With their wins at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, Gary Oldman
”), Frances McDormand
(“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Sam Rockwell
(“Three Billboards”) and Allison Janney
(“I, Tonya”) continue their march toward becoming the first foursome to sweep the Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice, SAG, BAFTA and Oscar. Their SAG victories are the most important ones of the three groups so far, as the SAGs have a fantastic correlation with the Oscars; SAG has only missed five times in Best Actor, six times in Best Actress, nine times in Best Supporting Actor and seven times in Best Supporting Actress. But despite so much overlap between the individual races, SAG
does not go 4-for-4 with Oscar in one season as often as you might think.
Over its 23-year history, SAG has only had a direct match in all four Oscar acting races six times, most recently three years ago. SAG typically goes 3-for-4 with Oscar,