Clues for the Oscars? ‘Everything at once everywhere’ sweeps the Screen Actors Guild | The USA Print

Clues for the Oscars?  'Everything at once everywhere' sweeps the Screen Actors Guild



‘Everything at once everywhere’ (‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, in English) is being one of the most outstanding films of the season. The film, which triumphed at the Golden Globes but not so much at the Baftas, swept the 29th edition of the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG Awards, in English), gaining the most covetedthe one who recognizes the best cast or ensemble of the cinematographic season, which would be equivalent to the best film in other competitions.

The film directed by ‘the Daniels’ (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) won four of the five awards to which she opted at the gala held in Los Angeles (USA), positioning herself as one of the Oscar Award Favoritesafter also being crowned at the Critics Choice and Producers Guild awards.

The title ‘Everything Everywhere At The Same Time’ was also victorious in the categories of best leading actressfor michelle yeoh; Best Supporting Actress for Jamie Lee Curtis; and in that of Best Supporting Actorfor Ke Huy Quan.

The only award of the night that didn’t go to the multiverse-focused sci-fi comedy was for best leading actorwhich fell into the hands of the American brendan fraser for her acclaimed performance in the psychological drama ‘The whale‘ (The Whale’, in original version).

In this case, the winner at the Bafta ‘Banshees by Inisherin‘ (‘The Banshees of Inisherin’), directed by Martin McDonagh, it didn’t work among the jury of the Screen Actors Guild. He left empty, despite the fact that he opted for five candidacies.

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The Screen Actors Guild awards ‘The White Lotus’ and ‘Abbott College’

He Screen Actors Guild not only does it reward cinema, but it also highlights the best works, according to its criteria, made in television. On this occasion, there were not too many surprises in this section and the same line as in the Golden Globes was followed.

Thus, the awards went to the second seasons of ‘The White Lotus’ (HBO Max) and ‘Abbott College’ (‘Abbott Elementary’) (from ABC and which in Spain can be seen on Disney+). They were made, respectively, with the ‘figurines’ to best drama series and best comedy series

As best drama actress won (again) Jennifer Coolidge, thanks to his role in the HBO Max fiction; and Jason Batemann was made with the best male performance for ‘Ozark’, from Netflix. In comedyThe award for best leading actress went to jean samartfor ‘Hacks (HBO Max), while the best actor took him Jeremy Allen Whitefor ‘The Bear’ (Hulu, in Spain it can be seen on Disney+).

Finally, the category of Best Actor and Actress in a Limited Series they took her Sam Elliottfor his role in ‘1883’ (Paramount+) and Jessica Chastainthanks to ‘George & Tammy’.

Oscars 2023

These awards could be a harbinger of What will the next edition of the Oscars mean?which is celebrated on March 12. Of course, the ‘statue’ of Ana de Armas or Cate Blanchet (clear favourite) falters, who after winning the Golden Globe and the Bafta for ‘TÁR’, on this occasion Michelle Yeoh has snatched recognition from her.

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