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2013 Academy Award Nominations

Posted January 10, 2013 02:07 PM by Webmaster

OscarsSteven Spielberg's Lincoln led the pack with twelve nods this morning when the 85th Annual Academy Awards nominations were announced by Emma Stone and Seth McFarlane. Ang Lee's The Life of Pi came in a close second with eleven, while Silver Linings Playbook, Les Miserables, Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Django Unchained also made impressive showings.

Many of the nominated films are either already available on Blu-ray or already available for pre-order, and many more are on the way. The nominations break down as follows:

    Best Picture

    • Amour
    • Argo
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild
    • Django Unchained
    • Les Misérables
    • Life of Pi
    • Lincoln
    • Silver Linings Playbook
    • Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Director

    • Amour, Michael Haneke
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild, Benh Zeitlin
    • Life of Pi, Ang Lee
    • Lincoln, Steven Spielberg
    • Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell

    Best Actor

    • Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
    • Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables
    • Joaquin Phoenix, The Master
    • Denzel Washington, Flight

    Best Actress

    • Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty
    • Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Emmanuelle Riva, Amour
    • Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild
    • Naomi Watts, The Impossible

    Best Supporting Actor

    • Alan Arkin, Argo
    • Robert De Niro, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Master
    • Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
    • Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained

    Best Supporting Actress

    • Amy Adams, The Master
    • Sally Field, Lincoln
    • Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables
    • Helen Hunt, The Sessions
    • Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook

    Best Cinematography

    • Anna Karenina, Seamus McGarvey
    • Django Unchained, Robert Richardson
    • Life of Pi, Claudio Miranda
    • Lincoln, Janusz Kaminski
    • Skyfall, Roger Deakins

    Best Editing

    • Argo, William Goldenberg
    • Life of Pi, Tim Squyres
    • Lincoln, Michael Kahn
    • Silver Linings Playbook, Jay Cassiday and Crispin Struthers
    • Zero Dark Thirty, Dylan Tichenor and William Goldenberg

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    • Argo, Chris Terrio
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild, Lucy Alibar and Benh Zeitlin
    • Life of Pi, David Magee
    • Lincoln, Tony Kushner
    • Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell

    Best Original Screenplay

    • Amour, Michael Haneke
    • Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino
    • Flight, John Gatins
    • Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola
    • Zero Dark Thirty, Mark Boal

    Best Foreign Language Film

    • Amour, Austria
    • Kon-Tiki, Norway
    • No, Chile
    • A Royal Affair, Denmark
    • War Witch, Canada

    Best Animated Feature Film

    • Brave
    • Frankenweenie
    • ParaNorman
    • The Pirates! Band of Misfits
    • Wreck-It Ralph

    Best Documentary Feature

    • 5 Broken Cameras
    • The Gatekeepers
    • How to Survive a Plague
    • The Invisible War
    • Searching for Sugar Man

    Best Documentary Short Subject

    • Inocente, Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine
    • Kings Point, Sari Gilman and Jedd Wider
    • Mondays at Racine, Cynthia Wade and Robin Honan
    • Open Heart, Kief Davidson and Cori Shepherd Stern
    • Redemption, Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill

    Best Costume Design

    • Anna Karenina, Jacqueline Durran
    • Les Misérables, Paco Delgado
    • Lincoln, Joanna Johnston
    • Mirror Mirror, Eiko Ishioka
    • Snow White and the Huntsman, Colleen Atwood

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling

    • Hitchcock, Howard Berger, Peter Montagna and Martin Samuel
    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Peter Swords King, Rick Findlater and Tami Lane
    • Les Misérables, Lisa Westcott and Julie Dartnell

    Best Production Design

    • Anna Karenina
    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    • Les Misérables
    • Life of Pi
    • Lincoln

    Best Original Score

    • Anna Karenina, Dario Marianelli
    • Argo, Alexandre Desplat
    • Life of Pi, Mychael Danna
    • Lincoln, John Williams
    • Skyfall, Thomas Newman

    Best Original Song

    • "Before My Time" from Chasing Ice, music and lyric by J. Ralph
    • "Everybody Needs A Best Friend" from Ted, music by Walter Murphy, lyric by Seth MacFarlane
    • "Pi's Lullaby" from Life of Pi, music by Mychael Danna, lyric by Bombay Jayashri
    • "Skyfall" from Skyfall, music and lyric by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth
    • "Suddenly" from Les Misérables, music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, lyric by Herbert Kretzmer and Alain Boublil

    Best Animated Short Film

    • Adam and Dog, Minkyu Lee
    • Fresh Guacamole, PES
    • Head over Heels, Timothy Reckart and Fodhla Cronin O'Reilly
    • Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare, David Silverman
    • Paperman, John Kahrs

    Best Live Action Short Film

    • Asad, Bryan Buckley and Mino Jarjoura
    • Buzkashi Boys, Sam French and Ariel Nasr
    • Curfew, Shawn Christensen
    • Death of a Shadow, Tom Van Avermaet and Ellen De Waele
    • Henry, Yan England

    Best Sound Editing

    • Argo
    • Django Unchained
    • Life of Pi
    • Skyfall
    • Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Sound Mixing

    • Argo
    • Les Misérables
    • Life of Pi
    • Lincoln
    • Skyfall

    Best Visual Effects

    • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    • Life of Pi
    • Marvel's The Avengers
    • Prometheus
    • Snow White and the Huntsman




















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News comments (49 comments)


nathanp
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Affleck and Bigelow not getting nominated for Director is a pretty huge disgrace, other than that and Hawkes not being up for Actor, the nominees are fairly accurate. I get the feeling that if Spielberg wins it'll be one of those "sorry you didn't win for much better films than this, but here you go" type of things.

biehn1
 - Jan 10, 2013

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It's too bad that The Grey was released at the beginning of 2012. The movie was far better than 4 of those on the list for Best Picture and Liam Neeson gave an incredible and totally Oscar worthy performance. Of course the "Academy" wouldn't look at that since it's not released in the last 6 months. Sorry Liam, you rocked it. I noticed.

mredman
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Leo and Tarantino got snubbed yet again

startrekkin58
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Having seen Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln, and Les Mis, I think it'll be an extremely tough race and am really looking forward to see the results. All the actors in those movies did a fantastic job.

blu-mike
 - Jan 10, 2013

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They should of replaced Amour with Skyfall. artisy fartsy movies suck.

nathanp
 - Jan 10, 2013

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The funny thing is that somewhere right now Lindsay Lohan thinks she got snubbed for Liz and Dick, almost guarantee it.

digestion
 - Jan 10, 2013

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I would have liked to see The Master get a best picture nomination and Jack Black get a best actor nomination for Bernie. He's so great in that.

lemonski
 - Jan 10, 2013

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biehn1: Agree with you 100%, The Grey is fantastic

spawningblue
 - Jan 10, 2013

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What is so great about Silver Linings? I'm actually curious as I haven't seen it but from all the trailers and TV spots it looked really generic starring two okay actors. And I have never even heard of Amour, probably just not my type of film. Still need to see Django but right now I am rooting for Argo. Great and extremely tense film. I don't see it winning any of the big awards but I hope it at least takes home the Editing award. Disappointed to see Affleck not up for Director though. He has done three great movies in a row, I think he has proven himself.

PBateman87
 - Jan 10, 2013

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The Master and Moonrise Kingdom got snubbed on several major awards.

go_wrench
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Sad to see no love of Moonrise Kingdom and Safety Not Guaranteed. Sad, but not surprised.
Best picture race comes down to Lincoln and Silver Linings Playbook for me, though I'd LOVE to see either Argo or Django play spoiler.

dmarvin
 - Jan 10, 2013

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I'll say it: Lincoln is a great movie. It has the box office to prove the public agrees (close to $150 mil and will shoot up further with these nominations) and enough critical notices to definitely be considered critically acclaimed (on the website that compiles all the critics' top 10 lists it sits at #5). Not a popcorn flick, but a positive and powerful film nonetheless with a tour-de-force performance by one of the greatest actors who ever lived.

spawning - Amour is a foreign film. Not even certain it has come to arthous theaters in the states yet, but I look forward to being able to see it. It's been a long time since a foreign film has been showered with that much Oscar nomination love.

Network23
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Agreed P.T. Anderson and Wes Anderson Got snubbed big time. I really dont like this 10 film nomination thing. Its really just 5 serious contenders, and 5 more public pleasing films to list just to make you come and watch the show and think they really have a chance to win

dmarvin
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Network23 - It isn't 10 nominations guaranteed. Last year they switched it so it could be anywhere between 5 and 10 nominees. So far, it has been 9 both years. Each film must garner at least 5% of the vote to get a BP nomination. But I wish they WOULD go back to 5 flat. All 5-10 does is cloud the Oscar race.

mitch22
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Glad Joaquin got nominated. It would've been really bad if they snubbed him and his great work for calling the campaigning aspect "bullshit".

Skynet
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Kon-Tiki Norway !!!!!

mreeves83
 - Jan 10, 2013

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boynotorious
 - Jan 10, 2013

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DiCaprio still in line to be the only actor in history to lose a posthumous special award Oscar. Approaching Susan Lucci levels of discontent at this point. Affleck still, very obviously, being blamed for Gigli & Surviving Christmas. The male dominated geezer friendly crowd once agin forgets the woman. Only a huge shock if you have been in a coma for the last 20 years. Bigalow's Hurt Locker was a statement and not a trend it seems. Hawkes got utterly robbed. Sam Jackson gave the best performance in Django, imnsho, robbed. Ezra Miller & Perks Of Being A Wallflower adaption both robbed. Brit Marling for Sound Of My Voice, not even mentioned, robbed. Richard Gere for Arbirage sees a brief flirtation and no payoff, robbed. Zoe Kasdan was all over the place awesome in Ruby Sparks... Ignored altogether, robbed. Frank Langella in Robot & Frank the same, robbed. Only if Roger Deakins finally gets a statue will I forgive all the Skyfall snubs, all robbed. Then again my favorite supporting role of the year was also the product of one of least memorable overall efforts in drivel this year... Here is to you Tom Cruise, Stacey Jaxx rocked my face off. Your a putz of a human being but always seem to bring it when it matters. Les Grossman would be proud.

The good news is that this was such a great year for film overall the list could go on and on... I will take the blatant snubs a bit better considering.

LordRaymond
 - Jan 10, 2013

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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES was snubbed!

FrellingFrakker
 - Jan 10, 2013

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nathanp
 - Jan 10, 2013

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FrellingFrakker - that's what the MTV Movie Awards are for.
Lord Raymond - The Dark Knight Rises was disappointing in many many ways.

brentus
 - Jan 10, 2013

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nathanp - MTV movie awards go way too far the other way and things like Twilight win. There should be awards for people who are "normal" but not teenagers.

schmejap
 - Jan 10, 2013

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FrellingFrakker - There is a significant award for those movies that most of us go to see. It's called millions of dollars in Profit!

Hunk Golden
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Great first post @nathanp.

There were other really good performances in "The Grey" too @biehn1. Frank Grillo and Dallas Roberts were both outstanding. They should've released that movie later in the year. January releases get no love. I can't remember the last winter/spring release other than "Erin Brockovich" (March?) to get attention. It's silly. Maybe they should've re-released it like they did with "End Of Watch" (although it didn't do that movie much good).

Too bad for Affleck. He deserved it. I think Bigelow might've gotten snubbed due to the recent controversy over "Zero Dark." Maybe there's a little "Hurt Locker" backlash too (i.e., you just won the award recently...and...people were pissed about that movie winning). Who knows?

Good post @boynotorious!

I still haven't seen a movie this year that blew me away. I've seen some very good ones. I don't think I've seen a performance that did either. I suppose DDL did in "Lincoln." Tired of hearing about "Beasts." It's sitting here to watch from Netflix, so I'll have to pop it in.

Rainman208
 - Jan 10, 2013

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We need a seperate Acedemy Award series for "regular" movies outside of the Hollywood elite circle. You know a show where average Joe movies like Dark Knight, Avengers, Skyfall or Prometheus and so forth will have a chance. Where is it written in stone that 90+% of Oscars have to be related to Dramas and Documentaries?

CaptainKronos
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Who cares ?! The Oscars are a joke just like the Grammys. 20 years from now nobody will even know most of these movies. True artists rarely receive awards. Stanley Kubrick, Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, and Sergio Leone have never won an Oscar. Steven Spielberg and James Cameron have won , because they know the typical Generic Hollywood Formula the Oscars love. Really, Bradley Cooper nominated for Best Actor. What an insult to so many great performances this year by people that were not nominated !

RBBrittain
 - Jan 10, 2013

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@CaptainKronos: You seem to ignore the writing Oscars, which Welles won for Citizen Kane & Tarantino for Pulp Fiction. (Not to mention Rebecca, the Hitchcock-directed Best Picture winner -- though it almost certainly won only because of David O. Selznick.) And enough people remember the film that beat Citizen Kane for Best Picture (How Green Was My Valley) that it's hitting BD next week.

cizel21
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Best picture is definitely between Argo and ZDT. Im going ZDT all the way! That movie just rocked.

lupinskitten
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Meh -- Lincoln was good, but Les Mis was overrated. It had the potential for greatness, but the directing style killed it for me.

baheidstu
 - Jan 10, 2013

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@CaptainKronos:

Tarantino, Welles & Kubrick HAVE all won competitive Oscars, just not for Best Director. Hitchcock received the Thalberg award too.

Funny how you criticize Spielberg and Cameron winning for formulaic Hollywood movies, while others criticize the Academy for nominating "artsy" films that nobody sees. The Academy is damned if they do and damned if they don't with these awards. People take it so damn personally when a movie they like isn't nominated. So what? It's just an industry awards show, a bigger, flashier, glitzier version of your teenage daughter getting Employee of the Month at Wendy's. True film lovers don't base their decision on what movies are good or not just because somebody involved with its creation was given a gold bauble for their efforts.

dj_intrepid
 - Jan 10, 2013

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misterh27
 - Jan 10, 2013

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kong73
 - Jan 10, 2013

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I wouldn't mind if Pi won best pic but really who cares outside of Hollywood !? You know whats best pic from last year?
Whatever you want it to be!

Mr. Joshua
 - Jan 10, 2013

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No love for The Dark Knight Rises... What a shame...

dj_intrepid
 - Jan 10, 2013

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@misterh27

Argo and Zero Dark Thirty are far from overrated. They are top notch films and deserve all of the kudos they've received.

johnnytf
 - Jan 10, 2013

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It's sad that the academy is rewarding middlebrow mediocrity. The films that truly push the envelope both thematically and stylistically are hardly recognized. For example Lincoln, albeit a good movie, is just that, nothing more, yet it garners 12 nominations while The Master only gets 3. Spielberg got that nomination on name alone. P.T. Anderson, Wes Anderson, Kathryn Bigelow, Tarantino, and Ben Affleck were far more deserving than Spielberg. They place way too much emphasis on period piece epics and dramas and not comedies and action movies. Bernie and Moonrise Kingdom were two of my favorites this year and they were virtually shut out. Nice to see Amour get recognition though.

My top 5 of the year:

Amour
Zero Dark Thirty
Argo
The Master
Moonrise Kingdom

aeric_7734
 - Jan 10, 2013

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How Samsara isn't on that list for best documentary & cinematography is beyond me.

MikeScott
 - Jan 10, 2013

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Such a shame The Perks of Being a Wallflower didn't at least score a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination.

28BlusLater
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BobbyMcGee
 - Jan 11, 2013

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Overall I thought that this was a disappointing year for film.

As for the Oscars, only film I am rooting for is Paranorman.

dirtylemons
 - Jan 11, 2013

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I really hope 'The Master' takes something home. I though for sure it would be a shoo-in for an acting award or two (or three), but looking at the nominees, nothing is sure.

Thenewfury
 - Jan 11, 2013

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Completely agree 28BlusLater! Between Lincoln and Les Miserables were the most overrated films of this year. I guess LM at least wasn't overrated critically. Not one 100 on Metacritic. ("Zero Dark Thirty" has twenty-three 100 votes!) I am seriously surprised they didn't make the "Best Director" category 10 spots. They could of fit Bigelow, Tarantino, Anderston, Paul Anderson, & Affleck. I seriously cannot believe the Director category this year.

PBateman87
 - Jan 11, 2013

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@ dirtylemons

I think Hoffman will take the Supporting Actor award for The Master.

Nepse
 - Jan 11, 2013

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wow, Avengers and Prometheus nominated for an award!

lupinskitten
 - Jan 11, 2013

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I like johnnytf's idea of having a top five for 2012!

Here's mine:
The Hobbit
Anna Karenina
Lincoln
The Dark Knight Rises
Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter (go ahead, judge me)

24lakers
 - Jan 12, 2013

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As someone who has seen all but one of the movies (Beasts of the Southern Wild) nominated for best picture, Silver Linings Playbook was my front runner to win, but after just watching Les Miserables, I might have to change my mind. I can't remember the last time I was in a theater and there was applause throughout the film. The performances were absolutely incredible. Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, and Samantha Barks vocals were amazing. I had no idea the movie would be so gut wrenching and emotional. Nevertheless, it wouldn't surprise me at all if Les Mis wins best picture.

BluOrbit
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@24lakers

It might not surprise YOU if Les Mis wins Best Picture, but it would shock the hell out of me and a lot of other people. The reviews were mixed at best and, without a Best Director nomination, I'd say it's about a 1000-1 shot. Lincoln has as close a lock on Best Picture as can be.

jhop4life
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The nominations aren't too bad. I wish Tarantino, Affleck and Bigelow got nominated for best director but they weren't the worst nominations in recent years though. My personal favorite film of 2012 was Silver Linings Playbook, I cared about everyone and everything in it and though it was quite predictable I enjoyed it more than any other film in 2012.

Sopranogl
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I'm rootin' for "Zero Dark Thirty" -- that movie was BOSS.


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