24 December 2012 10:20 AM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Last week in our Awards Line column we took a look at the races for Best Picture, Director and Screenplay. Today we take a look at the races for Best Actor and Actress. Best Actors Since 2002 the Screen Actors Guild has matched the Oscar list for Best Actor 42 for 50 (84%). Supporting Actor is 39 for 50 (78%). The lead category has only missed more than one a single time since 2000. Supporting was perfect in 2009-'10 before missing with Armie Hammer in J. Edgar last year (and we all still wonder how that happened.) There are better percentages at play, though, as we figure who (if at all) will be left off either of these lists come Oscar time. The best of which is that in the past decade a nomination from not just SAG but also Chicago, the Golden Globes and...

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- Erik Childress

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