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‘A Star Is Born’ Tops SAG Awards Nominations, Snubs Abound

NEW YORK (AP) — “A Star Is Born” led nominations for the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nods including best ensemble on Wednesday, firmly establishing Bradley Cooper’s romantic revival as this year’s Academy Awards front runner.

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SAG Awards: Kerry Washington Says Actors Should Never ‘Stop Fighting’ Trump

Actor-producer Kerry Washington wore a safety pin to the politically charged 2017 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards on Sunday “to show solidarity” with the activists protesting President Donald Trump’s executive actions on border security and his temporary suspension of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.

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SAG Awards: Sarah Paulson Uses Acceptance Speech to Urge Donations to ACLU

Actress Sarah Paulson won Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries at the SAG Awards Sunday night and used her acceptance speech to encourage the audience and those watching at home to donate to the American Civil Liberties Union to help fund its efforts to combat President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban.

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SAG Awards 2017 Nominations: Complete List

The nominations for the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards were announced on Wednesday morning, and, as usual, there are some notable snubs and surprises.

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Conservative to Liberal? Michael Keaton Award Speeches Differ Dramatically in One Year

Michael Keaton joined his fellow Spotlight cast members onstage at Saturday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, where the troupe earned the evening’s highest Best Ensemble honor — but in his acceptance speech remarks, the actor seemingly abandoned the conservative-minded message about the value of hard work he delivered at last year’s Golden Globes to adopt a more progressive-minded message about fairness.

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Viola Davis on #OscarsSoWhite: ‘Diversity is Not a Trending Topic’

Actress Viola Davis weighed in on the #OscarsSoWhite controversy at Saturday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, telling reporters backstage that openness “is more important” than a boycott of the Academy Awards and lamenting what she called our “society of trending topics.”