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Offstage at SAG: Betty White's thing for Robert Redford and a giddy 'Glee'
Offstage at SAG: Betty White's thing for Robert Redford and a giddy 'Glee'

After watching the Golden Globes red carpet turn into a soggy glamour scramble, the organizers of the Screen Actors Guild Awards pitched a tent over their scarlet rug. The rain never came Saturday evening at the Shrine Auditorium, but the covering still felt right -- every celebrity circus needs a big top. The Times' Geoff Boucher and Amy Kaufman share some moments from the center ring, inside and outside the show.The show ended with a director singing the praises of another director. Eli Roth, a filmmaker best know for the gruesome "Hostel" torture films, was one of Quentin Tarantino's many bold casting choices for "Inglourious Basterds," his alternate history of WWII, which won the...

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