Harvey Keitel

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015: Seven things to watch for

At just two hours, the Screen Actors Guild Awards are short and sweet. But the show, which happens Sunday at Los Angeles' Shrine Exposition Center and airs on TNT and TBS starting at 5 p.m. Pacific, is closely watched in Hollywood as a potential harbinger of how Oscar day will unfold.

Voted on by 111,228 eligible SAG-AFTRA members and coming just over three weeks before Academy Awards ballots are due, the SAG Awards tend to honor character-driven films with sprawling, starry casts, like last year's winner, "American Hustle," 2013's "Argo" and 2012's "the Help."