Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer to Miss Critics Choice Awards After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer are among the Hollywood stars who will not appear at this year’s Critics Choice Awards as planned after

testing positive for COVID-19. A rep for Farrell confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the Banshees of Inisherin stars, who have been nominated for best actor and

best supporting actor, respectively, would not be attending in person after contracting COVID-19. The news comes less than a week after both attended the Golden Globes, held

Tuesday, where Farrell took home the award for best actor in a comedy or musical. More from The Hollywood ReporterHollywood Flashback: 'In Bruges' Brought Colin Farrell and

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Testing Positive for COVID-19 The Searchlight Pictures film is going into the Critics Choice Awards with nine nominations. That includes Farrell and Gleeson, as well as

Barry Keoghan and Kerry Condon; two for writer-director Martin McDonagh for best director and best screenplay; one for best picture; one for best acting ensemble; and one for best

comedy. Pfeiffer, who was expected to present her The Fabulous Baker Boys co-star Jeff Bridges with the Lifetime Achievement Award, shared her news on Instagram

Sunday ahead of the show. In her message, she expressed sadness over not being able to attend in person before congratulating the night’s nominees and celebrating Bridges’ talent.