Black Panther, Rami Malek and Glenn Close win at the Screen Actors Guild awards
It's been quite a week for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther, which has not only just become the first superhero movie in history to receive a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards, but also enjoyed a great night at the Screen Actors Guild awards, where Coogler's film picked up the award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The film also picked up the award for Best Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture.
Rami Malek won the Best Male Actor award for his portrayal of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, while Glenn Close took home the award for Best Female actor in recognition of her performance in The Wife.
Other winners included Emily Blunt, who won Best Female in a Supporting Role for her part in husband John Krasinki's horror-thriller A Quiet Place, while Mahershala Ali took home the male equivalent for his role in Peter Farrelly's comedy-drama Green Book.