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    SAG sure has changed things in the past. It gave momentum to Halle Berry and Crash. It sure added excitement to the Best Actor race last year. What could happen this year to change any category that seems a lock? I would love to see Timothee Chalamet be that person this year in the Best Actor race. Sure seems like the last chance to take the momentum from Gary Oldman.

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    SAG sure has changed things in the past. It gave momentum to Halle Berry and Crash. What could happen this year to change any category that seems a lock? I would love to see Timothee Chalamet be that person this year in the Best Actor race. Sure seems like the last chance to take the momentum from Gary Oldman.

    For nominations, no. The polls for nominations have already closed.

    For wins, sure. Anything can happen.

    In this specific case, it’s a long shot. In my prediction, I have Oldman way ahead. The only way I can see him not winning is if either Chalamet or Kaluuya surge and win both SAG and BAFTA. If Oldman wins either of those, he’s basically a lock for the Oscar win, unless for some bizzare reason he is not nominated.

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    Thomas Eagan
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    I wonder how many of AMPAS voters have actually seen CMBYN yet ? CMBYN not being nominated for SAG Ensemble does not mean too much for the Best Picture race. It is not an ensemble movie. It is a Timothee Chalamet and Arnie Hammer movie.

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    PJ Edwards
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    Oldman is going to win in a walk.

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    sofan
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    They could shake things up but they won’t because they are a bunch of sheep and most of them are trying to predict the Oscars or SAG winners instead of voting for what they genuinely think is the best performance.

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    Honey
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    Well if Denzel winning SAG last year can make half the website go full-dumbass mode and throw away logic even if that’s the only win they get, it’s inevitable that it’ll shake things up if they don’t go with what CC and GG says.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Oldman is going to win in a walk.

    He is the only frontrunner at SAG that is a bonafide lock to win.

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    Dan Jo Galicia
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    If Margo Robbie wins, well….

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    Andrew Carden
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    If Oldman could win at the Globes, he’s a virtual shoo-in with SAG.

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    Sally Carter
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    They could shake things up but they won’t because they are a bunch of sheep and most of them are trying to predict the Oscars or SAG winners instead of voting for what they genuinely think is the best performance.

     

    Last year Denzel Washington won SAG, while Casey Affleck won everything else, and Hidden Figures  won SAG for Outstanding Performance by a Cast, while Moonlight won Oscar as BP.

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    Riley
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    I am going to have to bet on Margot Robbie because if I bet on Frances McDormand and am right, I will merely share first place with like six hundred other people.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    @riley I bet against McDormand at the GGs and the CC, and she won both times. I can’t bring myself to underestimate her again.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    @AndrewCarden Would you say that Frances is a virtual shoo-in at SAG as well?

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    @AndrewCarden Would you say that Frances is a virtual shoo-in at SAG as well?

    I know you asked Andrew Carden, but I don’t feel it’s safe to call her a shoo-in due to the statistics of no one ever winning the SAG for best actress 2x. I think she’ll win but history is against it.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    @zkrons It’s not just that, but Ronan and Hawkins are VERY formidable competition (especially the former).

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