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>> For performance by an actor in a leading role.>> Academy Award nominations out Tuesday. And before we get to all the favorites, like The Shape of Water, which led with 13 nods, let's talk about the happy surprises and notable snubs. Like Jordan Peele, only the fifth black director ever nominated.
For the very un-Oscar like thriller, Get Out and the first to land three nominations including Original Screenplay and Best Picture. Peele's reaction on Twitter? Familiar to Get Out fans. And Greta Gerwig, just the fifth woman nominated for Best Director with Lady Bird, also a Best Picture contender.
>> In New York, or at least Connecticut,
].>> How in the world did I raise such a snob?>> On the flip side, award season darling James Franco, a Golden Globe winner for The Disaster Artist, was notably passed over by the Oscars. Tuesday's nominations coming after he was accused of sexual harassment by several women.
>> Daniel Day-Lewis in Phantom Thread.>> As for some old stand bys->> Will you have dinner with me?>> Daniel Day-Lewis earned his sixth nomination for best actor. He holds the record for most wins in the category with three.>> Meryl Streep and Frances McDormand return again to the Best Actress list.
Streep's record number of nominations now at 21, if you're scoring at home.>> Do you have the papers?>> Lots of nods for McDormand's Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.>> My daughter Angela was murdered.>> As well as the World War II drama, Dunkirk. The 90th Academy Award Ceremony hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, airs March 4th.