‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ could win Frances McDormand a record third SAG Award

‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ could win Frances McDormand a record third SAG Award
There is seemingly little Frances McDormand can’t do. The actress commands the screen as Lady Macbeth opposite Denzel Washington in husband Joel Coen’s upcoming acclaimed film “The Tragedy of Macbeth.” That means she is on the precipice of making history at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Again.

In 2018, McDormand became the first woman to take home a second SAG Award for lead actress, winning for her turn in 2017’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Her first win in the category came 21 years earlier for her performance in the Coen Brothers’ iconic black comedy “Fargo” (1996). Since McDormand won her bookend, two other women have also triumphed for a second time: Renée Zellweger (2002’s “Chicago” and 2019’s “Judy”) and Viola Davis (2011’s “The Help” and 2020’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”).

Either SAG-AFTRA voters got together and collectively decided it was finally Ok to allow women to earn multiple accolades in the category,
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