The Black Panther Snatched the Stage as 25th SAG Awards Honored

Posted 2019/01/30 411 0

The hints of probable names for the next Oscar winner have been announced this gorgeous Sunday night at the ‘Shrine Auditorium’ in Los Angeles. Yes, it is unofficially approved since the SAG (Screen Actors Guide) Awards introduced back in 1995 that films and individual actor/actress usually accomplish the same spot at the same time. So now the anticipation is getting more confirmed that “Black Panther” is going to seize the spotlight of Oscar 2019 too. And don’t forget the name of Rami Malek and Glenn Close. They are also revealed as the probable Oscar winner names this year!

Sunday, 28th January was the night of festive as 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony honored the best initials of the film industry. The Awards gave trophies in total 15 film and television categories which were included with the marquee Ensemble awards.

To be Young, Gifted and Black. The Marvel film, “Black Panther” proved once again that they are going to steal the spotlight of this award season. By showing the wonderful performance, the superhero movie made the history of winning the first Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture’ status of all time. The Black Superhero overthrows the yearlong trending movies “A Star Is Born”, “BlacKKKlansman”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, and “Crazy Rich Asians”. “Black Panther” also won the Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble award.

Star of “The Wife”, Glenn Close and the front-man of the “Bohemian Rhapsody” respectively rounded up the best actress and best actor status in the Drama category. After missing the front role, Emily Blunt was able to win the best-supporting actress for her outstanding act in “A Quiet Place”. The moment of grabbing the first award of SAG for Emily Blunt was very emotional and loving as she won this prize for the movie which was directed by her beloved husband John Krasinski. Mahershala Ali nabbed the status in the male version for his supporting acting on “Green Book”.

Winning the three out of their four nominations, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” reached another level at the night. In the TV category, they won Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series. Both the best actor and actress awards in a Comedy Series have won by the stars of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, Tony Shalhoub, and Rachel Brosnahan respectively.

The emotional family series “This Is Us” took the Best Drama Ensemble Award to their home. The most nominated actor in this year Sterling K. Brown, unfortunately, couldn’t able to take any status at the gala night. He was in both team of “Black Panther” and “This Is Us”. “The Glow” won the best Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series. Jason Bateman from Ozark won the best male actor in  Drama Series, when Sandra Oh from the “Killing Eve” seize the female spot.

From others, Patricia Arquette won the Best Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie’ for her act on “Escape at Dannemora”. Darren Criss won the male version from this category for his outstanding act on “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”. Alan Alda was crowned with the Lifetime Achievement Award when legend Tom Hanks presented a moving tribute to him.

The winners praised and showed their honor to the related co-workers and the entire team. The gorgeous actress and ladies furnished the red carpet with some breathtaking costume which will stay followed throughout the year. The night was the night of honor, joy, and satisfaction. People are now starting their count for the next event after SAG, which is The Oscar Night.

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