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La La Land leads Critics' Choice nominations

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La La Land leads Critics' Choice nominations

'La La Land' leads the nominations for the Critics' Choice Awards with 12.

Damien Chazelle's spectacular new musical is up for prizes include the coveted Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress for Emma Stone, Best Actor for Ryan Gosling - who also scored a nod for Best Actor in a Comedy for his turn in 'The Nice Guys' - as well as two separate nominations in the Best Song category.

Following close behind are 'Moonlight' and 'Arrival', which are both up for 10 awards, including Best Picture.

Joining the three films in the Best Picture category are 'Fences', 'Hacksaw Ridge', 'Hell or High Water', 'Lion', 'Loving', 'Manchester by the Sea' and 'Sully'.

Over the last 10 years, eight of the Best Picture winners have gone on to take the same accolade at the Academy Awards.

'Manchester by the Sea' scored heavily in the acting categories, with nods for Best Acting Ensemble, as well as individual recognition for Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams, while their 20-year-old co-star Lucas Hedges, is up for both Best Supporting Actor and Best Young Actor/Actress.

As was announced earlier this month, over in the TV categories, FX miniseries 'The People v O.J. Simpson' led the nominations with six nods, including Best TV Movie or Limited Series and recognition for its stars Sarah Paulson, Courtney B. Vance and Cuba Gooding Jr., while 'Game of Thrones' and 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' both received five nods.

Overall, HBO was the most nominated network with 22, followed by both ABC and Netflix on 14 and FX with 12.

This year's awards take place on December 11.

The Critics Choice Awards 2016 list of movie nominations:

Best Picture:

'Arrival'

''Fences''

'Hacksaw Ridge'

'Hell or High Water'

'La La Land'

'Lion'

'Loving'

'Manchester by the Sea'

'Moonlight'

'Sully'

Best Actor:

Casey Affleck - 'Manchester by the Sea'

Joel Edgerton - 'Loving'

Andrew Garfield - 'Hacksaw Ridge'

Ryan Gosling - 'La La Land'

Tom Hanks - 'Sully'

Denzel Washington - 'Fences'

Best Actress:

Amy Adams - 'Arrival'

Annette Bening - '20th Century Women'

Isabelle Huppert - 'Elle'

Ruth Negga - 'Loving'

Natalie Portman - 'Jackie'

Emma Stone - 'La La Land'

Best Supporting Actor:

Mahershala Ali - 'Moonlight'

Jeff Bridges - 'Hell or High Water'

Ben Foster - 'Hell or High Water'

Lucas Hedges - 'Manchester by the Sea'

Dev Patel - 'Lion'

Michael Shannon - 'Nocturnal Animals'

Best Supporting Actress:

Viola Davis - 'Fences'

Greta Gerwig - '20th Century Women'

Naomie Harris - 'Moonlight'

Nicole Kidman - 'Lion'

Janelle Monáe - Hidden Figures

Michelle Williams - 'Manchester by the Sea'

Best Young Actor/Actress

Lucas Hedges - 'Manchester by the Sea'

Alex R. Hibbert - 'Moonlight'

Lewis MacDougall - 'A Monster Calls'

Madina Nalwanga - 'Queen of Katwe'

Sunny Pawar -- 'Lion'

Hailee Steinfeld - 'The Edge of Seventeen'

Best Acting Ensemble:

'20th Century Women'

'Fences'

'Hell or High Water'

Hidden Figures

'Manchester by the Sea'

'Moonlight'

Best Director:

Damien Chazelle - 'La La Land'

Mel Gibson - 'Hacksaw Ridge'

Barry Jenkins - 'Moonlight'

Kenneth Lonergan - 'Manchester by the Sea'

David Mackenzie - 'Hell or High Water'

Denis Villeneuve - 'Arrival'

Denzel Washington - 'Fences'

Best Original Screenplay:

Damien Chazelle - 'La La Land'

Barry Jenkins -- 'Moonlight'

Yorgos Lanthimos/Efthimis Filippou - 'The Lobster'

Kenneth Lonergan - 'Manchester by the Sea'

Jeff Nichols - 'Loving'

Taylor Sheridan - 'Hell or High Water'

Best Adapted Screenplay:

Luke Davies - 'Lion'

Tom Ford - 'Nocturnal Animals'

Eric Heisserer - 'Arrival'

Todd Komarnicki - 'Sully'

Allison Schroeder/Theodore Melfi - 'Hidden Figures'

August Wilson - 'Fences'

Best Cinematography:

Stéphane Fontaine - 'Jackie'

James Laxton - 'Moonlight'

Seamus McGarvey - 'Nocturnal Animals'

Linus Sandgren - 'La La Land'

Bradford Young - 'Arrival'

Best Production Design:

'Arrival' - Patrice Vermette, Paul Hotte/André Valade

'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' - Stuart Craig/James Hambridge, Anna Pinnock

'Jackie' - Jean Rabasse, Véronique Melery

'La La Land' - David Wasco, Sandy Reynolds-Wasco

'Live by Night - Jess Gonchor, Nancy Haigh

Best Editing:

Tom Cross - 'La La Land'

John Gilbert - 'Hacksaw Ridge'

Blu Murray - 'Sully'

Nat Sanders/Joi McMillon -- 'Moonlight'

Joe Walker - 'Arrival'

Best Costume Design:

Colleen Atwood - 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

Consolata Boyle - 'Florence Foster Jenkins'

Madeline Fontaine - 'Jackie'

Joanna Johnston - 'Allied'

Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh - 'Love & Friendship'

Mary Zophres - 'La La Land'

Best Hair and Make-Up:

'Doctor Strange'

'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

'Hacksaw Ridge'

'Jackie'

'Star Trek Beyond'

Best Visual Effects:

'A Monster Calls'

'Arrival'

'Doctor Strange'

'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

'The Jungle Book'

Best Animated Feature:

'Finding Dory'

'Kubo and the Two Strings'

'Moana'

'The Red Turtle'

'Trolls'

'Zootopia'

Best Action Movie:

'Captain America: Civil War'

'Deadpool'

'Doctor Strange'

'Hacksaw Ridge'

'Jason Bourne'

Best Actor in an Action Movie:

Benedict Cumberbatch - 'Doctor Strange'

Matt Damon - 'Jason Bourne'

Chris Evans - 'Captain America: Civil War'

Andrew Garfield - 'Hacksaw Ridge'

Ryan Reynolds - 'Deadpool'

BEST ACTRESS IN AN ACTION MOVIE

Gal Gadot - 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'

Scarlett Johansson - 'Captain America: Civil War'

Margot Robbie - 'Suicide Squad'

Tilda Swinton - 'Doctor Strange'

Best Comedy:

'Central Intelligence'

'Deadpool'

'Don't Think Twice'

'The Edge of Seventeen'

'Hail, Caesar!'

'The Nice Guys'

Best Actor in a Comedy:

Ryan Gosling - 'The Nice Guys'

Hugh Grant - 'Florence Foster Jenkins'

Dwayne Johnson - 'Central Intelligence'

Viggo Mortensen - 'Captain Fantastic'

Ryan Reynolds - 'Deadpool'

Best Actress in a Comedy:

Kate Beckinsale - 'Love & Friendship'

Sally Field - 'Hello, My Name Is Doris'

Kate McKinnon - 'Ghostbusters'

Hailee Steinfeld - 'The Edge of Seventeen'

Meryl Streep - 'Florence Foster Jenkins'

Best Sci Fi/Horror Movie:

'10 Cloverfield Lane'

'Arrival'

'Doctor Strange'

'Don't Breathe'

'Star Trek Beyond'

'The Witch'

Best Foreign Language Film:

'Elle'

'The Handmaiden'

'Julieta'

'Neruda'

'The Salesman'

'Toni Erdmann'

Best Song:

'Audition (The Fools Who Dream)' - 'La La Land'

'Can't Stop the Feeling' - 'Trolls'

'City of Stars' - 'La La Land'

'Drive It Like You Stole It' - 'Sing Street'

'How Far I'll Go' -- 'Moana'

'The Rules Don't Apply' - 'Rules Don't Apply'

Best Score:

Nicholas Britell - 'Moonlight'

Jóhann Jóhannsson - 'Arrival'

Justin Hurwitz - 'La La Land'

Micachu - 'Jackie'

Dustin O'Halloran, Hauschka - 'Lion'