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SAG awards 2020: Parasite bags greatest outfit; Brad Pitt, Joaquin Phoenix win . See complete list of winners

Last updated on January 22, 2020

Bong Joon Ho’s Korean movie became the first foreign-language film to take top honors in the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday, putting up itself as a valid best-picture competitor into the front-runner 1917 at the next month’s Academy Awards.

The triumph, over the starry productions, enjoys of Once Upon a Time… at Hollywood and The Irishman was a surprise, but just to some level. The crowd at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, greeted the success of “Parasite” using a standing ovation.

Because actors constitute the greatest proportion of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, their selections are closely viewed as an Academy Awards harbinger.

However, the previous two decades, the SAG ensemble winner hasn’t gone on to win the best image: Black Panther this past year and Three Billboards Outdoor Ebbing, Missouri in 2018. And that year’s front-runner, 1917, more commended for its technical acumen, was not nominated by the display celebrities.

On Saturday, 1917 won high honors in the predictive Producers Guild awards. At 21 of the past 30 decades, the PGA winner has lined up with the ultimate best picture winner.

On the way, his addresses have been filled with one-liners, and that he did not disappoint Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Pitt, who stated that he had been nursing the flu, looked down in his award and said, “I have to bring this for my Tinder profile”.

“Let us be fair, it was a challenging part. A man who gets large, takes off his shirt and does not get on with his spouse, joked Pitt. It was a major stretch.” The crowd laughed and clapped, such as — since the cameras recorded — Aniston, his ex-wife.

Aniston afterward won an award of her for the best female actor in a drama series to its Apple TV Plus series The Morning Show. She stated upon reaching the point. Aniston completed her address with a shout-out for her Murder Mystery co-star Adam Sandler, whose operation in Uncut Gems has gone largely unrewarded this year despite significant acclaim.

“Your operation is exceptional and your magic is real. I adore you, friend,” said Aniston.

Once she got off point, they warmly congratulated each other in their initial person SAG Awards.

As anticipated, Phoenix took the greatest performance by a male celebrity. After separately praising every fellow nominee, Phoenix reasoned with a nod to his Joker predecessor. “I am standing here on the back of my favorite actor, Heath Ledger,” said Phoenix.

On her way to the point, she hugged her dad, Bruce Dern (a part of the Once Upon a Time… at Hollywood outfit ).

Phoebe Waller-Bridge lasted her awards Fleabag, a winner in the Emmys and the Golden Globes. Waller-Bridge added a SAG win for the best female actor in a comedy show and took a minute to reflect on the series’s parade of accolades.

“This whole thing has been a fantasy, and when I wake up tomorrow and find it was merely that, then let you know,” explained Waller-Bridge. “It has been the most amazing fantasy.”

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel also continued its series, winning best comedy series outfit for the 2nd consecutive year, combined with Tony Shalhoub shooting home the statue for the best male actor in a comedy show. But accepting the outfit award, the series’s shocked Alex Borstein stated she’d voted for Fleabag.

“Frankly that makes no sense,” explained Borstein. “Fleabag is amazing.”

(Both co-star at Scorsese’s forthcoming Killers of the Flower Moon. )

De Niro, a fervent critic of Donald Trump, referenced the president into his opinions.

“There is right and there is wrong. And there is common sense and there is misuse of power. As a taxpayer, I’ve as much right as anyone — an actor, an athlete, anyone else to voice my view,” stated De Niro. “And when I have a larger voice for my scenario, I’m likely to use it if I see a clear abuse of power”

The Crown took the greatest ensemble in a drama series. And the two Fosse/Verdon celebrities — Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell — acquired because of their performances at the miniseries.