There was a great deal for the Weinstein Company to celebrate after the SAG Awards in LA yesterday. They hosted a bash at the Chateau Marmont honouring this year's crop of films, including The Iron Lady, The Artist and My Week With Marilyn. The star of the latter film, Michelle Williams, took home a statue at the recent Golden Globe Awards, but yesterday, it was The Artist's Jean Dujardin who was onstage accepting an honour. Michelle attended the after party nonetheless, still decked out in her red Valentino gown. She made the rounds chatting up Bérénice Bejo, while another of the evening's winners, Modern Family's Sofia Vergara, had a moment with Jean. There was a lot more action going down at Harvey Weinstein's event — click through to see who else turned out, and be sure to check out all of our SAG Awards coverage.
The SAG Awards red carpet gave us quite the frock-show yesterday, and now it's time to round up the fashion stats. From Emma Stone's flirty Alexander McQueen frock to the Glee teams' collective glamour, from Rose Byrne's unexpected onesie to Viola Davis's glamorous Marchesa gown, click through to see all the details on who wore what to the 2012 SAGs.
Angelina Jolie attended yesterday's SAG Awards with long-time partner — and nominee — Brad Pitt. The couple were captured showing PDA in lots of sexy shots. Angelina wasn't just about her man, though, since she let loose on the red carpet and got chatty inside during the show. We're taking a look at her most social moments, like when she was deep in conversation with Tilda Swinton, laughed with Zoe Saldana, and posed with Modern Family's young winners — click through to see all of Angelina's friendly visits and make sure to check out all of the SAG Awards pictures!
Yesterday's SAG Awards were full of fun from both big and small screen celebrities. Brad Pitt, Sofia Vergara, Michelle Williams, Viola Davis, Steve Carell and more mingled inside the event and got up to pose for photos during breaks from the show. We've already taken a look at Brad and Angelina's cutest moments, the gorgeous red carpet dresses, and the best stage snaps, so now check out all the stars getting candid at the dinner table!
As always, no red-carpet style is ever really complete without a few glamorous add-ons. We broke down the night's jaw-dropping looks, but now we're giving the glittering details a closer look — what would each of these ensembles be without a pair of statement jewels, heels, or a perfect clutch in tow to tie it all together? Upon closer inspection, we're seeing major jewel-drop earrings, mega-watt arm candy, statement clutches, and standout heels with bold embellishments and metallic finishes. Each of these stunning accoutrements is out to prove it really is all in the details. Click through to see every gorgeous piece.
The Help's Win, Love For 30 Rock and Modern Family, a Scorsese Drinking Game — Highlights From the SAG Awards!
Michelle Williams was the first presenter at this today's SAG Awards, handing the outstanding supporting actor statue to Christopher Plummer from Beginners. Octavia Spencer took home the corresponding statue for her work in The Help.
On the TV end, Alec Baldwin squealed with delight when he was named best actor in a comedic series, and an especially stunned Betty White, from Hot in Cleveland, dedicated her prize to her leading ladies Wendie Malick, Valerie Bertinelli and Jane Leeves. The child actors from Modern Family, Ariel Winter, Rico Rodriguez, and Nolan Gould, got a chance to take the podium when their series won outstanding cast in a comedy. Miniseries accolades went to two absent stars: Kate Winslet for Mildred Pierce and Paul Giamatti for Too Big to Fail.
Bridesmaids' Maya Rudolph, Kristin Wiig and Melissa McCarthy brought some comedic relief when onstage introducing their film as a contender in the best ensemble category. The trio came to the stage armed with vodka, beer and champagne, and introduced a drinking game based around the word "Scorsese." Jessica Lange then followed up on her Golden Globes win with another victory in the category of best dramatic actress on a TV series for American Horror Story. Steve Buscemi won an Actor for his leading role on HBO's Boardwalk Empire. TV ensemble in a drama honours went to Steve's whole cast, giving him an additional opportunity to invoke his producer Martin Scorsese's name as an excuse for a drink.
There was a slight upset in the best actor in a film category — The Artist's Jean Dujardin beat out Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Demián Bichir and George Clooney. Viola Davis claimed the best female actor in a motion picture for The Help, and beamed from the stage in her Marchesa gown. Further acclaim went to the cast of Viola's movie, with their Actor statues being handed off by none other than Brad Pitt. We've rounded up the full list of 2012 SAG Award winners, and be sure to check out all the action from celebrities on the SAGs red carpet!
The SAG Awards were sadly a pretty straight-laced affair when it came to celebrity manicures, with many of the stars who walked the red carpet skipping the polish altogether. Of the stars we did spot with a fresh manicure, most played it safe with either a classic dark shade, neutral pinks and greys, or a French manicure. Thankfully Michelle Williams added some colour to the mix, Kelly Osbourne kept things on-trend with glitter nails and Kaley Cuoco kept a trend alive.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were seated front and centre for today's Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA. Angelina and Brad met up with George Clooney and Stacy Keibler on the red carpet, but once inside they had Jonah Hill on one side and Tilda Swinton on the other. Angelina and Tilda were spotted chatting throughout the show, and of course they all paid respects to the winners, but most of the time the King and Queen of Hollywood only had eyes for each other. Alec Baldwin and The Artist winner Jean Dujardin both stopped by to say hello to Brad. The only time Angelina was left alone, though, was when Brad took the stage to present the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a movie award.
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Awards season saw another glamorous outing with the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA today. Stars from both the big and small screens brought even more great looks with plenty of ladies stepping out in neutrals. Presenter Zoe Saldana glowed in a white Givenchy Couture gown straight from the Paris runways, while Bridesmaids' Kristen Wiig chose a Balenciaga halter. Viola Davis, who won best actress and best picture for The Help, got gorgeous in a strapless Marchesa, and her winning co-star Octavia Spencer donned Tadashi Shoji. The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies wore a custom beaded Calvin Klein Collection as she arrived on the arm of her husband Keith Lieberthal.
There were a few fun pops of colour today, including a group that matched the carpet in red. Best actress nominee Michelle Williams looked sweet in a lace Valentino gown and Lanvin clutch, and Kyra Sedgwick showed skin in a cut-out Pucci that displayed her rib tattoo of her family's initials. Modern Family's Sofia Vergara continued her sexy streak in a strapless pink Marchesa dress and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, which were front and centre when she took the stage with her co-stars to accept the best TV comedy ensemble statue. Emily Blunt got bright in a green Oscar de la Renta next to husband John Krasinski, and The Help's Jessica Chastain went with a bold blue Calvin Klein.
Angelina Jolie led the pack of black looks in a slinky Jenny Packham gown, and Ashlee Simpson followed suit in a sequin number by the same designer when she arrived with boyfriend and Boardwalk Empire nominee Vincent Piazza. Emma Stone mixed things up with a short McQueen and 30 Rock's Tina Fey went strapless in Versace. Melissa McCarthy, who was nominated for Bridesmaids, joined the dark-hued dresses in navy Badgley Mischka. There was so much exciting fashion and beauty on today's red carpet so be sure to vote on all of our SAG Awards polls here!
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From thigh-high slits to skin-baring cutouts there was no shortage of sultry style at the SAG Awards. Sure, decolletage has its place on the red carpet, but today A-listers swapped lower necklines for more unexpected skin-revealing accents. While some, like Lea Michele in Versace, amped up the sex appeal by showing a little leg, others, like Kyra Sedgwick in a fiery Pucci and Jayma Mays in sparkly Reem Acra, turned up the statement power with cut-out accents. Now we're taking a look at all the leading ladies that glammed up the carpet with their takes on the trend.