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SAG Awards ~ A Summation

SO I watched “Downton Abbey” Episode 4 and I’m soooo glad I did! OMG! OMG! Can’t reveal anything now, but it is just…well, WOW! Powerful…I’ll write about it later…OMG…

MEANWHILE back on TBS a very sick Jennifer Lawrence was winning Best Actress for “Silver Linings Playbook” which I missed. But “Downton” ended five minutes early, and so I turned from PBS back to TBS and saw a very suave and satisfied Daniel Day-Lewis ascending the stage amidst applause. He had just clearly won for “Lincoln.” He gave a nice speech. Guess he’s going to win his third Oscar after all…but THEN…

Jude Law came out, also not looking well, and he announced that the winner of the Best Ensemble Award was “ARGO!”!!!!!!! Soooo happy to hear that! After what I just went through on Episode 4 of “Downton” I needed a lift! And it was very moved when “Argo” won and Ben Affleck was soooooo happy! And I was happy for him. SAG has a heart. And they bought the “poor Ben” story as Oscar Goddess Sasha Stone called it in a great piece at http://www.awardsdaily.com

It was really one of the best pieces she’s written on this season.And she says that the winning Oscar story is now “poor Ben” and wow! Is she right-on about that!

But Poor Ben was Happy Ben onstage at the SAGS tonight. He was practically dancing! This means that “Argo,” which he was famously snubbed for Best Director for two weeks ago, is now most likely going to win the Oscar for Best Picture. It won the PGA last night, and now this BIG WIN from the Actor’s Guild! Outtasight! I was sooo happy for him!

And of course, check out the other Happy Man Jeff Wells, who I thought I saw fly over the moon, with this news which he writes VERY well about over at wwww.hollywood-elsewhere.com.

“Lincoln” was supposed to win this tonight, and yes, it did get two awards. Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for Tommy Lee Jones, who didn’t even show up.

I think four of these winners will repeat on Oscar night. “Argo” for Best Picture, Anne Hathaway for Best Supporting Actress for “Les Miz”and Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor for “Lincoln.” Qu’venzhane Wallis is in the mix at the Oscars as she wasn’t tonight at the SAGS and neither was Emmanuelle Riva, BTW, for “Amour.” But Jennifer Lawrence has Harvey Weinstein behind her, and like Meryl Streep’s out-of-left-field win last year for “The Iron Lady,” he’ll do the same thing for Jennifer and she’s winning everything anyway. It’s a cake walk for him this year with Jennifer.

I think it’s safe to say that with Phillip Seymour Hoffman winning the BFCA award(Which he wasn’t there to pick up), Christophe Waltz winning the Golden Globe( which he WAS there to make a strange speech, with Tommie Lee Jones GLOWERING) then with Jones winning tonight at the SAGS and him NOT being there to accept, I think it’s safe to say that Supporting Actor is still a toss-up.

But everything else now seems locked down and sealed up “Argo”, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway.Done!

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Comments on: "SAG Awards ~ A Summation" (2)

  1. I don’t think meryl streep win was out of left field but if lawrence win i’m positive it will be out of left field since the best in the cathegory is Riva

  2. Riva all the way. Jenn law is too overrated she was not the best of the year. Damm popularity vote crap once again.

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