EXCLUSIVE: Diane Lane (Feud: Capote’s Women) has signed with CAA for representation.
EXCLUSIVE: Diane Lane (Feud: Capote’s Women) has signed with CAA for representation.
Jenelle Riley Deputy Awards and Features Editor This article first appeared as part of Jenelle Riley’s Acting Up newsletter – to subscribe for early content and weekly updates on all things acting, visit the Acting Up signup page. Sometimes due to article lengths or just time, there are some fun tales from interviews and Q&As that don’t make their way into stories. So I’ve decided to include a round-up here. Enjoy! The Accent in “Tár” Has Surprising Origins If you’re not already aware, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a non-profit org that provides several resources and emergency assistance to SAG-AFTRA artists. It also hosts fantastic Q&As that really dive deep into the acting process and for the recent SAG Awards, organizers hosted several panels with contenders in different categories. I was honored to moderate a few, including one for the lead female actor in a film with nominees Ana de Armas (“Blonde”), Cate Blanchett (“Tár”), Danielle Deadwyler (“Till”) and Michelle Yeoh (“Everything Everywhere All at Once).”
Bill Murray and star Jeannie Berlin set foot on the red carpet of the 2023 SAG Awards holding hands.Murray and Berlin appeared quite close when they arrived together for Sunday's soiree at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The star wore a black tuxedo with a colorful bow tie, while Berlin sported an all-black suit and shades.Berlin, who portrayed Hadassah Fabelman in the Steven Spielberg film, was there for the film's nomination in the Best Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture category.
won for best lead actor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday, Oscar hopeful Brendan Fraser may be living his best life right now.But the 54-year-old star of “The Whale” almost didn’t survive filming his 1999 hit “The Mummy.” In fact, on Tuesday’s episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” Fraser revealed that he “nearly” died shooting a hanging scene in the action adventure film.“I was choked out accidentally,” said Fraser, who then stood up to demonstrate the perilous stunt. “I was standing on my toes like this, with the rope [around my neck] … And Steve [Sommers, the director] ran over and he said, ‘Hey it doesn’t really look like you’re choking.
Patricia Arquette is telling the story of how she almost worked with Tom Cruise.
Aubrey Plaza was not in a bad mood or annoyed while onstage Sunday night at the SAG Awards. And now her co-star, Jon Gries, can vouch for that.In an interview with, Gries revealed what exactly was said onstage between him and Plaza as co-star F. Murray Abraham accepted the SAG Award for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Aubrey Plaza’s stylist is shutting down rumours that the actress’ SAG Awards dress, which teased a lot of skin, was uncomfortable.
The White Lotus. Last night, Coolidge was gifted the prize for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for her role in the hit HBO show’s second season.When accepting the award, Coolidge expressed her gratitude and acknowledged that this could be a pivotal moment in her career. “I just want to say,” she continued before becoming emotional.
Cate Blanchett is a conscious fashion queen.Following Blanchett's appearance at the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday night, her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, took to Instagram to share an interesting tidbit about the custom black Giorgio Armani Privé number — she's worn it before!Blanchett previously wore the lace gown at the 2014 Golden Globes and at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. Sunday's take on the dress incorporated lace into a black sequin bodice, adding a fitted skirt and sleeves cut along the lace pattern, giving the gown an edgy, updated feel.
told People on the red carpet for the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday.Butler revealed that he “spent a week in bed” before going on to another project.In May 2022, he told British GQ that he “woke up at 4 in the morning with excruciating pain” and was “rushed to hospital,” which was due to a virus he contracted that simulated the symptoms of appendicitis.“My body just started shutting down the day after I finished ‘Elvis,'” Butler recalled.But the trip to the emergency room wasn’t the only health challenge he faced while taking portraying Elvis.He also told People that he lost his now-memorable voice while singing Elvis’ version of “Never Been to Spain.”“We did so many takes. And at a certain point, I just lost my voice,” Butler explained.
A-list actress Cate Blanchett is no stranger to the red carpet, and her looks have caused quite the commotion over the years. Whilst many actors pull out a new outfit for every ceremony, Cate has shunned tradition and instead insisted on rewearing outfits from previous red carpets.
Jamie Lee Curtis had a lot of love to give after taking home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role during Sunday's 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. The actress won for her role in .Before taking the stage to the delight of the audience, Curtis grabbed her co-star, Michelle Yeoh, and planted a big kiss on her.«I kissed her?, Did I really kiss her?» Curtis joked to ET's Denny Directo, backstage during the ceremony. «I love Michelle Yeoh.
2023 SAG Awards Sunday night urging Hollywood to use its power to end its “bulls–t” COVID-19 vaccine mandate.“As the nation declares an end to the COVID emergency this May, I hope we will see everyone return to work in equal opportunity,” Drescher, 65, said in her speech during the telecast.The industry’s pandemic protocols were originally set to expire Jan. 31, but will now expire April 1.Those who oppose the vaccine mandate believe that it discriminates against people who refuse to be vaccinated for religious or medical reasons.“The Nanny” star used her moment in the awards season spotlight to put pressure on Hollywood to use its blockbuster bankroll to influence state politics and make change.“Our industry brings billions of production dollars to states across the nation, but if they want our business, let’s wield our financial influence to make governors act in the best interest of freedom, diversity, inclusion and democracy,” Drescher said.
29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, SAG-Aftra President Fran Drescher gave ET a quick update on the plans to revive her hit sitcom, . «We have a big meeting with our partners at Sony,» she told Denny Directo, referring to Sony Pictures Television, which was the distributor for the series during its original run. «This is the 30th anniversary year that the series started and I want to do something special.» Starring Drescher as Fran Fine -- a fashionista from Queens, New York, who becomes the nanny of three high society children — the series first premiered on CBS in November 1993 and lasted for six seasons before ending in June 1999. «It's mind blowing because it's more popular today than it's ever been on HBO Max,» Drescher shared. And when it comes to Fran's distinct sense of style, «I feel like the show was iconic and classic TV a lot because of the fashion,» she said, praising costume designer Brenda Cooper, who «won an Emmy for it.» (In total, Cooper earned three nominations and one win for her work on .)The update comes several years after Drescher first told ET that she and co-creator and ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson «were talking about» a reboot.
Jeremy Allen White is collecting wins and his kids are loving it!ET’s Denny Directo spoke to The Bear star after hewon the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series at the 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and he shared how his kids are responding to their father collecting accolades. «They're into them. They really, they're really into them, they're very heavy so yeah they can't play with them too much but they're definitely excited about it.
2023 SAG Awards is catching flak for Mark Wahlberg’s role in the ceremony, presenting an award to the predominantly Asian cast of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” — 35 years after he was accused of hate crimes against Asians.In 1988, the 51-year-old actor was convicted for assaults he committed in Boston when he was 16 toward two Vietnamese American men. Wahlberg hit Thanh Lam in the head with a stick while trying to steal alcohol and punched Johnny Trinh in the face.
2023 SAG Awards on Sunday, but some fan-favorite shows and movies were shut out.The best actor in a film category was a tight race, but ultimately “Elvis” star Austin Butler lost to “The Whale” star Brendan Fraser.Fraser, 54, also scored an award at the Critics Choice Awards in January over Butler. The pair will duke it out again come March at the Oscars.However, the “Carrie Diaries” alum, 31, won the Golden Globe and BAFTA best actor awards earlier this year for his role as the King of Rock and Roll.“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” star Angela Bassett was also snubbed last night, despite earning a Golden Globe and being nominated for a BAFTA.
Amy Poehler, who played the iconic Knope, and Adam Scott, who played the lovable Ben Wyatt, reunited at the 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, givingfans a special moment. The dynamic duo took the stage to present the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series. Before announcing Jean Smart as the winner for her performance in Hacks, the fictional married couple engaged in banter that resembled their characters. “I just want to say I’m thrilled to be here,” said Scott, a nominee for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Mark S.
Jean Smart’s “Hacks” co-stars are sharing an update on her health following a recent heart procedure.
Fans are desperate to see Jenna Ortega and Aubrey Plaza team up after they took the stage together to present at Sunday’s 2023 SAG Awards.
slew of A-list stars, touching acceptance speeches and hilarious presenters, Aubrey Plaza and Jenna Ortega managed to steal the spotlight at this year's SAG Awards.The pair of hilariously deadpan actresses took the stage together to present an award on Sunday, where they poked fun at their obvious similarities to the delight of the audience.The brief but hilarious team-up had some fans calling for the pair to get their own movie together — possibly a darkly comic buddy cop project — and Plaza told ET's Denny Directo after the show that she would be open to that idea.«Oh, I'm down,» Plaza confirmed, adding, «We'll just kill everybody with our eyes.»Plaza and Ortega were hilarious during the show, in which they explained that they didn't understand why producers had paired them together to present.«I don't know why they paired us up together,» Plaza said with a frown, as Ortega replied, «Yeah, I know, we have nothing in common.»«We should find the people who did this,» Plaza began, before Ortega joined in and they recited in unison, «and curse their families, and watch as misfortune follows their bloodline for the next seven generations.»Aubrey Plaza and Jenna Ortega being dark and moody together…love lol#SAGAwardspic.twitter.com/DOsD3bswlWWhen asked if she figured out who had, in fact, paired them together, Plaza joked with ET, sharing, «I don't know, but we went with it! We went with it.»Before the show, ET spoke with Ortega, and the star opened up about how nervous she is to be making her hosting debut in just a few weeks.«It's so funny because everyone is prepping me for it and they're like, 'yeah, any of our clients who have worked for has said that it's the most stressful week of their life,' have called crying, 'Oh
29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Sally Field was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing her nearly six-decade-long acting career. Andrew Garfield presented the award to Field on Sunday night after the two previously worked together in films.ET's Denny Directo was speaking to Field backstage after the major moment when Garfield crashed the interview to show the celebrated actress some love by giving her a big kiss on the cheek.«She's my surrogate something in my life.
Quinta Brunson and continued their awards season success on Sunday with a big win at the 2023 SAG Awards!The cast of the ABC comedy won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, the first network comedy to do so since in 2013, and Brunson told ET's Denny Directo backstage that receiving the award from the Screen Actors Guild «just hits different.»«These are our peers, these are people who do the same work that we do as actors. For them to think that we're deserving of this award, it just hits different, it really does,» she noted.Brunson shared a sweet moment with husband Kevin Jay Anik after the win was announced, and the actress and producer couldn't help but gush about her hubby being the best «support system» during breakout success.«I mean, a partner during all of this, you can't buy that kind of support,» she gushed. «Someone willing to go through what it takes to make and be a part of, it's priceless.
a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role at Sunday evening’s show, making history as the first Asian woman to win a leading film acting award.“I think if I speak my heart will explode,” she began her acceptance speech, which was riddled with hilarious expletives. She thanked SAG-AFTRA for the award, saying that they “understand what it is to get here.”“Everyone of you know the journey, the roller coaster ride, the ups and downs, but most importantly, we never give up,” the 60-year-old continued.
“The Whale” star got emotional while accepting the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role at the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday.“I’m smiling I’m breathing,” Fraser, 54, said. “That’s half the job.”The actor said that Ian McKellan told him that if he won and got to make an acceptance speech, he should “be good, be brief and be seated.”However, Fraser’s speech turned out to be much longer than the allotted time limit as he even mused about the SAG award itself.
this year's SAG Awards.Honoring the most memorable acting showcases of film and TV, the Screen Actors Guild Awards went without a host this year, relying on some talented comedic presenters to move the show along to great effect.From delightful and charismatic presentations to charming cast reunions to emotional and inspiring acceptance speeches, Sunday's SAG Awards were filled with memorable highlights.Here's a look at all the best moments, biggest surprises and most magnificent speeches of the night.Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short opened the #SAGAwards with this feckin funny sketch. Tune in now: https://t.co/IwqelQVHRqpic.twitter.com/opH0kA3rlrThe show kicked off with an adorable reunion, as Steve Martin — strumming his banjo — tells Martin Short he no longer wants to be friends, and Short can't handle that kind of rejection until Selena Gomez explains that it's all because they are both nominated in the same category.
came out on top by winning the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The ensemble featuring Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu beat out,, and . Curtis spoke first, accepting the award «on behalf of my crew of weirdos,» before Hsu, Quan and Yeoh all spoke in turn, paying tribute to co-star James Hong.«He's been acting since there were only 49 states, and he just turned 94,» Yeoh shared.
Michelle Yeoh just won her first Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday. The 60-year-old took home the trophy for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her turn as Evelyn Quan Wang in . «SAG AFTRA, to get this from you who understands what it is to get here. Everyone one of you know the journey, the rollercoaster ride.
Brendan Fraser took home the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role. The 54-year-old star beat out Adam Sandler, Austin Butler, Bill Nighy and Colin Farrell to take home the trophy for his powerful performance in and was already in tears as he took the stage to accept the award.«I'm smiling and breathing, that's half the job!» he joked with the crowd as he took a deep breath.«I will treasure this, but never more than how I treasured… my SAG card that I earned in 1991,» Fraser shared. «It made me feel like I belonged.
Ariana DeBose knows how to «do the thing» when it comes to poking fun at herself.The Oscar winner took the stage alongside Diego Luna to present at the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday. First, the pair shared a laugh about how to quiet down the crowd — in both Spanish and English, before DeBose beckoned to Luna to read the list of nominees.«Diego, do the thing,» she said, poking fun at her viral musical clip from the 2023 BAFTAs.The moment was made even better by a perfectly-timed cutaway to Angela Bassett herself, who proved once again that she's in on the joke, sharing a laugh with DeBose.Ariana DeBose: «Diego, do the thing.» #SAGAwardspic.twitter.com/2Rc0xzFy30The reference is to DeBose's opening for the 2023 BAFTA Awards, in which she performed «Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves» and «We Are Family,» and the infamous original rap where she shouted out the awards show's female nominees, including the line, «Angela Bassett did the thing / Viola Davis, my woman king.» Bassett herself even poked fun at the new meme when she accepted her Entertainer of the Year award at the 2023 NAACP Awards on Saturday.«I guess Angela Bassett did the thing,» she quipped to the audience's laughter.The 2023 SAG Awards will take place on Sunday, Feb.
the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday.“I got my SAG card when I was 19 years old, when I signed a seven-year contract to Universal Studios and starred in an ABC TV series called the ‘Operation Petticoat,’ which was based on the movie that my father, Tony Curtis — nepo baby! — starred in,” Curtis — the daughter of “Psycho” star Janet Leigh and the “Some Like It Hot” actor Curtis — said during the “I Am an Actor” opening.“I was fired from that TV show a year later and I thought my life was over,” she continued. “But the good news is that if I hadn’t been fired from ‘Operation Petticoat,’ I would have never had the opportunity to audition for a little tiny, no-budget horror movie called ‘Halloween.’ My name is Jamie Lee Curtis, and I am, proudly, an actor.”Jamie Lee Curtis proudly referring to herself as a nepo baby during her “I am an actor” speech was perfection #SAGAwards pic.twitter.com/5vksrPUHThThe “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star, 64, also made a joke about being a nepo baby — a contentious title much-discussed after a recent New York Magazine cover story diving into Hollywood’s dynasty — while accepting her award for best female supporting actor for her performance.“I know you look at me and think, ‘Nepo baby, that’s why you’re here.’ I totally get it,” said Curtis.
What about having some fun reading the latest showbiz news & updates on Sag Awards? Those who enter celebfans.org once will stay with us forever! Stop wasting time looking for something else, because here you will get the latest news on Sag Awards, scandals, engagements and divorces! Do not miss the opportunity to check out our breaking stories on Hollywood's hottest star Sag Awards!