Javier Bardem gets SAG nomination for `Skyfall`

Los Angeles: Spanish actor Javier Bardem was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for best supporting actor for his portrayal of the villain in the latest James Bond film, `Skyfall`.

Also nominated in the category are Alan Arkin (`Argo`), Robert De Niro (`Silver Linings Playbook`), Philip Seymour Hoffman (`The Master`) and Tommy Lee Jones (`Lincoln`).

Bardem won both the SAG Award and the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as a spooky hit man in the 2007 film `No Country For Old Men`.

Up for the SAG award for best supporting actress are Sally Field (`Lincoln`), Anne Hathaway (`Les Miserables`), Helen Hunt (`The Sessions`), Nicole Kidman (`The Paperboy`) and Maggie Smith (`The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel`).

In the best actor category are Bradley Cooper (`Silver Linings Playbook`), Daniel Day-Lewis (`Lincoln`), John Hawkes (`The Sessions`), Hugh Jackman (`Les Miserables`) and Denzel Washington (`Flight`).

Nominated for this year`s award for best actress are Jessica Chastain (`Zero Dark Thirty`), Marion Cotillard (`Rust and Bone`), Jennifer Lawrence (`Silver Linings Playbook`), Helen Mirren (`Hitchcock`) and Naomi Watts (`The Impossible`).


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