The WGA Awards wrapped its 2015 edition with the big winners being The Grand Budapest Hotel for best original screenplay and The Imitation Game receiving the adapted screenplay award. Unlike the DGA, WGA Awards are not a good predictor of Oscar winners given how they strictly nominate those in their union. This year’s New York ceremony at the Edison Ballroom didn’t get excruciatingly ahead in announcing key winners before L.A. — rather Gotham’s edition was delayed. Here’s how both ceremonies went down with Deadline’s Jeremy Gerard at the Edison, and Anthony D’Alessandro and Ross Lincoln at the Hyatt.
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