Netflix’s Da 5 Bloods ‘Chadwick Boseman’s’ Monologue Bags Two Prizes At First-Ever Critics Choice Awards: Find The Full List Of Winners

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Chadwick Boseman Movie Wins Big at First Ever Superhero Awards Show

Film and TV projects in genres which is often unconsidered got due at the Critics Choice Super Awards Check out the complete winner’s list.

The first edition of Critics Choice Super Awards was held on Sunday, Jan 10. The ceremony was held virtually honoring TV and film work in fan-obsessed genres, such as sci-fi/fantasy, horror, and action categories with featuring hosts Kevin Smith and writer-actress Dani Fernandez.

Netflix’s Da 5 Bloods, a movie that gives a remembrance of Chadwick Boseman in a special way. A Spike Lee-directed 2020 war film that is seen as a probable Oscars contender, bagged home two prizes. Best Actor award for Delroy Lindo and Best Action Movie. Lee’s film focus on four American Vietnam War vets who, decades after the war has ended, go back to Vietnam to recover the remains of their fallen friend Stormin Norman that has been played by Chadwick Boseman.

Amazon Prime Video’s subversive superhero show The Boys bagged home the most trophies, Hulu’s Palm Springs and Disney’s Soul were the joint runner-ups with three trophies. 

Here are the other winners:

Best action Movie

Da 5 Bloods

Best Animated Movie


Best Superhero  Movie

The Old Guard 

Best Actor in Action Movie

Delroy Lindo, Da 5 Bloods
Delroy Lindo, Da 5 Bloods

Delroy Lindo, Da 5 Bloods

Best Actress in Action Movie

Betty Gilpin in The Hunt
Betty Gilpin in The Hunt

Betty Gilpin in The Hunt 

Best actor in Horror Movie

Vince Vaughn, Freaky

Best Actress In a Horror Movie Freaky

Elisabeth Moss, The Invisible Man

Best Actor in a Science Fiction/ Fantasy Movie

Andy Samberg, Palm Springs

Best Actress in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Movie

Cristin Milioti, Palm Springs

The critics Choice Association also presented the Legacy Award to the “Star Trek” Franchise. The show was produced by Bob Bain Productions.