Leonardo Di Caprio won Best Actor for “The Revenant,” and Brie Larson kept her winning streak going with Best Actress in “Room.” Neither star was present to claim their prize — Di Caprio is doing foreign press for the Alejandro G.Inarritu film, and Larson is currently filming “Kong: Skull Island.” Supporting actor and actress awards went to Sylvester Stallone for “Creed” and Alicia Vikander for “The Danish Girl,” both Oscar frontrunners.The promotions are in closing date order with the ongoing ones at the end of each section.
Please know that you are not forgotten.” A stunned-looking Joaquin Phoenix accepted best actor honors for “You Were Never Really Here,” appearing on stage in a pair of Converse sneakers.
The amateurs shined on the big stage Thursday, as Scottie Scheffler led them all with a three-under 69.
Robot” and Netflix’s “Master of None” were among the big winners at Sunday’s Critics’ Choice Awards — the first year the Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association combined their annual winners into one show.
George Miller‘s “Mad Max: Fury Road” won the most film awards by far with nine, including Best Director, but it fell short for the top award, Best Picture, which went to “Spotlight.” Tom Mc Carthy’s drama about the Boston Globe investigation of the Catholic pedophilia scandal also won for its original screenplay and ensemble cast.
There are plenty of players hot on the heels of the leaders heading into the weekend, with three players Hideki Matsuyama is lurking among the five players who finished on five-under on Friday, while even Jordan Spieth, who will start the third round on level par, could still be in contention on Sunday if he has a good day.