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The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

ARGO

DANIEL DAY-LEWIS

LINCOLN

Abraham Lincoln

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

JENNIFER LAWRENCE

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK

Tiffany

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

TOMMY LEE JONES

LINCOLN

Thaddeus Stevens

ANNE HATHAWAY

LES MISÉRABLES

Fantine

Primetime Television

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE IN A DRAMA SERIES

DOWNTON ABBEY

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BRYAN CRANSTON

BREAKING BAD

Walter White

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

CLAIRE DANES

HOMELAND

Carrie Mathison

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

ALEC BALDWIN

30 ROCK

Jack Donaghy

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

 

TINA FEY

30 ROCK

Liz Lemon

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A TELEVISION MOVIE OR MINISERIES

KEVIN COSTNER

HATFIELDS & MCCOYS

“Devil Anse” Hatfield

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR IN A TELEVISION MOVIE OR MINISERIES

JULIANNE MOORE

GAME CHANGE

Sarah Palin

Honors for Stunt Ensembles

OUTSTANDING ACTION PERFORMANCE BY A STUNT ENSEMBLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

SKYFALL

OUTSTANDING ACTION PERFORMANCE BY A STUNT ENSEMBLE IN A TELEVISION SERIES

GAME OF THRONES

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LOS ANGELES (January 23, 2013) — Alan Arkin, Jessica Chastain, Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, John Goodman, Damian Lewis and Julianne Moore will be presenters at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer Jeff Margolis announced today.

They join a growing roster of actors who will honor their colleagues at the SAG Awards that already includes Ben Affleck, Alec Baldwin, Bradley Cooper, Jeff Daniels, Viola Davis, Robert De Niro, Neil Patrick Harris, Anne Hathaway, SAG-AFTRA Co-President Ken Howard, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence, Julianna Margulies, Busy Philipps, SAG-AFTRA Co-President Roberta Reardon, Carl Reiner, Liev Schreiber, Taye Diggs, Justin Timberlake, Kerry Washington, Naomi Watts and Sigourney Weaver.

Oscar nominee Alan Arkin received his first SAG Award in 2007 as a member of the “Little Miss Sunshine” cast and was nominated for his supporting role in the film. He is currently nominated for his supporting role in “Argo” and as a member of the film’s cast. He’s got two comedies on tap: “Stand Up Guys,” opposite Al Pacino and Christopher Walken, and “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” opposite Steve Carell and Jim Carrey.

Golden Globe recipient and Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain earned a SAG Award in 2012 along with her fellow cast members in “The Help” and was nominated in the supporting actress category, as well. This year, she is nominated for her lead performance in Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty.” She currently stars in the Guillermo Del Toro-produced “Mama” and will soon be seen in the double feature “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: His” and “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Hers.”

Oscar nominee Daniel Day-Lewis was a Screen Actors Guild Award recipient in 2003 for his work in “Gangs of New York” and in 2008 for his role in “There Will Be Blood.” In 2010, he was nominated along with the cast of “Nine.” He has received a total of five SAG Awards nominations, including two this year for his title role in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” and as a member of the film’s cast.

Oscar nominee Sally Field is an eight-time SAG Awards nominee and the recipient of one Actor® statuette, for her role as Nora Walker in “Brothers & Sisters.” She’s nominated twice this year, for her performance as Mary Todd Lincoln in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” and as a member of the film’s cast. Last summer, she was seen as Aunt May in the blockbuster “The Amazing Spider-Man” opposite Andrew Garfield.

Along with his co-stars, four-time SAG Awards nominee John Goodman is recognized this year with a cast in a motion picture nomination for “Argo.” Other recent film roles include “Trouble With the Curve” and “Flight.” Next up are two dramas — the Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” and George Clooney’s “The Monuments Men” — and the comedies “The Hangover: Part III” and “The Internship.” This summer, he reprises the role of Sulley in “Monsters University,” the sequel to the Disney-Pixar animated film “Monsters, Inc.”

Golden Globe recipient Damian Lewis is nominated for two SAG Awards: for his performance as Nicholas Brody in Showtime’s “Homeland,” which just finished its second season, and as a member of the series’ ensemble.

Julianne Moore is a Golden Globe recipient and SAG Awards nominee for her role as Sarah Palin in “Game Change.” She has received a total of 10 SAG Awards nominations in her career. Upcoming movie roles include “What Maisie Knew” with Alexander Skarsgard; “Don Jon’s Addiction” with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson; “The Seventh Son” with Jeff Bridges; “Carrie” with Chloe Grace Moretz; and the action thriller “Non-Stop.”

The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, one of the awards season’s premier events, will be simulcast live coast-to-coast on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, at 8 p.m. (ET)/5 p.m. (PT) from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. An encore primetime telecast will begin immediately following on TNT at 10 p.m. (ET)/7 p.m. (PT). The ceremony will also be telecast internationally, as well as to U.S. military installations overseas through the American Forces Network Broadcast Center.

source: sagawards.com

 

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LOS ANGELES (January 16, 2013) – Bradley Cooper, Viola Davis, Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence, Justin Timberlake and Sigourney Weaver will be presenters at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Executive Producer Jeff Margolis announced today.

First-time SAG Awards nominee Bradley Cooper is recognized this year for his lead role in David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook” and as a cast member in the film. In addition to “Playbook,” Cooper had three other films in release in 2012: “The Words,” “Hit and Run,” and “The Place Beyond the Pines.” In May, he’ll be seen in “The Hangover Part III” and later this year will star opposite his “Playbook” co-star Jennifer Lawrence in the suspense drama “Serena.” He’ll also reunite with Russell to work on the director’s film about the Abscam scandal, also starring Christian Bale.

Viola Davis is a four-time Screen Actors Guild Award® nominee and two-time recipient of the Actor® in 2012 for her lead performance as Aibileen Clark and as a cast member in “The Help.” Davis’ previous nominations were for her supporting and cast performances in “Doubt” opposite Meryl Streep. She was recently seen in “Won’t Back Down” and will next star in the drama “Beautiful Creatures” opposite Emma Thompson.

Anne Hathaway, who just received a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Fantine in “Les Miserables,” earned her first SAG Awards nomination in 2006 as a cast member of Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain” and her first lead female actor nod in 2009 for “Rachel Getting Married.” This year, she’s nominated twice: As supporting female actor in “Les Miserables” and as a member of the film’s cast. In 2012, Hathaway starred opposite Christian Bale in director Christopher Nolan’s third and final installment of his Batman trilogy, “The Dark Knight Rises.” Next year, she will give voice once again to Jewel the macaw in the animated sequel “Rio 2.”

Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe winning actor Hugh Jackman is a two-time SAG Awards nominee this year for his portrayal of Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables” and as a member of the film’s cast. In July, audiences will see him reprise the role of Wolverine in the 6th installment of the “X-Men” franchise, “The Wolverine.” He is currently filming “Prisoners” with Melissa Leo, Jake Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis, directed by Denis Villeneuve.

In 2010, Jennifer Lawrence earned her first SAG Award nomination for her performance in “Winter’s Bone.” The Golden Globe recipient is a double nominee this year, as lead female actor in “Silver Linings Playbook” and as a member of the film’s cast. Lawrence became a household name with her role as Katniss Everdeen in the blockbuster “The Hunger Games” and will reprise the role later this year in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” She’ll also reunite with her “Silver Linings” co-star Cooper in “Serena.”

Justin Timberlake earned his first SAG Award nomination in 2011 as a cast member in “The Social Network.”  Last year, he appeared in “Trouble With the Curve,” alongside Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams. Up next is a co-starring role in Joel and Ethan Coen’s film, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” with Carrie Mulligan and Oscar Isaac, and the thriller “Runner, Runner” with Ben Affleck.

Sigourney Weaver is a three-time SAG Awards nominee, most recently for her work in the television miniseries “Political Animals.” She was recently be seen in Amy Heckerling’s “Vamps” with Alicia Silverstone, Mabrouk El Mechri’s “The Cold Light of Day” with Bruce Willis and “Red Lights” with Robert De Niro. In the works is the romance “It Is What It is” opposite Evan Rachel Wood.

The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, one of the awards season’s premier events, will be simulcast live coast-to-coast on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, at 8 p.m. (ET)/5 p.m. (PT) from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. An encore primetime telecast will begin immediately following on TNT at 10 p.m. (ET)/7 p.m. (PT). The ceremony will also be telecast internationally, as well as to U.S. military installations overseas through the American Forces Network Broadcast Center.

Recipients of the honors for Outstanding Action Performances by Film and Television Stunt Ensembles announced at 6:15 p.m. (ET)/3:15 p.m. (PT) during the red carpet pre-show webcast on tntdrama.comtbs.com and People.com which begins at 6 p.m. (ET)/3 p.m. (PT.

The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® presented by SAG-AFTRA will be produced by Jeff Margolis Productions in association with Screen Actors Guild Awards®, LLC. For more information about the SAG Awards, SAG-AFTRA, TNT and TBS, visit sagawards.org/about, “like” us at facebook.com/sagawardsofficialpage, follow us at twitter.com/sagawards, follow us SAG Awards on Google+ at google.com/+SAGawards, on Instagram by following @sagawards, and on Tumblr at sagawards.tumblr.com.

Photos and graphics for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® are available at sagawards.org/media-pr/photos-and-artwork. The SAG Awards® press kit and nominee scorecard can be downloaded at sagawards.org/media-pr/press-kit.

 

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Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 2013 Golden Globes Announcement

With the Oscar nominations and Critics Choice Awards announced on Thursday, it was up to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) earlier this evening to try to get in one final round of awards before the two-week wait until the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the even longer wait until Oscar night. Normally, I don’t take the Golden Globes very seriously, mainly because they’re a very different group from either the critics or the people in the industry honoring their own. These are foreign entertainment journalists working in Los Angeles and let’s just say that they’ve earned a rep for being easy to buy.The most important thing to remember is that the HFPA has separate categories for Drama and Comedy/Musical, which makes it far more difficult when honing down the acting categories to possible winners at the Oscars. It also doesn’t help that only 15 of the 30 actors nominated in the various acting categories at the Golden Globes have also received Oscar nominations, since there are ten less slots.

In the past, the HFPA has gone with movies as their Best Picture that don’t necessarily end up winning Oscars in that category. You’d have to go all the way back to 2008’s Slumdog Millionaire to find a year when the Golden Globes’ pick in the drama category and Oscar’s Best Picture were one and the same. Before that? The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King five years earlier. In fact, some might even consider winning a Golden Globe in the Best Picture category to be bad luck or some kind of jinx in terms of an Oscar win going by their track record. Okay, maybe I’m going a bit far there since last year’s Oscar Best Picture winner wasThe Artist, which won the Golden Globe in the Comedy/Musical category, the only movie since 2002’sChicago to take home that pair.

_Argo_afleckSo where does that leave last night’s Drama winner Argo (Warner Bros.), which won the Critics Choice award a few nights earlier? It was going up against four other films in the Drama category that received Oscar nominations with only two of them that had corresponding directing nominations. This win came after the big surprise of the night as Ben Affleck won Best Director for the movie, his second win of the week and second since being snubbed for an Oscar nomination in the directing category. Argo really didn’t feel like a “Golden Globe”-type movie, but clearly audiences have taken to the movie and that’s also true with the journalists of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Or maybe they just had easier access to Affleck during the nomination process? Who knows, but having Affleck win two precursors and potentially winning the DGA as well leaves us with an Oscar category in which the director who wins on Oscar night may be doing so without any previous win. Except maybe the DGA. We have to keep in mind that it’s been a long time since a movie won Best Picture at the Oscars without having its director at least nominated.

Going by the last few years, Argo‘s win at the Golden Globes may pretty much end its awards run as now we get to the industry guilds and the Academy itself who rarely go with the same selection. What’s really going to be telling is the next few awards, starting with the Producers Guild’s award on January 26, the SAG Ensemble on January 27 and the DGA shortly after. One of those three groups could also pick Argo… or something else entirely. Basically, there are too many good movies in the running this year, so we shouldn’t be too surprised if we start seeing more support for some of the other movies in the running.

There were only two movies in the Comedy/Musical category that received Best Picture nominations, David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and the musical Les Misérables. These two were considered the strongest contenders to win the category depending on which way the HFPA members went with, neither having a corresponding directing nomination to give us a hint. When it comes down to it, the HFPA love their musicals–one of the reasons why they have this category–so it seemed that Les Misérables would be an easy choice for them.

What’s interesting is that all three of the movies mentioned above are up for the SAG Ensemble award along with Spielberg’s Lincoln (DreamWorks), another potential frontrunner, and whichever one wins that night may make it far more obvious which way the Academy may go when selecting their best picture.

As far as the acting categories, Jennifer Lawrence won in the Comedy/Musical category for Silver Linings Playbook, which kept her away from her strongest competition in the Oscar actress category, Jessica Chastain, who in turn won in the Drama category for Zero Dark Thirty. Like Daniel Day-Lewis and Anne Hathaway winning in their respective categories, Lawrence and Chastain were the least surprising wins of the Golden Globes, although it now makes it a full-on heads up horse race for which one will win on Oscar night. At least Hugh Jackman had some competition worth considering in the Musical/Comedy category with all the recent support for Bradley Cooper in Russell’s comedy, but Jackman’s win further proved the HFPA’s love for musicals as Les Misérables won a few moments later.

Incidentally, this is the first time since 2005 that the Critics Choice and Golden Globes for Supporting Actor went to two different performances despite being one of the most consistent categories over the years. In 2005, the Critics Choice went to Paul Giamatti for Cinderella Man. He went on to receive the Screen Actors Guild’s honor in the category, while the Golden Globe went to George Clooney for Syriana for which he won the Oscar. In 2006, Eddie Murphy won all three precursors, but then lost the Oscar to Alan Arkin. Philip Seymour Hoffman winning over the critics and German actor winning the Golden Globe (from a group including many foreigners) opens things up for the Screen Actors Guild to go elsewhere since Waltz wasn’t nominated by them and that could determine who wins on Oscar night, which could very well be a third actor altogether. Either way, it’s great to have a category where there may be some surprises.

As far as the screenplay category, it’s not one I’d normally take seriously when it comes to the Golden Globes, but they followed the very different Broadcast Film Critics Association by giving the award to Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained two days earlier, so we have to start taking it seriously. Most people assumed that Mark Boal’s screenplay for Zero Dark Thirty had this in the bag on Oscar night, but there’s a chance the controversy the movie has stirred up–not to mention Mark Boal’s recent Oscar win… over Tarantino, in fact–could shift the advantage to Tarantino to win his first Oscar since Pulp Fiction.

Lastly, Animated Feature went to Disney•Pixar’s Brave as opposed to Disney’s own Wreck-It Ralph, which won the Critics Choice award, and the fact there isn’t one movie even those two groups agreed upon means that the Oscar is still anyone’s game.

Things may be a bit slow in terms of Oscar updates over the next few weeks though I do have a couple of ideas I’ll try to share while everyone else is at Sundance.

–source: edward douglas for comingsoon.net

 

Singer expected to unveil new single on Monday, his first solo material since 2006

Justin Timberlake in 2012

Photograph: Matt Sayles/AP

On Monday morning, Justin Timberlake is coming back. A surprise countdown on the singer’s website promises that something – expected to be a new single – will be released at the beginning of next week.

According to Billboard and the Hollywood Reporter, Timberlake has recorded around 20 songs for his third solo album. “Someone asked me the other day, ‘So are you just done with music?'” the 31-year-old said in a new video, posted to his website on Thursday. “[But] I don’t wanna put anything out that I don’t love … You have to wait for it.”

“Look I’ve only done two albums in 10 years,” Timberlake explained. “I’m the one that sits and is obsessive about it before you even get to hear it.” Yet now, for the first time since 2006’s FutureSex/LoveSounds, “I’m ready,” Timberlake said. The clip finishes with the singer standing by a microphone, wearing a pair of headphones.

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With Timberlake’s clock ticking down, his protege Justin Bieber weighed in: “u got a good reason to be ready,” Bieber tweeted. “i have heard some stuff … #greatmusic.”

Bieber also confirmed that Timberlake is collaborating with producer Timbaland. The engineer Carl Paul had previously tweeted that Timberlake was working with Timbaland, Beyoncé and Jay-Z. “Justin, Jay Z, Timberland (sic). New record Monday,” promised the New York DJCharlamagne Tha God.

In the six years since his last LP, Timberlake’s focus has been on acting. He was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award for his role in The Social Network, and also starred in Friends with Benefits and In Time. Still, the former *N Sync star’s biggest triumphs are musical: both of his albums topped the charts in the UK, garnering three Brit awards and selling more than 20m copies worldwide.

 

written by sean michaels for guardian.co.uk

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LOS ANGELES (Jan. 2, 2013) — Jeff Margolis, executive producer and director of the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, announced the team of talented producers and artists who will create this year’s ceremonies.

“We look forward to the SAG Awards® as an opportunity for fresh collaboration with an outstanding group of creative colleagues,” said Margolis, whose Jeff Margolis Productions produces the awards telecast, presented by SAG-AFTRA, in association with Screen Actors Guild Awards, LLC. “We take great pride in designing a memorable evening for both the community of actors at the awards ceremony and for our audience at home which has grown consistently year after year.”

Margolis has executive produced acting’s most glamorous evening since the 5th Annual SAG Awards and served as the telecast’s director since the 13th ceremony.

Kathy Connell has produced the Screen Actors Guild Awards® since its inception. Connell is also SAG-AFTRA’s assistant national executive director of awards and national programming.

The Awards Committee for Screen Actors Guild — Chair JoBeth Williams, Vice Chair Daryl Anderson, Committee members Scott BakulaShelley FabaresPaul Napier and Woody Schultz — oversees all stages of the production.

Supervising producers are Gloria Fujita O’Brien and Mick McCullough. Fujita O’Brien, who met Jeff Margolis on ABC’s primetime special airing of the “Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies,” has spearheaded project development and show production for Jeff Margolis Productions since 1988. McCullough was brought aboard to produce the “72nd Annual Miss America Pageant” in 1992. Twenty years later, Fujita O’Brien and McCullough continue to serve as producers on most Jeff Margolis Productions projects.

Executive in Charge of Production Benn Fleishman is a three-time Emmy® nominee for the HBO specials “Bill Maher…But I’m Not Wrong” (2010), “Ricky Gervais: Out of England” (2009) and “Bill Maher: The Decider” (2008). He most recently served as supervising producer on “George Lopez: It’s Not Me, it’s You” on HBO and the syndicated “A Hollywood Christmas Celebration at the Grove.” He line-produced the “Creative Arts Emmy Awards,” the “NewNowNext Awards” for Logo and the 2012 “Do Something Awards” for VH1.

Emmy-winning scribe Dave Boone joins the SAG Awards for the first time after years of writing for such awards shows as the TV Land Awards, the Golden Globes®, the Tony Awards® and the Academy Awards®. He recently finished writing for the 15th season of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” Boone and Jeff Margolis first collaborated on “The First Family’s Holiday Gift to America: A Tour of the White House” with President and Mrs. Clinton back in 2000.

Production designers John Shaffner & Joe Stewart have been honored with 34 Emmy nominations, an Art Directors Guild Award for the 2006 Emmy Awards, plus four Art Directors Guild nominations and five Emmys. Shaffner was the chair of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Board of Governors, while Stewart serves as chair of the Academy’s Governor’s Ball and Sculpture committees.

Lighting designer Jeffrey Engel is an Emmy-winner and 22-time Emmy nominee for such projects as the 63rd and 64th Academy Awards. He has also led the lighting design for “The 78th Annual Miss America Pageant,” “The 79th Annual Miss America Pageant, “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy.”

Composer and conductor Lenny Stack is an Emmy-winner for music arranging for the “Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Special” and composer of the current SAG Awards theme. Stack is also the musical director for the Golden Globe ceremony.

Eight-time Emmy nominee Douglass M. Stewart Jr. will produce the film tribute saluting the accomplishments of SAG Life Achievement Award honoree Dick Van Dyke. Stewart is a veteran of 28 Oscar® telecasts, 13 Emmy shows and 20 Emmy nominations announcements.

Paul Fagen will produce the SAG Awards’ In Memoriam homage.  Fagen produces content for live events specializing in tributes and award shows. With his company P. Fagen Productions, he also produces/directs trailers, industrials and documentaries.

Quinn Monahan is producing the SAG Awards’ annual salute to union members. Monahan has created film packages for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Costume Designers Guild Awards.

Keith Greco will design the SAG Awards’ grand entrance and showroom décor. Among many recent entertainment and corporate projects, Greco Décor designed the premiere for Cirque du Soleil’s “Zarkana” debut in Las Vegas and spearheaded the construction of the world’s largest paper airplane for Red Bull. He also created the scenic components for the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park, which drew 50,000 visitors.

Maggie Barrett-Caulfield returns as the SAG Awards’ talent producer for the 12th year.

Rosalind Jarrett Sepulveda, executive in charge of publicity, was the 2011 recipient of the ICG Publicists Bob Yeager Award for community service. She was previously honored with the Publicists Guild’s 1986 and 1991 Maxwell Weinberg Showmanship Awards.

SAG Awards coordinating producer Jon Brockett began his career at SAG in 1996 at the New York office in production development and later served as interim co-director of SAG Indie. He joined the SAG Awards in 1998.

Cynthia Kistler has served as the SAG Awards’ associate producer since 2002 — and previously was the Awards’ production manager, 1999-2001. She most recently was associate producer on the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, the 2012 “Do Something Awards” for VH1, the “NewNowNext Awards” for Logo, and the syndicated “A Hollywood Christmas Celebration at the Grove.”

SAG Awards event supervisor Andrea Wyn Schall, a two-time Special Events Gala award nominee and author of “Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget,” coordinates the Awards’ event design and logistics.  She and Greco create the Champagne Taittinger toast that opens the SAG Awards Red Carpet.

Lucques Catering, under the direction of celebrated restaurateurs Suzanne Goin, a James Beard award-winning chef, and business partner Caroline Styne, will cater the SAG Awards for the fourth year in a row. Goin and Styne own three of Los Angeles’ hottest restaurants: Lucques, Tavern and A.O.C. They’re in the process of expanding their empire (which includes The Larder at Tavern and The Larder on Maple Drive), with The Larder at Burton Way, The Larder at Tavern at the Tom Bradley International Terminal, and a new restaurant concept in Montecito. They share the SAG Awards’ philosophy of “going green” in their choices of food purveyors and culinary practices, while offering the impeccable service that a televised awards show requires.

Lucques’ menu will be complemented by Champagne Taittinger’s Brut La Française, which is also served in the Champagne Taittinger toast that opens the SAG Awards Red Carpet each year.

Punctuating the dinner table design will be the classic Hollywood-inspired floral arrangements by Christopher Matsumoto of C.J. Matsumoto & Sons. C.J. Matsumoto & Sons was co-named Best Florist by Southern California Meetings and Events Magazine in their 2010 Best of Industry Awards.

While the showroom is being transformed, rising in the Shrine’s east parking lot is the tent housing the post-awards gala hosted by People, the world’s most successful and popular magazine, and the Entertainment Industry Foundation, a philanthropic leader in the entertainment industry for 70 years, to honor the charitable endeavors of SAG-AFTRA members.  EIF and People not only throw the fabulous SAG Awards after-party to honor actors charitable endeavors but also make a generous annual donation to support the SAG Foundation.

 

The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards presented by SAG-AFTRA will be produced by Jeff Margolis Productions in association with Screen Actors Guild Awards, LLC. For more information about the SAG Awards, SAG-AFTRA, TNT and TBS, visit sagawards.org/about, “like” us at facebook.com/sagawardsofficialpage, follow us at twitter.com/sagawards, follow us SAG Awards on Google+ at google.com/+SAGawards, on Instagram by following@sagawards, and on Tumblr at sagawards.tumblr.com.

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SAG Awards have been one of the major awards events in Hollywood since 1995. Nominations for the awards come from 4200 randomly selected members of the union, with the full membership (120,000 as of 2007) available to vote for the winners. The awards have been televised for the past several years on TNT, but now also airs on TBS.

The inaugural SAG Awards aired live on February 25, 1995 from Stage 12, Universal Studios. The second SAG awards aired live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, while subsequent awards have been held at the Shrine Exposition Center.  Bob Hope was given the first award.

Steven Spielberg‘s “Lincoln,” the musical epic Les Miserables and the romantic comedy “Silver Linings Playbook” dominated the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations with four nominations apiece. Also honored with ensemble nominations were the casts from “Argo” and “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.”
The 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards presentation is to be carried live on TNT and TBS on Jan. 27 from the Shrine Auditorium & Exposition Center in Los Angeles. As previously announced, Dick Van Dyke is set to receive the guild’s lifetime achievement award.

SAG Awards 2013: The Complete Nominees

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Leading Role

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Role

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Supporting Role

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Supporting Role

VIDEO: Highlights from the Envelope Screening Series

Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture

Argo (Warner Bros. Pictures)

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (FOX Searchlight)

Les Misérables (Universal Pictures)

Lincoln (Touchstone Pictures)

  • Daniel Day-lewis / Abraham Lincoln
  • Sally Field / Mary Todd Lincoln
  • Joseph Gordon-levitt / Robert Todd Lincoln
  • Hal Holbrook / Preston Blair
  • Tommy Lee Jones / Thaddeus Stevens
  • James Spader / W.N. Bilbo
  • David Strathairn / William Seward

Silver Linings Playbook (The Weinstein Company)

  • Bradley Cooper / Pat
  • Robert De Niro / Pat, Sr.
  • Anupam Kher / Dr. Cliff Patel
  • Jennifer Lawrence / Tiffany
  • Chris Tucker / Danny
  • Jacki Weaver / Dolores

STORY: SAG award nominations: Cable dramas and network sitcoms dominate

PRIMETIME TELEVISION

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Drama Series

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Drama Series

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Comedy Series

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Comedy Series

Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Drama Series

Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

  • Steve Buscemi / Enoch “Nucky” Thompson
  • Chris Caldovino / Tonino Sandrelli
  • Bobby Cannavale / Gyp Rosetti
  • Meg Chambers Steedle / Billie Kent
  • Charlie Cox / Owen Sleater
  • Jack Huston / Richard Harrow
  • Patrick Kennedy / Dr. Douglas Mason
  • Anthony Laciura / Eddie Kessler
  • Kelly Macdonald / Margaret Thompson
  • Gretchen Mol / Gillian Darmody
  • Vincent Piazza / Lucky Luciano
  • Paul Sparks / Mickey Doyle
  • Michael Stuhlbarg / Arnold Rothstein
  • Shea Whigham / Elias “Eli” Thompson
  • Anatol Yusef / Meyer Lansky

Breaking Bad (AMC)

Downton Abbey (PBS)

  • Hugh Bonneville / Robert, Earl Of Grantham
  • Zoe Boyle / Lavinia Swire
  • Laura Carmichael / Lady Edith Crawley
  • Jim Carter / Mr. Carson
  • Brendan Coyle / John Bates
  • Michelle Dockery / Lady Mary Crawley
  • Jessica Brown Findlay / Lady Sybil Crawley
  • Siobhan Finneran / O’brien
  • Joanne Froggatt / Anna
  • Iain Glen / Sir Richard Carlisle
  • Thomas Howes / William
  • Rob James-collier / Thomas
  • Allen Leech / Tom Branson
  • Phyllis Logan / Mrs. Hughes
  • Elizabeth Mcgovern / Cora, Countess Of Grantham
  • Sophie Mcshera / Daisy
  • Lesley Nicol / Mrs. Patmore
  • Amy Nuttall / EThel
  • David Robb / Dr. Clarkson
  • Maggie Smith / Violet, Dowager Countess Of Grantham
  • Dan Stevens / MatThew Crawley
  • Penelope Wilton / Isobel Crawley / Gomez

Homeland (Showtime)

Mad Men (AMC)

PHOTOS: 2013 SAG Award nominees

Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Comedy Series

30 Rock (NBC)

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Glee (FOX)

Modern Family (ABC)

Nurse Jackie (Showtime)

  • Mackenzie Aladjem / Fiona Peyton
  • Eve Best / Dr. Ellie O’hara
  • Bobby Cannavale / Dr. Mike Cruz
  • Jake Cannavale / Charlie Cruz
  • Peter Facinelli / Dr. Fitch Cooper
  • Edie Falco / Jackie Peyton
  • Dominic Fumusa / Kevin Peyton
  • Arjun Gupta / Sam
  • Lenny Jacobson / Lenny
  • Ruby Jerins / Grace Peyton
  • Paul Schulze / Eddie Walzer
  • Anna Deavere Smith / Gloria Akalitus
  • Stephen Wallem / Thor Lundgren
  • Merritt Wever / Zoey Barkow

The Office (NBC)

SAG AWARDS HONORS FOR STUNT ENSEMBLES

Outstanding Action Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Motion Picture

Outstanding Action Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Television Series

  • Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
  • Breaking Bad (AMC)
  • Game Of Thrones (HBO)
  • Sons Of Anarchy (FX)
  • The Walking Dead (AMC)

Life Achievement Award

Screen Actors Guild 49th Annual Life Achievement Award

  • Dick Van Dyke

~ the complete list nominees article taken from latimes.com

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