Bradley Cooper snubbed for 'Best Director'

ABC News' Chris Connelly and People magazine's Jess Cagle discuss this year's Oscar nominees in real time as they are revealed.
11:19 | 01/22/19

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Tracee and find out. ?????? For those just joining us, good morning. It's still very early. For those watching, welcome back. And now for the rest of the announcements. For best foreign language film. "Capernaum," Lebanon. "Cold war," Poland. "Never look away," Germany. "Roma," Mexico. And "Shoplifters," Japan. How is my posture? Oh, it's flawless. I have to take a picture and try to re-create it. For best documentary short subject. "Black sheep." "End game." "Lifeboat." "A night at the garden" and "Period. End of sentence." Nice lead, done. I insisted it should be at the end. Well done. Well done. For best documentary feature. "Free solo." "Hale county this morning, this evening." "Minding the gap." "Of fathers and sons." And "Rbg." This is good. You should see me at 2:00 P.M. That's when I'm hitting my stride. Here are the nominees for achievement in production design. "Black panther." "The favourite." "First man." "Mary Poppins returns." And "Roma." I had bananas for breakfast. Really? No peanut butter. No. Cereal. Nope. Protein of any kind? Nope. Okay. For achievement in cinematography. "Cold war." "The favourite." "Never look away." "Roma." And "A star is born." Here we go. For achievement in visual effects. "Avengers: Infinity war." "Christopher robin." "First man." "Ready player one." And "Solo: A star wars story." I'm very impressed I could read all these. I couldn't spell my name right now, I'm pretty sure. Here are the nominees -- oh, that's yours. Okay, sorry. Here we go. Here are the nominees for achievement in makeup and hairstyling. Ah, yes, better you do this. "Border." "Mary queen of Scots." And "Vice." A bit of trivia on that. Only three in that category. Only three in that category. It's a guild thing. Keep going. Thank you. Here are the nominees for best animated feature film. "The incredibles 2." "Isle of dogs." "Mirai." "Ralph breaks the internet." And "Spider-man: Into the spider-verse." All those movies are great. For original song. "All the stars" from "Black panther." "I'll fight" from "Rbg." "The place where lost things go" from "Mary Poppins returns." "Shallow" from "A star is born." And "When a cowboy trades his spurs for wings" from "The ballad of buster Scruggs." Well done. Thank you. Here are the nominees for adapted screenplay. "The ballad of buster Scruggs J.T., Joel and Ethan Coen, "Blackkklansman," Charlie Wachtel and David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott and spike Lee. "Can you ever forgive me?" Nicole center and Jeff Whitty. "If beale street could talk," Barry Jenkins. And "A star is born," Eric Roth and Bradley cooper and will fetters. We get to do this. Very exciting. Oh, it's exciting for everybody listening. Okay. Almost everyone. You know what, can I take this one? Yes, that's fine. Bring back fond memories. All you. Go. Here are the nominees for original screenplay. "The favourite," Deborah Davis and Tony Mcnamara. "First reformed." Paul Schrader. "Green book," Nick Vallelonga, Brian currie, Peter Farrelly. "Roma," Alfonso cuaron. And "Vice," Adam Mckay. Are you going to have your day? I'm probably going to go work out. I'm lying. And now for performance by an actor in a leading role. Christian bale in "Vice." Bradley cooper in "A star is born." Willem Dafoe, "At eternity's gate." Rami Malek in "Bohemian rhapsody" and viggo Mortensen in "Green book." Me too, I'm going to go work out possibly for three to four hours. Yeah. Yeah, do pull-ups, push-downs. Here we go. For performance by an actress in a leading role. Yalitza Aparicio in "Roma." Glenn close in "The wife." Olivia Colman in "The favourite." Lady gaga in "A star is born." And Melissa Mccarthy in "Can you ever forgive me?." Dreams just coming true out here. Here are the nominees for achievement in directing. "Blackkklansman," spike Lee. "Cold war," pawel Pawlikowski. "The favourite," yorgos lanthimos. "Roma," Alfonso cuaron. And "Vice," Adam Mckay. I am going to work out. I don't know why you think I'm lying. Oh, my god, here it is, the final one. The big one together. Let's do it together. And finally here are the films selected as best picture nominees. "Black panther," Kevin figee producer. "Blackkklansman" SHAWN "Making a murderer" kit trick, Jason Blum, Raymond Mansfield, Shaun Redick, Jordan Peele and spike Lee. "Bohemian rhapsody," graham king, producer. "The favourite," ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee magiday and yorgos lanthimos, producers. "Green book," Jim Burke, Charles B. Wessler, Brian currie, Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga. Producers. "Roma," Gabriela Rodriguez and Alfonso cuaron, producers. "A star is born," bill Gerber, Bradley cooper and Lynette Howell Taylor, producers. And the eighth and final nominee, "Vice," Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Adam Mckay and Kevin Messick, producers. Wow. Wow. Wow. Congratulations to all the nominees. Congratulations. Thank you, everyone, for joining us and watch the 91st Oscar Sunday night, February 24th on ABC. That was so fun. Can we give a shoutout to Tracee and kumail who made that very entertaining. They really did. They surely did. Great job. Not easy to do what they just did. A lot of great nominations. "Black panther" has quite a few. Bradley cooper had quite a few. Nominated picture, all these things but not best director. I was surprised. I thought he would get in the directing category. Peter Farrelly and Barry Jenkins also overlooked. Adam Mckay getting nominated for Vegas vice kind of like was the surprise in the direction category. It's interesting, the very, very first African-American is nominated for production design this year. Hanna beach ler for "Black panther." Congratulations. That's good. Quite a show for best actress. What a showdown for best traez. That did going to be a war, yeah, you really have to think it's probably between lady gaga and Glenn close. But can we give a big shoutout to Melissa Mccarthy? That to me was -- Those are -- that's a packed

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