Sunday night was the most memorable night for the whole team of “Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri.” The reason behind this was the movie has cornered some best awards at the Screen Actors Guild Awards which was held on Sunday. It has managed to corner the best ensemble, best actress, and best supporting actor prizes. It has got trophies for best ensemble cast, best actress for Frances McDormand for portraying a grieving mother and best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell. On the other side, the central point of the show was women’s empowerment. Talking about this, Gabrielle Carteris, President of SAG-Aftra, said that Truth is power and women are stepping into their power. She further said, “We are in the midst of a cultural shift.”
On the other side, Gary Oldman won the best actor award for his performance as Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour.” Oldman stated, “I am so deeply honoured and proud to win this magnificent award.”
The winners are “Three Billboards” for best picture, Frances McDormand for best actress and Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) for best actor. Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”) is in the lead for the best-supporting-actress, while Sam Rockwell, of “Three Billboards,” is the favourite for best-supporting actor.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards is like a first phase to get selected for Oscar winners. The prize on Sunday has revealed the strong competition of race toward the Oscar prizes.
A few days back, Mr Franco, who was first nominated for the best lead actor for the movie “The Disaster Artist,” was accused of sexually abuse by five women. On the other hand, Ansari also accused by the same who was nominated for the best actor award for his comedy series “Master of None.” NBC’s this is us has won the best drama series award, and the best drama series actor award goes to Sterling K. Brown.