"Into the Wild" led the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations on Thursday morning with four nods. The drama nabbed best actor for Emile Hirsch, supporting actor for Hal Holbrook and supporting actress for Catherine Keener, as well as ensemble cast.
The other ensemble cast nominees are "3:10 to Yuma," "American Gangster, " Hairspray" and "No Country for Old Men."
"Michael Clayton" and "No Country for Old Men" tied with three noms apiece.
On the TV front, "Ugly Betty," "The Sopranos" and "30 Rock" each got three nominations from the Screen Actors Guild.
Charles Durning will receive the Guild's lifetime achievement award.
Actors Jean Tripplehorn and Terrence Howard joined SAG prexy Alan Rosenberg for the announcements from the Pacific Design Center.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards is the only industry kudofest dedicated solely to actors and their craft. The winners will be announced on Jan. 27 from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.