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Sarah Weldon
December 13, 2017 at 11:08 AM EST

The nominations for the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards came pouring in on Wednesday morning, and the full list includes talent from films and TV shows like The Big Sick and Stranger Things, with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri leading the motion picture pack.

From Nicole Kidman to Sterling K. Brown, the nominees have reacted with gratitude and love – specifically to their fellow castmates. Here are the reactions from all the TV and film stars that have been nominated for their work this year:

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, for The Big Sick:

“We are so lucky to have been graced with the enormous talents of every single member of our cast. They each put a piece of themselves into our story and we are thrilled at being recognized. Thank you. And a special shout out to Holly Hunter’s individual nomination! Now we have to go tell our real parents that they aren’t actually nominated.”

Nicole Kidman, nominated for Outstanding  Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series, for Big Little Lies:

“What an amazing morning! Thank you to SAG-AFTRA for recognizing Big Little Lies in such a significant way. I’ve been acting since I was 14 and have dedicated an enormous amount of my life to my craft so to be acknowledged by my acting family is the most incredible honor.”

Alison Brie, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, for GLOW:

“It is such a great honor to be recognized by my fellow actors with this nomination. I am so proud to be part of a show that celebrates the craft of acting, with all its pitfalls and glories, and to be able to work with such a diverse group of insanely talented women. GLOW has meant the world to me and I’m deeply thankful for this recognition for me and the cast. Thank you SAG-AFTRA!!”

Bob Odenkirk, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, for Better Call Saul

I am thrilled to get this nomination from my fellow actors! At “Better Call Saul” I am surrounded by an ensemble of excellence – Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, Jonathan Banks, everybody raises my game. Thank you to SAG-AFTRA.

Sterling K. Brown, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, for This Is Us:

Millie Bobby Brown, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, for Stranger Things:

“Screen Actors Guild! Thank you SO much for recognizing me and our cast for the second year in a row! This means the world coming from you, our peers. I am so lucky and honored to have the privilege of playing Eleven – a strong, powerful, badass, strange, wonderful character! Can’t wait to celebrate with my Stranger Things family!”

Laverne Cox, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, for Orange is the New Black:

David Harbour, nominated Outstanding Performance by an Male Actor in a Drama Series, for Stranger Things

“If it isn’t wildly apparent by now, I’ll say it directly – I love actors! To be recognized by my peers in such distinguished company gives me a special joy. And Millie and the show! Beyond. When I act, when I create, I feel alive, full to bursting, and I feel of service to the mysterious goodness that firmly exists in this world. I have been rewarded with a life that indulges in the primacy of self, but at its core and at its purest and its best, it is a life of service. A service to audiences. To prod and poke when necessary, to comfort and entertain when times seem dark, to ever expand the human experience, to offer a reason to live, to celebrate to the Gods the great gift and scourge that is consciousness. Sometimes it means expressing iron intellect and rigorous truth that bonds us all in the achingly profound wisdom of no escape. Sometimes it means revealing the intimate moments of endurance, of unexpected kindness, unasked for love. And sometimes it simply means making a fierce and joyful noise, to spin, to twirl, to throw your hands up with the relentless dips and climb aboard this rollercoaster of life. Ya know, to dance. *insert Hopper dancing gif* Thank you for recognizing me, as it might mean it’ll be easier to get more jobs doing it.”

Sean Hayes, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series, for Will & Grace

“I am so honored to be recognized in this category with these extraordinary actors. I love acting because I love actors. I also like to bake sometimes.”

Laura Linney, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, for Ozark

“I am so proud to be included in a list of such wonderful actresses who have raised the bar so high. What an amazing year for women in television. And I am especially proud to be representing Ozark with my TV spouse, the ever deserving Jason Bateman! Thank you SAG-AFTRA!”

Robert De Niro, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series, for Wizard of Lies

“It is always meaningful to be recognized by other actors. “Wizard of Lies” is a great example of how rewarding the collaborative effort can be. I am most appreciative of everyone who worked on this project.”

Gary Oldman, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, for Darkest Hour

“No actor could ever deny the special satisfaction that comes from being recognized by your fellow artists…we all share the same challenges, insecurities, and uncertainties, chief among them, the question “am I any good?“…this nomination, and in the wonderful company of the other nominees, is so very satisfying…”

Richard Jenkins, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, for The Shape of Water

“I am thrilled and humbled to be nominated by my peers for a SAG Award. This union is very close to my heart. Well, the SAG card is in my wallet, so it’s a little further south.”

Sam Rockwell, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

“It is such an honor to be nominated by your fellow actors, I have been a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild for as long as I can remember. To share it with this wonderful ensemble whom I have had the pleasure to work with over the years and others I got to collaborate with for the first time is truly special. I want to thank Martin McDonagh, our director and writer, for crafting these characters, as well as Woody, Fran and the rest of the cast who brought the town of Ebbing to life on screen. I am thrilled.”

Zoe Kazan, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, for The Big Sick:

“Thank you to SAG for honoring THE BIG SICK ensemble with a nomination. It means so much to us, especially from our acting peers. I am deeply proud to be a part of this film and to have brought Kumail & Emily’s story into the world, especially at this time. We are particularly moved to have been recognized as an ensemble, as this was such an extraordinary collaborative experience. I’m excited to be reunited once more with my movie family, and to share this with Kumail, Holly, Ray, Zenobia, Anupam, and Adeel–and everyone else who helped bring THE BIG SICK to life.”

Margot Robbienominated for Outstanding Performance Female Actor in a Leading Role, for I, Tonya:

“I’m so incredibly moved and excited to be nominated by my fellow actors. I feel very fortunate to be able to have had the opportunity to bring Tonya’s story to the big screen. Thank you to Steven for his brilliant and unique script, to Allison and Sebastian for being such incredible screen partners and to Craig for his amazing direction and perfectly capturing the tone and essence of the film. I’m so honored to be recognized among the truly powerful and wonderful women in the category. I can’t wait to celebrate with everyone.”

Allison Williams,nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, for Get Out:

Sally Hawkins, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, for The Shape of Water:

“I am beyond thrilled to have received the honour of this nomination. And to receive it from fellow colleagues is huge to me. Guillermo, this film and the entire cast & crew hold a very special place in my heart and always will. Each and every one of them made me better. I am truly delighted more than I can really express in words but my heart is fit to burst with pride for us all. Thank you dearest SAG members. Thank you for your embrace.”

Marc Maron, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series, for GLOW:

“I am stunned and excited to be recognized by other actors in this way. I really never thought this was possible in my life. It helps to be surrounded by amazing actors and to have such a defined and well written character as Sam Sylvia and to be on a show as unique as GLOW. I am just a small part. So, thanks SAG for recognizing me and the mind-blowing ensemble that is GLOW.”

Uzo Aduba, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, for Orange Is the New Black

Timothée Chalamet, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role, for Call Me By Your Name:

“What an incredible morning! This nomination is very close to my heart because it’s from the actor. When we made Call Me By Your Name, we had no idea what it would turn into. The experience in making the film with Armie was so special, and yet, we just didn’t know. Simply put, I’ve been blown away by the response this film has received. And, to be included in ensemble along with my Lady Bird family (congrats Saoirse!) makes this recognition that much more special.”

Hong Chau, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, for Downsizing

“I can’t stop smiling! I started my career as a background actor in New York. When I moved to Los Angeles, I was worried casting directors wouldn’t think much of me because I hadn’t booked a Law & Order. Thank you for recognizing my role in Downsizing. It was a once in a lifetime dream job that has made all the lean years worth it. Hugs to all my fellow actors!”

Danielle Brooks, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, for Orange Is The New Black:

Ray Romano, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, for The Big Sick:

“This is awesome but I won’t believe it till the recount.”

Lea DeLaria, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, for Orange Is The New Black

Jessica Pimentel, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, for Orange Is The New Black:

Asia Kate Dillon, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, for Orange Is The New Black

Holly Hunter, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, for The Big Sick

“Ah! I love actors! I’m humbled and thrilled with the acknowledgement from my peers. The ensemble nomination is particularly special, because the bar was set so high for me every working day by this glorious cast. What better time than now to be telling a story that fights for love?”

Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, co-creators and showrunners of GLOW, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series:

“We are madly in love with our ensemble and so thrilled that they have all been recognized by SAG, along with Alison and Marc. Everyone has poured so much talent and passion into our show. We couldn’t be prouder.”

Gaten Matarazzo, nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Drama Series, for Stranger Things

“I’m thrilled for the show and for the incredible ensemble of actors who made the success of the last two seasons possible. I’m honored to share this moment with the Duffer Brothers and the rest of the cast and crew who are so brilliant, and who are like family to me. This is a project I feel very lucky to be a part of. Congratulations to David, Millie and everyone else nominated!”

Claire Foy, nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, for The Crown

“It’s such an honour to receive these nominations from SAG. I am just so happy that people are enjoying the second season; I am so proud to be a part of this series and to work with such talented and remarkable actors. Thank you SAG!”

The 24th annual SAG Awards ceremony, with Kristen Bell as the show’s first-ever host, on Sunday, Jan. 21, on TNT and TBS.

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