Closer Look at the Oscar Nominees

ABC's Chris Connelly breaks down which stars shined and which got snubbed.
1:43 | 01/24/12

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If you are not out for the Oscar nominations on the West Coast have a clear ABC's Chris -- a scare. For the latest on who is -- in the race for gold -- an exciting morning absolutely -- and soon films that celebrate old school moviemaking. Take -- a total of -- one spanking new Oscar nominations. -- And Martin Scorsese's Hugo led the way with eleven nominations for the black and white silent film the artist earns ten and -- help -- four. There -- three of the nine films that will vie for best picture films like war horse midnight in Paris money ball extremely loud and incredibly close to the tree of life and the descendants. Two of the sexiest man alive George Clooney and Brad Pitt are best actor nominees alongside the artists John -- -- Gary Oldman and newcomer -- -- -- No love for Leonardo DiCaprio can best actress Meryl Streep scores -- record seventeenth nomination. This time shall take on co favorite Viola Davis from the help Michelle Williams scores for my week with -- Along with Glenn Close and that girl with the dragon tattoo Rooney Mara. As expected Christopher Plummer leads the supporting actor category up against McNulty next -- -- -- Kenneth -- And Jonah Hill who scored his first nod for his turn in money ball. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In the supporting actress category Octavia Spencer and Jessica chest -- both from the help. Go up against bear any space show -- tear and comic actress Melissa McCarthy. For bridesmaids. On a morning when only -- either dog was left out from the artist. Guess the academy just doesn't know Jack. Reflected in his nine years old which means in the way that Hollywood likes to keep track of -- -- he's mature looking 28 year old.

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