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Old 01-05-06, 09:47 AM
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Screen Actor's Guild Nominations

they seem to be the same as the Golden Globes..

12TH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS® NOMINATIONS

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Russell Crowe / CINDERELLA MAN – Jim Braddock (Universal Pictures)
Philip Seymour Hoffman / CAPOTE – Truman Capote (UA/Sony Pictures Classics)
Heath Ledger / BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Ennis Del Mar (Focus Features)
Joaquin Phoenix / WALK THE LINE – John R. Cash (20th Century Fox)
David Strathairn / GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK. – Edward R. Murrow (Warner Independent Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Judi Dench / MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS – Mrs. Laura Henderson (The Weinstein Company)
Felicity Huffman / TRANSAMERICA – Bree (The Weinstein Company)
Charlize Theron / NORTH COUNTRY – Josey Aimes (Warner Bros.)
Reese Witherspoon / WALK THE LINE – June Carter (20th Century Fox)
Ziyi Zhang / MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – Sayuri (Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Don Cheadle / CRASH – Graham (Lions Gate Films)
George Clooney / SYRIANA – Bob Barnes (Warner Bros.)
Matt Dillon / CRASH – Officer Ryan (Lions Gate Films)
Paul Giamatti / CINDERELLA MAN – Joe Gould (Universal Pictures)
Jake Gyllenhaal / BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Jack Twist (Focus Features)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams / JUNEBUG – Ashley (Sony Pictures Classics)
Catherine Keener/ CAPOTE – Nelle Harper Lee (UA/Sony Pictures Classics)
Frances McDormand / North Country – Glory (Warner Bros.)
Rachel Weisz / THE CONSTANT GARDENER – Tessa Quayle (Focus Features)
Michelle Williams / BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Alma (Focus Features)

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (Focus Features)
Linda Cardellini - Cassie
Anna Faris - Lashawn Malone
Jake Gyllenhaal - Jack Twist
Anne Hathaway - Lureen Phillips
Heath Ledger - Ennis Del Mar
Randy Quaid - Joe Aguirre
Michelle Williams - Alma

CAPOTE (UA/Sony Pictures Classics)
Bob Balaban - William Shawn
Clifton Collins, Jr. - Perry Smith
Chris Cooper - Alvin Dewey
Bruce Greenwood - Jack Dunphy
Philip Seymour Hoffman - Truman Capote
Catherine Keener - Nelle Harper Lee
Mark Pellegrino - Dick Hickock

CRASH (Lions Gate Films)
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges - Anthony
Sandra Bullock - Jean Cabot
Don Cheadle - Graham
Matt Dillon - Officer Ryan
Jennifer Esposito - Ria
Brendan Fraser - Rick Cabot
Terrence Howard - Cameron Thayer
Thandie Newton - Christine Thayer
Ryan Phillippe - Thomas Hansen
Larenz Tate - Peter

GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK. (Warner Independent Pictures)
Rose Abdoo - Millie Lerner
Alex Borstein - Natalie
Robert John Burke - Charlie Mack
Patricia Clarkson - Shirley Wershba
George Clooney - Fred Friendly
Jeff Daniels - Sig Mickelson
Reed Diamond - John Aaron
Tate Donovan - Jesse Zousmer
Robert Downey, Jr. - Joe Wershba
Grant Heslov - Don Hewitt
Peter Jacobson - Jimmy
Frank Langella - William Paley
Tom McCarthy - Palmer Williams
Diane Reeves - Jazz Singer
Matt Ross - Eddie Scott
David Strathairn - Edward R. Murrow
Ray Wise - Don Hollenbeck

HUSTLE & FLOW (Paramount Classics)
Anthony Anderson - Key
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges - Skinny Black
Isaac Hayes - Arnel
Taraji P. Henson - Shug
Terrence Howard -DJay
Taryn Manning - Nola
Elise Neal - Yevette
Paula Jai Parker - Lexus
D.J. Qualls - Shelby
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I am kind of surprised that Judi Dench is getting a nomination for Mrs. Henderson Presents, since the reviews I have read have been pretty negative and the fact that The Weinstein Company, pushed the national release of the film, to mid January.

Crash might have had an impressive cast, but it was the preachy, over the top script, that I personally felt was the most flawed aspect of the film.

Again, Good Night, and Good Luck - great cast, and interesting bit of history but as a film, it felt like a film that one would have subjected to in high school history class.

Brokeback and Capote - tough call, even though I thought Brokeback was the better film, I thought the acting was uniformly better in Capote


I am surprised that The Squid and the Whale got completely shafted, both for Jeff Daniels and ensemble acting.
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12TH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS® NOMINATIONS

THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Philip Seymour Hoffman / CAPOTE – Truman Capote (UA/Sony Pictures Classics)


Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Ziyi Zhang / MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – Sayuri (Sony Pictures Entertainment)
I'm pulling for a sweep for Ziyi: GG, SAG, Oscar

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Don Cheadle / CRASH – Graham (Lions Gate Films)
Giamatti very well deserves this also.


Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Rachel Weisz / THE CONSTANT GARDENER – Tessa Quayle (Focus Features)
Thandie Newton should've been nominated. The woman consistently delivers fine performances and her role in Crash was top-notch.


Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

CRASH (Lions Gate Films)
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges - Anthony
Sandra Bullock - Jean Cabot
Don Cheadle - Graham
Matt Dillon - Officer Ryan
Jennifer Esposito - Ria
Brendan Fraser - Rick Cabot
Terrence Howard - Cameron Thayer
Thandie Newton - Christine Thayer
Ryan Phillippe - Thomas Hansen
Larenz Tate - Peter

Whether people think it's too preachy or not, this was a damn good performance from each member. Even Ludicris couldn't screw it up and held is own.
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wow.... Hustle and Flow was nominated.....
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Originally Posted by Amel
12TH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS® NOMINATIONS


Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

CRASH (Lions Gate Films)
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges - Anthony
Sandra Bullock - Jean Cabot
Don Cheadle - Graham
Matt Dillon - Officer Ryan
Jennifer Esposito - Ria
Brendan Fraser - Rick Cabot
Terrence Howard - Cameron Thayer
Thandie Newton - Christine Thayer
Ryan Phillippe - Thomas Hansen
Larenz Tate - Peter

Whether people think it's too preachy or not, this was a damn good performance from each member. Even Ludicris couldn't screw it up and held is own.
Too many characters pretty much lessened the impact for me.
They get like one powerful scene each?
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Originally Posted by riley_dude
Too many characters pretty much lessened the impact for me.
They get like one powerful scene each?
I'd say they at least get a couple. Smartly, Bullock and Ludacris were not very prominent.
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Interesting that Ledger got a Best Actor nod and Gyllenhaal got Supporting.
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Munich and King Kong - totally ignored, but then again, neither one is really an "actor's movie".

Agree with the comment above - how can Squid and the Whale be ignored? Some of the best acting on film all year!
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Originally Posted by riley_dude
Interesting that Ledger got a Best Actor nod and Gyllenhaal got Supporting.
Why wouldn't they, both are getting pretty high acclaim.

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