Everything Everywhere All At Once is heading into prime awards season gathering momentum. It may have endured a disappointing night at BAFTA in London, taking just one award out of ten nominations, but back in the US it carries high hopes.

On Saturday night it won the Darryl F. Zanuck Award at the Producers Guild Awards. This is seen as a key bellwether for the Oscars. The cast and crew can’t have partied too hard though, as on Sunday night in Los Angeles it was up for several gongs at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.


Everything Everywhere All At Once ended up snagging four honors – Best Ensemble Cast, both Best Supporting Actor honors for Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan, and Michelle Yeoh took the Best Actress honor.

Yeoh was in tears as she gave a heartfelt acceptance speech, where emotion clearly got the better of her as she dropped a few swear bombs.

Only two movie-related awards were left, which went to Brendan Fraser for Best Actor for The Whale, and Best Stunt Ensemble which went to Top Gun: Maverick.

SAG also honors TV, and here The White Lotus took best ensemble in a drama series while Abbott Elementary won best ensemble in a comedy series, and Stranger Things took the Best Stunt Ensemble award for TV.

A raft of acting awards went to Jason Bateman (Ozark), Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus), Jeremy Allen White (The Bear), Jean Smart (Hacks), Sam Elliott (1883), and Jessica Chastain (George and Tammy).

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