“NEBRASKA” (Paramount Pictures); Producers: Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa
“SAVING MR. BANKS” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures); Producers: Ian Collie, Alison Owen, Philip Steuer
“12 YEARS A SLAVE” (Fox Searchlight Pictures); Producers: Anthony Katagas, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, Brad Pitt and Dede Gardner WINNER (TIE)
“THE WOLF OF WALL STREET” (Paramount Pictures); Producers: Riza Aziz, Emma Koskoff, Joey McFarland
The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures:
“THE CROODS” (DreamWorks Animation); Producers: Kristine Belson, Jane Hartwell
“DESPICABLE ME 2″ (Universal Pictures); Producers: Janet Healy, Chris Meledandri
“EPIC” (Twentieth Century Fox); Producers: Jerry Davis, Lori Forte
“FROZEN” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures); Producer: Peter Del Vecho WINNER
“MONSTERS UNIVERSITY” (Pixar Animation); Producer: Kori Rae
The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures:
“A PLACE AT THE TABLE” (Magnolia Pictures); Producers: Julie Goldman, Ryan Harrington, Kristi Jacobson, Lori Silverbush
“FAR OUT ISN’T FAR ENOUGH: THE TOMI UNGERER STORY” (First Run Features); Producers: Brad Bernstein, Rick Cikowski
“LIFE ACCORDING TO SAM” (HBO Documentary Films); Producers: Andrea Nix Fine, Sean Fine, Miriam Weintraub
“WE STEAL SECRETS: THE STORY OF WIKILEAKS” (Focus Features); Producers: Alexis Bloom, Alex Gibney, Marc Shmuger WINNER
“WHICH WAY IS THE FRONT LINE FROM HERE? THE LIFE AND TIME OF TIM HETHERINGTON” (HBO Documentary Films); Producers: James Brabazon, Nick Quested
The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television:
“AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM” (FX); Producers: Brad Buecker, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, Tim Minear, Ryan Murphy, Jennifer Salt, Chip Vucelich, James Wong
“BEHIND THE CANDELABRA” (HBO); Producers: Susan Ekins, Gregory Jacobs, Michael Polaire, Jerry Weintraub WINNER
“KILLING KENNEDY” (National Geographic Channel); Producers: Mary Lisio, Larry Rapaport, Ridley Scott, Teri Weinberg, David W. Zucker
“PHIL SPECTOR” (HBO); Producers: Michael Hausman, Barry Levinson
“TOP OF THE LAKE” (Sundance Channel); Producers: Philippa Campbell, Jane Campion, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman
The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama:
“BREAKING BAD” (AMC); Producers: Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, Michelle MacLaren, George Mastras, Diane Mercer, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett WINNER
“DOWNTON ABBEY” (ITV – United Kingdom; PBS – United States); Producers: Julian Fellowes, Nigel Marchant, Gareth Neame, Liz Trubridge
“GAME OF THRONES” (HBO); Producers: David Benioff, Bernadette Caulfield, Frank Doelger, D.B. Weiss, Christopher Newman, Greg Spence, Carolyn Strauss
“HOMELAND” (Showtime); Producers: Henry Bromell, Alexander Cary, Michael Cuesta, Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, Chip Johannessen, Michael Klick, Meredith Stiehm
“HOUSE OF CARDS” (Netflix); Producers: Joshua Donen, David Fincher, Karyn McCarthy, John Melfi, Eric Roth, Kevin Spacey, Beau Willimon
The 25th annual Producers Guild of America Awards ceremony was held yesterday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles
The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy:
“30 ROCK” (NBC); Producers: Jack Burditt, Robert Carlock, Luke Del Tredici , Tina Fey, Matt Hubbard , Marci Klein, Jerry Kupfer , Colleen McGuinness, Lorne Michaels, David Miner, Dylan Morgan , Jeff Richmond , Josh Siegal, Tracey Wigfield
“ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT” (Netflix); Producers: John Foy, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, Dean Lorey, Troy Miller, Richard Rosenstock, Jim Vallely
“THE BIG BANK THEORY” (CBS); Producers: Bill Prady, Chucke Lorre, Steve Molaro, Faye Oshima Belyeu
“MODERN FAMILY” (ABC); Producers: Paul Corrigan, Abraham Higginbotham, Ben Karlin, Elaine Ko, Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Jeffrey Morton, Dan O’Shannon, Jeffrey Richman, Chris Smirnoff, Brad Walsh, Bill Wrubel, Danny Zuker WINNER
“VEEP” (HBO); Producers: Simon Blackwell, Christopher Godsick, Armando Iannucci, Stephanie Laing, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Frank Rich, Tony Roche
The Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television:
“30 FOR 30″ (ESPN); Producers: Bill Simmons, John Dahl, Erin Leyden, Connor Schell
“ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN” (CNN); Producers: Anthony Bourdain, Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Sandra Zweig
“DUCK DYNASTY” (A&E Networks); Producers: Deirdre Gurney, Scott Gurney, Mike Odair, Hugh Peterson, Adam Saltzberg, Charlie Van Vleet WINNER
“INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO” (Bravo); Producers: James Lipton, Shawn Tesser, Jeff Wurtz
“SHARK TANK” (ABC); Producers: Mark Burnett, Becky Blitz, Bill Gaudsmith, Yun Lingner, Clay Newbill, Jim Roush, Laura Skowlund, Max Swedlow
The Award for Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment and Talk Television:
“THE COLBERT REPORT” (Comedy Central); Producers: Meredith Bennett, Stephen T. Colbert, Richard Dahm, Paul Dinello, Barry Julien, Matt Lappin, Emily Lazar, Tanya Michnevich Bracco, Tom Purcell, Jon Stewart WINNER
“JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE” (ABC); Producers: David Craig, Ken Crosby, Doug DeLuca, Gary Greenberg, Erin Irwin, Jimmy Kimmel, Jill Leiderman, Molly McNearney, Tony Romero, Jason Schrift, Jennifer Sharron, Josh Weintraub
“LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON” (NBC); Producers: Hillary Hunn, Lorne Michaels, Gavin Purcell, Michael Shoemaker
“REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER” (HBO); Producers: Scott Carter, Sheila Griffiths, Marc Gurvitz, Dean Johnsen, Bill Maher, Billy Martin, Matt Wood
“SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE” (NBC); Producers: Ken Aymong, Erin Doyle, Steve Higgins, Erik Kenward, Lorne Michaels, Lindsay Shookus
The Award for Outstanding Producer of Competition Television:
“THE AMAZING RACE” (CBS); Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer, Elise Doganieri, Jonathan Littman, Bertram van Munster, Mark Vertullo
“DANCING WITH THE STARS” (ABC); Producers: Ashley Edens-Shaffer, Conrad Green, Joe Sungkur
“PROJECT RUNWAY” (Lifetime); Producers: Jane Cha Cutler, Desiree Gruber, Tim Gunn, Heidi Klum, Jonathan Murray, Sara Rea, Colleen Sands
“TOP CHEF” (Bravo); Producers: Tom Colicchio, Daniel Cutforth, Casey Kriley, Jane Lipsitz, Erica Ross, Nan Strait, Andrew Wallace
“THE VOICE” (NBC); Producers: Stijn Bakkers, Mark Burnett, John de Mol, Chad Hines, Lee Metzger, Audrey Morrissey, Jim Roush, Kyra Thompson, Nicolle Yaron, Mike Yurchuk, Amanda Zucker WINNER
Gravity and 12 Years a Slave have tied for the top prize at this year’s Producer’s Guild of America (PGA) Awards.
It is the first time the guild has declared a tie for best film in its 25-year history, another indicator that this year’s Oscars race is wide open.
The PGA has correctly picked the film that has gone on to win best picture at the Oscars for the last six years.
Disney’s Frozen won best animation and Behind the Candelabra won best TV film.
ABC’s Modern Family picked up the best episodic comedy award, while Breaking Bad won for best episodic TV drama.
Gravity and 12 Years a Slave have tied for the top prize at this year’s Producer’s Guild of America Awards
James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson were among those given special honors for their contribution to film.
We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks, scooped best documentary, while The Voice won best competitive TV series.
Other winners included Sesame Street, which won outstanding children’s program.
The PGA Awards followed hot on the tails of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, which also took place this weekend – SAG voters eschewed both Gravity and 12 Years a Slave, choosing instead 1970s crime caper American Hustle for its top honor.
The Oscars will take place on March 2. Voting among the 6,000 members runs from February 14 to 25.
Christian Dior Couture confirms that Jennifer Lawrence’s dress didn’t rip as she collected Best Actress statue at SAG Awards ceremony and therefore, no wardrobe malfunction.
“The dress is made with different levels of tulle and satin and that is what the viewers saw when Jennifer lifted her dress slightly. It was not ripped and there was no malfunction…it was the design of the gown,” a statement from the fashion design house said.
No need for any more drama about whether or not Jennifer Lawrence’s Christian Dior Couture dress ripped at Sunday night’s SAG Awards ceremony. Your eyes saw something else.
Internet reports were in overdrive overnight and this morning as suggestions were made that Jennifer Lawrence ripped her gown when she appeared to show some leg as she made her way to the stage to pick up the SAG award for outstanding performance by a female actor in Silver Linings Playbook.
Christian Dior Couture confirms that Jennifer Lawrence’s dress didn’t rip as she collected Best Actress statue at SAG Awards ceremony and therefore, no wardrobe malfunction
Jennifer Lawrence narrowly escaped being completely exposed as her dress came close to tearing in half as she headed on stage to collect her statue for Best Female Actor in a Leading Role at SAG Awards 2013.
In front of a glittering audience of stars, Jennifer Lawrence, 22, revealed a little too much of her body in a Christian Dior tiered dress.
Disaster struck as her name was read out to recognize her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
Shooting up from her chair and hugging people around her, Jennifer Lawrence failed to notice someone had planted the leg of their chair on her navy Dior gown.
Keen to get on stage, Jennifer Lawrence attempted to run off tearing her skirt of her dress at the point where the skirt meets the underskirt with sheer lining.
The sheer lining and skirt, which was fresh from the Paris Haute Couture runway, is hidden under the top tier of the gown.
Jennifer Lawrence dress rips at SAG Awards 2013 as she walks to collect Best Female Actor statue
As she headed to the stage, Jennifer Lawrence further exposed herself as she hitched up the dress to negotiate the stairs revealing her thighs.
The cast members of Breaking Bad turned around shocked as the stricken star realized at their table she was in trouble.
Fellow actresses Nicole Kidman and Marion Cotillard certainly felt the young woman’s pain, and were caught on camera reacting to the dress’ tearing.
Like a professional, Jennifer Lawrence quickly pushed the ripped section of dress under the gown’s existing tuck and strode towards the stage.
Once there, Jennifer Lawrence once again narrowly missed showing off more than she planned to as the dress slipped apart.
Holding the frock together a breathless – either from her pneumonia or shock – Jennifer Lawrence accepted her best actress award.
Jennifer Lawrence thanked her co-stars, her family and mega producer Harvey Weinstein.
Argo, Iran hostage drama directed by Ben Affleck, has won the top honor for overall cast performance at 2013 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.
Jennifer Lawrence took the best actress award for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, while Daniel Day-Lewis was named best actor for Lincoln.
Tommy Lee Jones and Anne Hathaway won the supporting actor awards for Lincoln and Les Miserables respectively.
ITV’s Downton Abbey also picked up a prize for best TV drama series cast.
Argo beat Les Miserables, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Lincoln and Silver Linings Playbook to win the top award.
“This has nothing to do with me,” said BenAffleck, who both directed and starred in Argo.
“It has to do with the incredible people who were in this movie.”
The prize came a day after Argo won the top honor at the Producers Guild Awards, the winner of whose best film prize often goes on to win best picture at the Oscars.
Ben Affleck’s film tells the fact-based story of how US diplomats stranded in Tehran after the 1979 Islamic Revolution were spirited out of the country.
Ben Affleck’s Argo has won Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture Award at SAG 2013
As he accepted his award for best actor on Sunday, Day-Lewis remarked that “it was an actor that murdered Abraham Lincoln”.
“Somehow it is only so fitting that every now and then an actor tries to bring him back to life again,” he went on.
In the television categories Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey were named best comedy actor and actress for 30 Rock, giving Baldwin his seventh consecutive SAG win.
The prize for best ensemble comedy series cast went to Modern Family.
The TV drama acting prizes were given to Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad and Claire Danes for Homeland.
Julianne Moore’s turn as former Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Game Change earned her the award for best actress in a movie or miniseries, with Kevin Costner receiving the equivalent best actor honor for Hatfields & McCoys.
Veteran actor Dick Van Dyke, star of Mary Poppins and Diagnosis Murder, was presented with the guild’s life achievement award.
After waiting on stage for a prolonged standing ovation to end, Dick Van Dyke, 87, said: “That does an old man a lot of good.”
Other winners at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday included Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, which won the animation category, and Searching for Sugar Man, which took the documentary prize.
Homeland also won the award for best television drama series, while Modern Family was named best comedy series for a third consecutive year.
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2013 complete list of winners
Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook Supporting actor: Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln Supporting actress: Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables Ensemble : Argo Stunt ensemble: Skyfall
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2013 complete list of winners
Actor in a movie or miniseries: Kevin Costner, Hatfields & McCoys Actress in a movie or miniseries: Julianne Moore, Game Change Actor in a drama series: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Actress in a drama series: Claire Danes, Homeland Actor in a comedy series: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock Actress in a comedy series: Tina Fey, 30 Rock Drama series ensemble: Downton Abbey Comedy series ensemble:Modern Family Stunt ensemble: Game of Thrones
Victor Garber has confirmed he has a long-term relationship with Rainer Andreesen.
The Argo actor has never publicly addressed his sexuality, but said he is planning to attend the screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards later this month with long-term partner Rainer Andreesen.
Asked about an entry on his Wikipedia page – which is not official and open to editing by users – that says he lives in New York City with the artist-and-model, the 63-year-old actor told blog Greg in Hollywood: “I don’t really talk about it but everybody knows.
“He’s going to be out here with me for the SAG Awards.”
Victor Garber has confirmed he has a long-term relationship with Rainer Andreesen
Six-time Emmy nominated Victor Garber first acknowledged Rainer Andreesen in an April 2012 interview with Canada’s Forever Young.
He said: “My companion Rainer Andreesen and I have been together almost 13 years in Greenwich Village. We both love New York.”
The former Alias actor can next be seen in NBC drama series Deception and says the drama series is like “dessert” because it is everything he ever wanted.
He said: “I’m a lucky actor, I work. But this is the first series that’s come along since Eli Stone, three years ago, that I really wanted to do.
“It was smart, it was interesting, it was dynamic and it wasn’t like the show was going to rest on me.
“I thought this was the perfect thing at this point in my life. It had everything I like, the complexity of the character, the family drama, all of the duplicity.
“For an actor, it’s like getting a dessert – like getting what you hope for and rarely get.
“I love to work and I love the idea of going to work every day and also the fact that I get to do it in New York. It’s like a gift. I feel like I won the lottery.”
The 18th edition of SAG Awards was held at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium on Sunday evening, January 29. Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Actor statuette honored the prime-time television performances and the exceptional motion pictures of 2011.
The SAG Awards was transmitted live on TBS and TNT. Berenice Bejo, Brad Pitt, Bryan Cranston, Don Cheadle, George Clooney and Viola Davis were among the presenters. About 100,000 members of Screen Actors Guild were able to vote for the nominees.
Mary Tyler Moore received the lifetime achievement award at SAG awards 2012.
Mary Tyler Moore as Laura Petrie in The Dick van Dyke Show. She won the prize for life time achievement at SAG Awards 2012.
Dick Van Dyke, her co-star on the sit-com “The Dick Van Dyke Show”, introduced her to the public.
In 1955, when she had 18, there were six Mary Moores in the Screen Actors Guild, thus she had to change her name, she recalled. Tyler is the middle name she shares with her father, George.
“I was Mary Tyler Moore. I spoke it out loud. Mary Tyler Moore. It sounded right so I wrote it down on the form, and it looked right. It was right. SAG was happy, my father was happy, and tonight, after having the privilege of working in this business among the most creative and talented people imaginable, I too am happy, after all,” she said.
Moore, 75, is especially known for “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961–66) and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” (1970–77).
Jean Dujardin surpassed George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio and won the prize for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role. In “The Artist” he plays the role of a silent-film star which career starts to move to an end when the talkies arrive.
Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer (“The Help“) won prizes in the leading and supporting actress categories at SAG Awards 2012.
They play the roles of two black maids. In the 1960s Mississippi they have the courage to go public about the bigotry. “The Help,” also won outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture.
“I just have to say that the stain of racism and sexism is not just for people of color or women. It’s all of our burden, all of us,” Viola Davis said.
Christopher Plummer won supporting-actor prize for his part in “Beginners“. He plays the role of an old widower who comes out as gay. He is also nominated for an Oscar and won at the Golden Globes. The 82-year-old artist could be the oldest actor to receive an Academy Award. Jessica Tandy was 80 when she won best actress for “Driving Miss Daisy.”
“Modern Family” received the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series award; Alec Baldwin won best actor for “30 Rock“.
Betty White won best actress at SAG awards 2012 for her Elka Ostrovsky part in “Hot in Cleveland.”
“You can’t name me, without naming those other wonderful women on `Hot in Cleveland. This nomination belongs to four of us. Please, please know that I’m dealing them right in with this. I’m not going to let them keep this, but I’ll let them see it,” she said.
Betty Marion White Ludden turned 90 on January 17. She is known for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Golden Girls“.
“Game of Thrones” won the outstanding performance by a stunt ensemble award in a television series, outgoing “Dexter“,” Spartacus: Gods of the Arena”,” Southland“, and “True Blood”.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” took the prize in the category of outstanding performance by a stunt ensemble in a motion picture.
Screen Actors Guild (SAG) was created in 1933 to protect the actors in Hollywood from beeing exploited.
It represents over 200,000 film and television principal performers and background performers worldwide. The Screen Actors Guild is associated with the Associated Actors and Artistes of America (AAAA) and is affiliated with the International Federation of Actors.
In 1995, the guild has started Screen Actors Guild Awards, this gala is perceived as an indicator of success at the Academy Awards.
Who wins one of the SAG awards has a good chance to win Oscars, too. Actors who received acting awards at SAG 2011, won Oscars later: Christian Bale and Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”), Colin Firth (“The King’s Speech”), Natalie Portman (“Black Swan”).
Mary Tyler Moore, SAG Awards 2012 winner, in “The Dick van Dyke Show” (video):