"Argo" triumphs with top prize at Screen Actors Guild
Sunday, January 27, 2013 - 01:00
Jan. 27 - ''Argo'' takes the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, while Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence take acting honors. Bob Mezan reports.
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"Argo" won the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday (January 27) - that's the second award in two days for the Iranian hostage drama, which took the top prize at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday (January 26). The win boosts the thriller's chances of winning a best picture Oscar in a race that is still considered wide open.
On the individual side, Daniel Day-Lewis took the award for outstanding actor for his turn in "Lincoln," and Jennifer Lawrence took acting honors for her role in "Silver Linings Playbook."
On the supporting side, an ecstatic Anne Hathaway hugged her fellow nominee Sally Field on her way to accept outstanding supporting actress for "Les Miserables." On the male side, the honor went to "Lincoln's" Tommy Lee Jones, who didn't attend the ceremony.
The SAG winners are often considered the lead contenders for the Oscars, which will be handed out on February 24.
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