Sunday, January 29, 2006

Red Carpet SAG

Some pictures from the Screen Actors Guild red carpet, just because. Row1 and 2: Kyra Sedgewick with husband Kevin Bacon; Sandra Oh; Megan Mullally; Catherine Keener; Jamie Lee Curtis; Mary Louise Parker; Rachel Griffiths (sporting some amazing boobage); Patricia Clarkson, because they are all awesome amazing actresses and they're really cool. Row 3: Alfre Woodard, because she looks like she's ready to break a 40 on the curb and cut a bitch; Dakota Fanning, because she will eat your brains; Sandra Bullock, because she is wearing a lampshade and channeling Barbarella; Nicollette Sheridan, because she is dating MICHAEL BOLTON (eww!). Row 4:Heath Ledger, because this isn't the greatest picture of him but I'd still do him; Jake Gyllenhaal, because of those big doe eyes; Ian Sommerhalder, because I want to spread him on a biscuit. Row 5: Jake Gyllenhaal, because I am obsessed; Kristin Chenoweth, because she's from Broken Arrow and she's so damned perky; Mr. and Mrs. Witherspoon, because I want to be a homewrecker.
Winners tomorrow. And look for Oscar nominations on Tuesday.

Update: film category winners posted in comments.


At 1/30/2006 9:47 AM, Blogger ThomG said...

The SAG awards are usually a pretty good barometer for the Oscars since many Academy members also vote for SAG.
Here are the winners in the major categories:
Best ensemble cast - Crash
Best actor - Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote
Best actress - Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line
Best supporting actor - Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man
Best supporting actress - Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener

I'm not going to list all the TV winners - you can Google it - except Sean Hayes, who won best actor honors for actor for his role in Will & Grace. Of course, Hayes had to make a Brokeback Mountain joke as he accepted the award.
"First of all, I would like to thank Ang Lee for taking a chance on me," he said. "I know everyone in Hollywood knows it's such a risk to play a gay character."

At 1/30/2006 9:52 AM, Blogger ThomG said...

And no, I'm not at all disappointed Brokeback didn't sweep these awards. The winners were all very deserving. Folks are making a big deal about the fact that Crash beat out Brokeback in the ensemble cast category, but, hey, Crash is a fantastic movie and a true example of what ensemble cast means. Brokeback is well cast from top to, um, bottom but not at the level of Crash. I still think Brokeback is a better movie, though.


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