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[Awards Season 2017] Screen Actors Guild 
30th-Jan-2017 10:06 am
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The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
Held January 29, 2017, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Saniyya Sidney, 10, attending the event for the first time, won Outstanding Ensemble together with the cast of Hidden Figures. At right, she gets a hug onstage from costars Taraji P. Henson and Janelle Monae.

Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, 9, and Ariel Winter, who turned 19 on January 28 (the day before the ceremony) and attended with her boyfriend Levi Meaden, 29, were nominated along with the cast of Modern Family for Outstanding Ensemble: Comedy Series, which they lost to Orange Is the New Black. Sarah Hyland, who usually attends with them, skipped this year for "health reasons."

The movie family of the drama Captain Fantastic were nominated together for Oustanding Movie Ensemble, and they attended together and struck some seriously adorable poses on the red carpet. The film's three sisters, from left to right: Shree Crooks, 11, Annalise Basso, 19 (with movie dad Viggo Mortensen, nominated for Outstanding Actor), and Samantha Isler, 18.

Marsai Martin, 12, and Yara Shahidi, who turns 17 next month, were also nominated for Outstanding Ensemble: Comedy Series, along with the cast of Black-ish.

Millie Bobby Brown, 12, and Winona Ryder, 45, were both nominated for Outstanding Actress: Drama Series for Stranger Things, which they lost to Claire Foy for The Crown. They did win Outstanding Ensemble: Drama Series, along with the rest of the show's cast. Winona's bizarre facial expressions during David Harbour's acceptance speech quickly became an online sensation.

Maisie Williams, 19, and Sophie Turner, 20, were nominated along with the cast of Game of Thrones for Outstanding Ensemble: Drama Series, which they lost to Stranger Things. I really like the casual, sexy style of Sophie's dress.

Emma Stone, 28, and Natalie Portman, 35 (with her husband, French chereographer Benjamin Millepied), faced off against each other once again. (To recap, Natalie won at Critics Choice in December, but Emma won at the Golden Globes earlier this month.) This time, Emma won Outstanding Actress for La La Land, beating Natalie, who was nominated for Jackie.

Evan Rachel Wood, 29, was nominated with the cast of Westworld for Outstanding Ensemble: Drama Series (which lost to Stranger Things), and Anna Chlumsky, 36, was nominated with the cast of Veep for Outstanding Ensemble: Comedy Series (which lost to Orange Is the New Black).

All posts on Awards Season 2017 here.
All posts on the SAG Awards here.
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