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Cate Blanchett could be the latest actor to score double ensemble nominations at the SAG Awards

Cate Blanchett could be the latest actor to score double ensemble nominations at the SAG Awards

After appearing in Adam McKay’s satirical comedy “Don’t Look Up” and Guillermo del Toro’s psychological thriller “Nightmare Alley,” Cate Blanchett could make history at the Screen Actors Guild Awards should either movie receive a bid for film ensemble come Wednesday. It would break her tie in the category with Russell Crowe and Brad Pitt of six nominations each. If both movies receive ensemble nominations, however, Blanchett will also become the 19th person in SAG Awards history to snag double nominations in the same year, and the fourth person to do it in the last three years.

The actors who’ve already accomplished this impressive feat are:

Ed Harris in 1995’s “Apollo 13” and “Nixon

David Paymer in 1995’s “Get Shorty” and “Nixon

John C. Reilly in 2002’s “Chicago” and “The Hours

Meryl Streep in 2002’s “Adaptation” and “The Hours

Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges in 2005’s “Crash” and “Hustle & Flow

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