The AARP announced its 2014 film awards Thursday, naming “The Theory of Everything” as its best picture, as well as Steve Carell (“Foxcatcher”) and Julianne Moore (“Still Alice”) for its actor and actress nods, respectively.

In categories unique to the association, “Big Eyes” won for best time capsule, “St. Vincent” was named best intergenerational film, “Love Is Strange” took home best grownup love story and “The Lego Movie” received the award for best movie for grownups who refuse to grow up.

Other honorees include J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) for supporting actor, Rene Russo (“Nightcrawler”) for supporting actress, Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”) for director, Nick Hornby and Cheryl Strayed (“Wild”) for screenwriter, Israel Horovitz (“My Old Lady”) for breakthrough achievement, “Land Ho!” for buddy picture, “Chef” for comedy, “Keep on Keepin’ On” for documentary and “Diplomacy” for foreign film.

Kevin Costner will receive the organization’s lifetime achievement award at the gala, to be held at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills on Feb. 2 and hosted by John Leguizamo.