"Sideways" won the top honor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Saturday, keeping the Oscars race wide open.
Writer-director Alexander Payne's wine country road trip comedy won for best Cast in a Motion Picture, an award that is sometimes associated with the Best Picture Oscar.
Jamie Foxx won for Male Actor in a Leading Role for "Ray," continuing his apparent march to Oscar gold. Hilary Swank won for Female Actor in a Leading Role for "Million Dollar Baby."
Cate Blanchett and Morgan Freeman were honored for their supporting performances in "The Aviator" and "Million Dollar Baby," respectively.
"Desperate Housewives" won for best TV comedy ensemble. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" won for best drama ensemble.
Jennifer Garner of "Alias" won for best drama series female lead. Jerry Orbach, who died of cancer in December, was honored posthumously as best drama series male lead for "Law & Order."
The victory for "Sideways" left the Oscar race wide open after "Million Dollar Baby" won top honors from the Director's Guild of America and "The Aviator" took the highest prize from the Producer's Guild of America.
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