“Gone Girl,” Benedict Cumberbatch and “Dragons 2” picked up awards at the 18th Hollywood Film Awards, which kicks off awards season in the United States.
After that of blockbuster movies, it’s time for awards season, kicked off this weekend by the 18th Hollywood Film Awards. Not the most famous of the ceremonies, of course, but these awards given by the producers of the ceremony make it possible to identify the first trends for the Oscars, which will be given on February 22, 2015.
And in this little game, Gone Girl and Benedict Cumberbatch are already among the favorites: David Fincher’s feature film has indeed won the trophies for best film and best screenplay, while the Briton was crowned best actor for his portrayal of his Imitation Game, which also saw Keira Knightley and director Morten Tyldum win awards.
In the rest of the awards, to find out in the slideshow at the top of this article, Dragons 2 was voted best animated film, Guardians of the Galaxy best Blockbuster and Supermensch by Mike Myers best documentary, while the cast of Foxcatcher was awarded in the same way as Julianne Moore, the best actress for Still Alice. Continuation of the competition in the following weeks.
The Imitation Game trailer, in theaters January 28: