I was completely blown away when I heard about Nicole Kidman's SAG Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Not because of her talent, but because of the lack of enthusiasm for the film The Paperboy. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival back in May, Lee Daniels' follow up to the 2010 Best Picture Nominee Precious left critics and audiences craving a better result. Although I haven't seen The Paperboy, it's becoming evident that Kidman is a strong candidate for Best Supporting Actress. However, we said the same thing after Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin) received nominations from the SAG and Golden Globes last year, only to be left out of the Best Actress category by the Academy.