`Trial Of The Chicago 7,’ `The Crown,’ `Schitt’s Creek’ Claim Top SAG Honors

In this image from video, AP film writer Jake Coyle, top center, speaks with Eddie Redmayne, top left, Alex Sharp, top right, Frank Langella, from center left, John Carroll Lynch, Kelvin Harrison Jr., and from bottom left, Michael Keaton and Sacha Baron Cohen, immediately following the announcement of their Screen Actors Guild Award win for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture for "The Trial of The Chicago 7" on Thursday, April 1, 2021. The 27th annual SAG Awards airs Sunday, April 4. (AP Photo)
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Aaron Sorkin's historical drama "The Trial of the Chicago 7'' collected the top Screen Actors Guild Award honor of best motion picture ensemble tonight, although leading individual performance honors went to the two leads of "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'' -- Viola Davis and the late Chadwick Boseman.'' Meanwhile, Netflix' "The Crown'' continued its awards season dominance by winning the prize for best ensemble in a drama series, while Pop TV's "Schitt's Creek,'' after sweeping the comedy categories at the Emmys, won the SAG honor for best comedy ensemble. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 27th annual SAG Awards were presented in a pre-recorded, hourlong television special simulcast on TBS and TNT. Veteran actor Frank Langella, who portrayed the corrupt just
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