The 31-year-old actor was joined by Elvis director Baz Luhrmann, 60, and his wife Catherine Martin – who accompanied Butler to the 2023 Producers Guild Awards in LA.
Butler’s dirty blonde hair was styled up and his handsome face sported some clean-cut stubble.
Hollywood’s new leading man arrived without his girlfriend, supermodel-turned-actress Kaia Gerber.
He hobnobbed with other A-list stars inside the Fairmont Century Plaza, posing alongside fellow nominees Julia Garner, Ana De Armas and Taron Egerton.
Burgundy best: Austin Butler, 31, looked dapper on Sunday when he attended the 29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards wearing a tailored burgundy tuxedo. The Elvis star’s burgundy tuxedo featured a retro cut that highlighted Austin’s tall, lean figure
The Elvis star’s burgundy tuxedo featured a retro cut that highlighted Austin’s tall, lean figure.
Baz, who hails from Sydney, Australia, was equally stylish in his classic black suit while his spouse Catherine complemented his look in a stunning black blazer and fitted pants.
Inside the event, Butler posed for photos with Julia Garner, who was nominated for her acclaimed turn in Inventing Anna, and Ana De Armas, who was nominated for her performance as Marilyn Monroe in Blonde.
Garner matched Butler in her gorgeous dark red gown that featured a sheer neckline embellished with crystals, while the De Armas oozed glamour in a plunging silver dress.
Austin went on to make a dashing duo with Taron Egerton, who looked handsome in a white tuxedo.
Egerton was nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series for his performance in Black Bird, ultimately losing out to Sam Elliott.
Butler’s lauded turn as Elvis earned him a nomination in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role.
He faces stiff competition from Brendan Fraser in The Whale, who recently took home the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actor.
Director and star: The star was joined by Elvis director Baz Luhrmann, 60, and his wife Catherine Martin, who both looked smart in classic black looks
Leading ladies: Inside the event, Butler posed for photos with Julia Garner, 29, who was nominated for her acclaimed turn in Inventing Anna, and Ana De Armas, 34, who was nominated for her performance as Marilyn Monroe in Blonde
Dapper duo: Austin went on to make a dashing duo with Taron Egerton, 33, who looked handsome in a white tuxedo
Leading men: Egerton was nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series for his performance in Black Bird, ultimately losing out to Sam Elliott
Handsome hair: Butler’s dirty blonde hair was styled up and his handsome face sported some clean-cut stubble
The Banshees Of Inisherin and Everything Everywhere All At Once were among the most nominated feature films at the 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The Banshees Of Inisherin earned a nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, along with individual nods for Colin Farrell in the lead male actor category and Brendan Gleeson and Barry Keoghan in the supporting male category.
The Michelle Yeoh–starring Everything Everywhere All At Once, which has grossed more than $100 million against just a $14 million budget, was also a hit with SAG voters.
Yeoh, who scored a major career comeback with Everything Everywhere All At Once, was nominated for lead female actor.
Ke Huy Quan, best known as a child actor in Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom and The Goonies, cemented his return to Hollywood by winning for supporting male actor.
Stephanie Hsu, who plays the actors’ daughter in the film, was nominated in the supporting female actor category, losing out to co-star Jamie Lee Curtis, who plays a villainous IRS agent in the film.
Angela Bassett earned a nomination for supporting female actress for her Marvel superhero film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Honored: The Banshees Of Inisherin (pictured) and Everything Everywhere All At Once and topped the feature film nominations announced for the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Wednesday morning
Arthouse hits: Both films scored nominations for their acting ensembles, as well as nods in most of the individual actor categories after scoring rave reviews; still from Everything Everywhere All At Once
Cate Blanchett’s acclaimed performance in Tár was recognized, as was Viola Davis for The Woman King and Danielle Deadwyler for the Civil Rights Movement drama Till.
The Fabelmans, which won Best Picture, Drama, award at the Golden Globes, was nominated for the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category.
Paul Dano was nominated in the supporting actor category for playing a fictionalized version of director Steven Spielberg’s father.
Despite not receiving any individual nominations, the early Hollywood dramedy Babylon and Women Talking both received nominations for their full casts.
Among the television nominees, Ozark scored several nods. Jason Bateman and Laura Linney were both nominated in the lead categories, as was their costar Julia Garner.
The event also honored acting legend Sally Field with the SAG Life Achievement Award for her work spanning over five decades earning over 70 acting credits.
The 76-year-old actress who exclaimed, ‘You like me! Right now! You like me!’ when she won her second Oscar for Best Actress in 1984’s Places in the Heart, is no stranger to Hollywood honors.
Field has won Best Actress twice as she also scored for 1984’s Places In The Heart.