Politics took center stage at the SAG awards as many stars delivered fiery speeches to directly or indirectly criticize Trump's ban on Muslim travelers.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus spoke out against President Donald Trump's controversial immigrant ban during her acceptance speech at the awards ceremony, saying: "I want you all to know that I am the daughter of an immigrant", going on to say the ban is "un-American". We win. Love wins.
Bryan Cranston, who won a SAG for his uncanny portrayal of 36th U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, said he thought Johnson would put his arm around President Trump and wish him success. but would then whisper into his ear, "Just don't p*ss in the soup we all gotta eat". And Hidden Figures took home the Actor Statuette for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture.
The film, which tells the true story of black female mathematicians during the 1960s space race, won the best ensemble prize at the Los Angeles ceremony.
"This story is about unity", said Taraji P. Henson, who stars alongside Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae in "Hidden Figures". She didn't do backflips when I called her and told her I converted 17 years ago.
"In light of all that's going on in the world today, it's hard to celebrate the already celebrated 'Stranger Things", said the show's David Harbour, accepting the award for best TV drama series ensemble on behalf of 15 fellow cast members heavy on teens. "We will hunt monsters", Harbour vowed in lengthy remarks that drew a standing ovation.
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"Behind every failure is an opportunity someone wishes they had missed", Tomlin said.
Actress Shannon Purser arrives for the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Exposition Center on January 29, 2017.
"We're in a tricky time in the world and in our country, and things are very inexcusable and scary and need action", she said. "Not because it was good, there was nothing good about it, but it was effective and it did its job".
The actress posed up a storm solo before uniting with co-star Natalia Dyer - who plays Nancy Wheeler.
So there ya go - Winona wasn't confused by the content of the speech, nor had she had too much booze - she was just a bit surprised by Harbour's daring improv on an already heavily-rehearsed speech. Farhadi is Iranian, and so would have been kept out of the USA due to the ban, but could possibly have requested an exception had he wanted to.