'Lincoln', 'Les Miserables' lead acting nominations
Updated: 2012-12-13 13:01
Jennifer Lawrence is announced as a nominee for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for "Silver Linings Playbook" as actors Taye Diggs (L) and Busy Philipps announce the nominations for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in West Hollywood, California December 12, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]
But the latest James Bond blockbuster "Skyfall" made it onto SAG's list, with nominations for its stunt ensemble and Spanish actor Bardem's supporting turn as blond-haired villain Silva.
Other perceived Oscar-worthy movies, including slavery era Western "Django Unchained," went unmentioned, while cult drama "The Master" had just one nomination - for actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
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Nicole Kidman made the best supporting actress list for her turn in the steamy but little-seen independent movie "The Paperboy," while Britain's Helen Mirren was recognized for her portrayal of Alfred Hitchcock's long-suffering wife in "Hitchcock".
The SAG awards will be given out in Los Angeles on January 27 in a live telecast on the TBS and TNT networks.
Golden Globe nominations are announced on Thursday and Oscar nominations will be revealed on January 10.
'LINCOLN' PICKS UP STEAM
"Lincoln," director Steven Spielberg's well-reviewed film about US President Abraham Lincoln's battle to outlaw slavery, has been picking up multiple accolades from US critics in the busy Hollywood awards season.
On Wednesday, it brought SAG nominations for lead actor Daniel Day-Lewis and supporting actors Sally Field as his wife, and Tommy Lee Jones as powerful Congressman Thaddeus Stevens.
Hugh Jackman was nominated for best actor while Anne Hathaway is in the race for her supporting role in the movie adaptation of hit stage musical "Les Miserables".
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