It's Oscars season at last!
The nominees for the 2012 Academy Awards were revealed on Tuesday. And they're pretty much in sync with all the critics' picks so far.
Jennifer Lawrence arrived at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills bright and early this morning to deliver the hot showbiz news. The Hunger Games actress and Academy president Tom Sherak unveiled nominations in 24 categories to the glee of sleepy film buffs.
Martin Scorsese's lavish 3D adventure Hugo leads the nominations pack. The film won 11 Oscar nominations and managed to edge out a silent movie favorite.
That film, The Artist, ran second, earning 10 nods for Hollywood's top cinema awards.
Brad Pitt's baseball movie Moneyball and Steven Spielberg's equine epic War Horse tied for the title of third most-nominated movie at this year's Academy Awards. Each film got six nods apiece.
Elsewhere on the list of nominees, two-time Oscar winner Streep is up for a Best Actress prize for her portrayal of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. Meryl further padded her record as the most-nominated actress in show biz history, raising her career total to 17 hat-tips.
Here are the nominees in the major categories:
Oscar snubs, surprises? Where's Leonardo DiCaprio? What about Tilda Swinton?
The 84th Annual Academy Awards will air live from Hollywood's Kodak Theatre on ABC, Sunday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. EST when the nine-time host Billy Crystal will return to the stage to emcee for the first time in eight years.
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