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'Everything Everywhere All At Once' Sweeps SAG Awards With Oscars Right Around The Corner

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(L-R) Harry Shum Jr., Jenny Slate, Andy Le, Tallie Medel, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong, Stephanie Hsu, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Yeoh and Brian Le celebrate their SAG wins for "Everything Everywhere All at Once" on Sunday.
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The independent hit Everything Everywhere All At Once swept Sunday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, taking the best ensemble award and three other trophies for its cast.

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With its four wins, the multidimensional dramedy became the biggest winner in the 29 years of the SAG Awards, considered an important harbinger for the Oscars, as actors make up the biggest voting bloc in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

'Everything Everywhere All at Once' winners

Jamie Lee Curtis, James Hong, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Harry Shum Jr., Jenny Slate and Michelle Yeoh collected the SAG ensemble prize (the equivalent of the guild’s best picture award). In addition, Everything Everywhere All at Once was recognized for best lead actress for Yeoh, supporting actor for Quan, and Curtis for supporting actress.

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“This is not just for me,” Yeoh said in her acceptance speech. “This is for every little girl who looks like me…..So many of us need this. We want to be seen. We want to be heard.”

In other major guild awards presented over the last week, Everything Everywhere All at Once won the best picture award from the Producers Guild of America, while the film’s directors, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, won the top prize from the Directors Guild of America.

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Brendan Fraser, the star of The Whale, was named best lead actor.

In the television categories, Sam Elliott (1883), Jessica Chastain (George & Tammy), Jason Bateman (Ozark), Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus), Jeremy Allen White (The Bear), and Jean Smart (Hacks)won individual awards for performances.

The ensemble awards in TV went to The White Lotus (for drama and Abbott Elementary for comedy.

The stunt ensemble awards went to Top Gun: Maverick for film and Stranger Things for TV.

Sally Field was presented with the 58th SAG Life Achievement Award.

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