Glenn Close and Rami Malek, Mahershala Ali and Emily Blunt. And so the ”Black panther”. It was the big winners when the U.S. skådespelarfack the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) handed out their annual awards at a star-studded gala in Los Angeles. However, they got nominated for "A star is born" to go home empty-handed.
SAG-the party is often considered to be one of the largest fingervisningarna about how it will go at the Oscars in late February, where the actor has a big part of the cast. This year they liked so Glenn Close's performance in Björn Runges ”The wife” and Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in ”Bohemian rhapsody” at their very best.
the Duo also took home skådespelarpriserna at the Golden Globes earlier in January, and are now favourites to win a Oscarsstatyett.
" She do something very difficult – she feels as much as possible, but show as little as possible. It is a kind of acting that can fall into obscurity if you don't have an eye on the subtle nuances, " said Björn Runge to the TT when the Close last week Oscarsnominerades.
has won a number of prizes on the road to Oscar, and his performance in the ”Green book” was awarded with a statuette, even on Sunday night. The only skrällen, which was huge, was that Emily Blunt was awarded for the horror film ”A quiet place”. However, she is not nominated for an Oscar for the role.
the Biggest winner was perhaps the ”Black panther”. The film won the award for best ensemble, and for Oscarsgissarna it was an important clue. The last few decades, close to one-half, eleven of the 23 films, which won the category since gone and won an Oscar for best film.
the television series was awarded. On komedisidan became the grand slam for ”The marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, which took home all the three prices series could get – best ensemble, best actress (Rachel Brosnahan) and best actor (Tony Shalhoub).
the Favorites Sandra Oh (”Killing Eve”) and Jason Bateman (”Ozark”) had to go home with the prizes for best actor in a drama series.
the Oscars take place on 24 February at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.