SNUB: Jessica Chastain failed to be recognized for her supporting role in “A Most Violent Year.”
SNUB: SAG voters also left off “A Most Violent Year” star Oscar Isaac from the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role list.
SURPRISE: Naomi Watts earned a very unexpected nomination for her performance in “St. Vincent.”
SNUB: Critics continue to rave over David Oyelowo’s turn in “Selma” as Martin Luther King Jr. His name was left off the list of SAG Award nominees however.
SNUB: Carmen Ejogo’s portrayal of Coretta Scott King in “Selma” was ignored by the Screen Actors Guild.
SNUB: “Selma” received zero nominations across every category on Wednesday morning.
SNUB: Nominated for an Actor last year, Kerry Washington was left off of the list this year for her role as Olivia Pope in “Scandal.”
SURPRISE: Jennifer Aniston’s performance in “Cake” had some saying this could be the role that would earn her some long-overdue recognition. SAG voters gave her the first major nom of what could be a busy award season.
SNUB: Steve Carell received a nomination for lead actor but “Foxcatcher” was shut out in the Best Cast category.
SURPRISE: Jake Gyllenhaal’s edgy performance in crime-thriller “Nightcrawler” earned him a nod on Wednesday.
SNUB: Amy Adams was forgotten for her portrayal of artist Margaret Keane in Tim Burton’s “Big Eyes.”
SNUB: “Unbroken” was shut out in all major categories, though the film did score a nod for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture.
SNUB: Bradley Cooper’s role in “American Sniper” failed to impress SAG voters enough to give him a nod.
SNUB: Neither of Marion Cotillard’s performances in “Two Days, One Night” or “The Immigrant” were deemed worthy of a SAG Award nomination.
SNUB: Her role on “Masters of Sex” earned her an Emmy nomination but was ignored by SAG on Wednesday morning.
SNUB: “Orange is the New Black” received a Comedy Ensemble nomination and co-star Uzo Aduba scored a nod for her role as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren. Taylor Schilling came up empty handed though.
SNUB: In “Two and a Half Men’s” final season, SAG failed to recognize Jon Cryer, who has only been nominated for a SAG Award once. Conversely, he’s won two Emmys and been nominated seven times for playing Alan Harper on the CBS sitcom.
SNUB: She received an Emmy nomination in 2014 but Michelle Dockery failed to earn a SAG Award nomination for her role on “Downton Abbey.”
SNUB: Another year without a SAG Award nod for Lena Dunham. The “Girls” star has yet to be nominated.
SNUB: Laura Dern was left off of the list of supporting actress nominees for her performance in “Wild.”
SNUB: Now in her fourth iteration of “American Horror Story,” Jessica Lange was unable to secure a nomination for her role in “Freak Show.”
SNUB: After two straight SAG Award nominations, Jeff Daniels’ name wasn’t called on Wednesday morning. The HBO series, now in its final season, was snubbed in all categories.