Elisabeth Moss and Bryan Cranston were among the stars we interviewed at last night's Critics' Choice Television Awards. With winners like Game of Thrones and Mad Men taking home top awards, it was a night to remember. Take a look at all the red carpet highlights, and hear what Elisabeth Moss had to say about the goings-on at Sterling Cooper & Partners.
With TV dramas getting lauded as some of the best entertainment vehicles currently out there, it's no surprise that television-star fashion is approaching Oscar-worthy levels. At last night's Critics' Choice Television Awards, small-screen stars dazzled us in high dosages of glamour, including Malin Akerman in a short, spangled black dress and Emmy Rossum in a one-strap, fire-truck-red beaded gown. The always impeccable Diane Kruger picked a ruched style with an extreme sweetheart neckline done up in lace, while Cat Deeley worked a floor-sweeping gold style with allover creeping sparkles and thicker sequined patches at the sides, hips, and shoulders. Which catches your eye the most?
Helen Hunt hit the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet after receiving some good news earlier today: she's been nominated for an Oscar for The Sessions! She told us that the pressure is on her now to represent the movie after co-star John Hawkes was surprisingly snubbed for his performance. Hear as she talks about how his omission was "not the best part" of her morning, and why she feels his role was way more challenging than her onscreen nudity.
Amy Adams picked a blue and white Vionnet dress with a high slit for the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet in LA on Thursday evening. Amy smiled big and waved for the cameras, and when she ran into friend Emily Blunt on the arrivals line, the two posed together for pictures. It was an exciting day for Amy — she scored a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for her work in The Master. What do you think of Amy's look? Weigh in with all our Critics' Choice Awards fashion and beauty live polls now!
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For the first time ever, the Critics' Choice Awards are putting the power in the hands of the fans. Movie-lovers can vote here on their favorite film franchise, and the winner will be announced live at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 10 on The CW. Will it be Twilight or Harry Potter that takes home the top honors, or will there be an unexpected surge from fans of Toy Story or Indiana Jones? Let your voice be heard! Vote now and tune in on Jan. 10 on The CW to watch the Critics' Choice Movie Awards!
We're knee-deep into our award season coverage, and next up, we have the Critics' Choice Awards happening tonight at 8 p.m. EST on VH1. Consider last night's People's Choice Awards as the appetizer and this evening's extravaganza as the main course in red-carpet style. Looks from years past have shown celebs in an array of fanciful gowns, dresses, and accessories. What's to come this evening? Check back on Fab in a few hours and get ready to vote on all of the looks!
Now that awards season is fully revving up, all sorts of nominations are coming out, e.g. the Independent Spirit Awards announcement two weeks ago or tomorrow's Golden Globes list. (Check in early for that, as I'll be posting all of the nods). Just this morning, the Critics' Choice nominees were released, with Inglourious Basterds and Nine earning a record-breaking ten nods each.
I know that not everyone follows the Critics' Choice Awards or perhaps the American Film Institute's honors (which were also just announced), but I enjoy checking out their lists as a sort of sneak peek for the bigger name honors later in the season. While Inglourious Basterds hasn't been leading the pack for Academy Awards buzz, this news makes me curious to see if Brad Pitt and his rebels pop up again as the awards nods keep rolling in.
How do you feel about smaller awards programs? Do you check them out, or do you only really care about their more well-known, star-studded counterparts?
If you are interested in the Critics' Choice Awards, be sure to catch the official show when it airs on VH1 on January 15. But first, take a look at the full list of nominees when you read more
No Country also picked up awards for directors Joel and Ethan Coen and star Javier Bardem, who won the Best Supporting Actor category. Juno, meanwhile, got a second award for its screenwriter, Diablo Cody.
Daniel Day-Lewis, Julie Christie, and Amy Ryan were among the other big winners in the acting categories. To see the full list of winners, just read more
While the women went for the gold, the men hit the red carpet in a very traditional black look at the Critics' Choice Awards. Could this be what we should be expecting tonight at the Golden Globes? The photos below are a small representation of the many men that walked the red carpet ranging from Clint Eastwood to John Heder. Ben has some kind of smirk on his face while Leo is looking very well rested and tan. We showed you Ryan (with Rachel) before but since he has a special place in our heart he gets the double post. Finally, checkout Sacha Baron Cohen - he looks so normal compared to his Borat character. Which do you prefer?
More on the show later, but in the meantime check out the men dressed in their finest including Cedric the Entertainer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Emilio Estevez, Forest Whitaker, Greg Kinnear, Martin Sheen and many more so read more