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Oscar Nominations Released




Nominations for the 96th annual Academy Awards were announced yesterday, led by “Oppenheimer” with 13 nods and “Poor Things” with 11. "Killers of the Flower Moon” (10 nominations) star Lily Gladstone makes history as the first Native American woman to be nominated for best actress, while director Martin Scorsese becomes the most-nominated living movie director. The box-office hit "Barbie," which grossed $1.4B globally, received eight nominations.


Jodie Foster earned a supporting actress nod, her first Oscar nomination in 29 years, while 91-year-old composer John Williams, the most-nominated living person in Oscar history, received his 54th nomination. And, for the first time, three foreign-language films are nominated for best picture. This year’s Oscars are the first with new eligibility criteria for best picture, requiring films to meet two of four representation and inclusion standards.


See the biggest snubs and surprises here. The ceremony takes place live March 10 (7 pm ET, ABC), with Jimmy Kimmel returning as host for a fourth time. 


See the Muppet version of each best picture nominee here (via X).

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