The Screen Actors Guild award nominations spell trouble for anybody who isn’t Sean Penn. According to The Envelope:
Rarely do we see performances not even nominated by SAG ever win Oscars. In fact, only Marcia Gay Harden in Pollock (2000) managed to pull that trick in the SAG awards’ entire 13-year history, a statistic that does not bode well for the stars of Atonement and Sweeney Todd, both chock full of Globe and BFCA nominations but completely ignored by “The Actor” (the official name for the trophy SAG hands out).
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