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I wasn’t even planning to care about the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG is such a depressing acronym), but then I saw Jennifer Carpenter in this dress.
Love this dress. Love it. Love her hair, too. Love that the shoes are staying out of it. A fan.
So now I have to ask: What’s up with her and Michael C. Hall? I have a history of caring too much about this couple and I’ve tried to be good but I’m afraid I’ve been sucked back in.
I believe the “Dexter” couple’s divorce was finalized in December, but I read that they were out on a candlelit date and even kissed — and “the next morning” they were spotted having coffee. That was maybe two weeks ago.
I also saw this blind item via BlindGossip.com:
“Which Golden Globe-winning TV star’s short-lived marriage ended because he couldn’t curb his sex add*ction? The twice-married hunk was attending 12-step meetings to cure his cravings, but when he relapsed, his actress wife told him to hit the road!”
Everyone thinks that’s MCH. So is he a sex addict? Is that his marriage issue? Both times? Are he and Jennifer trying again anyway? What is the deal? And how can I stop caring? Is there a 12-step program for me?
The Golden Globe Awards are a joke. I always think of that show as 5 guys in a basement swooning over their favorite celebs (which is how things like “The Tourist” get nominated.) It’s fun, but you can’t take it seriously.
The Screen Actors Guild, on the other hand, is made up of just about every working actor imaginable — from A-list to Z-list. So I take it a bit more seriously. But not half as seriously as they take it, with all the self-congratulatory “And I’m an actor!” horseshite.
The fashions reflect that, too. We’re seeing some serious “try” happening at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards — and I don’t just mean Angie Harmon trying to steal the show by marrying herself in that huge dress.
Some stars are using this opportunity to experiment and I appreciate the effort, even if several young ladies seemed to miss the DON’T CLASH WITH THE RED CARPET memo. Other stars (Lea Michele!) have either given up or don’t think the SAG Awards are worth their A-game.
Saving the best for the Oscars?
I don’t really care too much about “Glee,” but the “Glee” crowd is all over the SAGs. I love what Dianna Agron and Amber Riley are doing … and not much else. Dianna kinda reminds me of Emma Roberts in this look, for some reason. The eyes?
See. This is how you get noticed. Ariel Winter is the younger of the two “Modern Family” sisters and she usually gets overshadowed. Not tonight. She keeps it sweet and understated and perfect for her age. Her on-screen sister didn’t get the same memo.
Thank God. I didn’t like how Julianna Margulies looked at the Golden Globes and ever since someone said I looked like her (about 15 years ago) I’ve always tied my fortunes to her. She looks gorgeous here (and nothing like me, which is the best compliment I could give her). And I’ve just started watching “The Good Wife,” which is pretty darn good even if I’m upset that she’s winning awards over my “Mad Men” family.
As long as Sofia Vergara wears a tight, bright dress with her boobs popping out, she’ll make the best dressed list.
This is much, much better than what Natalie Portman wore to the Golden Globes. That red flower? So tacky. This is classy.
It’s always news when Helena Bonham Carter doesn’t pull a Bjork. I love her either way, but it’s nice to see she doesn’t just overdo it for shock value. Sometimes she does do understated — and she does it well.
Lots of white tonight. I like it. I like Amy Adams here. I don’t care for her too much in “The Figher” but at least she doesn’t go as over-the-top as Melissa Leo. Stop rewarding her for that Boston cliche.
I can’t really decide if this is a good one or not. I love the color, but I’m not sure it’s flattering to Naya Rivera’s shape … or lack thereof. Maybe it’s just a bad angle. I found a lot of bad angle photos online.
This just makes me smile. Angie Harmon is DYING to get on the LOOK AT ME list with this one. She’s hosting her own personal Oscars here. Jennifer Lopez would appreciate the cheek. I appreciate it, too. Someone has to go over the top!
I’m rooting for Winona Ryder, so I’m glad to see this. I like it. I don’t love it, but I like it a lot. Good for her.
I like Julia Stiles and I don’t believe she did break up Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter. Speaking of MCH, he looks like crap tonight. Is he feeling OK? Now I’m worried.
I’m getting annoyed with Melissa Leo. I think she’s being overpraised for an over-the-top performance in the overrated “The Fighter” and now she’s wearing some Saran Wrap. She looks pregnant in this shot. Just a bad angle? Even if it is, it’s way too much shiny silver.
Which fashion sin is worse: Too much fabric or too little? Check out this dress worn by the otherwise lovely Kate Flannery of “The Office” and discuss.
Maybe if I had a different posed shot of Jenna Fischer’s dress it wouldn’t seem so bad. But right now it’s just so dull.
What the hell is going on with Paz de la Huerta?
I really like Jayma Mays so I looked at this dress from several angles before deciding I just don’t like it. I hate the way it bunches in the chest and of course I’m never into blush/peach/nude type non-colors. I don’t like the knee peek. I don’t like the high neck. The shoes are OK.
Who is this and what happened to the fashion-forward Lea Michele? And where did her left boob go?
I ADORE Hailee Steinfeld of “True Grit” and I applaud the way she’s experimenting with colors and patterns in public like this. But she looks like the Dunkin Donuts logo and she clashes with the carpet. Side note: How tall is she? In photos it looks like she dwarfs everyone else.
I really, really like Sarah Hyland’s dress but I really, really hate how it clashes with the red carpet. Always check the carpet color before showing up. The photos we see tend to come from the (in this case red) carpet, not the audience or even the podium. Dress for the carpet, I say.
I don’t know. Maybe it’s because I don’t like this against the red carpet. It just seems messy and she looks pissed. Is Mila Kunis a diva or does she just play one in front of the camera?
I don’t really have a problem with this dress, I’m just distracted by the thinness of Ellie Kemper. It’s all I can see.
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