' and 'Mad Max' Win Big

There's something verifiably cool about the Critics Choice Awards being held at the Santa Monica Airport, where so huge numbers of the rich and renowned park their planes. Furthermore, with the brilliant sun setting upon the Barker Hangar, the current year's 21st yearly function, facilitated by 'Silicon Valley' star T.J. Miller, joined both the fabulousness of Hollywood with the inescapable pulverize of awards season, packing in both TV and film honors and running more than three hours in length.

Spotlight at Critics Choice Awards

The critics have talked and, similar to a large number of droning war young men, they loved Mad Max — well, to a degree. At the 2016 Critics' Choice Awards, Mad Max: Fury Road made great on its large number of nominations and took home nine awards, however passed up a major opportunity for Best Picture, which was scooped by Spotlight. The journalistic thriller likewise won Best Acting Ensemble and Best Original Screenplay, while its norm-core cousin The Big Short took home Best Comedy.

Leonardo DiCaprio, an Oscar most loved for the dirty wild survival story "The Revenant," won best actor, television his acknowledgment speech from London, where he's advancing the film. Sharon Stone reported the best picture recompense, which went to "Spotlight."

In TV, awards went to Mr. Robot for Best Drama and its stars Rami Malek and Christian Slater for Best Actor and Supporting Actor in a Drama, separately, while Netflix's Master of None took home Best Comedy. In further love for first year recruit series, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom caught up her Golden Globe win with another honor for Best Actress in a Comedy, while Unreal's Constance Zimmer took home Best Supporting Actress in a Drama. Fargo made a close scope in the miniseries classification, winning Best Limited Series and gaining awards for Jesse Plemons, Kirsten Dunst, and Jean Smart.

Mad Max at Critics Choice Awards

Brie Larson, who wasn't capable too go to the event, won best actress for her shocking turn in Room.

Be that as it may, perhaps no grant drew more oohs and coos than Jacob Tremblay, who won the honor for best youthful actor in "Room," and plans to place his statuette next to his toy Millennium Falcon. "This is super cool," said the slight star, clad in a smart tuxedo. "This is the best day of my life."

Later, when the grant for best supporting actress in a drama series was called, "Unreal" actress Eden Sher bounced up and down and shouted with unbridled happiness from the back of the overhang when her costar Constance Zimmer’s name was announced.

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