During the Screen Actors Guild awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, Slumdog Millionaire, Sean Penn and Meryl Streep won the night’s biggest honours. Even though The Curious Case of Benjamin Button dominates this year’s Academy Award nominations, the SAGs failed to recognize the film. Doubt led the SAG nominations with five nods and scored Streep a Best Actress win. The visibly shocked actress joked, “I didn’t even buy a dress!”. Milk‘s Sean Penn walked away with the award for Best Leading Male, while the cast of Slumdog Millionaire scored the award for Best Ensemble. Accepting the award on behalf of the cast, actor Anil Kapoor dedicated it to the film’s youngest stars, saying, “They deserve this award. They set our performances, not us. So this is on behalf of the children.” James Earl Jones received a Life Achievement Award and used his acceptance speech to honour a previous recipient of the award, saying, “In this gathering of gifted artists, I would like to raise a salute: Paul Newman, somebody down here likes you.” The Dark Knight‘s Heath Ledger received his much-anticipated posthumous win for Best Supporting Actor, which costar Gary Oldman accepted. 30 Rock continued its winning streak, taking home the awards for Best Actress (Tina Fey), Best Actor (Alec Baldwin) and Best Ensemble Comedy Cast. In the drama category, Mad Men won the Best Ensemble Cast award, but lead actor Jon Hamm lost to House‘s Hugh Laurie.