HEIL WALTER WHITE.
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HEIL WALTER WHITE.
Hey, is that the guy from "Snow Dogs"? It is!
What did Joffrey do to you, Natalie Dormer?
Time to flip out over some snubs!
Last night at the SAG Awards, which of course stands for Sensual Armenian Goalposts (full list of SAG Award winners and nominees below), Jennifer Lawrence took home the best actress award for her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
Before she was famous, 14-year-old "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence was in a promo for MTV's "My Super Sweet 16."
Now is the time of year when critics associations announce their awards, and commentators who specialize in awards coverage argue with each other about which awards most affect other awards.
Armie Hammer, the <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/01/more-like-armie-hammered-on-weed-am-i-right" target="_blank">popped-collar pot bandit</a>, photobombs Meryl Streep at the SAG Awards.
The SAG Awards had their little presentation last night, and the big story was The Help taking every award it was nominated for.
The Screen Actor's Guild released their list of nominees for the 18th annual (yay.
(I choose to remember Corey Haim the way he lived -- loosely related to <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/greasy-sax-dude" target="_blank">Greasy Sax Dude</a>) There are snubs and there are snubs, but there's no bigger slap in the face for an actor than getting left off an "In Memoriam" montage the year you die.
The SAG Awards happened last night, and I wish I could tell you whether anything interesting happened, but I was curled up in a little ball hoping handfuls of advil would bring down the fever I seem to have caught in Sundance.
The nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards have been released, and there are some pretty stupid choices, but nothing on the level of retardation that you see from <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/12/golden-globe-noms-predictably-retarded" target="_self">the Golden Globes</a>.
Back in the dark days before I got a job sitting at home and Photoshopping dogs into pictures, I had one of those soul-crushing real jobs that involved a lot of Microsoft Excel and sending out form emails.
Unless you're one of the seven people who watches the TV Guide channel, you probably missed their scintillating SAG Awards coverage the other night.
The Screen Actor's Guild Awards (full list of winners after the jump) happened last night, and you'll never guess who won Best Supporting Actor.
I didn't know who this chick interviewing Casey Affleck at the SAG awards was at first.
The Sean Penn-directed drama Into the Wild led all other features with four Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations.