Dimension-hopping action-adventure ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ competes for multiple honors on Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild awards, a glitzy red-carpet ceremony that offers clues about what actors and films will prevail at next month’s Oscars.
The movie starring Michelle Yeoh as an exasperated laundry owner trying to finish her taxes is the favorite to take best film ensemble at the SAG awards, according to experts polled by the Gold Derby website.
If the movie wins big, that would give it a boost on the way to the Academy Awards on 12 March. SAG winners are chosen by members of the SAG-AFTRA acting union, and actors make up the largest group of voters for the Oscars.
Other movies vying for the top SAG honor include Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical drama ‘The Fabelmans’ and dark comedy ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’. The honors will stream live on Netflix Inc’s NFLX.O YouTube channel starting at 8pm Eastern time (0100 GMT on Monday).