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SAG Awards: Morgan Freeman will receive the Life Achievement Award

Morgan Freeman will add another Screen Actors Guild Award to his mantel, this time the Life Achievement Award. SAG-AFTRA announced today the the Oscar and SAG-winning actor will receive the honor on January 21, 2018 during the presentation of the 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards. “I am thrilled to announce Morgan Freeman as this year’s recipient of the SAG Life ...

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SAG Awards Set Timelines, Dates; Will Simulcast with TNT and TBS Again

The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards are set for Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 8pm EST/5pm PST and will once again be simulcast live on TNT and TBS. This year’s awards were more a week later, January 29. The nominations will be announced on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. The nominating committees will be chosen at random next week. This year, ...

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2017 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Winners: Hidden Figures, Stranger Things; Viola Davis Wins 5th SAG

The current box office champ, Hidden Figures, found itself with the highest honor of the Screen Actors Guild tonight for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture over other Best Picture nominees Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea, Fences and Captain Fantastic. Earlier in the evening both Viola Davis and Denzel Washington won their respective categories (Supporting Actress and ...

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Build By Guild: How to Create a Best Picture Winner

  Now that the Oscar nominations are out and the guilds (as well as groups like the Golden Globes and BFCA have announced) are underway, the race is starting to take shape. Or, in the case of this season, taking a left turn and changing the race entirely. This weekend, The Big Short bested BFCA winner Spotlight, Golden Globe winner ...

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Build By Guild: How to Create a Best Picture Nominee

  Anne Thompson often says (and I’m paraphrasing) that it takes support from all branches to really make a Best Picture nominee and I agree. While actors make up the majority of the voters in the Academy (1,138, to be exact), when a film has the support of the film editors, the cinematographers and the sound people to build those numbers ...

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