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Cast most likely to win SAG for outstanding performance (2022)
Don't Look Up
Amsterdam
Nightmare Alley
The French Dispatch
House of Gucci
Last Night in Soho
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    Which cast do you think is most likely to win best ensemble at the SAG awards next year? I went with Don’t Look Up, but I’m not that excited for it.

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    So many big ensemble pieces!

    For me it’s probably between Nightmare Alley and House of Gucci at this stage. Went with Gucci for now mostly because I don’t really rate Bradley Cooper and I expect him to miss an individual nomination – it just doesn’t feel like a stretch for him.

    Amsterdam‘s cast is stacked too but it’s DOR, plus if it’s true that it’s just a paint-by-numbers cynical Oscars grab then no thanks.

    French Dispatch is also gonna be up there.

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    House of Gucci and The French Dispatch seem very likely contenders just from appearances.

    Don’t count out something like The Humans making a splash. From the reviews I’ve heard Mass is uniformly brilliantly acted but it’s a four person piece for the most part apparently, which makes it pretty unlikely, but again who knows.

    FYC:

    Supporting Actress - Youn Yuh-jung (Minari)

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    I voted The French Dispatch because it has the biggest cast of Oscar nominees and winners and that’s what I currently have in my predictions as the Best Picture frontrunner.

    As someone who is quite optimistic about Last Night in Soho‘s chances I will be astounded if it gets nominated for SAG ensemble. It seems like a two person piece with McKenzie and Taylor-Joy whilst Rigg and Smith may potential have “a bit” to do. But that’s really it.

    FYC Emmys: "The Crown" in all categories, "I May Destroy You" in all categories, "It's a Sin" in all categories, "Small Axe" in all categories, Billie Piper ("I Hate Suzie"), Yvonne Strahovski ("Stateless") and Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials")

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    I voted Don’t Look Up, but because of the apostrophe i can’t vote it, so i consider “Other” as my answer for it.

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    Dune. It checks several boxes that SAG looks for in an Ensemble:

    it’s a really big cast that employs a lot of actors

    diversity – there are white, black, Latino, Asian, Polinesian, mixed race actors in prominent roles, young, old and middle alike, also internaitonal actors which should appeal to international voters too

    it’s a mixed cast (male and female) as opposed to just all-male or all-female so easier to get votes from both men and women

    it’s a big budget movie released in the fall (October) so likely a priority watch that shouldn’t miss sending out the screeners (which is what hurts end of the year releases)

    So I’m surrpsied it isn’t on option in this poll. It seems like an Ensamble slam-dunk

     

     

     

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    So many big ensemble pieces! For me it’s probably between Nightmare Alley and House of Gucci at this stage. Went with Gucci for now mostly because I don’t really rate Bradley Cooper and I expect him to miss an individual nomination – it just doesn’t feel like a stretch for him. Amsterdam‘s cast is stacked too but it’s DOR, plus if it’s true that it’s just a paint-by-numbers cynical Oscars grab then no thanks. French Dispatch is also gonna be up there.

    I can also see Cooper not getting an individual nomination. His role in PTA’s new film is rumored to be small. I still think it’s weird there’s not a lot of info out there about DOR’s movie. Is he always this secretive? I’ve seen people on Twitter speculating it might be set during the 1940s because of the costumes and vintage cars that were spotted on set.

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    I voted Don’t Look Up, but because of the apostrophe i can’t vote it, so i consider “Other” as my answer for it.

    Sorry about that, I didn’t realize that happened.  Thanks for letting me know.

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    Dune. It checks several boxes that SAG looks for in an Ensemble.

    So I’m surrpsied it isn’t on option in this poll. It seems like an Ensamble slam-dunk

    I highly and sincerely doubt Dune is winning SAG ensemble.

    I can also see Cooper not getting an individual nomination. His role in PTA’s new film is rumored to be small. I still think it’s weird there’s not a lot of info out there about DOR’s movie. Is he always this secretive? I’ve seen people on Twitter speculating it might be set during the 1940s because of the costumes and vintage cars that were spotted on set.

    Yeah it definitely looks like a period piece but nothing is known about the plot.

    And yeah Cooper is Supporting for Soggy Bottom and Lead for Nightmare Alley. I just think Nightmare Alley is similar to characters we’ve seen him do before and there are bound to be way more interesting and challenging performances next year to choose from.

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    I just think Nightmare Alley is similar to characters we’ve seen him do before and there are bound to be way more interesting and challenging performances next year to choose from.

    It’s basically the same character arc he had in ASIB but just framed by a different movie. Yawn.

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    Super Early SAG Ensemble Predictions:
    1- The French Dispatch
    2- The Power of the Dog
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    House of Gucci
    4- The Harder They Fall
    5- Last Night in Soho

    The French Dispatch has the biggest ensemble, although many of them are probably going to be cameos, which may be its biggest weakness.

    The Power of the Dog is that heavy drama and juicy movie similar to Manchester by the Sea.

    House of Gucci has baity material and Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Driver, etc, although I have a feeling this movie might be too european for AFTRA’s taste.

    What to say about The Harder They Fall ? Regina King, Idris Elba, Zazie Beetz, Jonathan Majors, Lakeith Stanfield. It’s one of the few black led ensembles along with Passing, which I think it’s 6th. Even if it the movie is not good… I mean they nominated August: Osage Country in this category.

    Last Night in Soho. I doubt they’re going to resist giving Diana Rigg a posthumous nomination. It has Anya Taylor Joy, who just won a SAG.

    Of the musicals, I think In the Heights is the more likely, because of its diverse cast.

    They snubbed The Shape of Water, so I’m not buying Nightmare Alley here.

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    Shouldn’t this more apply be called “2022 SAG Film Predictions”. Considering we’re kind of predicting in this thread.

    FYC Emmys: "The Crown" in all categories, "I May Destroy You" in all categories, "It's a Sin" in all categories, "Small Axe" in all categories, Billie Piper ("I Hate Suzie"), Yvonne Strahovski ("Stateless") and Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials")

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    Also completely agree that Soho doesn’t feel like a true ensemble piece, nor Blonde really.

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    I think In the Heights has a chance, similar to Black Panther winning this award.

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    Canterbury Glass
    Don’t Look Up
    The French Dispatch
    House of Gucci
    Nightmare Alley

    Have a great day if you see this!

    FYC: Ted Lasso

    Straight/BLM

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