Last night’s Screen Actors Guild awards looked very similar to the Golden Globes—with one 3-D exception. Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, not Avatar, took home the top prize of outstanding ensemble. Comedian Mo'Nique also won, and the Precious star is expected to nab the Oscar. Other winners last night include Crazy Heart's Jeff Bridges, and The Blind Side's Sandra Bullock, who beat out Golden Globe winner Meryl Streep, setting up a battle between the two for the Best Actress Oscar. Mad Men’s well-dressed cast won the ensemble award for dramatic series, Michael C. Hall picked up a trophy for Dexter, and Oscar co-host Alec Baldwin scored for 30 Rock.