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Originally posted 01/28/2008 04:30PM
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Originally posted 01/28/2008 01:35PM
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Originally posted 01/27/2008 11:20PM
They had everybody talking during their major red carpet entrance. But Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie seemed unable to keep their eyes off each other at the Screen Actors
Guild Awards on Sunday.
Stealing kisses at their table or just romantic glances, the twosome stuck close inside the Shrine Auditorium, with the TV cameras checking in on them often. But the lovebirds soaked up the affection from at least one other person. Mickey Rooney approached the two at their table before the show, gabbed for a bit and posed for a picture. (See a list of the night's big winners.)
Originally posted 01/27/2008 10:45PM
While accepting his award as outstanding male actor in a leading role – for There Will Be Blood – Daniel Day-Lewis gave a moving tribute to Heath Ledger, who was also honored in the annual "In Memoriam" montage.
Recalling several of Ledger's most iconic roles, Day-Lewis called the late actor an inspiration and "unique," before dedicating the trophy to Ledger.
"Of course, in Brokeback Mountain he was unique," Day-Lewis said. "He was perfect. And that scene in the trailer at the end of the film is as moving as anything I have ever seen."
Asked backstage why he'd decided to dedicate the award to Ledger, he said, "I suppose that's all I've been thinking about for the last few days. I never met him. I thought he was beautiful. I just have a very strong feeling that I would have liked him very much as a man. ...I admired him very much." (See a list of the winners.)
– Brian Orloff and Marla Lehner
Originally posted 01/27/2008 08:30PM
The Sopranos may be off the air but the Mob clan still rules with an iron fist – at least at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards from Los Angeles's Shrine Auditorium.
"This was so not supposed to happen," quipped Sopranos leading lady Edie Falco, who was honored as outstanding female actor in a drama series. (See a list of the winners.)
Also picking up an award early in the ceremony was her costar James Gandolfini, the first winner of the night, as outstanding male actor in a drama series. Said Gandolfini as he accepted his "Actor" statuette: "This is the last official act as Sopranos, together," a nod to the fact that the HBO show wound down in June 2007 after six seasons.
Originally posted 01/27/2008 10:00PM
Backstage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Steve Carell (whose
The Office won for best ensemble comedy) joked about his sticky
relationship with Ricky Gervais – who starred in the British version of
"[He's] very scary. He's a very intimidating human being and none of us like him very much, and he doesn't like us either," cracked Carell, who was surrounded by the rest of his show's cast. "There's an awkwardness. You can cut the tension with a knife."
Added Carrell, "I actually saw Ricky in the men's room just before the ceremony, and I swear to god, he leaned over the urinal and said: 'I knew it!'"
– Jed Dreben and Marla Lehner
Originally posted 01/27/2008 09:35PM
Kate Beckinsale usually saves her drama for the big screen – but on Sunday she had her share of it at home.
"Our cat [Clive] caught fire on a candle," the actress laughed on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. "As I was getting ready, there was like 'whoosh' a fireball and he went up like a rocket."
But not to worry, says Beckinsale, who came to the award show with her husband, director Len Wiseman. "[The cat] is fine. He had no idea," she said.
However, the smell of burnt fur in the house was another matter. "It was awful," she told PEOPLE.
– Julie Jordan
Originally posted 01/27/2008 10:00AM
After the writers' strike doomed the Golden Globes, the stars will finally come out Sunday for the Screen Actors Guild Awards – the first major televised award ceremony to get a waiver from the Writers Guild of America.
Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Denzel Washington, Kate Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, and Zac Efron are on the presenters list, while nominees George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, James Gandolfini and Golden Globe winners Cate Blanchett, Javier Bardem and Tina Fey are also expected to walk the red carpet at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium.
Originally posted 01/16/2008 02:45PM
Zac Efron has until Jan. 27 to get back on his feet – that's the night he's set to step onstage as a presenter at the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, the event's organizers have announced.
Efron, 20, is currently recuperating from an operation to remove his appendix, after being hospitalized Tuesday.
The SAG Awards are being held the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and will be broadcast on TBS and TNT. (Click here for PEOPLE's complete red carpet coverage.)
Originally posted 12/20/2007 09:50AM
Cate Blanchett was recognized for leading- and supporting-actress performances, and Into the Wild earned four top nods as the nominations for the 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Thursday.
Just as she did at the Golden Globe nominations, Blanchett earned SAG nods for her turns in Elizabeth: The Golden Age and I'm Not There. Meanwhile, Into the Wild, the story of a young man's trip into the wilderness of Alaska, was the only film to boast nominations for a lead-acting performance (Emile Hirsch for best actor) as well as best ensemble cast.
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