'No Way Home', 'Squid Game' win big at Critics Choice Super Awards
Tom Holland’s ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ was the big winner of the second edition of ‘Critics Choice Super Awards’
Tom Holland's 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' was the big winner of the second edition of 'Critics Choice Super Awards', which honours the most popular genres and their talent across screens both big and small.
'No Way Home' took home three awards, including Best Superhero Movie, Best Actor in a Superhero Movie (Andrew Garfield), and Best Villain in a Movie (Willem Dafoe).
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Daniel Craig and his last Bond film, 'No Time to Die', nabbed two wins in the action movie categories, while 'Dune' took home two wins in the sci-fi/fantasy film categories.
In the television category, 'Squid Game', 'WandaVision' bagged numerous wins. 'Squid Game' won three awards including wins for actors Lee Jung-jae and HoYeon Jung in the best action series category. 'Wandavision' won the best superhero series, and Elizabeth Olsen and Kathryn Hahn both received awards for best lead and best villain. (Agencies)
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