“Top Gun: Maverick,” 2022′s largest container-office hit, has been named the fine movie of the 12 months by the National Board of Review.
Though the National Board of Review, an extended-strolling enterprise made out of movie enthusiasts and academics, has no overlap or correlation to other awards bodies, the win provides to the awards-season tailwinds for “Top Gun: Maverick” as no longer only a $1.5 billion worldwide spoil but a valid Academy Awards contender. On Thursday, the Producers Guild Awards also announced that “Top Gun” star Tom Cruise will acquire its David O. Selznick Achievement Award.
The National Board of Review, which introduced its alternatives Thursday, additionally presented best cinematography to Claudio Miranda for the “Top Gun” sequel.
Steven Spielberg became provided high-quality director for his autobiographical circle of relatives portrait, “The Fabelmans.” Gabriel LaBelle, who plays a fictionalized stand-in for young Spielberg, additionally won for step forward overall performance.“The Banshees of Inisherin” came away with the maximum wins from the board. Both of its stars, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, took appearing honors for his or her performances as Irish pals who have an abrupt falling out. Writer-director Martin McDonagh received first-class unique screenplay.Michelle Yeoh took pleasant actress for her lauded performance in Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Best supporting actress went to Janelle Monáe for Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.”
Danielle Deadwyler, who plays Mamie Till-Mobley in Chinonye Chukwu’s historical drama “Till,” additionally won for breakthrough performance. The Scottish filmmaker Charlotte Wells, whose first characteristic “Aftersun” has been one of the year’s most significantly acclaimed films, received first-class directorial debut.
Sarah Polley’s “Women Talking” took the exceptional ensemble award. The cast of the film, approximately a speak among a group of Mennonite women who’ve been sexually assaulted through the men in their village, consists of Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw.
Other awards blanketed “Marcel the Shell With Shoes On” for satisfactory animated characteristic; Lukas Dhont’s gentle coming-of-age story “Close” for fine international characteristic; and “Sr.,” Robert Downey Jr.’s tribute to his filmmaking father, for fine documentary.