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Emerald Fennell and Sacha Baron Cohen win at Writers Guild Awards

Emerald Fennell and Sacha Baron Cohen win at Writers Guild Awards

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Britons Emerald Fennell and Sacha Baron Cohen were among the winners at the Writers Guild Awards, in a major boost to their Oscars hopes.Fennell walked away with the prize for best original screenplay for her film, Promising Young Woman - her directorial debut. She won over the likes of Aaron Sorkin, who wrote The Trial of the Chicago 7, and Will Berson and Shaka King, who wrote Judas and the Black Messiah - all of which are in the running for the best picture gong at next month's Oscars. Image: Fennell (C) has been given an Oscar nomination for her film Promising Young Woman. Pic: Merie Weismiller Wallace/Focus Features via AP She accepted the award from the UK, saying in a video message that the win was an "incredible, unbelievable,...
Brad and Jen reunite at Screen Actors Guild Awards

Brad and Jen reunite at Screen Actors Guild Awards

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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have been reunited at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where they both won prizes.The former husband and wife warmly embraced as they met backstage, after Pitt picked up outstanding supporting actor for his portrayal of an ageing stuntman in Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. They were photographed exchanging words, with Pitt holding on to Aniston's wrist as she attempted to head back into the celebrity-filled crowd. Image: Jen heads off into the crowd, as Brad does his best to stall her Image: Both were full of smiles, and winners on the night Both were full of smiles, with Pitt clutching his newly collected trophy.Pitt was married to Aniston from ...
Screen Actors Guild Awards: Two nominations for Emily Blunt

Screen Actors Guild Awards: Two nominations for Emily Blunt

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Emily Blunt is up for two prizes at next month's Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, the nominations for which have just been announced.The British star is up for the guild's best film actress prize for Mary Poppins Returns, which is having its European premiere later in London.She is also up for a supporting actor award for horror film A Quiet Place, which husband John Krasinski directed.Christian Bale and Olivia Colman are among the other British nominees.The former is shortlisted for his role as former US vice president Dick Cheney in the political satire Vice.The latter is up for the best actress award for The Favourite, for which Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone are also recognised. ...