If Anne Hathaway dreamed a dream of sweeping the major awards this season, it's coming true. Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence were probably in it, too.
The trio of actors followed up their Golden Globe wins with honors at Sunday's 19th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which also saw Ben Affleck's Argo continue its own dream run toward next month's Academy Awards.
Day-Lewis was humble in accepting his male actor award for the starring role in Lincoln. "It was an actor who murdered Abraham Lincoln," he said. "And therefore it's only fitting that an actor tries every now and then to bring him back to life again."
Hathaway garnered a SAG for supporting female actor for her portrayal of a devoted mother in the musical Les Miserables.
Argo won the SAG award for outstanding cast - the ceremony's equivalent to Oscars' best picture. With a win here after a Golden Globe and Producers Guild Award, Argo has quickly become a favorite this awards season.