SAG Awards 2015 red carpet: ‘OITNB’ is everywhere, Aniston is fashionably late
Watch Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong’o, Jennifer Aniston, Viola Davis and many more walk the red carpet at the 2015 SAG Awards.
The red carpet at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards was hot -- thanks to Santa Ana conditions -- and definitely heavy with performers from the big and small screens.
Ensemble nominee "Orange Is the New Black" had a stellar, early turnout Sunday outside the Shrine Auditorium and Exposition Hall, while Jennifer Aniston, nominated for lead role in "Cake," hit the carpet at the last minute holding hands with fiance Justin Theroux of "The Leftovers."
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Check out the arrivals action in the tweets, pictures and interviews below. Read live updates from the show here.
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4:50 p.m.: Patricia Arquette is in no rush
"Boyhood" matriarch Patricia Arquette was waiting in a photo line that grew increasingly long as the opening of the SAG Awards drew near, but the actress didn't mind losing her spot to chat for a bit.
Arquette, who is nominated for her role as a divorced mother of two in Linklater's opus, said she almost wished this weren't the last stop before the Oscars.
"I want the time to go by slow," she said. "I pretend like we’re still filming and I get to see my boy [Ellar Coltrane] and my girl [Lorelei Linklater] grow and grow.
"I'm like a proud mama, and I just want to take photo upon photo of them all dressed up."
Don't worry, Patricia, this isn't exactly the last stop: "Boyhood" earned five Indie Spirit Award nominations -- including a supporting actress nod for Arquette -- and those winners will be named the day before the Oscars.
4:37 p.m.: "OITNB" star pays for her Netflix subscription
No one gets a free Netflix subscription -- not even Danielle Brooks, who plays Taystee on "Orange Is the New Black."
"Girl, bye," she said with a laugh, when asked.
In a form-fitting dark blue dress, she was most excited about seeing the fans on the red carpet.
"They keep me calm," she said, especially when she's trying to make sure a bra strap doesn't show.
This morning she woke up to get a massage, then ate some fruit and "good food" before starting the getting-ready process.
Tonight, her mother is her good luck charm.
4:03 p.m.: Julie Lake breaks from "OITNB" look with '20s-style hair and glittery eyes
Who knew getting ready for an awards show was so tedious? "Orange Is the New Black" actress Julie Lake said Sunday outside the Shrine that she'd been up since 9 a.m.
"I was so exhausted," she said, noting that she was out late at a party Saturday night.
If her show wins tonight, expect her to bust out into the running man on the dance floor at the after-party.
Jim Parsons of “The Big Bang Theory” – he’s a four-time nominee in SAG’s male actor in a comedy series category – showed off his ensemble before hitting the red carpet.
Along with the rest of the "Orange Is the New Black" cast, Laverne Cox is nominated for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series.
Eric Stonestreet -- Cam on "Modern Family" -- may or may not have had a wardrobe malfunction before hitting the red carpet.
His costar Jesse Tyler Ferguson gets dapper with his husband, lawyer Justin Mikita.
Ferguson also lent a hand accessorizing Julie Bowen's husband, Scott Phillips.
The SAG Awards Instagram account suggests following Matt McGorry of "Orange Is the New Black" and "How to Get Away With Murder," who is sending live updates from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
Uzo Aduba -- Susan "Crazy Eyes" Warren of "Orange Is the New Black" -- is up for the award for a female actor in a comedy series.
A sneak peek of her costar, Laverne Cox's, red carpet gown.
Pedro Pascal, who plays Prince Oberyn Martell (a.k.a. The Viper) in "Game of Thrones," shows that he cleans up well.
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