January 31, 2011 03:38:04 GMT
Colin Firth of 'The King's Speech' and Natalie Portman of 'Black Swan' took the coveted Best Actor and Actress titles respectively.
The 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards has wrapped the ceremony and the winners in movie were easily predicted because most of them had won at the Golden Globes. "The King's Speech" and "The Fighter" led in terms of number with two each.
Colin Firth took Best Lead Actor title for his portrayal of King George VI in "The King's Speech". His win was followed with a recognition for the whole cast for the movie snatched the Best Ensemble prize. "It shouldn't be called the SAG Award. It should be called The Uplifting Award," Geoffrey Rush said on stage.
Melissa Leo was the first who won for "The Fighter" that night. She grabbed Best Supporting Actress and gave a shout out to The Seven Sisters from "The Fighter". Later, her on-screen son Christian Bale stood on the stage to receive Best Lead Actor presented by Susan Sarandon.
Meanwhile, Best Lead Actress went to Natalie Portman. "I've been working since I was 11 years old and SAG has taken care of me," the "Black Swan" beauty said in humble. The other award for movie was given to "Inception" for Stunt Ensembles. SAG Awards committee chair JoBeth Williams and SAG president announced the winner on the red carpet.
The 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards which was held on Sunday, January 30 also honored the best in TV.
Winners List of 2011 SAG Awards in Movie: