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  • Sam K
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    Here is the list of SAG nominees who did not get Oscar nominations for what they were nominated for.

    Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
    Tim Robbins – 1994, The Shawshank Redemption
    James Earl Jones – 1995, Cry, The Beloved Country
    Joseph Fiennes – 1998, Shakespeare in Love
    Jim Carrey – 1999, Man on the Moon
    Philip Seymour Hoffman – 1999, Flawless
    Jamie Bell – 2000, Billy Elliot
    Kevin Kline – 2001, Life as a House
    Richard Gere – 2002, Chicago
    Peter Dinklage – 2003, The Station Agent
    Paul Giamatti – 2004, Sideways
    Russell Crowe – 2005, Cinderella Man
    Ryan Gosling – 2007, Lars and the Real Girl
    Emile Hirsch – 2007, Into the Wild
    Robert Duvall – 2010, Get Low
    Leonardo DiCaprio – 2011, J. Edgar
    John Hawkes – 2012, The Sessions
    Tom Hanks – 2013, Captain Phillips
    Forest Whitaker – 2013, The Butler
    Jake Gyllenhaal – 2014, Nightcrawler
    Johnny Depp – 2015, Black Mass
    James Franco – 2017, The Disaster Artist
    Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
    Meg Ryan – 1994, When a Man Loves a Woman
    Meryl Streep – 1994, The River Wild
    Gena Rowlands – 1996, Unhook the Stars
    Pam Grier – 1997, Jackie Brown
    Robin Wright – 1997, She’s So Lovely
    Jane Horrocks – 1998, Little Voice
    Patricia Clarkson – 2003, The Station Agent
    Evan Rachel Wood – 2003, Thirteen
    Ziyi Zhang – 2005, Memoirs of a Geisha
    Angelina Jolie – 2007, A Mighty Heart
    Kate Winslet – 2008, Revolutionary Road
    Hilary Swank – 2010, Conviction
    Tilda Swinton – 2011, We Need to Talk About Kevin
    Marion Cotillard – 2012, Rust and Bone
    Helen Mirren – 2012, Hitchcock
    Emma Thompson – 2013, Saving Mr. Banks
    Jennifer Aniston – 2014, Cake
    Helen Mirren – 2015, Woman in Gold
    Sarah Silverman – 2015, I Smile Back
    Amy Adams – 2016, Arrival
    Emily Blunt – 2016, The Girl on the Train
    Judi Dench – 2017, Victoria & Abdul
    Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
    John Turturro – 1994, Quiz Show
    Kevin Bacon – 1995, Murder in the First
    Kenneth Branagh – 1995, Othello
    Don Cheadle – 1995, Devil in a Blue Dress
    Hank Azaria – 1996, The Birdcage
    Nathan Lane – 1996, The Birdcage
    Noah Taylor – 1996, Shine
    Billy Connolly – 1997, Mrs Brown
    David Kelly – 1998, Walking Ned Devine
    Chris Cooper – 1999, American Beauty
    Gary Oldman – 2000, The Contender
    Hayden Christensen – 2001, Life as a House
    Alfred Molina – 2002, Frida
    Dennis Quaid – 2002, Far from Heaven
    Chris Cooper – 2003, Seabiscuit
    James Garner – 2004, The Notebook
    Freddie Highmore – 2004, Finding Neverland
    Don Cheadle – 2005, Crash
    Leonardo DiCaprio – 2006, The Departed
    Tommy Lee Jones – 2007, No Country for Old Men
    Dev Patel – 2008, Slumdog Millionaire
    Armie Hammer – 2011, J. Edgar
    Javier Bardem – 2012, Skyfall
    Daniel Bruhl – 2013, Rush
    James Gandolfini – 2013, Enough Said
    Idris Elba – 2015, Beasts of No Nation
    Michael Shannon – 2015, 99 Homes
    Jacob Tremblay – 2015, Room
    Hugh Grant – 2016, Florence Foster Jenkins
    Steve Carell – 2017, Battle of The Sexes
    Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
    Jamie Lee Curtis – 1994, True Lies
    Sally Field – 1994, Forrest Gump
    Robin Wright – 1994, Forrest Gump
    Stockard Channing – 1995, Smoke
    Anjelica Huston -1995, The Crossing Guard
    Marisa Tomei – 1996, Unhook the Stars
    Gwen Verdon – 1996, Marvin’s Room
    Renee Zellweger – 1996, Jerry Maguire
    Alison Elliott – 1997, The Wings of the Dove
    Cameron Diaz – 1999, Being John Malkovich
    Julianne Moore – 1999, Magnolia
    Kate Winslet – 2000, Quills
    Cate Blanchett – 2001, Bandits
    Judi Dench – 2001, The Shipping News
    Cameron Diaz – 2001, Vanilla Sky
    Dakota Fanning – 2001, I Am Sam
    Michelle Pfeiffer – 2002, White Oleander
    Maria Bello – 2003, The Cooler
    Cloris Leachman – 2004, Spanglish
    Catherine Keener – 2007, Into the Wild
    Diane Kruger – 2009, Inglourious Basterds
    Mila Kunis – 2010, Black Swan
    Nicole Kidman – 2012, The Paperboy
    Maggie Smith – 2012, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
    Oprah Winfrey – 2013, The Butler
    Naomi Watts – 2014, St. Vincent
    Helen Mirren – 2015, Trumbo
    Hong Chau – 2017, Downsizing
    Holly Hunter – 2017, The Big Sick
    What actors could be nominated for SAG this year but not the Oscars?

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    jasonface
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    Sarah Silverman – 2015, I Smile Back

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    Anonymous
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    At least my girl is queen of something 😀

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    Riley
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    Adam Sandler seems like your classic Globe/SAG nominee that misses in the end, although I have him in my predictions for now because the field is weak and I am wary of The Disaster Artist because it is adapting a cult property. Expectations might be too high, like with Blade Runner 2049.

    SAG has made a habit of nominating trash, be it The Girl on the Train, I Smile Back, Cake or The Paperboy. Those were good actresses in trash movies. It is the reverse this time, as we have a trash actor in a good movie (giving a “good” performance). Well, Cake was actually trash on both sides, which just goes to show how ready people are for redemption narratives of America’s favourite actors. Sandler has another ace up his sleeve: Netflix. SAG is obsessed with Netflix, from Beasts of No Nation to their domination on the television side.

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    Suzanne Vale
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    Yikes, I love so many of the SAG nominees, non Oscar nominees.

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    PerksofBeingGriff
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    Poor Jen A. She worked so hard! I hope she tries something like that soon, but it doesn’t look like it’ll happen.

    “Someone is staring at you in ‘Personal Growth’.”

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    Sentinel666
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    I hope Franco will be nominated to both of them, SAG and Oscar.

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    Dan Jo Galicia
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    I hope Franco will be nominated to both of them, SAG and Oscar.

    He needs number ones in Oscar ballots.

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    M: The Original
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    At least my girl is queen of something ????

    Saggots like her.

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    Aint2Proud2Beg
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    Poor Jen A. She worked so hard! I hope she tries something like that soon, but it doesn’t look like it’ll happen.

    Dumpling…next year. And if she gets her hillbilly accent right she might even get a nomination in the Supporting category.

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    Tyler [Last Name]
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    Nope. Jennifer Aniston will never get an Oscar nomination. N-E-V-E-R. She is a has-been.

    FYC: Ready Player One. Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects, Original Score, Production Design, Director and BEST PICTURE (make it happen Oscars!!)

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    jf123
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    Nope. Jennifer Aniston will never get an Oscar nomination. N-E-V-E-R. She is a has-been.

    People said the same for Michael Keaton and Matthew McConaughey. And those are just recent examples. She is obviously well liked enough to get a SAG and a Globe nom. If she gets a film with better reviews and gives another great performances then she has a solid shot of getting a nom one day.

    Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.

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    Riley
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    I mean, she got that far for a film with 49 on Metacritic. Can you imagine if she appears in an actual decent movie?

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    M: The Original
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    I mean, she got that far for a film with 49 on Metacritic. Can you imagine if she appears in an actual decent movie?

    Also, weak years for a category matter. No one was motivated in 2014 in Best Actress. Didn’t know we’d ever see another Blue Sky level coronation in the category again.

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    AviChristiaans
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    So who’s getting snubbed in Best Actress? Judging from the stats above, we have had at least one actress every year that is nominated at SAG that does not get an Oscar nomination.

    If the consensus 5 of McDormand, Streep, Hawkins, Ronan and Robbie all get a SAG nomination, one of them aint invited to the Oscar party. For someone else.

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