SAG Red Carpet: 'The Artist's' Michel Hazanavicius
Fresh off his Directors Guild Award win, Michel Hazanavicius talked to THR about working in films in France compared to the Unites States, and how it's not very different at all.
When asked if he was surprised by the DGA award he responded, "It was a surprise and a great feeling, I am very proud because the recognition of your peers is very special and I love directors."
SAG Red Carpet: 'Mildred Pierce's' Guy Pearce
Guy Pearce, nominated for a SAG Award for outstanding performance by a male actor in a television movie or miniseries for his work in HBO's Mildred Pierce, talked to THR about how he selects a role, and when he likes to play the villain.
SAG Red Carpet: 'The Big Bang Theory's' Johnny Galecki
Johnny Galecki of The Big Bang Theory informs THR that we can expect to see more of Leonard and Penny's relationship in future episodes.
The co-stars are nominated for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series at this year's SAG Awards. Galecki was also nominated for a Golden Globe earlier this year.
SAG Red Carpet: 'Glee's' Naya Rivera
From the red carpet of the Screen Actor Guild Awards Glee's Naya Rivera reveals some new information about an upcoming episode with guest star Ricky Martin. When THR asked the actress abotu her duet with Martin, Rivera said it was "a dream come true because he is a legend."
SAG Red Carpet: 'The Office's' B.J. Novak
Writer, actor and co-executive producer B.J. Novak of The Office teases the upcoming love triangle that his character Ryan will have to deal with on the NBC comedy. He also weighs in on Steve Carell not receiving an Emmy for his role as Michael Scott.
Novak and his Office castmates have been nominated for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series for the past six years. They won the award in 2007 and 2008.
SAG Red Carpet: Highlights
James Cromwell, Beth Grant, Malcolm McDowell, Michel Hazanavicius and spoke to THR on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. THR found out what film they were rooting for, and how it felt to be nominated for an award.
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