24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards Winners – Live Updates

24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards.

The BFCA and BTJA present the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards winners during a ceremony taking place tonight at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.  Please follow along for live updates throughout the evening!

Motion Picture winners

  • Best Action Movie: Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  • Best Original Song: “Shallow” (A Star Is Born, Words & Music by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt)
  • Best Young Actor/Actress: Elsie Fisher, Eighth Grade
  • Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, Green Book
  • Best Supporting Actress: Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie: A Quiet Place
  • Best Acting Ensemble: The Favourite
  • Best Animated Feature: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  • Best Foreign Language Film: Roma
  • Best Original Screenplay: Paul Schrader, First Reformed
  • Best Adapted Screenplay: Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Best Actress in a Comedy: Olivia Colman, The Favourite
  • Best Actor in a Comedy: Christian Bale, Vice
  • Best Comedy: Crazy Rich Asians
  • Best Cinematography: Alfonso Cuarón, Roma
  • Best Production Design: Hannah Beachler, Jay Hart, Black Panther
  • Best Visual Effects: Black Panther
  • Best Editing: Tom Cross, First Man
  • Best Costume Design: Ruth Carter, Black Panther
  • Best Hair and Makeup: Vice
  • Best Original Score: Justin Hurwitz, First Man
  • Best Director: Alfonso Cuarón, Roma
  • Best Actress (TIE): Glenn Close, The Wife; Lady Gaga, A Star Is Born
  • Best Actor: Christian Bale, Vice
  • Best Picture: Roma

Television winners

  • Best Supporting Actor in A Limited Series or Movie Made For Television: Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal
  • Best Supporting Actress in A Limited Series or Movie Made For Television: Patricia Clarkson, Sharp Objects
  • Best Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series: Henry Winkler, Barry
  • Best Supporting Actress in A Comedy Series: Alex Borstein, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • Best Supporting Actor in A Drama Series: Noah Emmerich, The Americans
  • Best Supporting Actress in A Drama Series: Thandie Newton, Westworld
  • Best Animated Series: BoJack Horseman
  • Best Movie Made For Television: Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
  • Best Actor in A Limited Series or Movie Made For Television: Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
  • Best Actress in A Limited Series or Movie Made For Television (TIE): Amy Adams, Sharp Objects; Patricia Arquette, Escape at Dannemora
  • Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Bill Hader, Barry
  • Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • Best Actor in a Drama Series: Matthew Rhys, The Americans
  • Best Actress in a Drama Series: Sandra Oh, Killing Eve
  • Best Limited Series: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
  • Best Drama Series: The Americans
  • Best Comedy Series: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Previously announced, creator/showrunner Chuck Lorre will receive the Critics’ Choice Creative Achievement Award while actress Claire Foy will accept the third-ever #SeeHer Award.

If Beale Street Could Talk actress Regina King quotes James Baldwin in accepting the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress:  “We can make America what America must become.”

In accepting the #SeeHer Award, actress Claire Foy said: “There’s no such thing as just the wife.”

The cast of The Favourite could not make it because they were engaged in a high-stakes race with a duck.

Darren Criss: “Statistically, inevitably, the critiques will not always be this generous.”  He apologizes for future performances that turn out to be lackluster.

Amy Adams insisted that the other winner be on stage before giving a speech.

Ben Stiller has a fun time while presenting Best Actress and Actor in a Comedy.  He goes as far as to present what could have been Olivia Colman’s speech for The Favourite.  He keeps praising film editing.

Christian Bale: “I guess it’s been put in a comedy…it’s really a tragedy.”  He thanks the HFPA.  He thanks the doctors for fattening him up while remaining healthy as well as teaching him how to have a heart attack.  “I want to thank Louis Armstrong because why not. Everybody should thank Louis Armstrong.”  “Oh, bloody hell, my team!”

The cast of The Big Bang Theory present series creator Chuck Lorre with the Critics’ Choice Creative Achievement Award by reading from the vanity cards.

Rachel Brosnahan to Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino: “I will thank you guys for as long as I live.”

It’s the sixth and final season of The Americans so they’re thanking everyone possible.

Amy Sherman-Palladino thanks her mom, who is celebrating a birthday today.

Best Actress winner Glenn Close is thrilled that it’s a tie.  “I think I can speak for all the women in the room–we celebrate each other and we are proud to be in this room together.”

Lady Gaga: “I’m so very honored that she won this.”  Upon starting to get played off stage: “It’s okay.  I can still do this with a piano background.”  She dedicates the win to all people who have suffered from alcoholism addiction and to all those loved ones who saw their loved ones suffer.

Christian Bale on the second win: “I always admire people who are willing to make a fool of themselves.”  “In your life, it’s great to be recognized for it.”  “There’s really no competition.  It’s a celebration.  I celebrate this with all of you.”

Alfonso Cuarón on winning Best Picture: “This is really amazing.”  “This bunch of Mexicans are not as bad as sometimes they are portrayed.”

Some of the winners weren’t announced on stage but during the commercial break.  I’m doing the best to keep up with those because they’re blink-and-you-miss it.

A highlight from the Blue Carpet: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom on the series coming to an end: “I don’t like it when TV shows last longer than they should.”

The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards will broadcast live on The CW Network on Sunday, January 13, 2019 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm ET (delayed PT).

Danielle Solzman

Danielle Solzman is native of Louisville, KY, and holds a BA in Public Relations from Northern Kentucky University and a MA in Media Communications from Webster University. She roots for her beloved Kentucky Wildcats, St. Louis Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, and Boston Celtics. Living less than a mile away from Wrigley Field in Chicago, she is an active reader (sports/entertainment/history/biographies/select fiction) and involved with the Chicago improv scene. She also sees many movies and reviews them. She has previously written for Redbird Rants, Wildcat Blue Nation, and Hidden Remote/Flicksided. From April 2016 through May 2017, her film reviews can be found on Creators.