Scarlett Johansson's got a sultry voice, but unfortunately that's not going to nab her any Golden Globes consideration.
The 29-year-old actress is earning major plaudits from critics for playing "Samantha," a computer-generated operating system whom Joaquin Phoenix falls for in the upcoming sci-fi romantic drama, Her.
But unfortunately, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which hosts the Golden Globe Awards, has deemed her ineligible for a Best Supporting Actress nomination because she doesn't appear in the movie.
Per The Wrap, that's because the folks behind the Globes have strict rules that bar voice performances.
The good news for Johansson however: her turn in Her is still in the running when it comes to the Academy Awards as well as the Screen Actors Guild Awards as they're more lenient when it comes to such matters.
ScarJo, who replaced Samatha Morton in the HAL 9000-like part after filming finished, has garnered raves for her work.
Time magazine critic Richard Corliss, for instance, called her "seductive and winning" and the turn nabbed Johansson Best Actress at the Rome Film Festival earlier this month.
A source for Warner Bros. confirmed to E! News that the studio plans to wage a full-scale lobbying effort on the blonde beauty's behalf for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar along with her costars in all other appropriate categories.
The Spike Jonze-directed Her hits theaters on Dec. 18.
—Reporting by Noelia Murphy