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Eddie Redmayne & Julianne Moore Win Top Acting Prizes at SAG Awards 2015

Eddie Redmayne & Julianne Moore Win Top Acting Prizes at SAG Awards 2015

Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore were the big winners at the 2015 SAG Awards!

The 33-year-old English actor and the 54-year-old actress took home the awards for Outstanding Performance in a Leading Role in the male and female category for their roles in The Theory of Everything and Still Alice, respectively. Watch their acceptance speeches below!

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Eddie and Julianne are definitely getting recognized during award season and also picked up awards at the 2015 Golden Globes.


Eddie Redmayne – SAG Awards Acceptance Speech

Click inside for Julianne Moore’s acceptance speech at the SAG Awards…


Julianne Moore – SAG Awards Acceptance Speech

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  • 1MzLiz

    I don’t know what there is about Eddie Redmayne, but I fell in love with him in Les Miserable and our ‘love affair’ has remained. He’s just so unaffected and darned nice appearing.

  • Jilli

    I also loved him in My Week With Marilyn. I hope he wins the Oscar because it would be well deserved.

  • Dee

    Such a well deserved win! That performance was absolutely brilliant and heartbreaking, I know Keaton is the front runner, but I reeeaally dont get what the fuss is about his performance though, Edward Norton I get, but Keaton did nothing for me and truthfully I didnt enjoy the movie all that much either. I dont get why everyone is so up in arms about it….

  • dalovelee

    That’s funny but both Eddie and Julianne Moore played Mother and Son in a weird movie called Savage Grace.

  • Bwest

    Congrats Julianne for more this victory! You are very talented and your performance in this film is poignant, brilliant! Very well deserved!

  • kelly

    Wow, agree to disagree I guess because I thought Keaton was FANTASTIC in Birdman. Norton was wonderful as well. I’m glad the cast won Best Acting Ensemble, and I hope it wins Best Picture at the Oscars. That being said, I found Redmayne to be equally as good as Keaton so I’ll be happy if either/or win the Oscar, even though I have a feeling it’ll be Keaton.

  • Dee

    I think ….*because* I didnt enjoy the movie as a whole, I wasnt really able to connect to Michael Keaton’s character?? As for other cast members like Emma I really reeeally lover her, but the only scene where she really blew me away is when shes telling her dad off, but other than I didnt really feel her performance either. Edward Norton is pretty much the only person who stood out to me. As for best picture, unfortunately I feel like we already know Boyhood will get that one, academy voters cant resists movies like that. I would love it if Selma or Whiplash were to get it….

  • kelly

    That’s totally understandable. Not everyone can connect with a performance, especially if they didn’t enjoy the movie as a whole. Keaton and Norton were the standouts for me, but I agree about Emma’s scene with Keaton. That’s why I wasn’t surprised it won the SAG, because it’s about the acting, whereas Boyhood had a strong performance from Arquette and Hawke, but the rest was just alright (in terms of acting). I think Best Picture will be between Boyhood and Birdman. I’d like Birdman to win but I agree, Boyhood will probably take it. FYI Whiplash was one of my favorites this year – J.K.’s performance was INCREDIBLE. Same with Miles. Also really enjoyed The Theory of Everything, Selma, Gone Girl, and The Grand Budapest Hotel. It’s a really tough year- lots of fantastic films.

  • Cate

    They both gave really great speeches. It’s a shame that Julianne didn’t mention people affected by Alzheimer’s in her speech.

    Eddies’ speech was wonderful: from his dedication to those living with ALS to his recognition for Timothy Spall and David Oyelowo. It was adorable how shocked Eddie was at his win.