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  • PJ Edwards
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    After some early talk of winning her 4th, SAG completely shut out The Post. It’s quite clear The Post is not as strong as some had thought. Streep would be a filler if she gets in at all.

    I also think that Judi Dench is going to hit all precursors. She is a lock for BAFTA. Dench also has a personal narrative, unlike Streep.

    Now, the rule is that Streep gets in for everything, but rules are made to be broken. Do you think this is the year that Streep gets snubbed?

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    Andrew Carden
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    I suspect she still makes the cut, even though, since the inception of the SAG Awards, she’s never earned an Oscar nom without hitting SAG first – the exception being Adaptation, for which she garnered a Lead SAG push. I think Fox simply did a crummy job getting screeners out to SAG members.

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    Paul Hardister
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    I think you are right PJ in that Dench has to be a lock for BAFTA. I hesitate to put Dench in my 5 for Oscar despite that and SAG. Only because it got only so-so reviews. Have you or anyone else seen Victoria & Abdul? If so, how is it? It’s on digital download now so I plan to check it out.

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    Atypical
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    “The Post” had ample screenings, so the nominating committee could have included Streep if they wanted to. A cooler reception to the film as a whole is the bigger concern. Streep is still in my final five regardless, since I think she’ll bounce back nicely at BAFTA.

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    Teridax
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    NO. The Oscars nominated Meryl Streep for Music of the Heart and One True Thing, they will definitely nod her at least for starring as a real-life person in a Spielberg film.

    The Post only got shut out at SAG because it sent out screeners late. I thought I, Tonya would slightly suffer with Margot Robbie failing to get in due to it being one of the last screeners sent to SAG voters, but in the end it wasn’t Robbie but Streep in that exact same category who wound up getting snubbed for that exact same reason.

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    Lmaoooo what “personal narrative” does Dench have other than she’s old and going blind?

    And no, Meryl is not missing no matter how much people want that to happen. DiCaprio, Lawrence, Waltz, Bale, Cooper, Adams, Mara, Huppert all made it in without hitting SAG and so did Meryl herself for Adaptation.

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    Streep is in. The Post is not only sizzlingly topical but widely praised. It will get attention at the Oscars. It’s a movie of much higher profile than Victoria & Abdul, and Streep’s performance has been received exceptionally positively, even for her.

    I am also interested to hear what Dench’s narrative is because I cannot think of one. Her movie is not an event in any way, shape or form, and while she’s generally regarded as the best thing about the otherwise weak film, her performance is not widely considered to be among her best. I don’t see why the Academy would feel like they’d need to give her a nomination right here and right now.

    There are a few SAG casualties every year. Along with D-Wash, Judi Dench will be the first among them.

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    Andrew D
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    if she was it would be the biggest snub of the year

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    pacinofan
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    I believe Meryl Streep will make it into the race, but as her performance has not reached the level of acclaim of Saoirse Ronan, Sally Hawkins or Frances McDormand, it would certainly not be the biggest snub of the year if she was to miss out.

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    sofan
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    The Oscars nominated Meryl Streep for Music of the Heart and One True Thing,

    So did SAG.

    I think she obviously lost her frontrunner status but I think she is still safe for a nomination. If she misses BAFTA, that is another thing.

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    Honey
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    well BAFTA didn’t nominate her for anything from 1987-2001 and didn’t bother with her for August Osage County or Into the Woods lol.

    though I think she will make it in the end regardless if BAFTA knocks her out lol unless the Post is also shut out completely there lol then she ain’t winning shit at the Oscars

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    Stegeo
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    She got nominated for Florence Foster Jenkins. Do you really think she’ll miss this year’s Oscars?

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    JB
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    Streep is in… They got the screeners to the SAG Nom Com too late… And remember, just because there are industry screenings, it doesnt mean that the nom com members have been able to attend them… They are full of all different guild members and regular SAG members who wont get to vote til after the nominating process…. It’s the same issue with “Django Unchained” and “Wolf of Wall Street”. Their screeners were sent out late/they had late screenings and missed SAG… But both returned big at the Oscars. The same will happen with Streep and “The Post” and deservedly so.

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    Teridax
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    The Oscars nominated Meryl Streep for Music of the Heart and One True Thing,

    So did SAG.

    I think she obviously lost her frontrunner status but I think she is still safe for a nomination. If she misses BAFTA, that is another thing.

    I don’t know if those movies sent out screeners late to SAG like The Post did, so I don’t think that is a fair comparison. My point was that the Oscars will nominate her for pretty much anything she does. Even if Bafta snubs her I still think she makes the Oscars final 5 nominees.

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    Gabe Guarin
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    I suspect she still makes the cut, even though, since the inception of the SAG Awards, she’s never earned an Oscar nom without hitting SAG first – the exception being Adaptation, for which she garnered a Lead SAG push. I think Fox simply did a crummy job getting screeners out to SAG members.

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    I think you meant Sony (Adaptation. was distributed by Columbia).

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