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FutureStarrSAG Awards 2023 - See the Full List of Winners Updating Live on Netflix
The 29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards have begun and can be streamed live on Netflix's YouTube channel for the first time ever. This marks an historic milestone for Netflix as this marks their first time ever streaming digitally-only programming.
This year's awards feature some of the highest-profile performances in film and TV, making it no surprise that it will be a star-studded affair. Keep reading to view the complete list of winners, updated live as the night progresses.
The Banshees of Inisherin, directed by Martin McDonagh (Seven Psychopaths), tells the tale of two lifelong friends, Padraic and Colm, who must reconcile their differences. When Colm suggests they should part ways, Padraic refuses to listen which leads to an increasingly heated argument between them.
The film, which won the Best Original Screenplay award at last year's Golden Globes, features a strong supporting cast of Irish actors including Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan.
So far, 2022's most anticipated film has been The Great Gatsby. That makes it a prime contender for both the SAG Awards and Oscars this year.
In addition to Farrell, who is nominated for Best Actor, the film also features several first-time nominees: Austin Butler ("Elvis"), Brendan Fraser "The Whale," Bill Nighy "Living" and Adam Sandler from "Hustle".
With some outstanding performances, The Banshees of Inisherin could be an Oscar contender in 2023. Additionally, it's up for best movie at this year's Golden Globes.
This film is an absolute must-see if you haven't already. It's funny and has an engaging plot that will keep you engaged throughout.
It could have been written as a simple break-up film, but The Banshees of Inisherin tells an intriguing tale about friendship. Colm becomes increasingly frustrated that Padraic doesn't take him up on his suggestions about ending their bond; eventually he decides to cut off his finger every time he attempts to speak with his friend.
Everything Everywhere All at Once has become the Oscar front-runner with its remarkable Best Ensemble win at the PGAs, and now could get another boost when Screen Actors Guild honorees are announced Sunday. The genre-bending action hit has now garnered five nominations in this category, including two Best Actor nods for Jamie Lee Curtis and breakout star Stephanie Hsu.
On February 26th, the SAG Awards, known as Oscar bellwethers, will take place. As actors' peers vote for their favorites in this union of over 100,000 members, many of whom share crossover membership with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; nominated actors typically align across most categories.
On Wednesday, January 11th the SAG Awards revealed their 2023 nominations, led by Martin McDonagh's dark comedy The Banshees Of Inisherin and A24's genre-defying sci-fi hit Everything Everywhere All at Once with five nods each. Joining these films were Oscar nominee Steven Spielberg's coming-of-age drama The Fabelmans; Paramount's Babylon; and United Artists' Women Talking.
Austin Butler is in a tight race to beat co-frontrunners Colin Farrell and Brendan Fraser for The Banshees Of Inisherin. Meanwhile, defending champion Cate Blanchett and Michelle Yeoh are locked in an intense contest for Best Actress honors.
Zendaya and Paul Mescal host the 2023 SAG Awards, which can be streamed live on Netflix's YouTube channel starting at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on Sunday, February 26 at Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
After a failed money laundering scheme, Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) moves his family from Chicago suburb to a resort community in the Ozarks. He and wife Wendy (Laura Linney) are unaware that this relocation is linked to a drug cartel in Mexico. The Byrdes quickly form an intimate connection with Omar Navarro (Felix Solis), their cartel contact; however, life for their family becomes increasingly complex as events unfold.
Bateman leads the cast as he vies for his fourth consecutive Best Actor in a TV Drama Award. He's joined by co-stars Linney, Julia Garner, Sofia Hublitz, and Skylar Gaertner.
Although the show is a crime drama, it also addresses issues of race and immigration. Filmed in Georgia, it features many locations around Lake Lanier - an hour northwest of Atlanta. In addition to the Byrdes' lakeside home, several scenes take place at a barbecue restaurant and Silver Skillet diner where FBI agent Roy Petty (Tom Pelphrey) stops for food during season one.
Bill Dubuque wrote the script for The Accountant and The Judge, respectively. Critics have praised the series' tone, direction, production values, and performances with praise.
Garner's work on the show has earned her three Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe nod. Additionally, she is nominated for a second consecutive performance at this year's SAG Awards.
The 29-year-old performer is one of five nominees in this category, alongside Jennifer Coolidge, Zendaya, Elizabeth Debicki and Laura Linney. She hopes to win her first award as a leading actress in an ensemble TV drama.
If you're in search of an authentic legal thriller, Better Call Saul is your perfect series. The prequel to Breaking Bad was critically acclaimed and beloved on both sides of the screen; critics hailed it as one of the greatest prequels ever made and has gone on to win multiple awards over time.
This Apple TV Plus sci-fi hit stars Adam Scott as a dedicated Lumon worker who questions his own mental health shortly after Helly (Britt Lower) arrives. The show has been nominated for multiple SAG Awards 2023 awards, including Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and Ensemble Prize.
The series also boasts a host of other nominations for its cast and crew members. Vince Gilligan and Gordon Smith, the executive producers, are both nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards in Writing for a Drama Series and Writers Guild of America Award in Scripted Television respectively. Furthermore, it has four nominations for Producers Guild Award Best Episodic Drama.
At the 2023 SAG Awards, Better Call Saul is nominated for Best Actor alongside fellow Breaking Bad alum Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks. This nomination promises to be an exciting moment in the series' journey.
Odenkirk and Banks both have the chance to take home their first SAG Award and receive their first nominations, respectively. Both actors are in great company as other Breaking Bad alumni such as Jesse Plemons, Michael Mando and David Morrissey are also up for honors.
On Sunday, February 26th at Los Angeles' Fairmont Century Plaza, the 29th Annual SAG Awards will be streamed live on Netflix's YouTube channel.
The Crown is one of television's most beloved and expensive series. With its top-notch production, slick look, and historical accuracy, it's no wonder Netflix invested most of their budget into this project. Plus, its main characters are expertly portrayed by talented actors.
On Wednesday, the show premiered its fifth season and marked another step in its time-jumping and character recasting arc. However, unlike past four seasons which felt cohesively put together, this one feels somewhat fractured.
Let's first note that we're no longer revisiting Charles and Diana's early marriage (Elizabeth Debicki). Morgan wisely chooses to focus on the period leading up to her interview with Bashir (Salim Daw) on Guy Fawkes Night -- an event which at the time left Charles and his family completely astounded by its revelation.
Morgan's writing still manages to connect us with characters beyond Charles and his fiancee in this season, even if they aren't the main focus. In the first episode, for instance, we get an intensely detailed account of smog-ridden London in 1951 as Winston Churchill's earnest secretary struggles through thick air to reach work.
What's most astonishing about this season is how it tackles Camillagate - one of Charles and Diana's most controversial moments in public life. Camillagate is presented as a "privacy violation," even though Charles had nothing to do with it.
Given Charles and Diana were both relentlessly pursued by the media for months before that, including when they revealed their own secret relationships, it seems strange to include this framing here. While showrunner David Benioff has expressed both sympathy for Charles as well as criticism, it still seems odd on balance.