January 12, 2022 at 9:37 am #1204720536
SAG overlap with the Oscars
2020: 4/5 (Amy Adams missed for Andra Day)
2019: 4/5 (Lupita Nyong’o missed for Saoirse Ronan
2018: 4/5 (Emily Blunt missed for Yalitza Aparicio)
2017: 4/5 (Judi Dench missed for Meryl Streep
2016: 3/5 (Amy Adams and Emily Blunt missed for Ruth Negga and Isabelle Huppert)
2015: 3/5 (Helen Mirren and Sarah Silverman missed for Jennifer Lawrence and Charlotte Rampling)
I have a feeling Hudson is just a classic SAG nom that doesn’t get in at the Oscars.
Yes, she got AACTA and was longlisted at BAFTA, but her performance came and went and voters will struggle to remember her when there’s more performances out there.
The problem is that Chastain also looks like that kind of SAG nom, unless she surprises and win the award.
Kidman, Colman and Gaga are probably locked. I was afraid Colman would get snubbed due to the nature of her movie, but she survived and will likely get BAFTA and have international support.
Stewart is not safe, but she will likely win the Critics Choice (if it does happen before the Oscar voting ends) and that will boost her chances. Also, I agree that all the attention from her snub could help her like the Michaela Coel snub at the Globes last year helped her to stay in the Emmys conversation.
I’ll predict Colman, Gaga, Kidman, Stewart and Zegler, in this order, with Chastain and Hudson in 6th and 7th.January 12, 2022 at 9:37 am #1204720539
Sadly, Cruz is not going to be nominated now, even sadder when she is currently popping up at the bottom right side of my screen giving interviews. Performance of the year!January 12, 2022 at 9:38 am #1204720541
Kidman, Colman, and LG have their own set of pros and cons. Will this really be the year where streaming breaks through in the category? I’m not totally convinced.
Is Chastain a possibility for the win?
Those are the kind of questions when the lineup is not really outstanding lolJanuary 12, 2022 at 9:38 am #1204720549
It’s bizarre how muted grammy season is this year tho. However I’d say when Love for Sale overperformed with Music Vid and Enginering noms it was also a hell of a storm like we had this morning.
I’m still interested ya’ll just saying. I really would love to help out 😭🙏January 12, 2022 at 9:40 am #1204720561
Film critics and Film Twitter need to get over their “what is high brow vs. what is not” BSJanuary 12, 2022 at 9:40 am #1204720563
In 2012 Marion Cotillard and Helen Mirren were nominated at GG,SAG and Bafta and then they were replaced by Wallis and Riva at the Oscars.January 12, 2022 at 9:41 am #1204720573
Spencer is available to rent on Prime for $3.99 I believe- I am surprised more haven’t screened it there.
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FYC: Rachel Zegler, West Side Story/Drive My Car for Best PictureJanuary 12, 2022 at 9:42 am #1204720585
Kristen is getting a lot of attention, imo the nom is a lock.
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