Next year's Critics' Choice Awards will take place on the Globes' scuttled date, Jan. 9. But the Hollywood Foreign Press Association blocked the Critics' Choice Awards from using the same venue, the Beverly Hilton Hotel. “It’s one thing to replace the Globes, but we want to be bigger and better,” Critics' Choice Awards CEO Joey Berlin tells Vanity Fair. “Better is really important.” Berlin points out that the CCA has a far better track record in terms of legitimacy and transparency, featuring nearly 500 members who are publicly named on its website, as well as a newly robust international contingent. A source tells Vanity Fair the CCA is even considering poaching the more "legitimate" journalists from the HFPA. Vanity Fair also found that there is a lot of respect in Hollywood for the CCA.