Awards season is in full swing, and with tonight's Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG for short) — the 19th time the ceremony has taken place. Airing live on TBS and TNT on Sunday, January 27 (at 5PM PST/8PM EST), some of the biggest movies of the year are making tracks towards the Big Night (aka the Academy Awards), while television shows like Homeland and Modern Family will see if they can continue to dominate.
Will 30 Rock go out with big wins? Will Maggie Smith continue to not show up (yes, of course)? Check out the winners (in bold), which will be updated live, below!
THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Leading Role
Bradley Cooper / Pat - "Silver Linings Playbook" (The Weinstein Company)
Daniel Day-Lewis / Abraham Lincoln - "Lincoln" (Touchstone Pictures)
John Hawkes / Mark - "The Sessions" (FOX Searchlight)
Hugh Jackman / Jean Valjean - "Les Misérables" (Universal Pictures)
Denzel Washington / Whip Whitaker - "Flight" (Paramount Pictures)
Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Role
Jessica Chastain / Maya - "Zero Dark Thirty" (Columbia Pictures)
Marion Cotillard / Stephanie - "Rust And Bone" (sony Pictures Classics)
Jennifer Lawrence / Tiffany - "Silver Linings Playbook" (The Weinstein Company)
Helen Mirren / Alma Reville - "Hitchcock" (FOX Searchlight)
Naomi Watts / Maria - "The Impossible" (Summit Entertainment)
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Supporting Role
Alan Arkin / Lester Siegel - "Argo" (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Javier Bardem / Silva - "Skyfall" (Columbia Pictures)
Robert De Niro / Pat, Sr. - "Silver Linings Playbook" (The Weinstein Company)
Philip Seymour Hoffman / Lancaster Dodd - "The Master" (The Weinstein Company)
Tommy Lee Jones / Thaddeus Stevens - "Lincoln" (Touchstone Pictures)
Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Supporting Role
Sally Field / Mary Todd Lincoln - "Lincoln" (Touchstone Pictures)
Anne Hathaway / Fantine - "Les Misérables" (Universal Pictures)
Helen Hunt / Cheryl - "The Sessions" (FOX Searchlight)
Nicole Kidman / Charlotte Bless - "The Paperboy" (Millennium Entertainment)
Maggie Smith / Muriel Donnelly - "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" (FOX Searchlight)
Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture
Argo (Warner Bros. Pictures)
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (FOX Searchlight)
Les Misérables (Universal Pictures)
Lincoln (Touchstone Pictures)
Silver Linings Playbook (The Weinstein Company)
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries
Kevin Costner / "Devil Anse" Hatfield - "Hatfields & Mccoys" (History)
Woody Harrelson / Steve Schmidt - "Game Change" (HBO)
Ed Harris / John Mccain - "Game Change" (HBO)
Clive Owen / Ernest Hemingway & "Hemingway & Gellhorn" (HBO)
Bill Paxton / Randall Mccoy - "Hatfields & Mccoys" (History)
Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries
Nicole Kidman / Martha Gellhorn - "Hemingway & Gellhorn" (HBO)
Julianne Moore / Sarah Palin - "Game Change" (HBO)
Charlotte Rampling / Eva Delectorskaya - "Restless" (Sundance Channel)
Sigourney Weaver / Elaine Barrish Hammond - "Political Animals" (USA)
Alfre Woodard / Ouiser - "Steel Magnolias" (Lifetime)
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Drama Series
Steve Buscemi / Enoch "Nucky" Thompson - "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO)
Bryan Cranston / Walter White - "Breaking Bad" (AMC)
Jeff Daniels / Will McAvoy - "The Newsroom" (HBO)
Jon Hamm / Don Draper - "Mad Men" (AMC)
Damian Lewis / Nicholas Brody - "Homeland" (Showtime)
Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Drama Series
Claire Danes / Carrie Mathison - "Homeland" (Showtime)
Michelle Dockery / Lady Mary Crawley - "Downton Abbey" (PBS)
Jessica Lange / Sister Jude - "American Horror Story: Asylum" (FX)
Julianna Margulies / Alicia Florrick - "The Good Wife" (CBS)
Maggie Smith / Violet, Dowager Countess Of Grantham - "Downton Abbey" (PBS)
Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin / Jack Donaghy - "30 Rock" (NBC)
Ty Burrell / Phil Dunphy - "Modern Family" (ABC)
Louis C.K. / Louie - "Louie" (FX)
Jim Parsons / Sheldon Cooper - "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS)
Eric Stonestreet / Cameron Tucker - "Modern Family" (ABC)
Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Comedy Series
Edie Falco / Jackie Peyton - "Nurse Jackie" (Showtime)
Tina Fey / Liz Lemon - "30 Rock" (NBC)
Amy Poehler / Leslie Knope - "Parks and Recreation" (NBC)
Sofia Vergara / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett - "Modern Family" (ABC)
Betty White / Elka Ostrovsky - "Hot In Cleveland" (TV Land)
Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Drama Series
Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
Breaking Bad (AMC)
Downton Abbey (PBS)
Mad Men (AMC)
Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Comedy Series
30 Rock (NBC)
Modern Family (ABC)
Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
The Office (NBC)
SAG AWARDS HONORS FOR STUNT ENSEMBLES
Outstanding Action Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Motion Picture
The Amazing Spider-Man (Columbia Pictures)
The Bourne Legacy (Universal Pictures)
The Dark Knight Rises (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Les Misérables (Universal Pictures)
Skyfall (Columbia Pictures)
Outstanding Action Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Television Series
Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
Breaking Bad (AMC)
Game Of Thrones (HBO)
Sons Of Anarchy (FX)
The Walking Dead (AMC)
Screen Actors Guild 49th Annual Life Achievement Award
Dick Van Dyke
What do you think of this year's winners and losers? Shocked? Happy? Sad? Let us know, in the comments below!
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There's no question that superheroes are a lucrative bunch. From Spider-Man to The Dark Knight, crime-fighters on the big screen often translate to big bucks at the box office. But how much does it actually cost to be a superhero? To celebrate Superhero Week — and May 4's all-star blockbuster The Avengers — Hollywood.com delves into the sustainability of our favorite heroes' super extracurricular activities. Would they have the funds — and good health — to keep up with their secret lifestyles? Today, we take a look at that unfortunate figure the Hulk from the 2008 film The Incredible Hulk, whose crippling rage might be second only to his crippling debt. You wouldn’t like him when he’s couponing.
Name: Dr. Bruce Banner
Superhero Alias: The Hulk
Occupation: Banner started out his professional career as a scientist, followed by a few months of day laboring in a Brazilian factory. By the second act of the movie, he’s what the politically correct refer to as a philosophical freelancer... otherwise known as a bum.
Income: For the most part, none. All funds from his pre-lam days are untouchable, so all he really has is (at most) five months’ worth of whatever a Brazilian day laborer would earn at a bottling factory. That, and some spare change garnered via your honest day’s work of begging, and the cash he guilts Betty Ross into lending him.
Rent: What did a rundown Brazilian studio go for in 2008? Banner spent about five months shacked up in a Rio de Janeiro shantytown, which should have run him no more than $2500. How about a hut in the outskirts of British Columbia? By the end of the film, the professor has taken up in a remote area of Bella Coola, where his amenities are even slimmer. Assuming he's renting, this might amount to $1000 a month.
Costume: Just your average, often painfully bland digs. Throughout The Incredible Hulk, Banner rips through four outfits, resupplying via beggar change and loaners from Betty Ross... presumably, clothes that belong to her boyfriend, Dr. Phil Dunphy. Kind of crossing a line there, Bruce.
Weapons: Bare hands. Genetically mutated, rage-induced bare hands.
Gadgets: Banner has an outdated off-brand laptop (complete with your standard “Hello Neo”-esque instant messaging program), and some kind of portable satellite dish, presumably for picking up Internet signal. Otherwise, he pretty much lives off the land. While a laptop of the sort would generally run somewhere in the neighborhood of $500 to $1000 dollars, portable satellite dishes are surprisingly cheap: only $100 or so. Good to know, if you're ever planning on running away from the government, but still want the occasional opportunity to check Buzzfeed's latest list of dogs stuck in things.
Damages: Here’s where things pick up speed a bit. Throughout The Incredible Hulk, Banner destroys a hefty sum of other people's property. He tears up his bottling plant, wreaks havoc on the campus of Culver University, and doesn't exactly do any favors to New York City. But here's the catch... all of these fights are provoked, or at least abetted, by the United States Military. Now, you have got to assume that the government is quickly and quietly cleaning up these messes to keep the residents and property owners quiet about the onslaught of criminal activity and obvious examples of inhumane genetic testing. Sure, Hulk might be responsible for a handful of broken fire escapes, but Big Brother isn't going to let this case stay on the media's radar for long.
Transportation: In the spirit of his Bill Bixbian predecessor, Edward Norton’s Hulk gets around primarily by hitchhiking — presumably, contributing nothing for gas. When he does actually opt for a bus, or an especially frenetic New York City cab, Banner channels his inner sleazebag and has his ex-girlfriend, Betty Ross, pay for everything. Seriously, why are we even rooting for this guy?
Risks: Insurance would be through the roof. Aside from the whole, "Hulk Smash!" thing, anger is the chief cause of a lot of health problems.
Perks: Banner left his old life behind to become a proverbial hermit; you can't really go out drinking when the slightest insult from a mouthy bar patron might result in dozens of casualties. That saves a pretty penny.
Entertainment: Banner spends most of his free-time watching Portuguese Sesame Street and going for jogs. A modest TV set would run you only a couple hundred dollars.
Miscellaneous: At the beginning of the film, Banner has a dog. Any dog owner knows that canine companions cost a pretty penny. But it doesn't exactly look like Banner is abiding by the ethical code of pet ownership... especially since he leaves the poor pup as a decoy for the approaching feds. Additionally, during his time in Brazil, Banner seems to be a frequent patron of a local meditation expert. It's hard to say exactly what kind of payment he is doling out for these tips, but yoga classes generally run around $15 per lesson.
Sustainability: Although the Hulk doesn't spend much, he doesn't earn much either. Day laboring won't really cut it if he's planning on keeping that fancy Canadian living space, and especially if he's looking into another dog, or some more zen classes. Oh, and then there's the little matter of food.
Final Calculation: The Hulk lucks out a lot. It's none too easy to find a willing driver when you're a shirtless hitchhiker without any cash. Thankfully, the superhero will be finding a new occupation in the very near future... but does Nick Fury offer dental?
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