During the awards ceremony of the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Hollywood have different winners of the migration policy of president Donald Trump criticized. Host Ashton Kutcher put during his openingsmonoloog already the show by the actors, the tv viewers, and “everyone in the airports that belong in my America” for welcome. At the ceremony fell under more Emma Stone, Denzel Washington, ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ in the prices.
“You are a part of who we are and we love you and welcome you,” said Kutcher. Several of the laureates were also to use their bedankingsspeeches to the policy of Trump to sue. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, that the price won for best actress in a humorous series for ‘Veep’, pointed out that her father was a refugee from nazi Germany and called the immigratiestop “a disgrace and un-American”.
Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus describes the Trump travel ban as a “blemish” and “un-American” in her #SAGAwards speech https://t.co/qdr20Uaf5E pic.twitter.com/iuC48Qmg8Y
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‘Moonlight’actor, Mahershala Ali, that the prize for the best male supporting role, stated that he was a muslim and that his mother, a minister, did not jump at that decision, but that they have their differences, however, can have resolution. “We have these things next to us laid out and we love each other,” he says. Actress Taylor Schilling of “Orange is the new Black”, which is the prize for the best comedyreeks, said that the cast of the series is extremely diverse “places like Nigeria, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Ireland, Brooklyn. And we know that it is up to us, and to you all for the stories to continue to tell that demonstrate that what unites us is stronger than the forces that we try to divide”.
Emma Stone, for her role in “La La Land” the SAG award for best actress won, stated that “we find ourselves in a very difficult time in the world and in our country and some things are not justified. There is need for action and I am very proud that I am part of a group that wants to do business to reflect on the society.”
Other SAG-awards went to Denzel Washington (best actor), “Hidden Figures” (best film), ‘Stranger Things’ (best dramareeks), Sarah Paulson (best actress in a television movie or miniseries) and Viola Davis (best female supporting role). The lifetime achievement award went this year to Lily Tomlin.
The SAG awards are considered a good indicator for the Oscars, which this year will be presented on February 26. The big favorite is the film “La La Land” with Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, which is 14 times was nominated.
“I’m so grateful to be a part of a group of people that care!” – Emma Stone #sagawards pic.twitter.com/oCCYuxKRmc
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