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Jenna Ortega didn’t win a Screen Actors Guild Award, but she took the web by storm: Meet the winners

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“All at Once” took top spot at the awards and remains an Oscar favorite.

actress Jenna Ortega She was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for her critically acclaimed role in . “Wednesday” from Netflix, took the web by storm but failed to win an award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

And the young actress came on stage and presented the category aubrey square, Both are known for characters with somewhat darker personalities.

In fact, both attitudes had the attendees laughing, making it one of the most viral moments of the night.

– “I don’t know why they put us together,” assured Plaza, earnest.

– “I know, we have nothing in common,” replied 20-year-old Ortega.

“We have to find the people who did this,” added the White Lotus actress, before the two chanted at the same time.

– “Okay, okay,” he concluded.

You can watch Jenna Ortega’s viral moment at the Actors Guild Awards here

@netflix Jenna Ortega and Aubrey Plaza #sagawards was perfect #netflix ♬ Original Sound – Netflix

Winner

movie “All at once” It swept the 29th Annual Awards, winning among other awards the most relevant award for recognizing the best cast or cast of a movie season.

movie directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert Already an Oscar favorite after winning four of the five awards it reached as a finalist at this gala in Los Angeles (USA) and also being crowned Critics’ Choice and Producer’s Syndicate Awards.

“I made my first film with Clark Gable, and over the years I’ve been told by various producers that Asians can’t do good roles… Now look at us!” and James Hong, 94, on stage by the rest of their colleagues as they collect prizes awarded by the Actors Guild.

Hong, whose filmmaking career has spanned seven decades, ended his speech by joking about the nationality of fellow filmmaker Jamie Lee Curtis.

The title “Everything Everywhere All At Once” (“Todo En Todos Partes Al Simo Tiempo” in Spanish) Michelle Yeoh to Curtis’ own victory as best supporting female performer.and to success Ke Huy Quan Best Supporting Actor.

The only film award of the night that didn’t go to work for the filmmaker popularly known as “Daniels” was for best lead actor ever made to an American. Brendan Fraser For his contributions to the psychological drama The Whale.

“My heart is about to burst. Thank you for acknowledging my career with its ups and downs, but I can say that I never gave up. You can join in groups.”

Winning the British BAFTA “Banshee of Inishelin”, Directed by Martin McDonagh, this was a big disappointment of the day as it didn’t win one of the five awards it was nominated for.

The SAG Life Achievement Award is the union’s annual recognition of actors for their professional and humanitarian achievements. Sally Field by the hands of Andrew Garfield with whom he worked on two “The Amazing Spider-Man” films (“The Amazing Spider-Man” in Spanish).

Similarly, a Latin expression that arrived led by Spanish Cubans Ana de Armas (“Blonde”), saw her aspirations cut short with a delivery that already left the Mexican out of the nominations diego bald (“Babylon”).

‘The White Lotus’ ends TV broadcast

The event also awards the best work on the small screen. This year, “The White Lotus” (HBO Max) and “Abbott Elementary” (ABC) winners in the Best Drama Series and Best Comedy Series categories respectively.

Both films started off as favorites after winning Golden Globes, and even “Abbott Elementary” (Spanish for “Abbott College”) was a Critics’ Choice star.

In addition to the best drama series, HBO Max Jennifer Coolidge best drama actress; one that could only be matched by Netflix, the main competitor in the platform market, Jason Bateman (“Ozark”) The male version of the genre.

For its part, ‘Abbott Elementary’ has an award for best performer Jean Samart (“Hack”, HBO Max) and Best Actor Jeremy Allen White (“The Bear”, Hulu).

finally, Sam Elliott She won best performer in a miniseries for her role in “1883” (Paramount+), and Jessica Chastain did the same thanks to the limited series “George & Tammy.”

The 29th edition of the Screen Actors Guild Awards will also be remembered as the first time one of America’s most important film awards has approached the streaming platform, as the gala aired in its entirety on Netflix’s YouTube channel.



Source: Biobiochile

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