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The top prizes at the 31st Producers Guild of Oscars 2020 Live and the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards — among the most valued precursor awards on the road to the 92nd Academy Awards on Feb. 9 — each went to movies starring people virtually nobody in the Academy had heard of prior to this awards season, many still cannot name and none of whom are personally nominated for an Oscar.
The films are 1917 and Parasite, respectively, and call to mind the Oscar race of 11 years ago, when a little movie called Slumdog Millionaire, which starred a bunch of newcomers people couldn't help but root for, won both of those prizes and eventually the best picture Oscar, as well.
There are also other reasons why Oscar-watchers pay close attention to the PGA's choice. The voting rolls of the PGA and the  Oscars 2020 Live Stream are almost exactly the same size — roughly 8,000 people determine the top prize at both the PGA Awards and the Academy Awards — and the PGA Awards is the only major awards ceremony that employs the same sort of "preferential ballot" that the Academy Awards has for the past decade since both groups expanded the size of their top category beyond five (one which requires voters to rank nominees and then, in a convoluted way, rewards the film that most people at least like). In that time period, the two groups have chosen different winners only twice: The PGA picked The Big Short while the Academy picked Spotlight four years ago, and the PGA picked La La Land while the Academy picked Moonlight three years ago.
But Parasite did still manage to win over another primarily American group, SAG-AFTRA, based on the fact that it became the first non-English-language film ever awarded the best ensemble SAG Award — topping fellow best picture Oscar nominees The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, plus Bombshell.
Granted, the winner of the best ensemble  Oscars 2020 Live Stream Online has overlapped with the winner of the best picture Oscar only 11 times in the 24 prior years in which both have been presented — but the best ensemble SAG Award has been the first and sometimes only bellwether ahead of shocking best picture Oscar upsets such as those pulled off by

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