domingo, fevereiro 06, 2005
Clint Eastwood e Hillary Swank protagonizam um dos preferidos nos Oscares.
Though it was Sideways that took home the Best Ensemble Cast honor, Million Dollar Baby was the biggest winner at the Screen Actors Guild awards, nabbing two trophies and positioning itself as the movie to beat at the Oscars. Best Actress Hilary Swank (who bested competitor Annette Bening in their first showdown) and Best Supporting Actor Morgan Freeman were the Baby faves, with other winning movies only getting one award each. Jamie Foxx, who's on an unstoppable roll, won Best Actor for Ray, while The Aviator, which leads the Academy Award nominations, only won Best Supporting Actress for Cate Blanchett (her first major award of the season). Trumping all comers, though, was Sideways, which proved it's still a contender by stealing the Ensemble Cast award from the heavy hitters.
Over on the TV side, it was (once again) all about the Desperate Housewives, with Teri Hatcher taking home her second award of the season (after the Golden Globes) and the show itself winning Best Comedy Ensemble. On the dramatic end of things, a posthumous award was given to Jerry Orbach for Law & Order, while Jennifer Garner was the surprise honoree for dramatic actress for Alias. Geoffrey Rush (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) and Glenn Close (The Lion in Winter) repeated their Golden Globe honors by taking home the actor and actress awards for TV movies/miniseries.
Here's the list of winners:
Ensemble Cast: Sideways
Ensemble in a Drama Series: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Ensemble in a Comedy Series: Desperate Housewives
LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: James Garner