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    Angels in America: Emma Thompson, Meryl Streep, Mary-Louise Parker / Al Pacino, Jeffrey Wright, Justin Kirk

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    too

    All deserved
    Best limited of all time

    It's all about Ethan Hawke!

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    All deserved Best limited of all time

     

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    Cute but not Angels in America cute, sorry darling.

    It's all about Ethan Hawke!

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    Is there a reason the Squid Game actors aren’t individuality in the predictions centre?

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    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Is there a reason the Squid Game actors aren’t individuality in the predictions centre?

    I personally don’t know but from a Netflix perspective they’re trialling ensemble at SAG and Sy for Lupin as lead to see what works for their non English titles?

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    I have a really weird feeling Snook won’t be nominated here, but the category is so barren (and I refuse to predict more than two TMS actresses) that I have no clue how to replace her.

    Also, are we sure Severance is coming out in time?

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    I think Snook is in by default lol
    Besides Anniston and Moss it’s anyone for the take, we have yet to see if SAG embraces Succession, but after it exploded with actors at the Emmys i wouldn’t doubt it too much and she’s the biggest name of the show from the female cast.

    I think Reese is my weak link and I’m dying to switch to anyone but urgh, MJ doesn’t make sense, Uzo don’t make sense, waiting for Severance but at this point I think this show is a experiment to abduct people.

    It's all about Ethan Hawke!

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    Snook is essentially the default female lead of Succession which is going to be a top contender for the win at least at this winter awards season and was openly embraced by actors last year.

    Considering how weak the field is (Aniston and Moss are the only returning nominees) I honestly don’t see why she’d miss.

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    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Snook is in but I don’t see her winning, tbh. Dare I say that if Mj happens she has a good chance of taking it? Assuming of course that Aniston and Margulies split.

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    Snook is in but I don’t see her winning, tbh.

    I agree. She kind of reminds me of Josh O’Connor (at SAG) last year tbh. A secondary lead who gets in at SAG due to the strength of their show but loses to a well respected veteran.

    I can see Moss benefit from a Margulies/Aniston vote-split.

    FYC:

    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    I can see Moss benefit from a Margulies/Aniston vote-split.

    Moss winning now would be just weird. I’m throwing Mj out there not just because I’m stanning, but because I think she has a good chance of winning GG and CC and we know how voters can be sheeps. Of course the nomination is far from being guaranteed and I don’t even have her in now.

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    Honestly, I think Aniston’s getting an easy second win. Anderson’s win showed that vote splits are not as dangerous as they seem, and if SAG hasn’t given Handmaid’s a win yet, I doubt they start now. SAG is also pretty comfortable with easy repeats, even when there’s something flashier coming in (Bateman, Shalhoub, Maisel, OITNB, etc). It’ll either be Aniston or an Emily Blunt-esque left field choice.

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    Honestly, I think Aniston’s getting an easy second win. Anderson’s win showed that vote splits are not as dangerous as they seem, and if SAG hasn’t given Handmaid’s a win yet, I doubt they start now. It’ll either be Aniston or an Emily Blunt-esque left field choice.

    Aniston could repeat (she reminds me of Bateman) but they also really love Julianna Margulies (and even more so than the TV academy) and as they’ve shown over the past few years they like to award performers who were SAG darlings back in the day when they have a “comeback” moment:

    – 2020: Gillian Anderson (won twice for The X Files)
    – 2019: Jennifer Aniston (10 prior nominations and a win)
    – 2018: Sandra Oh (won four SAG awards out of six nominations)

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    "The Good Fight" and "The Other Two" in all categories.

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    Honestly, I think Aniston’s getting an easy second win. Anderson’s win showed that vote splits are not as dangerous as they seem, and if SAG hasn’t given Handmaid’s a win yet, I doubt they start now. It’ll either be Aniston or an Emily Blunt-esque left field choice.

    That argument is quite flawed, considering Anderson was also competing against a vote split. It was just The Crown (3) vs Ozark (2). It’s quite difficult to win at SAG when you’re in the only one in a vote split situation, unless you have an overwhelming support behind you. Aniston could easily take this, but don’t underestimate how much SAG loves Margulies.

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