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"American Hustle" And "Gravity" Top The 2014 Oscar Nominations

UPDATED: Oprah and Lee Daniels' The Butler didn't make the cut, nor did Tom Hanks or Emma Thompson. But see who is up for an Academy Award this year.

Best Picture

Best Actor

Best Actress

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

Best Director

Best Original Screenplay

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Animated Feature

Best Foreign Language Film

Best Documentary Feature

Best Original Song

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"Happy," Despicable Me 2

"Let It Go," Frozen (featured)

"The Moon Song," Her

"Ordinary Love," Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom

[Update: The nomination for "Alone Yet Not Alone," from Alone Yet Not Alone was rescinded by the Academy. More information at the end of this post.]

Best Original Score

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Warner Bros. Pictures

The Book Thief, John Williams

Gravity (featured), Steven Price

Her, William Butler and Owen Pallett

Philomena, Alexandre Desplat

Saving Mr. Banks, Thomas Newman

Best Cinematography

Best Editing

Best Production Design

Best Costume Design

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Best Visual Effects

Best Sound Editing

Best Sound Mixing

Best Animated Short

Best Documentary Short

Best Live-Action Short

The 86th Annual Academy Awards air on Sunday, March 2 beginning at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Update, Jan. 29, 2014: The Academy's Board of Governors voted to rescind the Best Original Song nomination for "Alone Not Yet Alone," from the independent film Alone Not Yet Alone, with music written by Bruce Broughton and lyrics by Dennis Spiegel. Broughton, a former governor of the Academy's music branch, had emailed members of the branch to make them aware of the song's submission for Oscar consideration, which the Academy ultimately felt "creates the appearance of an unfair advantage," said current Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs in a statement.

The Board of Governors apparently did not point to a specific regulation prohibiting Broughton's actions. Instead, the Academy's release pointed to a more general directive that the Academy Awards should be "conducted in a fair and ethical manner," which allows the Board to take "any corrective actions or assess any penalties that in its discretion it deems necessary to protect the reputation and integrity of the awards process" — even if the activity in question was "not anticipated by these regulations."

There was no replacement nomination.