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Welcome To KroniK
Directed by Baz Luhrmann
Produced by

Baz Luhrmann
Catherine Martin
Douglas Wick
Lucy Fisher
Catherine Knapman

David Bowie
Screenplay by

Baz Luhrmann

David Bowie
Based on Welcome To KroniK by Donny Freehill, David Bowie, And Alan Menken
Starring

Hugh Jackman
Anne Hathaway
Kevin McKidd
Taylor Swift
John Irwin
Justin Timberlake
Idina Menzel
Rachel Crow
Taron Egerton
James Freehill

David Bowie
Narrated by David Bowie
Music by

Alan Menken (Main Score)

Donny Freehill, David Bowie, And Alan Menken (Songs)
Cinematography Claudio Miranda
Edited by

Jill Bibcock

Jason Ballantine
Production
companies
Walt Disney Pictures
Bazmark Productions
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release dates

December 9 2016 (Limited)

December 25 2016 (Wide)
Running time
130 Minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $130 Million
Box office $350 Million
Welcome To KroniK is a 2016 epic musical fantasy drama film based on the broadway musical of the same name by Donny Freehill, David Bowie, and Alan Menken. It is directed by Baz Luhrmann and stars Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Kevin McKidd, Taylor Swift, John Irwin, Idina Menzel, and Justin Timberlake. It was released by Walt Disney Pictures on December 25th 2016 in 2D, HFR 3D, and IMAX 3D formats to massive critical acclaim and awards buzz, and won best picture at the 89th Academy Awards, making it Walt Disney Pictures's second best picture win at the Oscars, the first being 1998's John Blackout. It was preceded in theaters by a Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil short that has Star and Marco telling everyone to silence your cell phones.

CAST

  • Hugh Jackman as Dr. Peter "KroniK" Dallas, a famous doctor / psychiatrist, Kim's love interest, and one of the founders of KroniK who formerly worked as the chief officer before Will took over.
  • Anne Hathaway as Kim Austen, an author whos had many experiences with the magical.
  • Kevin McKidd as Will Meyers, the chief officer of KroniK, strict brother of Amy, and the main antagonist.
  • Taylor Swift as Amy Meyers, a newcomer KroniK performer and sister of Will who wants to live a life of her own rather than follow her brother's orders.
  • John Irwin as Gill Qualrich, the most famous performer in KroniK history, a skilled swordsman, and Amy's love interest.
  • Justin Timberlake as The Wanderer, A mysterious traveling performer who has an interest with Kim.
  • Idina Menzel as KroniK President Erica Walker, the president of KroniK and a KroniK legend.
  • Rachel Crow as Nicole Kingsley, a newcomer KroniK performer and Amy's childhood friend who also wants to live a life of her own.
  • James Freehill (son of Donny Freehill) as Donny Freehill, a famous musician who visits KroniK along with childhood friend David Bowie to overview its territory.
  • Taron Egerton as David Bowie, a famous musician who visits KroniK along with childhood friend Donny Freehill to overview its territory.
  • David Bowie as Dr. Gordon Hills, A KroniK doctor and psychiatrist who is also the narrator of the film. This was Bowie's final film role before his death.
  • Tori Kelly as Jill Rockette, a veteran KroniK performer and Nicole's friend who takes an interest in Freehill and Bowie's prescence in the town.
  • David Wenham as Timothy Derrick, a KroniK officer and Will's friend.
  • Jonathan Groff as Will Blossom, a veteran KroniK performer and one of Gil's friends.
  • Josh Gad as Lyle King, Gil's publicist and best friend.
  • Noel Wells as Jamie Butterfly, a veteran KroniK performer, Will's girlfriend, and one of Gil's friends.
  • Brandon Walters as Bingy, a veteran KroniK performer, Boingy's brother, and one of Gil's friends.
  • Atticus Shaffer as Boingy, a veteran KroniK performer, Bingy's brother, and one of Gil's friends. Verne Troyer performed the stunts for the character.
  • Estelle as Graheena Jrong, a veteran KroniK performer with magical abilities and Vince's mother.
  • Shameik Moore as Vince Jrong, a veteran KroniK performer / rapper, Graheena's son, and one of Gil's friends.
  • Bruno Mars as Terrence Dobson, a veteran KroniK performer, Henry's son, and one of Gil's friends.
  • Justice Smith as Darren Neill, a newcomer KroniK performer / rapper and childhood friend of Vince.
  • Sabrina Carpenter as Lauren Austen, Kim's sister who takes an immediate liking on KroniK.
  • Ralph Macchio as Henry Meyers, Will and Amy's father who goes into hiding after his wife's death.
  • David Gulpilil as The Wise Cracker, KroniK's wise-telling predicter.
  • Robert Guillaume as The Fortuneteller, KroniK's wise-telling fortuneteller and friend of The Wise Cracker.
  • Matthew Morrison as James Qualrich, Gil's brother and veteran KroniK performer.
  • Amber Riley as Erica Sweetcakes, a veteran KroniK performer and Nicole's friend.
  • Nikki Blonsky as Jennifer Mills, a veteran KroniK performer and Nicole's friend.
  • Tom Hulce as Dr. Lewis Westworth, Dr. KroniK's assistant and one of the founders of KroniK.

Cameos:

  • Leonardo DiCaprio as Norman Cross, The head of the KroniK Police Department.
  • Ewan McGregor as Michael Lace, The KroniK Church Priest.
  • Matthew McConaughey as Russell Qualrich, A KroniK Legend and the late father of Gil and James.
  • Jodi Benson as Marion Qualrich, A KroniK Legend and the late mother of Gil and James.
  • Scarlett Johansson as Elizabeth Meyers, A KroniK Legend and the late mother of Will and Amy.
  • Giancarlo Esposito as Henry Dobson, A KroniK legend.
  • Damon Albarn as Rocky Hoskins, A KroniK legend.
  • Chris Martin as Adam Hoskins, A KroniK legend.
  • Chord Overstreet as Peter ReCurg, A KroniK legend.
  • Kevin McHale as Timothy D. Hallese, A KroniK legend.
  • Lea Michele as Ashley Blossom, A KroniK legend.
  • Baz Luhrmann as KroniK Hotel Manager
  • Steven Spielberg as KroniK Intercom
  • Adam Levine as KroniK Officer
  • Jason Alexander as The Journalist, A KroniK news journalist.
  • Barry Otto as The Guitar Player, A homeless KroniK guitar player.
  • Naya Rivera as The Cryptkeeper, A mysterious dungeon dweller who's in charge of keeping "the leftovers".
  • Jenna Ushkowitz as Jill, The Owner of the KroniK Diner.
  • Jim Cummings as The Prophecist, A crazy prophecist who can predict future events.
  • Cree Summer as The Witch Queen, A leftover who is friends with The Cryptkeeper.
  • Nathan Lane as Neptune Wallace, The leader of the leftovers.
  • Doug Walker as Male Witch #1
  • Rob Paulsen as Male Witch #2
  • Parry Gripp as KroniK Guitar Player
  • Natalie Gregory as KroniK Resident
  • Keith Mitchell as KroniK Resident
  • Tony Goldmark as KroniK Resident
  • Robby Benson as KroniK Officer
  • Ann & Nancy Wilson (Heart) as KroniK Performers
  • April Winchell as KroniK Performer
  • Joan Jett as KroniK Performer
  • Greg Cipes as KroniK Performer
  • Shaun Fleming as KroniK Performer
  • Weird Al Yankovic as KroniK Performer
  • Axl Rose & Slash as KroniK Performers
  • Jaden Smith as KroniK Officer
  • Jess Harnell as KroniK Officer
  • Jonathan Taylor Thomas as KroniK Officer
  • Adam McArthur as KroniK Doctor
  • Alan Menken as KroniK Church Pianist
  • Don Hahn as KroniK Officer Informing Will That The Chief Needs To See Him ASAP
  • Matthew Santoro as Crying KroniK Resident After Hearing Of Gil's Death
  • Tom Cassell as Crying KroniK Resident After Hearing Of Gil's Death
  • Susanne Pollatschek as Mourning KroniK Resident After Hearing Of Gil's Death
  • Max Cullen as Mourning KroniK Resident After Hearing Of Gil's Death
  • Ed Sheeran as Pallbearer
  • Harry Styles as Pallbearer
  • Mark "Markiplier" Fischbach as Pallbearer
  • Steven "Boogie2988" Williams as Pallbearer
  • Mitch "ROBGuy-88" Young as Pallbearer
  • Darren Criss as Pallbearer
  • Chris Colfer as Pallbearer
  • Joe "Angry Joe" Vargas as Angry KroniK Resident After Will Announces He Killed Gil
  • Paul Rudd as Angry KroniK Resident After Will Announces He Killed Gil
  • Bret Iwan as Angry KroniK Resident After Will Announces He Killed Gil
  • Tress MacNeille as Angry KroniK Resident After Will Announces He Killed Gil
  • Tony Anselmo as Angry KroniK Resident After Will Announces He Killed Gil

Walt Disney World's Winnie The Pooh and Tigger Mascot Characters also makes cameo appearances as crowd members cheering on Gil after he performs Gil's Melody.

PRODUCTION

Filming began and took place entirely at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in November 2015, with additional filming taking place at Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Disney Cruise Line, and Fox Studios Australia, and ended in early April 2016.

The abandoned Disney World attractions the Wonders Of Life Pavillion, Food Rocks, River Country, and ImageWorks were used as sets for the movie. According to Luhrmann, he, the cast and the crew were given permission by WDW to film at these abandoned locations (Discovery Island was the only abandoned location they didn't film at, but it can be seen in the film during the boat scene)

During post-production work, Pixar Animation Studios helped worked on the visual effects for the movie.

MARKETING

A short teaser was shown before Star Wars: The Force Awakens on December 18th, with a new teaser debuting before Captain America: Civil War on May 6th and Alice Through The Looking Glass on May 27th. A newer teaser was attached to Titanfall on August 12th. A full trailer was attached to Doctor Strange on November 4th and another full trailer was attached to Moana on November 23rd.

MUSICAL NUMBERS

ACT I:

  1. Prolouge (James Freehill, spoken)
  2. ​Embrace The Loss (Scarlett Johansson, David Bowie, Ralph Macchio, & Kevin McKidd)
  3. ​You And Me (Kevin McKidd)
  4. ​They Called It KroniK (David Bowie)
  5. Better Off Active (Hugh Jackman)
  6. ​To KroniK We Go (Hugh Jackman, Tom Hulce, Anne Hathaway, James Freehill, Taron Egerton, & Sabrina Carpenter)
  7. ​Welcome To KroniK / KroniK Medley (Idina Menzel, Hugh Jackman, John Irwin, Anne Hathaway, Estelle, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Brandon Walters, Atticus Shaffer, James Freehill, Taron Egerton, Sabrina Carpenter, Noel Wells, Shameik Moore, Bruno Mars, Tori Kelly, Ann & Nancy Wilson, April Winchell, Joan Jett, Weird Al Yankovic, Greg Cipes, Shaun Fleming, & Jenna Ushkowitz)
  8. The Raging Storm (Kevin McKidd, Adam Levine, Jess Harnell, Jaden Smith, & Various)
  9. ​Ballad (Taylor Swift)
  10. ​I'm Just A Wanderer (Justin Timberlake)
  11. ​Such Honor (Taylor Swift, Amber Riley, Nikki Blonsky, Tori Kelly, & Rachel Crow)
  12. ​My Tale (Justin Timberlake)
  13. ​Sideflip (Justin Timberlake, John Irwin, Taylor Swift, Rachel Crow, Jonathan Groff, Atticus Shaffer, Brandon Walters, Shameik Moore, Bruno Mars, Anne Hathaway, Sabrina Carpenter, Tori Kelly, James Freehill, and Taron Egerton)
  14. Gil's Melody (John Irwin, Atticus Shaffer, Brandon Walters, Jonathan Groff, Shameik Moore, Bruno Mars, Justice Smith, Noel Wells, and Matthew McConaughey (spoken only))
  15. ​Step Aside (Taylor Swift, Sabrina Carpenter, Tori Kelly, Justin Timberlake, Kevin McKidd, & John Irwin (spoken only))
  16. ​Remember (Taylor Swift)
  17. The Road Of Love / ​I Continue My Journey (Bruno Mars, Estelle, Justin Timberlake, & Anne Hathaway)

ACT II:


  1. Payback (Kevin McKidd)
  2. ​Come With Me (Hugh Jackman & Anne Hathaway)
  3. ​Become Again (Shameik Moore, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Estelle, & John Irwin)
  4. ​The Leftovers (Matthew Morrison, John Irwin, Nathan Lane, Naya Rivera, Cree Summer, Doug Walker, & Rob Paulsen)
  5. ​You're The One I Want (John Irwin & Taylor Swift)
  6. ​I Know (Kevin McKidd & Taylor Swift)
  7. ​Don't Walk Away (Rachel Crow)
  8. ​Give Us Jobs / Believe (James Freehill, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly, & Idina Menzel)
  9. ​Justice / Freedom (Kevin McKidd & John Irwin)
  10. ​He's Gone (Kevin McKidd)
  11. Requiem (The KroniK Chorus)
  12. Amy's Lullaby (Taylor Swift) (Original song not included in the original play written and produced by Alan Menken, David Bowie, and Taylor Swift)
  13. ​Think About It / Forgiveness (Kevin McKidd & Leonardo DiCaprio (spoken only))
  14. What Other Choice Do We Have (Anne Hathaway)
  15. ​Prevail (Idina Menzel, Hugh Jackman, James Freehill, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly, Bruno Mars, Giancarlo Esposito, Damon Albarn, Chris Martin, Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Nathan Lane, Matthew McConaughey, Jodi Benson, Scarlett Johansson, & John Irwin)
  16. ​Hush Little One (Scarlett Johansson)
  17. Finale (Taylor Swift, Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, John Irwin, Idina Menzel, Justin Timberlake, Sabrina Carpenter, Brandon Walters, Atticus Shaffer, Noel Wells, Shameik Moore, Bruno Mars, Justice Smith, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Matthew Morrison, Estelle, Rachel Crow, Tori Kelly, Amber Riley, Nikki Blonsky, Nathan Lane, James Freehill, Taron Egerton, David Bowie, David Wenham, Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, & Jodi Benson)
  18. Curtain Call (Requiem) (Alan Menken ft. Estelle) (End Credits Song)

RECEPTION

The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and received widespread critical acclaim, currently holding a 98% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Praise went for the performances (mainly from Jackman, Hathaway, Irwin, Swift, and Crow), screenplay, Baz Luhrmann's direction, visuals, and musical numbers (mainly Amy's Lullaby and You're The One I Want), and was put on many year end lists of best films of 2016.

On it's wide release, it scored $63 million at the box office, scoring at #2 behind Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

ACCOLADES

Academy Awards:

  • Best Picture (won) (NOTE: Another musical La La Land originally won the best picture award, but Welcome To KroniK was announced the real winner after Warren Beatty was accidentally given the Best Actress envelope, hence the pause when he saw Best Actress winner Emma Stone's, who starred in La La Land, name)
  • Best Director (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (won)
  • Best Original Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)
  • Best Sound Editing (won)
  • Best Sound Mixing (won)
  • Best Production Design (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Makeup And Hairstyling (nominated)
  • Best Costume Design (nominated)
  • Best Film Editing (won)
  • Best Visual Effects (won, tied with The Jungle Book)

Alliance Of Women Film Journalists:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Actress In A Supporting Role - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Actress In A Supporting Role - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Actor In A Supporting Role - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Actor In A Supporting Role - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble Cast (won)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Editing (won)
  • Best Breakthrough Performance - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Breakthrough Performance - Rachel Crow (nominated)

Austin Film Critics Assocation:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)

Boston Online Film Critics Association:

  • Best Picture (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble (won)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Editing (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (won)
  • The Ten Best Films Of The Year (1st place)

Boston Society Of Film Critics:

  • Best Film (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Film Editing (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (won)

British Academy Film Awards:

  • Best Film (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Outstanding British Film (won)
  • Best Original Music - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Best Sound (won)
  • Best Production Design (nominated)
  • Best Visual Effects (won)
  • Best Costume Design (won)
  • Best Makeup And Hair (nominated)
  • Best Editing (won)
  • EE Rising Star Award - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • EE Rising Star Award - Taylor Swift (nominated)

Chicago Film Critics Association:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (won)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Editing (nominated)
  • Best Art Direction / Production Design (won)

Critics Choice Awards:

  • Best Picture (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Young Actor / Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Acting Ensemble (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Art Direction (nominated)
  • Best Editing (nominated)
  • Best Costume Design (won)
  • Best Hair And Makeup (won)
  • Best Visual Effects (won, tied with The Jungle Book)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Best Original Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (Runner-Up)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Screenplay (Runner-Up)
  • Best Cinematography (Runner-Up)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (Runner-Up)

Detroit Film Critics Society:

  • Best Picture (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble (won)
  • Best Breakthrough - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Breakthrough - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)

Florida Film Critics Circle:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Visual Effects (won)
  • Best Art Direction / Production Design (nominated)
  • Best Score - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Pauline Kael Breakout Award - Rachel Crow (won)

Golden Globes:

  • Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy (nominated)
  • Best Actor (Musical Or Comedy) - John Irwin (nominated)
  • Best Actress (Musical Or Comedy) - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Best Original Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)

Houston Film Critics Society:

  • Best Picture (nominated)
  • Best Direction Of A Motion Picture - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role - John Irwin (won, tied with Jeff Bridges for Hell Or High Water)
  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (won)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Best Original Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)
  • Best Poster (won)
  • Technical Achievement: Visual Effects, Production Design (won, tied with The Jungle Book, Doctor Strange, and La La Land)

IndieWire Critics Poll:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Original Score / Soundtrack - Alan Menken (won)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Editing (won)

London Film Critics Circle:

  • Film Of The Year (nominated)
  • Actress Of The Year - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Supporting Actor Of The Year - John Irwin (won, tied with Hugh Jackman for Welcome To KroniK)
  • Supporting Actor Of The Year - Hugh Jackman (won, tied with John Irwin for Welcome To KroniK)
  • Supporting Actress Of The Year - Scarlett Johansson (won)
  • Supporting Actress Of The Year - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Supporting Actress Of The Year - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • British / Irish Actor Of The Year - Kevin McKidd (nominated)
  • Director Of The Year - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Screenwriter Of The Year (nominated)
  • Technical Acievement - Editing, Music (Alan Menken), Visual Effects, Cinematography (won)

Los Angeles Film Critics Association:

  • Best Picture (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated, runner-up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Screenplay (won)
  • Best Production Design (won)
  • Best Editing (won)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Music Score - Alan Menken (nominated, runner-up)

National Society Of Film Critics:

  • Best Picture (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (Runner-Up)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (Runner-Up)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Screenplay (Runner-Up)
  • Best Cinematography (won)

New York Film Critics Circle:

  • Best Picture (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (won)

New York Film Critics Online:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Screenplay (won)
  • Best Breakthrough Performer - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Breakthrough Performer - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Ensemble Cast (won)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Use Of Music - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Top 12 Films (won)

Online Film Critics Society:

  • Best Picture (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Editing (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)

San Diego Film Critics Society:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Female Actor - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Male Actor - John Irwin (won, tied with Hugh Jackman for Welcome To KroniK)
  • Best Supporting Male Actor - Hugh Jackman (won, tied with John Irwin for Welcome To KroniK)
  • Best Supporting Female Actor - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Female Actor - Rachel Crow (Runner-Up)
  • Best Ensemble (won)
  • Breakthrough Artist - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Editing (Runner-Up)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Production Design (won)
  • Best Visual Effects (won, tied with The Jungle Book)
  • Best Costume Design (won)
  • Best Use Of Music - Alan Menken (won, tied with La La Land And Jackie)
  • Body Of Work - John Irwin (won, Irwin also won for SmashTV Presents: Teenage Mutant Superheroes & Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice)

San Francisco Film Critics Circle:

  • Best Picture (won)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Production Design (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (won)
  • Best Film Editing (won, tied with Arrival)

Satellite Awards:

  • Best Picture (won, tied with La La Land)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won, tied with Ruth Negga for Loving)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won, tied with Jeff Bridges for Hell Or High Water)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominaed)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (won)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (won)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)
  • Best Original Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)
  • Best Visual Effects (won, tied with The Jungle Book)
  • Best Art Direction And Production Design (nominated)
  • Best Film Editing (won)
  • Best Sound Editing And Mixing (won)
  • Best Costume Design (won)
  • Best Ensemble (won)

Screen Actors Guild Awards:

  • Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Supporting Role - John Irwin (won)
  • Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Supporting Role - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture (nominated)

St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association:

  • Best Film (Runner-Up, tied with Manchester By The Sea)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Scarlett Johansson (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (won)
  • Best Cinematography (Runner-Up)
  • Best Visual Effects (won)
  • Best Editing (won)
  • Best Music Score - Alan Menken (Runner-Up)
  • Best Production Design (won)
  • Best Soundtrack (won)
  • Best Song - Amy's Lullaby (nominated)
  • Best Scene - Welcome To KroniK / KroniK Medley (Runner-Up)

Toronto Film Critics Association:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)

Vancouver Film Critics Circle:

  • Best Film (won)
  • Best Actress - Taylor Swift (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (won)
  • Best Screenplay (nominated)

Washington DC Area FIlm Critics Association:

  • Best Film (nominated)
  • Best Director - Baz Luhrmann (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - John Irwin (won)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Hugh Jackman (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway (nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Taylor Swift (nominated)
  • Best Youth Performance - Rachel Crow (nominated)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated)
  • Best Production Design (nominated)
  • Best Cinematography (nominated)
  • Best Editing (nominated)
  • Best Original Score - Alan Menken (nominated)

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