Iran hostage crisis drama "Argo" won the best film drama prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards, in yet another boost for its prospects at next month's all-important Oscars.
Ben Affleck, who directed and starred in "Argo", wins the best film drama prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. It was the second top prize in as many days for Affleck after his film won the Producers Guild of America award, a key bellwether for Oscars glory, on Saturday night.
Steven Spielberg's top-tipped presidential drama "Lincoln" also scored successes with best actor for Daniel Day-Lewis in the title role, and supporting actor Tommy Lee Jones.
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