SAG Predictions for 2021: Best Supporting Actress

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Guilty Screen Actors Awards 2022 predictions:
Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

UPDATED: Nov 25, 2021

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Voting for nominations for the Academy Awards begins on Thursday, January 27, 2022, and ends on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. The official nominations for the Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, with the ceremony taking place on Sunday, March 27, 2022.

Awards season calendar (2021-2022)

All awards and ranks:

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The expected candidates are:
Rank the actor Movie Job studio
1 Caitriona Balf “Belfast” Ma Focus Features
2 Kirsten Dunst “dog power” Rose Gordon Netflix
3 Aunjanue Ellis “King Richard” Brandy Williams Warner Bros.
4 Judi Dench “Belfast” Grandma Focus Features
5 Ruth Negga “passing” Claire Bello Netflix
Next in line
6 Marley Matlin “coda” jackie russian Apple original movies
7 Jesse Buckley “The Lost Daughter” Lida Caruso Netflix
8 Nina Arianda “Being Ricardos” Vivien Vance Amazon Studios
9 Meryl Streep “do not search” President Janie Orleans Netflix
10 Cate Blanchett “Nightmare Alley” Dr. Lilith Ritter Scout Pictures
Other content of the highest levels
11 Ann Dodd “Mass” Linda Bleecker Street
12 Ariana Debus “West Side Story” Anita Twentieth Century Studios
13 Dakota Johnson “The Lost Daughter” Nina Netflix
14 Regina King “The more they fall, the harder they fall.” Trudy Smith Netflix
15th Haley Bennett “Cyrano” Roxanne MGM / United Artists Releasing
16 Olga Meredez “in the heights” Grandma Warner Bros.
17 Gabe Hoffman “come on” viv A 24
18 Sania Sydney “King Richard” Venus Williams Warner Bros.
19 Emily Blunt “A Quiet Place, Part Two” Evelyn Abbott paramount pictures
20 Rebecca Ferguson “Sand dunes” Mrs. Jessica Warner Bros.
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Abigail Breslin “Still water” Focus Features
Alexandra Ship “Tag, tag… Boom!” Netflix
Alicia Vikander “Blue Bayou” Focus Features
Alicia Vikander “Green Knight” A 24
Anya Taylor Joy “Last night in Soho” Focus Features
Ariana Grande “do not search” Netflix
Audra MacDonald “respect” MGM / United Artists Releasing
Awkwafina “swan song” Apple original movies
Bree Elrod red rocket A 24
Brianna Middleton Tender Bar Amazon Studios
Camille Cotten “Still water” Focus Features
Cate Blanchett “do not search” Netflix
Charlotte Rampling “Benedetta” IFC . movies
Sherry Jones “Tami Fay’s Eyes” Rachel Lavalle Scout Pictures
Emma Thompson “Cruella” Baroness Walt Disney Pictures
Florence Boge “Black Widow” Marvel Studios
Frances McDormand “French Dispatch” Scout Pictures
Jane Hodeshell “Humans” A24 / Showtime
Jodi Comer “free man” Twentieth Century Studios
Catherine Hunter “The Tragedy of Macbeth” Apple Original Movies / A24
Leslie Grace “in the heights” Warner Bros.
Lin Dan Fam “Blue Bayou” Focus Features
Martha Plimpton “Mass” Jill Berry Bleecker Street
Melissa Barrera “in the heights” Warner Bros.
Melina Smit “Parallel Mothers” Sony Pictures Classics
Millicent Simmonds “A Quiet Place, Part Two” paramount pictures
Molly Parker “jockey” Ruth Wilkes Sony Pictures Classics
Moses Ingram “The Tragedy of Macbeth” Apple Original Movies / A24
Naomi Harris “swan song” Bobby Turner Apple original movies
Octavia Spencer “confront.. accomplish” Amazon Studios
Poly Draper “Shiva Baby” Debbie The virtuous city
Rachel Weisz “Black Widow” Marvel Studios
Riley Keough “Zola” A 24
Rita Moreno “West Side Story” Twentieth Century Studios
Sally Hawkins “Spencer” Maggie Neon / Toppik Studios
Salma Hayek Biennale “House of Gucci” MGM / United Artists Releasing
Susanna’s son red rocket the strawberry A 24
Teresa Sabonagello “Hand of God” Netflix
Tiffany Haddish Card Counter Focus Features
Tony Collette “Nightmare Alley” Zina Crompin Scout Pictures
Vanessa Hudgens “Tag, tag… Boom!” Netflix
Viola Davis “Suicide Squad” Warner Bros.
Zazie Beetz “nine days” whatever Sony Pictures Classics
Zendaya “Sand dunes” Warner Bros.

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The Screen Actors Guild Awards, hosted by SAG-AFTRA, is an annual awards show that has become one of the main indicators of the Academy Awards. Four films that won the most SAG Awards With three films: “American Beauty” in 1999, “Chicago” in 2002, “The Help” in 2011, and Three Billboards out of Ebbing, Missouri in 2017. Three films were nominated for most SAG Awards with five films: “Shakespeare in Love” for 1998, “Chicago”, and “Doubt” for 2008.

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