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  1. That's all folks!

    Thanks for joining us on this momentous day in the film awards calendar. We can't wait until the Oscars on 26 February to find out who the winners are!

    Scroll down to see how the nominations unfolded and reaction from some of the nominees. 

    While you're here, why not check out our main story and see the full list of lucky nominees.

    And if you want to know more about the talented crop, take a look at our profiles on best film, best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress.

    So dust down your tuxes and evening gowns and we'll see you on the big night.

    So long!

  2. Have a listen to the best song nominees

    If you like a bit of a sing song, we've put together the five tunes hoping for Oscar glory. Turn your speakers on.

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    Video caption: Ryan Gosling vs Justin Timberlake for best song Oscar
  3. Apology over Adams and Hanks error

    The Hollywood Reporter

    ABC Digital have apologised after Amy Adams and Tom Hanks were mistakenly listed as nominees on the Oscars website.

    "This morning, in an attempt to release breaking news as announced, ABC Digital briefly posted inaccurate information on the website," it said in a statement.

    "The nominees announced by the Academy on Twitter were accurate. ABC quickly identified and corrected the errors. We apologise to the Academy, press and fans for any confusion."

    Let's hope Amy and Tom are in a forgiving mood!

    Read more on this story.

  4. Shocks, snubs and surprises

    Lizo Mzimba

    Entertainment correspondent


    Every year there are a few Oscar nomination shocks. And today was no exception. 

    Perhaps the most unexpected was Amy Adams who’s been nominated five times in the past. Her performance in Arrival has already been recognised with nominations from the Screen Actors Guild, the Golden Globes and Bafta. 

    But the Academy has surprisingly decided not to nominate her for a sixth time. Although Arrival, which is very much centred around her performance, did pick up eight nominations including best picture.

    In the supporting actor category many expected Hugh Grant to pick up his first Oscar nod for his much praised performance in Florence Foster Jenkins after nominations from Bafta and the Golden Globes. And after his win at the Golden Globes win for Nocturnal Animals Aaron Taylor-Johnson was also expected to feature. Instead it’s Michael Shannon from the same film who’s picked up a nomination.

    Finding Dory

    Denzel Washington, a long-time Academy favourite, missed out on a director nomination for Fences (although he did get a best acting nomination). While Mel Gibson, who’s not had an uncontroversial few years, has been symbolically welcomed back to the Oscar family with his nomination for directing Hacksaw Ridge.

    For many the best superhero film of the year was the hugely successful Deadpool - but it failed to pick up a single nomination. While the critically derided Suicide Squad did get one for make-up and hairstyling.

    And the often triumphant Pixar who’ve won the animation category Oscar on eight previous occasions will have to sit out this year’s ceremony after the billion dollar grossing sequel Finding Dory failed to land a nomination from the Academy.

  5. Uh-oh

    Poor Tom Hanks was mistakenly included in the list of best actor nominees on the Oscars official website, as was Arrival's Amy Adams in the best actress list.

    The pair were two of the big surprise omissions this year, which perhaps explains the mistake. The names have since been removed but not before somebody took a screengrab.

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  6. Oscar nominations: Reaction

    Not everyone is thrilled with La La Land's 14 nominations. Here's what some of you have been telling us:

  7. Emma Stone: 'So grateful'

    Emma Stone
    Quote Message: What a morning. I am so grateful for this honour and I'm so happy to share this feeling with my La La Land family. The greatest part of life is connecting with people, and I love the deeply talented, kind and passionate people I was lucky enough to work with on this movie.
    Quote Message: I'm also overjoyed that the movie has connected with audiences in the way it has, and that it's hopefully bringing a kick in their step to those who watch it. This is beyond any of our wildest imaginings and we can't wait to celebrate together.
  8. Let's hear it for the boys

    Find out more about the best actor nominees with our handy guide.

    Oscars 2017: Best actor nominees

    Denzel Washington

    A look at the best actor nominees for the 89th Academy Awards on 26 February 2017.

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  9. Nicole Kidman: Woo hoo!


    Nicole Kidman scored her fourth Oscar nod for her role in Lion - telling the true story of a couple who adopt a young boy Saroo, who later tries to find his family in India.

    Quote Message: I want to thank the Academy for all of the acknowledgements you have given this heartfelt film. But, most importantly, I want to thank the Brierley family for putting themselves in such a vulnerable place and sharing their story with the world. And thanks to Garth Davis for putting his heart and soul into all of us. Woo hoo!
  10. And your leading ladies are...

    Catch up on who is in the running for best actress.

    Oscars 2017: Best actress nominees

    Ruth Negga in Loving

    A look at the best actress nominees for the 89th Academy Awards on 26 February 2017.

    Read more
  11. What could win best picture?

    Here's a look at all the nominees, including what the critics thought of them.

    Bluff your way through this year's Oscars


    Not seen the films up for the best picture Oscar? Let this guide bring you up to speed.

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  12. Could La La Land win all of its 14 nominations on the night?

    Lizo Mzimba

    Entertainment correspondent

    La La Land

    Well, as it has two nominations in one category, best original song, the answer would appear to be no.

    But, if there was a tie for first place in that category between both of La La Land’s entries, then it would be awarded two Oscars in that one category.

    So mathematically it is possible, and it does happen.

    Barbra Streisand and Katharine Hepburn tied for best actress in 1969. And as recently as 2013, Skyfall and Zero Dark Thirty shared the best sound editing award.

    So while it’s highly unlikely, it’s not totally impossible that La La Land could sweep all 14 awards next month.

  13. Naomie Harris: I am over the moon

    Naomie Harris
    Quote Message: I really cannot believe this. I heard the news from my brother because I was too terrified to listen to the nominations. I couldn't be more thrilled that the movie has been nominated in so many categories, it's so unexpected. It was a [role] I initially turned down, so this is quite a result!
  14. Oscars not so white

    Octavia Spencer

    There are non-white actors in each of this year's acting categories - Mahershala Ali (best supporting actor for Moonlight), Dev Patel (best supporting actor for Lion), Denzel Washington (best actor for Fences), Ruth Negga (best actress for Loving), Viola Davis (best supporting actress for Fences), Naomie Harris (best supporting actress for Moonlight) and Octavia Spencer (best supporting actress for Hidden Figures).

    Joi McMillon has also become the first black woman to be nominated for film editing for her work on Moonlight.

    Non-white nominees for acting awards at the Oscars