Nearly channeling Taylor Swift in his excessive "Oh my Gods" during his acceptance speech, the 30 Rock star might seem like he doesn't take the kudos seriously. But, his continued deference and appreciation for showrunners Tina Fey and Robert Carlock make him a welcome addition to the SAG stage.
When Brad Pitt agreed to speak with E! for the red carpet pre-show, this probably wasn’t what he had in mind. The Moneyball actor was double-teamed by Giuliana Rancic and Ross Mathews (aka Ross the Intern). With one flanked on each side, both were a little too eager to get words in with the A-lister. Awk-ward.
Melissa McCarthy plus Kristen Wiig plus Maya Rudolph equals Screen Actors Guild comic relief. The trio of funny ladies took the stage Sunday night to introduce a special Bridesmaids-inspired SAG drinking game. "You have to take a drink every time, and I mean every time, you hear the word Scorsese," explained Rudolph, to which McCarthy swigged from a bottle of vodka, saying: "You would be surprised how much that comes up in casual conversation because people like to throw that thing around." Meanwhile, Rudolph clutched a glass of champagne while Wiig held a glass of beer, bragging that the beverages and food backstage were "free."
Though its hard to imagine the iconic comedian meant it as such, a few viewers were probably put off by Dick Van Dyke's intro for lifetime achievement winnerMary Tyler Moore. While praising her for her comedic chops, he noted that it was rare "for a woman" to be able to pull off funny while still looking cute.
Cut it out
Amber Heard, Kyra Sedgwick, and Jenna Ushkowitz are showing off a trend that really should be featured on TLC’s My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. Cut outs in formal gowns just don’t come off tasteful… on pretty much anyone.
It can't be Easter already
Kaley Kuoco is giving us major Easter realness here. What plush animal gave its life so she could look anachronistically festive?
Bridesmaids co-writer and star Kristen Wiig may have won over the crowd onstage at the SAG Awards, proposing a drinking game that revolved around Hugo director Martin Scorsese. But it was her questionable choice to wear a 19th century diamond lattice Fred Leighton choker -- resembling that of a belt or dog collar -- that marred her seemingly perfect night. "Kristen Wiig- come on girl that dress did not need that necklace," wrote a Twitter user. Another felt the same, writing: "That dress with the choker was awful :("
If you like your kids quiet and well behaved, then don’t look to the Modern Family kids. They did the acceptance speech for the cast’s best comedy ensemble award and 13-year-old Nolan Gould stole the show when he listed all the advantages of a union including getting the children back in their pen at an early time.
Rose Byrne got some heat for wearing a jumpsuit to the awards instead of a gown. We’re tickled that it offended so many fashion critics. And you know what? We think she’s edgy enough to get away with it. Oh, calm down fashion illuminati.
Capitalizing on the Bridesmaids joke, which required everyone in the room to take a drink at the mention of Martin Scorsese, best actor in a drama series winner Steve Buscemi used his acceptance speech to thank none other than the iconic filmmaker, who serves as an executive producer on Boardwalk Empire. Tina Fey also used the opportunity to slam back all the remaining wine in the glass she had snagged from Buscemi on his way to the podium. Cheers!
'Bad Words,' 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part One,' 'American Horror Story: Coven,' 'True Detective' and even 'Seinfeld' are among the finalists for the 2014 awards, which will be handed out Thursday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood View gallery
Who better to judge the best movies of all time than the people who make them? Studio chiefs, Oscar winners and TV royalty all were surveyed as THR publishes its first definitive entertainment-industry ranking of cinema's most superlative. View gallery