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  • Chris Beachum
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    #195190

    You can now predict the SAG Awards nominees in the film categories in our predictions center. Who are your picks in these five categories?

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Cool. I also would like Grammys and Golden Globes ASAP. Please and thank you!

    Call me crazy, but I have a weird feeling that Elizabeth Banks will get a nomination for Love & Mercy. I just have a feeling. 

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    Chris Beachum
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    Working on both of those, so they should be available soon.

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    24Emmy
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    Call me crazy, but I have a weird feeling that Elizabeth Banks will get a nomination for Love & Mercy. I just have a feeling.

    You’re not crazy. I’m predicting that as well.

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    FilmGuy619
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    I’m still selfishly predicting Rose Byrne. She delivered one of the funniest performances of the year thus far and also, save us the potential category fraud!!!!!

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    AviChristiaans
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    Jacob Tremblay for Lead Actor. I just have this hunch.

    Will Smith will join the race, starting with SAG.

    Bridge of Spies, Suffragette, Spotlight, Steve Jobs for Ensemble.

     

     

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    KyleBailey
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    I wonder if Waltz can sneak in like Bardem for Skyfall. 

    And will Hateful Eight suffer like Django did at the SAGs? I hope not. That cast looks great in the trailer  

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    Joseph
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    For Best Ensemble, I think that Spotlight, The Hateful Eight and Joy are pretty safe bets. Steve Jobs should join them. I’m struggling to decide on a 5th pick, so I’m going out on a limb and going for The Big Short as it has the most impressive cast of any of the contenders. However, I can’t see it getting any nominations in Lead or Supporting Actor, and probably won’t be an Oscar contender.

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    manakamana
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    It’s make or break for Blythe Danner, who I can see SAG launching into an Oscar nom á la Démian Bichir.

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    Teridax
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    I think Spotlight is a lock and The Martian and Steve Jobs are front runners as well. I’m also predicting Joy and The Hateful Eight, but very hesitantly.

    Remember Wolf of Wall Street, and Tarantino’s last film,Django Unchained? The late release could really hurt those movies chances as major awards contenders, let alone whether they can get Screeners sent to voters or not. I’m predicting the “Selma” of this year will be The Revenent, also because I think Academy voters will see more of an urge to recognize the long-overdue David O. Russell or Q.T. Instead of last year’s 3-time winner!

    Alejandro G. Has won more Oscars last year alone than poor Tarantino has IN HIS ENTIRE CAREER!!! Crazy, huh?

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    Tom
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    Current Predictions

    Ensemble in a Motion Picture:
    EVEREST
    THE HATEFUL EIGHT
    SPOTLIGHT
    STEVE JOBS
    STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON

    Analysis: I think Spotlight and Steve Jobs are near guaranteed. The Hateful Eight hopefully doesn’t suffer the same fate as Django Unchained, the trailer looks promising as a real ensemble piece. Straight Outta Compton may get recognised here similarly to Hustle & Flow. Everest is my wildcard pick, it’s got the names attached to it so I can’t see why not. Joy would be in my sixth spot.

    Male Actor in a Leading Role:
    Bryan Cranston / TRUMBO
    Johnny Depp / BLACK MASS
    Leonardo DiCaprio / THE REVENANT
    Michael Fassbender / STEVE JOBS
    Eddie Redmayne / THE DANISH GIRL

    Analysis: If I had to alter the category in anyway it would be to remove Bryan Cranston and add Michael Caine.

    Female Actor in a Leading Role:
    Cate Blanchett / CAROL
    Emily Blunt / SICARIO
    Brie Larson / ROOM
    Jennifer Lawrence / JOY 
    Lily Tomlin / GRANDMA

    Analysis: A tough one here, I think Blanchett and Lawrence are fairly safe. Tomlin will hopefully be safe as well. Larson might be the one to watch. Blunt isn’t safe IMO, she will be battling for this spot with Carey Mulligan, Saoirse Ronan, Maggie Smith and possibly Amy Schumer.

    Male Actor in a Supporting Role:
    Idris Elba / BEASTS OF NO NATION
    Tom Hardy / THE REVENANT
    Samuel L Jackson / THE HATEFUL EIGHT
    Michael Keaton / SPOTLIGHT
    Jason Mitchell / STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON

    Analysis: IMO Jackson and Keaton are possibly the only safe bets at this stage. I think Hardy will get in like Armie Hammer did a few years ago. Elba should hopefully get in if his performance is strong enough. Mitchell is my wildcard here, something is telling me that there is going to be lots of support for this film. Next in line would be Mark Ruffalo, Robert DeNiro and Harvey Keitel.

    Female Actor in a Supporting Role:
    Jane Fonda / YOUTH
    Jennifer Jason Leigh / THE HATEFUL EIGHT
    Rooney Mara / CAROL
    Alicia Vikander / THE DANISH GIRL
    Kate Winslet / STEVE JOBS 

    Analysis: IMO Mara is the safest. JJL and Winslet should be ok as well. Vikander (this years Jessica Chastain) will either get in here or lead. Fonda should be able to get the showy performance and name recognition tick. Next in line would be Rachel McAdams, Helen Mirren and Elizabeth Banks.

    Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture:
    THE AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
    EX-MACHINA
    JURASSIC WORLD
    MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
    STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS 

    Analysis: I really have no idea, just guessing. 

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    PJ Edwards
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    Right now going with

    Joy
    Spotlight
    Hateful 8
    Steve Jobs
    And…..
    Room in Best Ensemble

    I think Room fits the bill of the ToE, DBC, sort of deal where it’s thought to only hold one or two strong acting bets and sneaks up with wider support.

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    MrFilmkritik
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    Inarritu and Tarantino will deliver on time. The Hateful Eight already had multiple screenings, and Golden Globe members saw The Revenant. Count on those two movies at SAG. DiCaprio probably will start his campaign with a SAG nomination. I’m also predicting The Hateful Eight for Ensemble.

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    KyleBailey
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    The thing about the Martian ensemble is that it is a great group of fantastic actors but they aren’t fantastic all together in the movie. They do a good job each and every one but I don’t think they are strong enough to get a nomination. Plus we talk about the Oscars being anti scifi for wins in top categories the SAGs are even worse. 

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    eastwest
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    Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture 
    Brooklyn
    Carol 
    Joy
    The Martian
    Spotlight 

    Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role 
    Matt Damon – The Martian
    Johnny Depp – Black Mass 
    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant 
    Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs 
    Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl 

    Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role 
    Cate Blanchett – Carol 
    Brie Larson – Room 
    Jennifer Lawrence – Joy 
    Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn 
    Lily Tomlin – Grandma

    Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role 
    Paul Dano – Love & Mercy
    Michael Keaton – Spotlight 
    Mark Ruffalo – Spotlight 
    Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies 
    Sylvester Stallone – Creed 

    Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role 
    Joan Allen – Room 
    Rooney Mara – Carol 
    Rachel McAdams – Spotlight
    Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl 
    Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs

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