In two weeks, on the night of March 13th, the Academy Awards are coming up. Another significant pointer for the Oscars happened on Sunday evening (February 26) in Los Angeles. The 29th edition of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards took place at the Fairmont Century Plaza and produced a clear winner of the evening: the wacky sci-fi flick "Everything Everywhere All at Once" by Daniel Kwan (35) and Daniel Scheinert ( 35).
The cast of "Everything Everywhere All at Once" won four out of six awards from the cinema segment. Michelle Yeoh (60) won Best Actress, Ke Huy Quan (51) Best Supporting Actor and Jamie Lee Curtis (64) Best Supporting Actress. Yeoh created something new: She is the first Asian woman to receive this award. Furthermore, there was also the SAG Award in the category "Best Acting Ensemble" for the strip.
The only major prize in acting that didn't go to "Everything Everywhere All at Once": Brendan Fraser (54) secured the title of "Best Actor" for his performance in the drama "The Whale" by Darren Aronofsky (54). He prevailed against Colin Farrell (46) and Austin Butler (31), among others, and it is considered very certain that one of the three actors will also triumph at the Oscars.
As with the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards honor series and television films. This year's "Best Acting Ensemble in a Drama Series" was "The White Lotus", for which Jennifer Coolidge (61) was also awarded "Best Actress in a Drama Series". Jason Bateman (54) secured the award for "Ozark" as the male counterpart, Jessica Chastain (45, "George
There were two more prizes in the comedy category. Jeremy Allen White (32) received the leading actor award for "The Bear: King of the Kitchen", actress Jean Smart (71) triumphed thanks to "Hacks". This year's lifetime achievement award went to "Forrest Gump" actress Sally Field (76).