The 87th annual Academy Award nominations were announced early Thursday morning in Los Angeles.
While "Birdman" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" led with nine nominations, people are up in arms over the absence of "The Lego Movie" from the category of best animated feature film.
Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, and Amy Adams are among the stars we surprisingly won't be seeing at the Oscars on Feb. 22.
SNUB: Amy Adams just won the Golden Globe for her role in "Big Eyes," but she didn't even get nominated for the Oscar.
SURPRISE: Only 8 of the 10 Best Picture spots were filled. Apparently the Academy didn't think any other films were worthy.
SNUB: Twitter was up in arms after "The Lego Movie" failed to get a nod for best animated feature film. The movie made over $468 million worldwide at the box office and was the first hit film of 2014.
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