'Call me by your Name' (Best Adapted Screenplay) and 'Get Out' (Best Original Screenplay) are some of the early winners at the star studded event. Both the movies went on to claim the screenplay honours, while Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' beat Guillermo Del Toro's 'The Shape of Water' to win the Best Sci-fi/horror film.
Meanwhile, actor James Franco won the Best Actor in a Comedy for his role in 'The Disaster Artist', but skipped the Critics' Choice Awards ceremony because of the sexual misconduct allegations on the actor.
For television, Walton Goggins and Mayim Bialik won the supporting actor and actress prizes for 'Vice Principals' and 'The Big Bang Theory,' respectively. HBO's 'The Wizard of Lies' won best movie made for TV. David Harbour won best supporting actor in a drama series for 'Stranger Things'.
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