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What do the Screen Actors Guild awards mean for the Oscars? The latest 'Just to be Nominated' podcast is here to help!
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What do the Screen Actors Guild awards mean for the Oscars? The latest 'Just to be Nominated' podcast is here to help!

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'Just to be Nominated' is hosted and produced by Chris Lay, the podcast operations manager for Lee, along with Bruce Miller, the editor of the Sioux City Journal, and Jared McNett, a reporter for the Globe Gazette in Mason City, Iowa.

Last time you heard from us, we were breaking down the Oscar nominations.

This time we're doing the same thing, but for the Screen Actors Guild awards that were handed out on Sunday which, of course, will have some repercussions on who walks away with an Oscars in a few weeks.

As an added bonus the second chunk of the show is spent on an unexpected digression into why Marvel movies work and DC movies... don't.

Links to where you can watch, stream, or rent all of the movies they picked can be found in the show notes here.

You can subscribe on iTunesSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcher, or wherever you prefer to listen to your shows.

The Screen Actors Guild handed out their awards on Sunday, and the hosts of the Lee Enterprises film podcast, 'Just to be Nominated,' have some thoughts!

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