Everything Everywhere All At Once has cemented it's place in the history of cinema with so much recognition...
Everything Everywhere All at Once again bagged the most number of awards. This increases their chances for the Oscars, We can't wait! This time the record-breaking wins came in this year's Screen Actor Guild Award. The multiverse fantasy film bagged four major wins breaking the record for most wins for a single film.
“I think if I speak, my heart will explode,” Yeoh said at the start of her emotional speech. She said she was up against “titans”, referring to competition from Oscar winners Cate Blanchett and Viola Davis. “This is not just for me, this is for every girl who looks like me,” she said. “Thank you for giving me a seat at the table.”
The acceptance speech was truly heart-touching we can't be happier to see an inclusive diverse cast get recognition for their performances. "This is not just for me, it's for every little girl who looks like me," Yeoh said in her emotional acceptance speech." Michelle Yeoh made history with her win for the lead Actress at the SAGS as she became the first Asian woman to bag a leading film acting award. "Thank you for giving me a seat at the table, because so many of us need this, we want to be seen, we want to be heard, and tonight you have shown us that it is possible," she said."
The same thing happened with her co-star Ke Huy Quan who was also the first Asian actor to win the SAG Award.
“I love actors, I love acting, I love the job we get to do,” Curtis said on stage. “I know you look at me and you think ‘nepo baby’, and that’s why she’s there and I get it. But the truth of the matter is that I’m 64 years old and this is amazing.”
The winner of outstanding actor was given to Brendan Frazer for his role in The Whale, that's another credit where it was due.
In The Category of the lead actor in the dramatic television category, Jason Bateman bagged the best actor award, He also became the youngest recipient of this award at the age of 32.