While some of Hollywood's finest celebrated their Academy Award nominations, others were left in the cold. Find out which celebrities got snubbed by the Oscars.
While some of Hollywood's finest celebrated their Academy Award nominations, others were left in the cold. Find out which celebrities got snubbed by the Oscars this year.
The category for Best Director left several top directors out in the cold. Ben Affleck did not get a nomination for Best Director, even through "Argo" was nominated for Best Picture.
Kathryn Bigelow and Tom Hooper were also left out of the Best Director category. Bigelow was expected to get a nomination for "Zero Dark Thirty" and Hooper was thought to get a nod for "Les Miserables."
Quentin Tarantino was also denied a Best Director nomination for "Django Unchained."
The Best Supporting Actor left many of Hollywood's finest on the outside looking in. Matthew McConaughey was denied a nomination for his role in "Magic Mike."
Leonardo DiCaprio was also not recognized for his role in "Django Unchained."
DiCaprio's "Django Unchained" co-star Samuel L. Jackson was also left out of the nominations.
Marion Cotillard was denied a Best Actress nod for her role in "Rust and Bone."
Helen Mirren was left off of the Best Actress ballot for her role in "Hitchcock."
Javier Bardem was denied an Oscar nomination for his role in "Skyfall."
Richard Gere's hopes of getting a nomination for his role in "Arbitrage" were dashed when he was left off of the ballot.
John Hawkes was left off the ballot for his role in "The Sessions," in which he plays a paralyzed poet.
In the writing categories, "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" was denied a nomination in the Adapted Screen Play category.
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