How many of the 16 performers with SAG, Critics’ Choice and Golden Globe nominations will contend at Oscars?

After the onslaught of nominations from the SAG, Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice awards, let’s take a deep breath and consider what they all mean. Nine lead and seven supporting players reaped bids with all three of these precursor prizes. Scroll down to see the full list.

How likely does that make them to number among the 20 performers who earn Oscar nominations?Since the Critics’ Choice Awards introduced nominations in 2001, there have been only 21 instances when a performer nominated for all three of these kudos did not go on to contend at the Oscars.

The most recent of those was last year when James Franco (“The Disaster Artist”) and Hong Chau (“Downsizing”) were snubbed for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress respectively by the actors branch of the academy. The other lucky 13 performers with nominations across the board all contended at the Academy Awards.

SEE 2019 SAG Awards nominations: Full list of Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees

In 2017, Amy Adams (“Arrival”) was snubbed in the Best Actress race and became the only one of the 14 performers with triple bids who failed to contend at the Academy Awards. In 2016, 11 of the 13 who pulled off this triple play went on to reap Oscar bids; the two that missed out were featured players Helen Mirren (“Trumbo”) and Michael Shannon (“99 Homes”).

In 2015, 16 of 18 were nominated for Oscars, with only leads Jake Gyllenhaal (“Nightcrawler”) and Jennifer Aniston (“Cake”) overlooked. In 2014, only three of the 17 performers with bids across the board were spurned by the Oscars: leads Tom Hanks “Captain Phillips” and Emma Thompson (“Saving Mr. Banks”) and supporting player Daniel Bruhl (“Rush”).

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This years triple hitters are:

Christian Bale – “Vice” (Comedy at Globes)
Bradley Cooper – “A Star Is Born” (Drama at Globes)
Rami Malek – “Bohemian Rhapsody” (Drama at Globes)
Viggo Mortensen – “Green Book” (Comedy at Globes)

Emily Blunt –”Mary Poppins Returns” (Comedy at Globes)
Glenn Close –”The Wife” (Drama at Globes)
Olivia Colman –”The Favourite” (Comedy at Globes)
Lady Gaga –”A Star Is Born (Drama at Globes)
Melissa McCarthy –”Can You Ever Forgive Me?” (Drama at Globes)

Mahershala Ali –”Green Book”
Timothée Chalamet –”Beautiful Boy”
Adam Driver –”BlacKkKlansman”
Richard E. Grant –”Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

Amy Adams –”Vice”
Emma Stone –”The Favourite”
Rachel Weisz –”The Favourite”

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