The 2014 Oscar nominations were announced this morning by 'Thor 2' star Chris Hemsworth and Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. So who are the 2014 Oscar nominees? Who were the big surprises and the big snubs? Find out!

'American Hustle' and 'Gravity' were the big winners with 10 total nominations each. '12 Years a Slave' followed closely behind with 9 nominations and 'Captain Phillips' and 'Nebraska' were tied with 6 each. Notable snubs include Robert Redford, once thought to be the favorite to win the Best Actor trophy for 'All is Lost,' and Tom Hanks, each of which were left out of the Best Actor race (not a good year for guys on boats, apparently). Paul Greengrass was also not nominated as Best Director, replaced instead by Alexander Payne for 'Nebraska.' Oprah Winfrey, who was campaigning for her supporting role in 'The Butler,' was left out in favor of her friends Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts. Pixar was not nominated for 'Monsters University,' the second time in three years the once dominant studio hasn't been nominated in the Best Animated Feature category.

In happier news, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence were first two actors to ever be nominated for back-to-back Oscars for the same two films (last year for 'Silver Linings Playbook' and this year for 'American Hustle'). And, 'American Hustle' scored nominations in all four acting categories a year after 'Silver Linings Playbook' did the same (prior to that it hadn't been done in over 30 years).

'Her' scored a surprising 4 nominations including a surprise for "The Moon Song" written by director Spike Jonze and Karen O. of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. After taking over The Emmys, Netflix was nominated for their first ever Oscar for the documentary 'The Square.'

This year is Amy Adams fifth Oscar nomination in eight years, which is pretty remarkable (she was previously nominated for 'Junebug,' 'Doubt,' 'The Master' and 'The Fighter'). Even more remarkable, maybe, is that she's never won. And, speaking of people who've never won, Roger Deakens, cinematographer extraordinaire, was nominated for the 11th time for 'Prisoners.' We hope this would be the year Deakens finally wins, but that seems unlikely (we're looking at you, Emmanuel Lubezki).

In other weird news, 'The Lone Ranger' widely panned at theaters this summer, got as many nominations as 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' which hundreds of critics put on their Best Movies of 2013 list. And, something you probably didn't expect: 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' is now an Oscar-nominated film and has the same amount of nominations as 'Saving Mr. Banks.' So...

The 2014 Oscar nominations were broadcast from Los Angeles and if you missed it live, you can watch a full replay using the YouTube player below. Hemsworth and Isaacs only revealed the nominees in the major categories so make sure to check below to see the full list of 2014 Oscar nominees!

The 2014 Oscars will air on March 2 and 7pm EST on ABC with host Ellen DeGeneres.

Best Actor
Matthew McConaughey, 'Dallas Buyers Club'
Chiwetel Ejoifor, '12 Years a Slave'
Bruce Dern, 'Nebraska'
Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Christian Bale, 'American Hustle'

Best Actress
Amy Adams, 'American Hustle'
Cate Blanchett, 'Blue Jasmine'
Sandra Bullock, 'Gravity'
Judi Dench, 'Philomena'
Meryl Streep, 'August: Osage County'

Best Supporting Actor
Jared Leto, 'Dallas Buyers Club'
Jonah Hill, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Barkhad Abdi, 'Captain Phillips'
Michael Fassbender, '12 Years a Slave'
Bradley Cooper, 'American Hustle'

Best Supporting Actress
Lupita Nyong'o, '12 Years a Slave'
Jennifer Lawrence, 'American Hustle'
June Squibb, 'Nebraska'
Julia Roberts, 'August: Osage County'
Sally Hawkins, 'Blue Jasmine'

Best Director
Alfonso Cuaron, 'Gravity'
David O. Russell, 'American Hustle'
Steve McQueen, '12 Years a Slave'
Martin Scorsese, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Alexander Payne, 'Nebraska'

Best Original Screenplay
Spike Jonze, 'Her'
Eric Singer and David O. Russell, 'American Hustle'
Bob Nelson, 'Nebraska'
Woody Allen, 'Blue Jasmine'
Craig Borten, Melisa Wallack 'Dallas Buyers Club'

Best Adapted Screenplay
John Ridley, '12 Years a Slave'
Terrence Winter, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Steve Coogan, 'Philomena'
Billy Ray, 'Captain Phillips'
Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, 'Before Midnight'

Best Animated Feature
'The Croods'
'Despicable Me 2'
'The Wind Rises'
'Ernest and Celestine'

Best Foreign Film
'The Great Beauty'
'Broken Circle Breakdown'
'The Hunt'
'The Missing Picture'

Best Documentary Feature
'The Act of Killing'
'Cutie and the Boxer'
'Dirty Wars'
'The Square'
'20 Feet from Stardom'

Best Cinematography
Philippe Le Sourd, 'The Grandmaster'
Emmanuel Lubezki, 'Gravity'
Bruno Delbonnel, 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
Phedon Papamichael, 'Nebraska'
Roger Deakens, 'Prisoners'

Best Production Design
'12 Years a Slave'
'The Great Gatsby'
'American Hustle'

Best Original Song
"Let It Go," 'Frozen'
"Ordinary Love," 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'
"Happy," 'Despicable Me 2'
"Alone Yet Not Alone,' 'Alone Yet Not Alone'
"The Moon Song," 'Her'

Best Documentary Short
'Facing Fear'
'Karama has No Walls'
'The Lady in Number 6'
'Prison Terminal'

Best Live Action Short
'Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn't Me)'
'Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just Before Losing Everything)'
'Pitääkö Mun Kaikki Hoitaa? (Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?)'
'The Voorman Problem'

Best Costume Design
'American Hustle'
'The Grandmaster'
'The Great Gatsby'
'The Invisible Woman'
'12 Years a Slave'

Best Editing
'American Hustle'
'12 Years a Slave'
'Captain Phillips'
'Dallas Buyers Club'

Best Makeup and Hairstyling
'The Lone Ranger'
'Dallas Buyers Club'
'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa'

Best Original Score
'12 Years a Slave'
'All is Lost'
'The Book Thief'
'Captain Phillips'
'Saving Mr. Banks'

Best Sound Editing
'All is Lost'
'Captain Phillips'
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'
'Lone Survivor'

Best Sound Mixing
'Captain Phillips'
'Inside Llewyn Davis'
'Lone Survivor'
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'

Best Visual Effects
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'
'Iron Man 3'
'The Lone Ranger'
'Star Trek Into Darkness'

Best Animated Short
'Get a Horse'
'Mr. Hublot'
'Room on the Broom'

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