Screen Actors Guild Awards

January 30, 2011 by staff 

Screen Actors Guild Awards, (AP) – Colin Firth and Christian Bale are expected home Screen Actors Guild Awards awards at a ceremony that looks like a prelude to acting honors at the Oscars. Of the 20 candidates guild prize Sunday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, 17 also received Oscar nominations, with Firth looked almost win some best actor in two productions of “The King’s Speech” and Bale risk support actor-recipient for “The Fighter”. Best supporting actress and actor honors and are more competitive.
Natalie Portman for “Black Swan” and Annette Bening for “The Kids Are All Right” are in a tight race for leading actress, while “The Fighter” co-stars Melissa Leo and Amy Adams both are serious contenders for best actress support and 14-year-old newcomer Hailee Steinfeld for “True Grit.” Other nominees lead acting honors for both the Guild and Academy Awards on February 27 include last year’s winner Jeff Bridges for “True Grit” and Nicole Kidman for “Rabbit Hole”, James Franco for “127 hours” Jesse Eisenberg for “The Social” and Jennifer Lawrence for “Winter’s Bone” Network. Nominated for the overall performance of the melting Guild Awards are “Black Swan,”The Fighter”,”The Kids Are All Right “,”The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network. “All five were among the 10 best picture candidates in the Oscars, where” social network “and” The King’s Speech “are considered the front-runners for the biggest prize in Hollywood.

People magazine and the Entertainment Industry Foundation Team again to celebrate the charitable efforts of actors and exceptional performance this year in film and television. And the fun begins; they have transformed the lot behind the Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood chic lounge for everyone, not just celebs.

Does this mean it can go? Probably not. By “everyone” we mean all those who attended the show, but it would be nice!

After the show, the revelers were greeted at the door with ccktails provided by Grey Goose Vodka, followed by a delicious menu of food guru Tom Byrne of The Kitchen. The meal selection includes a variety of comfort foods such as lobster quesadillas, mac and cheese tarts and shrimp. Yum!

Although the list receivable snack food and sip their drinks, they can enjoy music from DJ Michelle Pesce and momentum of the band. And one of the ladies who feel the need to refresh after hitting the dance floor, do not be afraid. The bathrooms are equipped with new makeup from L’Oreal, and they are free to experiment and take home with them up – a bit like a mini gift bag.

Speaking of gifts, when it’s time to call it a night, each guest receives a bag filled with goodies. Designed by Vince Camuto, the bag is filled with luxury items ranging from cosmetics L’Oreal, Boot Straps to keep your pants in your boots right, the Hollywood sensation game Bananagrams, Mandy Ingber of “Yogalosophy” DVD Moroccan oil and Voss water, just to name a few.

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