Screen Actor Guild Award Nominees

The Screen Actors Guild Awards are held Saturday night. Imagine the Golden Globes if they were voted on by people who know something about film and television.

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Nine's Penelope Cruz received a Best Supporting Actress nod and the film was also recognized in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast field for the 16th Annual Screen Actor Guild Awards, which air Saturday night on TBS.
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George Clooney was nominated Best Actor and his Up in the Air co-stars Vera Farmiga...
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and Anna Kendrick were both nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category.
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Carey Mulligan, second from right, was nominated for Best Actress and was recognized along with co-stars Alfred Molina, Cara Seymour and Peter Sarsgaard for Best Cast.
The cast of Inglourious Basterds was nominated, as were Diane Kruger, center, for best supporting actress, and Golden Globe winner Christoph Waltz, standing, for best supporting actor.
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Jeremy Renner was nominated for Best Actor and as a member of the Best Cast for his work in The Hurt Locker.
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Gabourey Sidibe and Mo'nique were nominated for best actress and best supporting actress, respectively for Precious and shared in the film's nomination for best cast. Mo'nique already took home the GG in the same category and will be the favorite on Oscar night.
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A Single Man's Colin Firth received a Best Actor nod and his co-star Julianne Moore was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.
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Golden Globe winner Jeff Bridges' work as drunken country star in Crazy Heart earned him a Best Actor nomination.
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Morgan Freeman's turn as Nelson Mandela in Invictus earned him a Best Actor nom and his co-star …
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Matt Damon was nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
Christopher Plummer and Helen Mirren each received nominations, for Best Supporting Actor and Best Actress, for their roles as Mr. And Mrs. Leo Tolstoy in The Last Station.
Meryl Streep is in the running for best actress on the strength of her role in Julie & Julia. She's already taken home the Globe and is always a threat during awards season.
Her work in The Blind Side earned Sandra Bullock a Best Actress nom and a Golden Globe.
Stanley Tucci, right, is in the running for Best Supporting Actor for his work in The Lovely Bones.
Rounding out the Best Supporting Actor field is Woody Harreslon, for his work in The Messenger.
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