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Leonardo DiCaprio and Eddie Redmayne to battle it out at Screen Actors Guild Awards

Leonardo DiCaprio and Eddie Redmayne to battle it out at Screen Actors Guild Awards

Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Eddie Redmayne and Cate Blanchett have been nominated for a gong at the forthcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAGs).

DiCaprio, 41, has scored a nod for his performance in 'The Revenant' but could miss out on the Best Male Actor prize as he goes head-to-head against The Danish Girl's Eddie Redmayne, 33, and 'Black Mass' star Johnny Depp.

Cate, 46, has nabbed herself a Best Actress nomination for her impressive lead role in 'Carol', but will have to fight off stiff competition from Dame Helen Mirren, up for her turn in 'Women in Gold'.

And that's not the only nod Mirren, 70, has tucked under her belt as she's also been put forward for Best Supporting Actress for her impressive portrayal of Hedda Hopper in biographical drama film 'Trumbo'.

Winslet, 40, has also managed to land a spot in the same category for her supporting role of Joanna Hoffman in 'Steve Jobs,' as has Rachel McAdams ('Spotlight'), Alicia Vikande ('The Danish Girl') and Rooney Mara ('Carol').

Meanwhile, 'Downton Abbey' will go head-to-head with 'Game of Thrones,' 'Homeland,' 'House of Cards' and 'Mad Men' for the Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble in a Drama Series category.

The nominees for the SAGs were announced on Wednesday (09.12.15) by Anna Faris and Anthony Mackie.

The annual event recognises and honours the best film and television performances of the past year.

The 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will air live on January 30 from Los Angeles on TNT and TBS.

The full list of nominees for the SAGs are as follows:

Outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series:

Peter Dinklage - 'Game of Thrones'

Jon Hamm - 'Mad Men'

Bob Odenkirk - 'Better Call Saul'

Kevin Spacey - 'House of Cards'

Rami Malek - 'Mr. Robot'

Outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role in a motion picture:

Rooney Mara - 'Carol'

Rachel McAdams - 'Spotlight'

Helen Mirren - 'Trumbo'

Alicia Vikande - 'The Danish Girl'

Kate Winslet - 'Steve Jobs'

Outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role in a motion picture:

Idris Elba - 'Beasts of No Nation'

Michael Shannon - '99 Homes'

Mark Rylance - 'Bridge of Spies'

Jacob Tremblay - 'Room'

Christian Bale - 'The Big Short'

Outstanding performance by a female actor in a lead role in a motion picture:

Saoirse Ronan - 'Brooklyn'

Sarah Silverman - 'I Smile Back'

Brie Larson - 'Room'

Cate Blanchett - 'Carol'

Helen Mirren - 'Women in Gold'

Outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role in a motion picture:

Michael Fassbender - 'Steve Jobs'

Leonardo DiCaprio - 'The Revenant'

Eddie Redmayne - 'The Danish Girl'

Bryan Cranston - 'Trumbo'

Johnny Depp -'Black Mass'

Outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture:

'Beasts of No Nation'

'The Big Short'

'Spotlight'

'Straight Outta Compton'

'Trumbo'

Outstanding performance by a male actor in a comedy series:

Ty Burell - 'Modern Family'

Louis CK - 'Louie'

William H Macy - 'Shameless'

Jim Parsons - 'Big Bang Theory'

Jeffrey Tambor - 'Transparent'

Outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series:

Uzo Aduba - 'Orange is the New Black'

Edie Falco - 'Nurse Jackie'

Ellie Kemper - 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

Amy Poehler - 'Parks and Recreation'

Julia Louis-Dreyfus - 'Veep'

Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series:

'Downton Abbey'

'Game of Thrones'

'Homeland'

'House of Cards'

'Mad Men'

Outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series:

Claire Danes - 'Homeland'

Viola Davis - 'How to get Away with Murder'

Julianna Margulies - 'The Good Wife'

Maggie Smith - 'Downton Abbey'

Robin Wright - 'House of Cards'

Outstanding performance by a male actor in a television: movie or miniseries

Idris Elba - 'Luther'

Bill Murray - 'A Very Murray Christmas'

Ben Kingsley - 'Tut'

Ray Liotta - 'Texas Rising'

Mark Rylance - 'Wolf Hall'

Outstanding performance by a female actor in a television movie or miniseries:

Nicole Kidman - 'Grace of Monaco'

Queen Latifah - 'Bessie'

Christina Ricci - 'The Lizzie Borden Chronicles'

Susan Sarandon - 'The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe'

Kristen Wiig - 'The Spoils Before Dying'