Surprise: Daveed Diggs In 'Hamilton'
Daveed Diggs got a big Thursday morning surprise, not only helping to announce the SAG Awards nominees with Lily Collins on Instagram Live, but by learning that he had been nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie for "Hamilton".
Snub: Amanda Seyfried In 'Mank'
While "Mank" received a nomination for Gary Oldman's lead performance, Amanda Seyfried's celebrated turn as actress Marion Davies was ignored by the guild.
Surprise: Jared Leto In 'The Little Things'
"The Little Things" may not have received much critical acclaim or love from audiences, but Jared Leto is clearly riding a wave of support in Hollywood, first securing a 2021 Golden Globe nomination for his supporting performance as a possible serial killer, and now a nod from the Screen Actors Guild.
Snub: Mads Mikkelsen In 'Another Round'
Despite a moving, lively, commanding performance in the Danish film "Another Round", Mads Mikkelsen was ignored by the Screen Actors Guild in this year's nominations.
Snub: Bill Murray In 'On The Rocks'
Among the films left in the dust by the SAG Awards nominations was Sofia Coppola's latest drama "On The Rocks", with Bill Murray's lack of recognition coming as a surprise to many.
Surprise: Bill Camp In 'The Queen's Gambit'
"The Queen's Gambit" is one of the big nominees at this year's SAG Awards, but Bill Camp's nomination for Outstanding Supporting Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for his role as William Shaibel, the custodian turned chess mentor to Beth Harmon, came as a welcome surprise to fans of the prolific character actor.
Snub: Shira Haas In 'Unorthodox'
Emmy and Golden Globe nominations were apparently not enough for Shira Haas to get recognized by the SAG Awards for her acclaimed performance in the hit Netflix miniseries "Unorthodox".
Snub: Delroy Lindo In 'Da 5 Bloods'
Spike Lee's "Da 5 Bloods" received two SAG Award nods for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and a posthumous award for the late Chadwick Boseman for Supporting Performance, but the film's show-stopping turn from actor Delroy Lindo failed to get a nomination.
Surprise: 'Hillbilly Elegy'
Despite negative reviews, Amy Adams and Glenn Close both surprised movie buffs by coming away with lead and supporting acting nominations respectively for the Ron Howard film.
Snub: John Boyega In 'Small Axe'
Despite a towering, true movie star performance in Steve McQueen's "Red, White and Blue" from his anthology "Small Axe", John Boyega was sadly left out of the running at the 2021 SAG Awards.