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The SAG Awards: Great Kate

000d6065c51b0ae76da652 Kate Winslet is picking up so many awards prior to the Oscars, I can't help but worry things won't go her way on the big night. One of the many things I love about this brilliant actor is how frank she has been in the press about wanting to win. She should have won for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Or for Little Children. Will The Reader finally make this her year?

As for the rest: A fairly, but happily, predictable night at the SAG Awards. The TV categories were ruled by John Adams and 30 Rock, with the drama awards being split by Hugh Laurie of House, Sally Field of Brothers & Sisters, and the ensemble of Mad Men. But what do the film awards mean for the upcoming Oscars? It should be interesting, as Female Actor in a Supporting Role winner Kate Winslet will be in the Lead Actress category opposite Meryl Streep come Oscars. I think there's going to be a few surprises, as this leaves the Supporting Actress category wide open. And I wouldn't say Sean Penn has a lock on Best Actor...Mickey Rourke is breathing down his neck. The broadcast is either going to end up being very predictable, or highly unexpected.

--Jenelle Riley

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