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Penélope Cruz & Drew Barrymore, Carey Mulligan & Sophia Loren: SAG Awards

Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban

Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, and Keith Urban pose for the camera at the 2010 SAG Awards ceremony, held in Los Angeles on Sat., Jan. 23. Cruz was in the running for the best supporting actress SAG Award, but she lost to Precious' Mo'Nique. The trio of actresses, along with Kate Hudson, Sophia Loren, Fergie, Judi Dench, and Daniel Day-Lewis were also up for SAG's best ensemble award. They lost to the cast of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.

Carey Mulligan (below) became the critics' darling in the United States. She and Meryl Streep have won more critics' awards than any other actress this awards season. Mulligan stars in Lone Scherfig's An Education, in which she plays a 1960s London teen who wants to have her first sexual experience with a man in his thirties. An Education received 8 nominations from the British Academy.

Photos: Courtesy of the Screen Actors Guild

Carey Mulligan

Carey Mulligan

Penélope Cruz

Penélope Cruz was a best supporting actress SAG Award nominee for Rob Marshall's musical Nine, in which she plays one of the women in Daniel Day-Lewis' life. Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench, and Kate Hudson are some of the others. The Nine cast was also nominated for SAG's best ensemble award, but they lost to the cast of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.

Below, Nine co-star Sophia Loren admires fellow Nine cast member Marion Cotillard at the SAG Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles on Sat., Jan. 23. Loren won a best actress Academy Award for Two Women (1961). Cotillard won hers for La Vie en Rose (2007). They are the only two actresses to have won an Oscar for films made in a language other than English.

Photos: Courtesy of the Screen Actors Guild

Sophia Loren, Marion Cotillard

Sophia Loren, Marion Cotillard

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep arrives at the 2010 SAG Awards ceremony, held on Sat., Jan. 23, in Los Angeles. Streep was nominated for a best actress SAG Award for her performance as Julia Child in Nora Ephron's Julie & Julia. Her co-star in that film, Amy Adams, has been all but ignored this awards season. Streep lost the Actor trophy to Sandra Bullock, the star of the sleeper hit The Blind Side.

Drew Barrymore (below) won the SAG Award for best actress in a television movie or miniseries. Her performance in Grey Gardens has also earned her a Golden Globe in that same category. In that television drama, Barrymore co-stars with Jessica Lange.

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore

Meryl Streep, Drew Barrymore photos: Courtesy of the Screen Actors Guild

Justin Timberlake, Matthew Morrison

Justin Timberlake wasn't nominated for anything at the 2010 SAG Awards, held in Los Angeles on Sat., Jan. 23. Timberlake did, however, present the best actor in a comedy series award to Alec Baldwin (30 Rock), who expressed his gratitude for Timberlake's presence and even more so for the presence of co-presenter Kate Hudson, a nominee for being part of the Nine ensemble.

Matthew Morrison, above right, was a nominee for being part of the Glee cast. Glee, in fact, won the SAG Award for best cast in a television comedy series.

Michael C. Hall won the best actor in a television drama SAG Award for his performance in Dexter. He also won a Golden Globe in the same category the previous weekend. Hall recently announced he has undergone cancer treatment. According to reports, the disease is in full remission.

Photos: Courtesy of the Screen Actors Guild

Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall

Gabourey Sidibe, Mo'Nique

Gabourey Sidibe and Mo'Nique introduce Lee Daniels' Precious, the breakout Sundance Film Festival hit that earned Sidibe a best actress SAG Award nomination and Mo'Nique a SAG Award win. In the film, Mo'Nique plays the abusive mother of Sidibe's illiterate, pregnant teenager. Mo'Nique is now the favorite to win the best supporting actress Academy Award – even before the nominations have been announced. (They'll come out on Feb. 2.)

Below, another Precious cast member, Mariah Carey (with Nick Cannon), arrives at the SAG Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles on Jan. 23. Carey, along with Mo'Nique, Sidibe, and several others, was in the running for SAG's best ensemble award. The Precious cast lost to the actors in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.

Photos: Courtesy of the Screen Actors Guild

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon


         
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  1. mm

    Marion Cotillard is so beatiful…elegant..she has everything…wow