Legendary actress Helen Mirren scored a huge win at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards when she won for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries, for her work on the made-for-TV movie Phil Spector, starring opposite Al Pacino as the infamous, eponymous Spector.
ET's Rocsi Diaz, who was backstage at the SAG Awards, caught up with the three-time SAG winning Mirren to talk about the award, the movie, and her co-star, Al Pacino, who Mirren simply couldn't say enough about.
"I do feel that [Al Pacino] is the most beloved of all actors," Mirren said of her co-star. "In my country, in Britain, in America, in the English-speaking world of drama on film or television, and a lot in the theater, he is just the most beloved and the most respected."
Check out the video for more from the brilliant Helen Mirren.