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The Annie Walker depicter in the Paul Feig-directed comedy reasons that money is not her goal in her 'creative life'.
Collecting 8 nods each, 'Hunger Games' and 'Bridesmaids' are set to compete in the Movie of the Year category along with 'Deathly Hallow II', 'Breaking Dawn I' and 'The Help'.
Universal Pictures announces that the Kristen Wiig-starring adult comedy has more than 4.8 million VOD rentals in less than four months in release and has grossed more than $24 million to date.
While 'Hugo' and 'Bridesmaids' are nominated in Best Edited Dramatic and Comedy/Musical Feature Film categories respectively, 'Rango' is up for the Best Edited Animated Feature Film award.
Contrary to rumors suggesting Kristen might not take part in the possible sequel, co-star Wendi McLendon-Covey says that the lead actress may still return after she finished her other projects.
While 'Horrible Bosses 2' might bring back its original crew and cast members, 'Bridesmaids' sequel could go ahead without its original leading star Kristen Wiig.
Aside from 'Bridesmaids', 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' and 'The Artist', well reviewed films like 'Hugo', 'War Horse' and 'Midnight in Paris' are competing to win the coveted Best Pictures award.
In addition to the three feature films, the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards picks 'Midnight in Paris' and 'The Descendants' as the contenders for the Outstanding Performance by a Cast.
According to Jon Hamm who plays Ted in the comedy, Wiig might not reprise her role as Annie in the possible 'Bridesmaids 2'.
The action film remains atop the chart by obtaining a solid $34.5 million, while the comedy movie breaks through at the second position with $24.4 million.
Although the movie is still two weeks away, the cast held the premiere on April 28, presumably to coincide with the royal wedding.
In addition, Melissa McCarthy's Megan gets extra face time in the international trailer as the bridesmaid who suggests a fight club and refuses to apologize for burping.