Everything Everywhere All at Once was the big winner at Sunday night’s 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis won best lead actress and best supporting actress for Everything Everywhere All at Once, respectively. And their co-star Ke Huy Quan also was a winner, noting that he is now the first Asian actor to win the SAG Award for best supporting male when accepting his award.
Brendan Fraser won best lead actor for The Whale.
On the TV side, the cast of Abbott Elementary was named best comedy series ensemble, while The White Lotus cast won the award for best TV drama series ensemble.
The White Lotus scored another win for Jennifer Coolidge, who was named best actress in a drama series, while Ozark star Jason Bateman was named best drama series actor.
Jean Smart, who recently revealed she is recovering from a heart procedure, won best actress in a comedy series for Hacks. Her co-star Christopher McDonald accepted the award on her behalf. Jeremy Allen White won best actor in a comedy series for The Bear.
Other winners were announced in the categories of best male and female actor in a TV movie or limited series, which went to Sam Elliott for 1883 and Jessica Chastain for George & Tammy.
The winners for best stunt ensembles in film and TV were revealed during the preshow, with Top Gun: Maverick and Stranger Things taking the honors, respectively. (Check out the star-studded red carpet arrivals here.)
Heading into the ceremony, The Banshees of Inisherin and Everything Everywhere All at Once topped this year’s nominations with five nods each, including in the top category of best cast.
(Excerpt) Read more in: The Hollywood Reporter