Los Angeles (AP) – Hollywood pays tribute to action, superheroes, horror and science fiction: ten days before the Oscars, movies like “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and the Bond strip ” No Time to Die” have won several awards
The renowned critics association Critics Choice Association (CCA) has announced the winners of the second edition of the “Critics Choice Super Awards”.
The comic book adaptation “Spider-Man: No Way Home” won three trophies in the “Best Superhero Movie” categories, for actor Andrew Garfield and Willem Dafoe for “Best Villain.” “No Time To Die” won for “Best Action Movie” and “Best Action Actor” (Daniel Craig).
Other trophies went to “Dune” (Best Science Fiction Movie) and “A Quiet Place 2” (Best Horror Movie). Jodie Comer won for Best Action Actress (The Last Duel), Florence Pugh for her superhero role in Black Widow and Rebecca Ferguson for her sci-fi role in Dune. In the television category, three prizes each went to the series “Squid Game” and “WandaVision”.
With more than 500 members, the CCA is the largest association of film and television critics in the United States and Canada. In mid-March, the organization presented its “Critics Choice Awards” for the 27th time. With four awards, the Western drama “The Power of the Dog” was the big winner. This movie is also one of the favorites in the Oscar race on March 27.