Eugene And Dan Levy Open The Night
The 2020 SAG Awards may have been hostless, but the "Schitt's Creek" father and son team of Eugene and Dan Levy took the reigns, opening the show by presenting the first awards of the night.
The 'Mrs. Maisel' Cast Voted For 'Fleabag'
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" won the big Ensemble Cast in a Comedy Series prize, and going up to accept the award, star Alex Bortsein said that not only were they all shocked they won, they actually wanted the cast of "Fleabag" to take home the prize.
"I voted for 'Fleabag'!" she revealed.
Brad Pitt Gets Big Laughs
Accepting the award for Best Supporting Actor, Brad Pitt had the audience in stitches, joking that he needs to "add this to my Tinder profile," and joking about director Quentin Tarantino's long-rumoured foot fetish.
"Seriously, Quentin has separated more women from their shoes than the TSA," he said.
Robert De Niro's Life Achievement Award
Leonardo DiCaprio presented Robert De Niro with the SAG Life Achievement Award, celebrating his many decades in film.
Accepting the award, De Niro stood up for the importance of unions, and took some shots at Donald Trump.
Joaquin Phoenix Remember Heath Ledger
Finishing his acceptance speech after winning Best Actor, "Joker" star Joaquin Phoenix paid tribute to another actor who shone in the role of Batman's iconic villain.
"Really, I’m standing on the shoulders of my favourite actor Heath Ledger," Phoenix said.
The South Korean thriller "Parasite" became the first foreign language film to win Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture in the history of the SAG Awards.
Star Song Sang-ho joked during the acceptance speech, "It occurs to me that maybe we haven't created such a bad movie."