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Oscars 2014: And the nominees are...

Want to know who will be competing for little gold men at the 86th annual Academy Awards? You’re in the right place! We’ll be posting all the nominees here; keep refreshing to see a full list. UPDATE: Find a complete list of nominees below. American Hustle and Gravity are tied for the most nods with 10 apiece; 12 Years a Slave is close behind with nine nominations total.

Best Picture
American Hustle
Captain Phillips
Dallas Buyers Club
12 Years a Slave
The Wolf of Wall Street

Best Director
David O. Russell, American Hustle
Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity
Alexander Payne, Nebraska
Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave
Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street


Oscars 2014: Watch the nominations live! VIDEO

Judgment day is upon us. At precisely 8:38 a.m. ET, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences — via the beautiful mouth of announcer Chris Hemsworth — will reveal which filmmakers, performers, and other creative types will be up for Oscars at this year’s 86th Academy Awards.

Want to watch the magic happen? Simply tune in by watching a live stream of the nominations announcement, which you’ll find below the jump.

Oscars 2013: A close-up look at the live action short film nominees


Spend some time watching the films nominated for the Oscars’ live action short award, and you’ll find yourself taking a round-the-world tour from Afghanistan to Canada to France to Somalia to New York.

With stories from all corners of the globe, this varied collection of shorts touches on issues of poverty, of aging, and of the choices people are faced with when given great power.

As you get ready to fill out your personal Oscar ballot, here’s a look at the chilling, bittersweet, heart-warming films in the race for the live action short award this year. The winner, along with the top film in the documentary and animation short categories, will be announced at the Academy Awards on Feb. 24.


Oscars 2013: A close-up look at the animated short nominees


Man’s best friend, guacamole, marriage, Ayn Rand and paper airplanes are just a few of the subjects tackled in this year’s lineup of Oscar-nominated animated shorts.

All these films have in common is that they’re under 40 minutes long and created through some form of animation.  Otherwise, the films are wildly different in both tone and technique. Some are stop-motion films, some are hand-drawn, others computer-generated — and one is a hybrid.

As you get ready to fill out your own personal Oscar ballot, here’s a look at the funny, sweet, and serene stories facing off in the animated shorts category this year.


Golden Globes nominations: 'The Artist,' 'The Descendants' lead pack of nominees


The Artist is a true work of art, according to the 69th annual Golden Globe nominations. The silent film helmed by Michel Hazanavicius has nabbed six nominations this year, leading a distinguished pack that also includes The Descendants and The Help, which both picked up five nominees. (The Ides of March and Midnight in Paris rounds out the top five nominees with four nods each.) It’s also a banner year for Clooney, who not only saw his film The Descendants get nominated for Best Drama, but picked up Best Actor (The Descendants), Best Director (The Ides of March), and Best Screenplay (The Ides of March) nominations as well. Who else is nominated this year? (Or, we should say, who else will be subject to host Ricky Gervais’ jabs this year?) See the full list of nominees here, and see who picks up the trophy at the ceremony Jan. 15! (Be sure to also check out EW’s Pre-Oscars Scorecard to see which films lead the awards season race!)

Best Drama
The Descendants
The Help
The Ides of March
War Horse

Best Comedy/Musical
The Artist
Midnight in Paris
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