Transcript for Who Will Be Nominated for an Oscar in 2014?
just ahead and here then with the latest on all the movies and all the names we might be hearing today, it is our movie guru chris connelly, good morning to you, chris. Reporter: Good morning, to you, josh. The big announcement indeed coming up and that means half of hollywood is hoping to snap some overjoyed selfies less than 90 minutes from now while some categories seem super tight this year, at least three films may be looking forward to receiving a fistful of nominations this morning. What! Oh! Bring something into this house that's going to take all the nutrition out of our house and light our house on fire. Thank god for me. Reporter: Gratitude is the likely attitude for jennifer lawrence expected to learn a best supporting actress nod amid a nomination morning for "american hustle." I cannot speak to what did not occur. Huh. Reporter: Look for "12 years a slave" to reap three acting nominations alone in what should be a massive morning for this early favorite for best picture. Mission specialist ryan stone. Reporter: Led by an anticipated best actress bump for sandra bullock "gravity"'s oscar nomination numbers should soar into the stratosphere. Ain't nothing that can kill ron wood. Reporter: Big names are sure to be left out of an absolutely loaded best actor category. Figure on an all right, all right, all right reaction from matthew McConaughey. Savoring his first ever oscar nomination for "dallas buyers club." Going to lincoln if it's the last thing I do. I don't care. Reporter: A simpson to find 77-year-old bruce dern in that there too for "nebraska." One of the biggest questions this morning are -- any booze you might want? The bureau forbids us to drink. Reporter: Can leonardo DiCAPRIO CRASH THE BEST ACTOR Oscar bash for his "the wolf of wall street" work. And as for best actor -- tongues on fire. Supposed to be smoking? Is anybody supposed to smoke? Reporter: You know it's a jam-packed year when even meryl streep isn't the sure bet to get the 18th oscar nomination of her career for "august: Osage county." Even if she gets the nod she and the likes of "saving mr. Banks'" emma thompson and "philomena"'s judi dench will be chase out the front-runner cate blanchett for woody allen's "blue jasmine." I'm dead broke. Reporter: Rest assured we'll hear lots of familiar names this morning but seems like each year these nominations give us a truly unexpected surprise of some kind. We shall await, everybody.
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