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"Wonder Woman" Wins One More Award: Stunt Ensemble SAG

Wonder Woman (2017) - Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot)
Last night the Wonder Woman movie took home a SAG award and one more reason to expect an Oscar. The Patty Smith directed Wonder Woman was a blockbuster hit last year and Warner Bros is committed to getting it an Oscar.

The flick has already gotten 14 wins and 26 nominations including AFI Award for Movie of the Year and an Art Directors Guild award for Excellence in Production Design Award to Aline Bonetto. Last night the movie added one more notch in its awards belt.

The Screen Actors Guild Awards (also known as SAG Awards) are awards given by the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) to recognize outstanding performances in film and prime time television. The award recognizes the work of stunt performers and coordinators. It was first handed out at the 14th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2007.

The SAG Awards were presented on January 21, 2018, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Wonder Woman beat out Baby Driver, Logan, Dunkirk, and War for the Planet of the Apes for the award.

Here's the massive list of stunt performers that made the movie possible.

  • Gordon Alexander
  • Sina Ali
  • Brad Allen
  • Guiomar Alonso
  • David Anders
  • Chey Anich
  • Mark Archer
  • Camilla Argent
  • Cole Armitage
  • Georgina Armstrong
  • Adam Basil
  • Lloyd Bass
  • Joanna Bennett
  • Christopher Bowden
  • Alex Bracq
  • Aidan Brindle
  • Steve Brown
  • Andrew Burford
  • Nellie Burroughes
  • Michael Byrch
  • Damon Caro
  • Richard Cetrone
  • Neil Chapelhow
  • Jonathan Cohen
  • Joel Conlan
  • Liam Coote
  • Lucy Cork
  • Lateef Crowder Dos Santos
  • Jason Curle
  • Danielle Da Costa
  • Nicholas Daines
  • Wayne Dalglish
  • Bill Davey
  • Andrius Davidenas
  • Tim Davies
  • Caitlin Dechelle
  • Josh Dyer
  • James Embree
  • Rachael Evelyn
  • Mickey Facchinello
  • Bradley Farmer
  • Pete Ford
  • Dean Forster
  • Sarah Franzl
  • Aaron Gassor
  • Martin Goeres
  • Luke Gomes
  • Nic Goodey
  • Oliver Gough
  • Jessie Graff
  • Ryan Green
  • Guillermo Grispo
  • Gary Grundy
  • Tom Hallahan
  • James M. Halty
  • Paul Heasman
  • Matt Hermiston
  • Rob Herring
  • Jeff Hewitt-Davis
  • Maria Hippolyte
  • Nick Hobbs
  • Al Holland
  • Bobby Holland Hanton
  • Timo Honsa
  • Gary Hoptrough
  • Paul Howell
  • Rob Hunt
  • Luke Ioannou
  • Jack Jagodka
  • Allen Jo
  • Antal Kalik
  • Gary Kane
  • Ian Kay
  • Matthew Kaye
  • Robbie Keane
  • Orissa Kelly
  • Cristian Knight
  • David Knight
  • Wendy Leech
  • Sarah Lochlan
  • Sam Looc
  • Sonny Louis
  • Glenn Marks
  • Tina Maskell
  • Chelsea Mather
  • Kim McGarrity
  • Adrian McGaw
  • Kye McKee
  • Andy Merchant
  • Carly Michaels
  • Donald Mills
  • Chris Morrison
  • Theo Morton
  • Rory Mulroe
  • Elliot Murray
  • Lucy Jayne Murray
  • David Newton
  • Mayling Ng
  • Brian “Sonny” Nickels
  • James O’Daly
  • Lauren Okadigbo
  • Natalie Padilla
  • Abian Padron Ramirez
  • Sam Parham
  • Charlie Pawlett
  • Ian Pead
  • Justin Pearson
  • Andy Pilgrim
  • Rubie Planson
  • Oleg Podobin
  • Chris Pollard
  • Tilly Powell
  • Juliet Reeve
  • Tim Rigby
  • Shane Roberts
  • Phoebe Robinson-Galvin
  • Tom Rodgers
  • Nick Roeten
  • Seon Rogers
  • Matthew Rugetti
  • Fabio Santos
  • Christiaan Schodel
  • Nicholas Schodel
  • Julia Schunevitsch
  • Luke Scott
  • Marcus Shakesheff
  • Matt Sherren
  • Lee Sheward
  • Mark Slaughter
  • Adam Smith
  • Mark Stanton-Kelly
  • Samuel Stefan
  • Anna Stephenson
  • James Stewart
  • Shane Steyn
  • Matthew Stirling
  • Jonny Stockwell
  • John Street
  • Roy Taylor
  • Arran Topham
  • Luke Tumber
  • Alicia Vela-Bailey
  • Miguel Villalba Garcia
  • Andy Wareham
  • Calvin Warrington-Heasman
  • Ryan Watson
  • Reg Wayment
  • Maxine Whittaker
  • Belle Williams
  • Donna Williams
  • Justin A. Williams
  • Annabel Wood
  • Sebastian Zaniesienko
It takes a small-army of stunt performers to bring a blockbuster action movie to the screen. For example, there were at least four Wonder Woman stunt doubles.

26-year-old Caitlin Dechelle (Fast and Furious 7, Supah Ninjas, Bones, Agents of Shield, John Carter & Percy Jackson – Sea of Monsters) was Gal Gadot's lead stunt double, but Diana Correia, Christiaan Schodel, and Alicia Vela-Bailey also did stunts as the Amazonian princess. Ryan Watson is the fight coordinator for Wonder Woman.

The last superhero movie to win a stunt SAG award was The Dark Knight back in 2008. Last year Hacksaw Ridge beat out comic book movie Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange along with Jason Bourne and Nocturnal Animals.

The future is looking bright for Wonder Woman and it rightfully took home another honor. Could an Oscar be on the horizon?

Do you think Wonder Woman deserves the SAG award?

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