In this year's Oscar nominations, entries didn't sway far from what was expected, though there were a few shocking additions - five-time Razzie nominee "Lone Ranger''! - and plenty of overlooked titles.
Here's a breakdown of the snubs and surprises at the 86th Oscar nominations:
"Captain Phillips.'' Tom Hanks is widely beloved by the academy, having been nominated five times previously, and winning for "Forest Gump'' and "Philadelphia.'' But even though "Captain Phillips,'' in which Hanks plays the title role, was nominated six times, Hanks was denied an actor nod for his lead performance.
"All Is Lost.'' Robert Redford, expected by many to be nominated for his solo roll in the shipwreck drama, also missed out on a best actor nod, which he's never won.
"Lee Daniels' the Butler.'' If the lack of Golden Globe nominations was any indication, it's no surprise this film was given little love by the academy. But a complete shutout is a shock. At least Oprah still has a chance to take home a trophy for her performance as Gloria Gaines at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this weekend.
"Blue Jasmine.'' Though the film received three nominations, including a best actress bid for Cate Blanchett, best supporting actress for Sally Hawkins, and original screenplay, writer-director Woody Allen was left out of the directing category. Though he may take home the trophy for writing, perhaps it's best to let the gals be the belles of the Oscar ball. It's not like Allen, who hates award shows, would show up anyway.
"Her.'' Spike Jonze was also left out of the directing category for his work on this futuristic love story. But his film earned noms in four other categories, including original score, original song, best picture, production design and original screenplay. Last nominated in 1999 for best director for "Being John Malkovich,'' Jonze has yet to win an Academy Award. Also from "Her,'' Joaquin Phoenix was denied a best actor nomination for his lead role in the futuristic love story. It's a surprising snub after the actor carried the film on only the sound of Scarlett Johansson's voice.
"Inside Llewyn Davis.'' After receiving a flurry of praise, including sweeping the National Society of Film Critics' top prizes for picture, director, actor (Oscar Isaac) and cinematography, this folk-music tale was nominated for only two Oscars - cinematography and sound mixing. Directors Ethan and Joel Coen were left