The 2014 SAG Awards winners were revealed on January 18 during the ceremony hosted on TNT, with presenters including Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Tina Fey, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jeremy Renner, and many more. Unlike the Oscars, the Screen Actors Guild Awards acknowledge both film and television -- and unlike the Golden Globes, they recognize ensemble casts in addition to individual performances. The
The 2013 SAG Awards were a dark affair. No, really -- most of the celebs showed up in dark colors, with lots of black and dark blue on the red carpet. There were also plenty of side parts and one-shoulder cascades of waves when it came to hair...
The 2013 SAG Awards featured lots of dark dresses, and while there were plenty of hits, there were also some high-profile misses. It's hard to mess up basic black -- but several of our favorite stars did just that.
Julianne Moore disappointed yet again, while Claire Danes followed up her fiery Golden Globes frock with a big, sloppy disappointment.
Meanwhile, January Jones was trying to be fashion
Jennifer Lawrence was rumored to be missing the 2013 SAG Awards because she was suffering from a bout with pneumonia. But you didn't think a little pneumonia could keep the woman who brought Katniss Everdeen to life down, did you?
Lawrence showed up to the festivities in a simple midnight blue Dior Haute Couture gown, looking like she kicked her illness's butt and then some.
The King's Speech and The Fighter were the big winners of the night in the film categories at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, while Boardwalk Empire took home the most prominent honors on the television side. My friend from New England says The Fighter with Mark Walberg is a great film and I'm looking forward to seeing it. Christian Bale and Melissa Leo swept the supporting honors for their roles