ACE Eddie, PGA, and SAG awards chime in to support “Hidden Figures” and “La La Land”

Over the weekend, the guilds really chimed in with their awards, potentially shaping the Oscar race in a big way. We saw the ACE Eddie, the Producers Guild of America, and the Screen Actors Guild hold their ceremonies, each of which impacted things, to one degree or another. As always, ACE, PGA, and SAG have some of the most direct crossover with Academy members, so what they think does hold water.



Are any one of them the be all, end all? No, but they cumulatively represent a lot of what potential Oscar voters are thinking at the moment. So, you must give them credence. The big winner of the weekend was La La Land, though Hidden Figures has now created some interesting new dynamics to the race. That film took advantage of La La Land not being in SAG’s Best Ensemble lineup, beating out Moonlight for the prize. La La Land did see Emma Stone win there for Best Actress, while it also took the PGA award as well as the ACE in Comedy (Arrival won in Drama). You can see all of the guild results below, and sit tight for some broader analysis on what the state of the race now is, post ACE, PGA, and SAG.
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