"Black Panther" received the highest honor of the night — best movie.
The film's stars, Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Winston Duke, accepted the award and thanked the fans.
"It's incredible when you -- when the stereotype used to be people of color couldn't bring y'all out to the theater and be able to make these types of films. And bring this type of impact to you guys," Jordan said. "So the fact that we were able to do this on this scale, with this movie and this project, means the world to us. So we appreciate y'all support."
"And it's not just for, you know, people of color -- it's universal, it's for everybody. So that's something that I really want to get through to everybody."
Duke thanked fans for not only investing their time in the movie, but "investing in a continued conversation for what this industry and what this culture could achieve. And what we all can aspire to be."