Los Angeles - Mad Max: Fury Road leads the 2016 Critics' Choice Awards nominations.
The movie - starring Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy and Nicholas Hoult - has received 13 nods for the awards which will be held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica California on 17 January.
The reboot has received a Best Picture nomination with other nods including Best Director for George Miller, Best Actress and Best Actress In An Action Movie for Charlize and Best Actor In An Action movie for Tom.
It has also received nominations for Cinematography, Production Design, Editing, Costume Design, Hair And Makeup, Visual Effects, Action Movie and Sci-Fi/Horror Movie.
Carol, The Martian and The Revenant have each been nominated for nine awards at the ceremony which will be the first year that the Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association have merged their awards.
Spotlight is up for eight awards, The Big Short got seven and The Hateful Eigh' has received six nominations.
Meanwhile, Fargo has received eight nominations in the TV categories.
The Leftovers and Transparent have six each, The Wiz Live! received five nominations, and Black-ish, Mr. Robot and Penny Dreadful each got four.Here are the Critics’ Choice Awards nominees:Best Picture'The Big Short''Bridge of Spies''Brooklyn''Carol''Mad Max: Fury Road''The Martian''The Revenant''Room''Sicario''Spotlight'Best ActorBryan Cranston - 'Trumbo'Matt Damon - 'The Martian'Johnny Depp - 'Black Mass'Leonardo DiCaprio - 'The Revenant'Michael Fassbender - 'Steve Jobs'Eddie Redmayne - 'The Danish Girl'Best ActressCate Blanchett - 'Carol'Brie Larson - 'Room'Jennifer Lawrence - 'Joy'Charlotte Rampling - '45 Years'Saoirse Ronan - 'Brooklyn'Charlize Theron - 'Mad Max: Fury Road'Best Supporting ActorPaul Dano - 'Love & Mercy'Tom Hardy - 'The Revenant'Mark Ruffalo - 'Spotlight'Mark Rylance - 'Bridge of Spies'Michael Shannon - '99 Homes'Sylvester Stallone - 'Creed'Best Supporting ActressJennifer Jason Leigh - 'The Hateful Eight'Rooney Mara - 'Carol'Rachel McAdams - 'Spotlight'Helen Mirren - 'Trumbo'Alicia Vikander - 'The Danish Girl'Kate Winslet - 'Steve Jobs'Best Young Actor/ActressAbraham Attah - 'Beasts of No Nation'RJ Cyler - 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'Shameik Moore - 'Dope'Milo Parker - 'Mr. Holmes'Jacob Tremblay - 'Room'Best Acting Ensemble'The Big Short''The Hateful Eight''Spotlight''Straight Outta Compton''Trumbo'Best DirectorTodd Haynes - 'Carol'Alejandro González Iñárritu - 'The Revenant'Tom McCarthy - 'Spotlight'George Miller - 'Mad Max: Fury Road'Ridley Scott - 'The Martian'Steven Spielberg - 'Bridge of Spies'Best Original ScreenplayMatt Charman and Ethan Coen & Joel Coen - 'Bridge of Spies'Alex Garland - 'Ex Machina'Quentin Tarantino - 'The Hateful Eight'Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve, Josh Cooley - 'Inside Out'Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy - 'Spotlight'Best Adapted ScreenplayCharles Randolph and Adam McKay - 'The Big Short'Nick Hornby - 'Brooklyn'Drew Goddard - 'The Martian'Emma Donoghue - 'Room'Aaron Sorkin - 'Steve Jobs'Best Editing'The Big Short' - Hank Corwin'Mad Max: Fury Road' - Margaret Sixel'The Martian' - Pietro Scalia'The Revenant' - Stephen Mirrione'Spotlight' - Tom McArdleBest Animated Feature'Anomalisa''The Good Dinosaur''Inside Out''The Peanuts Movie''Shaun the Sheep Movie'Best Action Movie'Furious 7''Jurassic World''Mad Max: Fury Road''Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation''Sicario'Best Actor in an Action MovieDaniel Craig - 'Spectre'Tom Cruise - 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation'Tom Hardy - 'Mad Max: Fury Road'Chris Pratt - 'Jurassic World'Paul Rudd - 'Ant-Man'Best Actress in an Action MovieEmily Blunt - 'Sicario'Rebecca Ferguson - 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation'Bryce Dallas Howard - 'Jurassic World'Jennifer Lawrence - 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2'Charlize Theron - 'Mad Max: Fury Road'Best Comedy'The Big Short''Inside Out''Joy''Sisters''Spy''Trainwreck'Best Actor in a ComedyChristian Bale - 'The Big Short'Steve Carell - 'The Big Short'Robert De Niro - 'The Intern'Bill Hader - 'Trainwreck'Jason Statham - 'Spy'Best Actress in a ComedyTina Fey - 'Sisters'Jennifer Lawrence - 'Joy'Melissa McCarthy - 'Spy'Amy Schumer - 'Trainwreck'Lily Tomlin - 'Grandma'
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