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Will SAG Awards winners repeat at the Oscars?

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The last two years, all five Screen Actors Guild film category winners have gone on to prevail at the Oscars, and for awards columnist Glenn Whipp, the awards are a reliable precursor to the Oscars.
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SAG Awards 2024: Will the winners go on to repeat at the Oscars? Click to view images

With its SAG Award, the fascinating, layered history lesson that is "Oppenheimer" is all but assured the Oscar

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Spirit Awards ceremony disrupted by protesters as 'Past Lives' takes top prize Click to view images

Even as pro-Palestinian protesters could be heard outside, the show continued, with awards going to "American Fiction," "The Holdovers" and "Anatomy of a Fall."

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Review: Netflix streams a SAG Awards graced by Barbra Streisand but also much of the usual Click to view images

An elegant, generous speech by the lifetime award recipient was a highlight, but having no ads didn't mean no interruptions: Post-podium interviews tested patience.

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'Star Trek' actor Kenneth Mitchell dies at 49 Click to view images

Kenneth Mitchell, who appeared in the TV series "Star Trek: Discovery," "Jericho" and "The Astronaut Wives Club," died Saturday after battling ALS.

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Anna Sawai's 'Shogun' role felt personal: Mariko is 'every woman in Japan who has suffered' Click to view images

Anna Sawai says she connected deeply with Lady Toda Mariko, her character in FX's "Shogun," and that she was encouraged by the creators' desire to avoid stereotypes of Japanese women.

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Comedian Shane Gillis quickly addressed his firing in his monologue on "Saturday Night Live," and then proceeded to walk a comedic tightrope.

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