SURPRISE: Andrea Riseborough, To Leslie
A last-minute bid from her A-list peers has succeeded in getting Riseborough her first Oscar nomination in the Best Actress category for her work in To Leslie.
SURPRISE: Stephanie Hsu, Everything Everywhere All at Once
While it's no surprise to anyone who's actually seen EEAAO, Hsu has been unceremoniously left out of most awards shows this season—but that's no longer the case with her Best Supporting Actress nom.
SNUB: Viola Davis/Lashana Lynch, The Woman King
Davis had picked up several nominations throughout this awards season for her role in The Woman King, but, unfortunately, she and co-star Lynch were both snubbed from the 2023 Oscars, as was the movie entirely.
SNUB: Taylor Swift, Where the Crawdads Sing
Swift's "Carolina" may have received love from the Critics' Choice Awards, Golden Globes and Hollywood Music in Media Awards this year, but she is not in the running for Best Original Song at the Oscars.
SNUB: Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, Babylon
Despite garnering nominations at other ceremonies this season, neither Pitt nor Robbie received nominations for their work in Damien Chazelle's ode to Old Hollywood.
SNUB: Tom Hanks, Elvis
While co-star Austin Butler, who played Elvis Presley, managed to score a nomination, Hanks was noticeably not named in the Best Supporting Actor category for his portrayal of Colonel Tom Parker.
SURPRISE: Paul Mescal, Aftersun
Charlotte Wells' drama proved to be a star vehicle for Mescal, who picked up his first nomination for Best Actor.
SNUB: Tom Cruise, Top Gun: Maverick
While he's still nominated as a producer thanks to the sequel's Best Picture nomination, Cruise himself flew just shy of grabbing his own acting nomination.
SURPRISE: The Sea Beast
The Netflix movie is up for Best Animated Feature Film against Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish and Turning Red.