All The 2017 Oscar Nominees Revealed

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[UPDATE] The nominee announcement show has now ended.

Best Picture nominees include Arrival, Fences, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell or High Water, Hidden Figures, La La Land, Lion, Manchester by the Sea, and Moonlight. Best Actor nods went to Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge), Ryan Gosling (La La Land), Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic), and Denzel Washington (Fences). Best Actress nominees this year include Isabelle Hupper (Elle), Ruth Negga (Loving), Natalie Portman (Jackie), Emma Stone (La La Land), and Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins).

Overall, La La Land picked up 14 nominations to the lead the pack. According to Entertainment Weekly, that ties it with Titanic and All About Eve for the most nominations in the show's 89 years of existence. Moonlight and Arrival received eight nominations each, while Manchester by the Sea, Hacksaw Ridge, and Lion picked up six nominations each.

You can see a full rundown of categories and nominees below. The 89th Academy Awards take place on Sunday, February 26.

89th Academy Awards Nominees

As rounded up and compiled by Entertainment Weekly

Best Picture

Arrival

Fences

Hacksaw Ridge

Hell or High Water

Hidden Figures

La La Land

Lion

Manchester by the Sea

Moonlight

Best Actor

Casey Affleck -- Manchester by the Sea

Andrew Garfield -- Hacksaw Ridge

Ryan Gosling -- La La Land

Viggo Mortensen -- Captain Fantastic

Denzel Washington -- Fences

Best Supporting Actor

Mahershala Ali -- Moonlight

Jeff Bridges -- Hell or High Water

Lucas Hedges -- Manchester by the Sea

Dev Patel -- Lion

Michael Shannon -- Nocturnal Animals

Best Actress

Isabelle Huppert -- Elle

Ruth Negga -- Loving

Natalie Portman -- Jackie

Emma Stone -- La La Land

Meryl Streep -- Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Supporting Actress

Viola Davis -- Fences

Naomie Harris -- Moonlight

Nicole Kidman -- Lion

Octavia Spencer -- Hidden Figures

Michelle Williams -- Manchester by the Sea

Best Director

Denis Villeneuve -- Arrival

Mel Gibson -- Hacksaw Ridge

Damien Chazelle -- La La Land

Kenneth Lonergan -- Manchester by the Sea

Barry Jenkins -- Moonlight

Best Adapted Screenplay

Arrival

Fences

Hidden Figures

Lion

Moonlight

Best Original Screenplay

Hell or High Water

La La Land

The Lobster

Manchester by the Sea

20th Century Women

Best Animated Feature

Kubo and the Two Strings

Moana

My Life as a Zucchini

The Red Turtle

Zootopia

Best Film Editing

Arrival

Hacksaw Ridge

Hell or High Water

La La Land

Moonlight

Best Animated Short

Blind Vaysha

Borrowed Time

Pear Cider and Cigarettes

Pearl

Piper

Best Documentary Feature

Fire at Sea

I Am Not Your Negro

Life Animated

O.J.: Made in America

13th

Best Foreign Language Film

Land of Mine

A Man Called Ove

The Salesman

Tanna

Toni Erdmann

Best Original Score

Jackie

La La Land

Lion

Moonlight

Passengers

Best Original Song

"Audition (The Fools Who Dream)," -- La La Land

"City of Stars" -- La La Land

"Can't Stop the Feeling," -- Trolls

"The Empty Chair," -- Jim: The James Foley Story

"How Far I'll Go," -- Moana

Best Cinematography

Arrival

La La Land

Lion

Moonlight

Silence

Best Production Design

Arrival

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Hail, Caesar!

La La Land

Passengers

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

A Man Called Ove

Star Trek Beyond

Suicide Squad

Best Costume Design

Allied

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Florence Foster Jenkins

Jackie

La La Land

Best Visual Effects

Deepwater Horizon

Doctor Strange

The Jungle Book

Kubo and the Two Strings

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Best Sound Editing

Arrival

Deepwater Horizon

Hacksaw Ridge

La La Land

Sully

Best Sound Mixing

Arrival

Hacksaw Ridge

La La Land

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

Best Documentary Short

Extremis

4.1 Miles

Joe’s Violin

Watani: My Homeland

The White Helmets

Best Live Action Short

Ennemis Intérieurs

La Femme et le TGV

Silent Nights

Sing

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It's a big day in the movie world, as the nominees for the 89th Academy Awards will be announced this morning. This will happen as part of a livestream broadcast that begins at 5:18 AM PT / 8:18 AM ET / 1:18 PM GMT.

We will update this post with all the categories and nominees when they are announced.

The actual awards show, which is hosted by comedian and late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel, takes place in Hollywood on February 26.

Last year's Best Picture winner was the Boston-set drama Spotlight. Which movies do you think deserve recognition this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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TheBigBadGRIM

No Deadpool nominations? Seriously? That guy did a grand slam performance.

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gamingdevil800

Oh so they are still racist? LOL (joke)

But yh Them old bastards will never understand how good deadpool was.

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sakaiXx

Sucks that Your name is not on foreign or in animation category. The movie was amazing

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calstatebadboy

Split is film of the year

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no award show is real....the studios pay for nominees/winners why do you think ricky gervais jokes work so well, because people in hollyweird know hes telling the truth

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LiveDreamPlay

@haze0986: That's the proof you back up your statement with? Because Ricky Gervais' jokes work? They work because they're funny. He also said that he shoves the trophies he won up his ass and everyone laughed, you probably assume he's doing that too, right?