The actors greeted their peers during the 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards sponsored by Kristen Bell. Here are the best moments of the show!
The Actors Guild Awards on Sunday gave us a clearer idea of which stars should write their Oscar. speeches, but the program (and its first presenter, Kristen Bell) left us a little confused about the role of the "Yo también" and Time & # 39; s Up movements in this awards season.
These are the moments that people had talking:
1. The Time & # 39; s Up hands were MIA
The color returned to the SAG red carpet (although in almost muted tones) after the Golden Globes blackout, but the Time & # 39; s Up pins that so many The stars they wore on January 7 were few and far between. Reese Witherspoon, who helped launch the women's group for equality on New Year's Day, was not wearing one in her emerald dress by Zac Posen. Get Out star Allison Williams demoted her, fixing her on her clutch instead of her Ralph & Russo dress.
Time & # 39; s Up and "Me Too" were not completely forgotten: they were mentioned on the red carpet and at various points throughout the program, but compared to the Globes, the SAGs were an unprecedented affair.
More: Quotes from Time & # 39; s Up heard on the red carpet
William H. Macy in the backstage: & # 39; It's hard to be a man these days & # 39;
2. Greetings to those who break the silence
The most genuine moment of "Me too" came when Marisa Tomei greeted her co-host Rosanna Arquette, one of the actresses whose careers suffered after rejecting the sexual advances of Harvey Weinstein. "We all owe him a debt of gratitude," said Tomei.
Arquette choked while reciting a list of other people who had spoken: "Asia Argento, Annabella Sciorra, Ashley Judd, Daryl Hannah, Mira Sorvino …" Tomei added the name of Anthony Rapp, the first man to accuse Kevin Spacey Then Arquette added one more: Olivia Munn, who spoke against the director / producer Brett Ratner.