Scarlett Johansson has now joined the short list of actors with double individual film nominations at the SAG Awards

Believe it or not, Scarlett Johansson had never received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination before. But that all changed Wednesday when she got not one but two individual ones — lead actress for “Marriage Story” and supporting actress for “Jojo Rabbit” — making it just the 11th time an actor has scored double individual film bids.

Johansson’s double-dipping comes just a year after Emily Blunt got shortlisted her performances in “Mary Poppins Returns” and “A Quiet Place,” winning supporting for the latter. Here are the first 10 instances:

1. Julianne Moore (1999): “The End of the Affair,” “Magnolia”

2. Judi Dench (2001): “Iris,” “The Shipping News”

3. Julianne Moore (2002): “Far From Heaven,” “The Hours”

4. Patricia Clarkson (2003): “The Station Agent,” “Pieces of April”

5. Jamie Foxx (2004): “Ray,” Collateral”

6. Leonardo DiCaprio (2006): “Blood Diamond,” “The Departed”

7. Cate Blanchett (2007): “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” “I’m Not There”

8. Kate Winslet (2008): “Revolutionary Road,” “The Reader”

9. Helen Mirren (2015): “Woman in Gold,” “Trumbo”

10. Emily Blunt (2018): “Mary Poppins Returns,” “A Quiet Place”

SEE Here are all the SAG Awards nominees

No one has ever gone 2 for 2, and just three won one: Foxx (“Ray”), Winslet (“The Reader”) and Blunt.

Mirren and Blunt are the only ones who failed to get an Oscar nomination for either SAG-nominated performance (Blunt, of course, is also one of two people, the other being Idris Elba, to win at SAG for an Oscar-snubbed performance).

Three double nominees converted both into Oscar nominations: Moore (2002), Foxx and Blanchett; only Foxx won an Oscar, for “Ray.”

The others ended up with Oscar nomination: Moore for “The End of the Affair”; Dench for “Iris”; Clarkson for “Pieces of April”; DiCaprio for “Blood Diamond”; and Winslet for “The Reader.” Winslet was upgraded to lead at the Oscars after winning the Golden Globe and SAG Awards in supporting for “The Reader.”

Johansson, who also got an ensemble bid for “Jojo,” was already considered a favorite to make the Best Actress cut at the Oscars for “Marriage Story,” sitting in second place in our odds. But her “Jojo” bid ought to give her a boost in what is a very fluid supporting actress race; she’s currently in eighth place in our odds there.

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