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The 83rd annual Academy Award nominations were announced this morning. The King's Speech led the field with 12 nominations. Notable snubs were Julianne Moore for The Kids Are All Right, Mila Kunis in Black Swan, and The Town for Best Picture.

Check out the full list and get your own ballot, AFTER THE JUMP...

LIST below ballot.

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Here you go:

Actor in a Leading Role
Javier Bardem in “Biutiful”
Jeff Bridges in “True Grit”
Jesse Eisenberg in “The Social Network”
Colin Firth in “The King's Speech”
James Franco in “127 Hours”

Actor in a Supporting Role
Christian Bale in “The Fighter”
John Hawkes in “Winter's Bone”
Jeremy Renner in “The Town”
Mark Ruffalo in “The Kids Are All Right”
Geoffrey Rush in “The King's Speech”

Actress in a Leading Role
Annette Bening in “The Kids Are All Right”
Nicole Kidman in “Rabbit Hole”
Jennifer Lawrence in “Winter's Bone”
Natalie Portman in “Black Swan”
Michelle Williams in “Blue Valentine”

Actress in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams in “The Fighter”
Helena Bonham Carter in “The King's Speech”
Melissa Leo in “The Fighter”
Hailee Steinfeld in “True Grit”
Jacki Weaver in “Animal Kingdom”

Animated Feature Film
“How to Train Your Dragon” Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois
“The Illusionist” Sylvain Chomet
“Toy Story 3” Lee Unkrich

Art Direction
“Alice in Wonderland” 
Production Design: Robert Stromberg; Set Decoration: Karen O'Hara
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” 
Production Design: Stuart Craig; Set Decoration: Stephenie McMillan
“Inception” 
Production Design: Guy Hendrix Dyas; Set Decoration: Larry Dias and Doug Mowat
“The King's Speech” 
Production Design: Eve Stewart; Set Decoration: Judy Farr
“True Grit” 
Production Design: Jess Gonchor; Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh

Cinematography
“Black Swan” Matthew Libatique
“Inception” Wally Pfister
“The King's Speech” Danny Cohen
“The Social Network” Jeff Cronenweth
“True Grit” Roger Deakins

Costume Design
“Alice in Wonderland” Colleen Atwood
“I Am Love” Antonella Cannarozzi
“The King's Speech” Jenny Beavan
“The Tempest” Sandy Powell
“True Grit” Mary Zophres

Directing
“Black Swan” Darren Aronofsky
“The Fighter” David O. Russell
“The King's Speech” Tom Hooper
“The Social Network” David Fincher
“True Grit” Joel Coen and Ethan Coen

Documentary (Feature)
“Exit through the Gift Shop” Banksy and Jaimie D'Cruz
“Gasland” Josh Fox and Trish Adlesic
“Inside Job” Charles Ferguson and Audrey Marrs
“Restrepo” Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger
“Waste Land” Lucy Walker and Angus Aynsley

Documentary (Short Subject)
“Killing in the Name” Nominees to be determined
“Poster Girl” Nominees to be determined
“Strangers No More” Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon
“Sun Come Up” Jennifer Redfearn and Tim Metzger
“The Warriors of Qiugang” Ruby Yang and Thomas Lennon

Film Editing
“Black Swan” Andrew Weisblum
“The Fighter” Pamela Martin
“The King's Speech” Tariq Anwar
“127 Hours” Jon Harris
“The Social Network” Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter

Foreign Language Film
“Biutiful” Mexico
“Dogtooth” Greece
“In a Better World” Denmark
“Incendies” Canada
“Outside the Law (Hors-la-loi)” Algeria

Makeup
“Barney's Version” Adrien Morot
“The Way Back” Edouard F. Henriques, Gregory Funk and Yolanda Toussieng
“The Wolfman” Rick Baker and Dave Elsey

Music (Original Score)
“How to Train Your Dragon” John Powell
“Inception” Hans Zimmer
“The King's Speech” Alexandre Desplat
“127 Hours” A.R. Rahman
“The Social Network” Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Music (Original Song)
“Coming Home” from “Country Strong” Music and Lyric by Tom Douglas, Troy Verges and Hillary Lindsey
“I See the Light” from “Tangled” Music by Alan Menken Lyric by Glenn Slater
“If I Rise” from “127 Hours” Music by A.R. Rahman Lyric by Dido and Rollo Armstrong
“We Belong Together” from “Toy Story 3" Music and Lyric by Randy Newman

Best Picture
“Black Swan” Mike Medavoy, Brian Oliver and Scott Franklin, Producers
“The Fighter” David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and Mark Wahlberg, Producers
“Inception” Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan, Producers
“The Kids Are All Right” Gary Gilbert, Jeffrey Levy-Hinte and Celine Rattray, Producers
“The King's Speech” Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Gareth Unwin, Producers
“127 Hours” Christian Colson, Danny Boyle and John Smithson, Producers
“The Social Network” Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti, Michael De Luca and Ceán Chaffin, Producers
“Toy Story 3” Darla K. Anderson, Producer
“True Grit” Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Producers
“Winter's Bone" Anne Rosellini and Alix Madigan-Yorkin, Producers

Short Film (Animated)
“Day & Night” Teddy Newton
“The Gruffalo” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang
“Let's Pollute” Geefwee Boedoe
“The Lost Thing” Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann
“Madagascar, carnet de voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary)” Bastien Dubois
Short Film (Live Action)
“The Confession” Tanel Toom
“The Crush” Michael Creagh
“God of Love” Luke Matheny
“Na Wewe” Ivan Goldschmidt
“Wish 143” Ian Barnes and Samantha Waite

Sound Editing
“Inception” Richard King
“Toy Story 3” Tom Myers and Michael Silvers
“Tron: Legacy” Gwendolyn Yates Whittle and Addison Teague
“True Grit” Skip Lievsay and Craig Berkey
“Unstoppable” Mark P. Stoeckinger

Sound Mixing
“Inception” Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo and Ed Novick
“The King's Speech” Paul Hamblin, Martin Jensen and John Midgley
“Salt” Jeffrey J. Haboush, Greg P. Russell, Scott Millan and William Sarokin
“The Social Network” Ren Klyce, David Parker, Michael Semanick and Mark Weingarten
“True Grit” Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter F. Kurland

Visual Effects
“Alice in Wonderland” Ken Ralston, David Schaub, Carey Villegas and Sean Phillips
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” Tim Burke, John Richardson, Christian Manz and Nicolas Aithadi
“Hereafter” Michael Owens, Bryan Grill, Stephan Trojanski and Joe Farrell
“Inception” Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley and Peter Bebb
“Iron Man 2” Janek Sirrs, Ben Snow, Ged Wright and Daniel Sudick

Writing (Adapted Screenplay)
“127 Hours” Screenplay by Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy
“The Social Network” Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin
“Toy Story 3” Screenplay by Michael Arndt; Story by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich
“True Grit” Written for the screen by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
“Winter's Bone” Adapted for the screen by Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini

Writing (Original Screenplay)
“Another Year” Written by Mike Leigh
“The Fighter” Screenplay by Scott Silver and Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson; 
Story by Keith Dorrington & Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson
“Inception” Written by Christopher Nolan
“The Kids Are All Right” Written by Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg
“The King's Speech” Screenplay by David Seidler

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  1. Really? Toy Story 3 is up for both Best Picture and Best Animated Picture?

    Posted by: Adam | Jan 25, 2011 8:43:50 AM


  2. I think another snub is Danny Boyle for director. As much as I love James Franco, that movie would have been a huge yawner in any other director's hands. I also find it interesting that Inception is nominated for best film and yet there are no nods for direction or any of the acting. It is seemingly based on its visual effects, sound, story and editing which makes sense. But it goes to show you that according to the Oscars, if the story is good and you have great tricks, you can cast anybody.

    Posted by: bob | Jan 25, 2011 9:18:56 AM


  3. I wouldn't regard the Academy overlooking The Town as a snub. All of the ten films they did nominate for Best Picture are far superior including, yes, really, the thoroughly delightful Toy Story 3. Ditto for those who got nominated instead of Mila Kunis, especially the fierce performance of Jackie Weaver in Animal Kingdom, playing the mother from hell of a crime family. Her character could eat Melissa Leo's character in The Fighter for lunch.

    Posted by: MichaelJ | Jan 25, 2011 9:29:43 AM


  4. The one thing wrong with these nominations: No Tilda Swinton and her great film I Am Love. One of the best performances I've ever seen and one gorgeous film. I know it's Portman's to lose this year and she was fine in Black Swan, but Swinton gave a tour de force performance.

    Posted by: Alejandro | Jan 25, 2011 9:33:54 AM


  5. No big suprises, I'd like to see Colin Firth or James Franco getting the award. Others, well let the show have at least some suprises.
    Oh, and of course we'll see James F all night long (here in Europe). All the best to him.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jan 25, 2011 9:51:29 AM


  6. Life isn't fair, and neither--especially--are the Oscars, ESPECIALLY with regards to Best Picture. Never forget that. (Those of us who went into shock in February 2006 certainly can't.)

    Posted by: Dback | Jan 25, 2011 10:26:06 AM


  7. What about Hailee Steinfeld from True Grit? I know she's young, and this was her first big role, but I thought it was an absolutely phenomenal performance

    Posted by: Phil | Jan 25, 2011 10:46:18 AM


  8. Same thing happened last year with UP, Adam--and with the ten nominee format, expect Pixar to have a nearly annual appearance in the Best Picture category.

    No big surprises here, except Nolan's exclusion for directing Inception, which is not even that big a surprise.

    The disappointments:
    - No Gosling in Best Actor for Blue Valentine
    - Neither Black Swan woman gets into the Supporting Actress category (I love the Weaver nomination though)
    - Hereafter's fricking tidal wave got it a nomination for effects
    - I would list Swinton here, but I never thought she had a shot, so I'm not "disappointed." With this and last year's Julia, though, she's building up quite a resume of snubbed performances.

    The joys:
    - I Am Love in the costume category
    - Michelle Williams in Best Actress
    - Javier Bardem in Best Actor
    - Hailee Steinfeld has a legit shot at the first kiddy win since Anna Pacquin, and she'd be their most deserving kid winner ever it if she gets it

    Posted by: AdamA | Jan 25, 2011 10:58:02 AM


  9. The Kids Are Alright was a dumb movie, stupid premise, dyke discovers she likes cock, what originality! Benning was at least amusing in the dinner scene when she goes off on that couple but that was about it.

    No, King's Speech and Social Contract are superior in every way and far more interesting.

    Why is the current gay cinema so horrible? Fran Lebowitz must be right when she says Aids wiped out all the talent.

    But I suppose Hollywood will continue to pump out this kind of gay crap when its fashionable for au courant actors to play gay characters.

    TransAmerica and of the course the immortal Brokeback are in a class by themselves. First class American cinema on gay themes can be done and hopefully will done again.

    Posted by: cupcakes | Jan 25, 2011 11:22:39 AM


  10. Please tell me how you can take the best actress category serious when Kim Hye Ja from the Korean film 'Mother' wasn't nominated? The Los Angeles Film Critic's voted her the best actress so I was hoping she would get nominated.

    Any film buff who loves great acting needs to see this movie. Please after seeing it tell me if Kim Hye Ja wasn't robbed. And for Weon Bin in the same movie to be overlooked is just a shame.

    I thought the tide had changed with foreign actors and actress getting nominated. Excluding the English it was nice to see Javier Bardem but to ignor Kim Hye Ja makes no sense.

    Film buffs, please see this movie for the acting alone and let me know if you think Kim Hye Ja was robbed.

    Posted by: Dawson | Jan 25, 2011 11:23:27 AM


  11. Really glad to see Jennifer Lawrence was nominated for Winter's Bone. I'm betting that Portman will get it but I'm ok with that.

    Posted by: Toto | Jan 25, 2011 11:25:41 AM


  12. I've seen them all but 127 Hours and Winter's Bone and don't believe most I've seen rating a nomination. The King's Speech should take the night. Both Colin Firth and especially Helen Bonham Carter deserve the nod. Carter was superb. I thought Black Swan was a yawner along with True Grit, Inception (which you couldn't follow), The Fighter (just another poor fight film), The Social Network was a complete joke, Toy Story was okay but certainly nothing to write home about. The Kids... should have had two lesbian actresses instead of Moore and Benning - then it would have been a really good film.

    They sure passed up a lot of other great films and actors but then, the Academy has never been the brightest bulb in Hollywood.

    Posted by: OS2Guy | Jan 25, 2011 11:27:31 AM


  13. "I thought Black Swan was a yawner along with True Grit, Inception (which you couldn't follow), The Fighter (just another poor fight film), The Social Network was a complete joke, Toy Story was okay but certainly nothing to write home about."

    That is literally the silliest sentence on the Internete. You can just HEAR the pooh-poohing.

    Posted by: Gregoire | Jan 25, 2011 12:26:29 PM


  14. I agree with the person above who said the actress in "Mother" was overlooked. She was incredible, unfortunately it was a "small" foreign-language film that very few people saw. But it was a great film and she was great in it!

    Posted by: Hank | Jan 25, 2011 1:10:24 PM


  15. I don't know why all the praise and glory is going to Anette Betting for The Kids are Alright -- don't get me wrong, she was great, but Julianne Moore was every bit as good in that film, IMO. I just watched it for the first time over the weekend -- I don't think Moore had the 'easier' role at all. They were both pretty tough.

    All in all, though, it was definitely one of the best movies of the year.

    I'm a little upset that The Town was snubbed, too. I honestly think that's one of the best 3-4 movies of the entire year, and could have been my personal favorite. Yeah, it was more of a thriller than artsy drama, but the movie was just about perfect in every way, and harkened back to the days when Hollywood studios built their action-packed thrillers around mounting tension and the use of key use (but not over use) of effects for the films -- not special effects, but real effects.

    Hopefully, the movie did well enough that it spurs on more like it, though. I'm enjoying being able to watch movies like Taken, The Town and Unstoppable again -- just good, high-quality movies that don't use special effects. I'm sick of ridiculous special effects for scenes that go between silly to horrifically unrealistic.

    ---

    My pick for Best Picture of the remaining films has to be The Social Network. The King's Speech was great -- and Colin Firth should win -- but it really doesn't stack up to The Social Network as a full package film. It's a lot more derivative than The Social Network, for starters.

    Posted by: Ryan | Jan 25, 2011 1:55:33 PM


  16. The King's Speech will sweep because it's an English period piece. The Oscars love that.

    Posted by: taylor | Jan 25, 2011 1:57:59 PM


  17. Lay off Toy Story 3 those of you questioning it. It was a film written for family audiences that dealt with loss, grief and the very human ability to reinvent oneself even when it seems like the most difficult option. It was a total tour de force.

    Pixar's last 3 movies have been so emotionally dense they deserve to win some kind of award for consistency.

    Posted by: JP | Jan 25, 2011 5:46:30 PM


  18. It's not fair to nominate "ToyStory 3" in two categories. (and actually "How To Tame A Dragon" is a better animated film)

    Posted by: jaragon | Jan 25, 2011 6:08:40 PM


  19. I've got some catching up to do, but I'm just glad to see nobody shedding a tear about the Mila Kunis 'snub' - I thought she did ok but I also thought she should've considered herself lucky to get a Golden Globe nomination for that.

    Posted by: antisaint | Jan 25, 2011 6:21:32 PM


  20. randy newman nominated omg this oscar sounds different!!!omg i'm so excited...to see paint dry

    Posted by: sal | Jan 25, 2011 6:42:52 PM


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