Shocking SAG Awards (Film) snubs: ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ Robert Redford …

The SAG Award nominations were mostly as expected, but with several races crowded with viable candidates this year there were still significant omissions, not the least of which were “The Wolf of Wall Street,” snubbed in all categories, Robert Redford, who had been expected to pick up a bid for “All is Lost,” and Tom Hanks, who earned a leading nomination for “Captain Phillips” but was left out of the supporting race for “Saving Mr. Banks.”

See some of the most significant snubs below. For a complete list of the nominations, click here.

NOT NOMINATED: Best Film Ensemble
“Blue Jasmine”
“Inside Llewyn Davis”
Saving Mr. Banks
The Wolf of Wall Street

NOT NOMINATED: Best Film Actor
Christian Bale, “American Hustle”
Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Michael B. Jordan, “Fruitvale Station”
Joaquin Phoenix, “Her”
Robert Redford, “All is Lost

NOT NOMINATED: Best Film Actress
Amy Adams, “American Hustle”
Berenice Bejo, “The Past”
Adele Exarchopoulos, “Blue is the Warmest Color”

NOT NOMINATED: Best Film Supporting Actor
Bradley Cooper, “American Hustle”
Will Forte, “Nebraska”
John Goodman, “Inside Llewyn Davis”
Tom Hanks, “Saving Mr. Banks”
Jonah Hill, “The Wolf of Wall Street”

NOT NOMINATED: Best Film Supporting Actress
Sally Hawkins, “Blue Jasmine”
Scarlett Johansson, “Her”
Margo Martindale, “August: Osage County”
Octavia Spencer, “Fruitvale Station”

5 thoughts on “Shocking SAG Awards (Film) snubs: ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ Robert Redford …

  1. Redford’s snub is shameful. How many of his colleagues can carry a movie and hold the screen with no supporting cast and virtually no dialogue?

  2. You list the “snubs”, but who would you replace them with? SAG has 5 slots for each category. You list each category with about 5 snubs. Are you suggesting that SAG scraps all of their existing nominees for your choices? Unless you have the guts to list who you would leave out instead, there should be no talks of “snubs”.


    As you know Belfort was ordered to pay 110 million in restitution to his victims. According to sources he’s paid back only 10 and continues his ply his trade as a “motivational speaker.”

    Scorsese’s main problem from the get-go was that he allowed Red Granite Productions to pay a cool million to Belfort for the rights to the book, royalties and — biggest mistake — allowed the con-man to appear at the end of the movie.

    Scorsese and company will now shrink from any discussion or comment about the Belfort business during the period of time that the Academy is in voting mode but there’s enough controversy generated thus far to cast doubt over the Wolf’s awards future…

    Personally, I hope Wolf of Wall Street walks away with NOTHING.

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