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Screen Actors Guild Awards 2009
Originally posted 12/18/2008 04:45PM
The show must and will – go on.
Despite the possibility of an actors' strike, the Screen Actors Guild will have its annual award show in January, according to SAG President Alan Rosenberg.
Originally posted 12/18/2008 10:00AM
Kate Winslet scored two chances to take home a SAG Award when the nominations were announced Thursday morning.
The actress was recognized by her peers in the Screen Actors Guild as both a lead and supporting actress for her current holiday releases, Revolutionary Road and The Reader.
"To be recognized in this manner, by our peers, is a great honor," Winslet said in a statement.
Meanwhile, writer-director John Patrick Shanley's Doubt – starring the nominated Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viloa Davis – led the movie pack, with five nods.
Originally posted 12/01/2008 04:55PM
ER's Angela Bassett and Will and Grace star Eric McCormack will announce this year's nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a live broadcast on Dec. 18.
The nominees for five film and eight television categories will be revealed at 9 a.m. ET on TNT, with TBS.com carrying a live webcast.
The 15th Annual SAG Awards Ceremony will air Jan. 25 on TNT and TBS at 8 p.m.
Originally posted 01/28/2008 09:00AM
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
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