SAG Awards

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Untinged by cynicism

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The story of Shirley Temple is as hard to credit as the notion that one of the greatest stars of the 1930s is still alive. One of the greatest stars? Very well, I'll come clean: this sublime Santa…

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All stars, all the time

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Forget the funny monologues, those song-and-dance numbers and the odd acceptance speech by sound effects editors and makeup artists: When it comes to the SAG Awards, it's all about the actors.

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Small is beautiful

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If a case can be made that the female nominees and performances in this year's bigscreen dramas lack the excitement and passion of years past, there might be a reasonable explanation.

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All for one

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In a world gone mad with kudocasts, every presenting group is looking for a way to rise above the fray. The Academy Awards have venerability and that iconic gold guy on their side. For the Screen…

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That was then

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In her heyday, Shirley Temple's popularity would be equivalent to a child star today outselling the movies of Tom Cruise or Julia Roberts. But America in the '30s was arguably a less jaded period for…

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SAG nods add presenters

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The SAG Awards have added Amy Adams, Pierce Brosnan, Sandra Bullock, Morgan Freeman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sean Hayes, Terrence Howard, Heath Ledger, William H. Macy, Christopher Meloni and Ziyi Zhang as…

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SAG selects presenters

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SAG has announced that Naveen Andrews, Patricia Arquette, Benjamin Bratt, Marg Helgenberger, Felicity Huffman, Eva Longoria, Ellen Pompeo, SAG President Alan Rosenberg, William Shatner, David…

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