1 of 5 | The cast and crew of "Everything Everywhere All at Once" wins best feature at the 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on November 28. The movie swept the SAG Awards on Sunday night, as well. File Photo by Gabriele Holtermann/UPI | License Photo
Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Top Gun: Maverick and Stranger Things earned the accolades for Best Stunt Ensemble for a Film and TV Series, respectively, at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles.
The stars of Abbott Elementary won for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series, Jean Smart scored the trophy for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Hacks and Jeremy Allen White earned the honor for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for The Bear.
Jessica Chastain won the statuette for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Limited Series for George & Tammy and Sam Elliott was named Best Actor in a TV Movie or Limited Series for 1883.
"What can I say in 45 seconds, after just receiving the most meaningful acknowledgement of my 55-year career from a group of my peers?" Elliott said.
"Many of whom I don't even know, or know only from afar as a fan who respects their work. Not time to say enough," he added. "But I can say thank you, and I can tell you that I'm honored and grateful to be in your company, whether in this audience or at home. After seeing the work of my fellow nominees, I'm not sure I should be standing up here, but I'm sure I'll get over that."
Everything Everywhere All At Once co-stars Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan won for Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor in a Movie, respectively.
The cast was also recognized as Best Ensemble in a Film and Quan became the first Asian male film SAG Award winner.
"This moment no longer belongs to just me, it also belongs to everyone who has asked for change," he said.
"When I stepped away from acting it was because there were so few opportunities," the former child star went on. "The landscape looks so different now than before. So, thank you so much to everyone in this room who contributed to these changes."
Brendan Fraser went home with the Best Actor in a Film prize for his work in The Whale.
Films The Banshees of Inisherin and Everything Everywhere All at Once went into the ceremony with five nominations each, including for Best Ensemble in a Movie.
Netflix drama Ozark had four nominations and lead Jason Bateman won for Best Actor in a Drama Series.
Jennifer Coolidge won Best Actress in a Drama Series for The White Lotus, which also won for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Only Murders in the Building co-stars Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez opened the ceremony with a parody of Banshees, showing Martin telling Short he no longer wanted to be friends and would cut off his own fingers if Short didn't go away.
"So, no more banjo?" Gomez asked, to which Martin replied by putting down his favorite musical instrument.
"Yes!" Gomez exclaimed.
Andrew Garfield presented the SAG Life Achievement Award to his Amazing Spider-Man co-star Sally Field.
"Acting, to me, has always been about finding those few, precious moments when I feel totally, utterly, sometimes dangerously alive," Field said. "The task has always been to find a way to get to that."
The gala streamed on Netflix's YouTube channel, as well as on Twitter and Facebook.
Presenters throughout the evening included Quinta Brunson, Janelle James, Jenny Slate, Orlando Bloom, James Marsden, Mark Wahlberg, Jovan Adepo, Jason Bateman, Emily Blunt, Matt Bomer, Jeff Bridges, Jessie Buckley, Diego Calva, Jessica Chastain, Don Cheadle, Paul Dano, Ariana DeBose, Fran Drescher, Colin Farrell, Claire Foy, Andrew Garfield, Antonia Gentry, Brendan Gleeson, Stephanie Hsu, Gabriel LaBelle, Eugene Levy, Li Jun Li, Rooney Mara, Caleb McLaughlin, Paul Mescal, Jenna Ortega, Ashley Park, Aubrey Plaza, Amy Poehler, Ke Huy Quan, Haley Lu Richardson, Adam Scott, Michelle Williams, Michelle Yeoh and Zendaya.
Michelle Yeoh attends the SAG Awards at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles on February 26, 2023. Yeoh won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for "Everything Everywhere All At Once," which also won Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo