Oscars 2014: the nominees

The nominations for the 2014 Academy Awards are in and it’s a three-horse race between American Hustle, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave. Here are the nominees

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Ladies and gentlemen, the 6,000 members of the Academy have spoken. And while Hollywood decides whether to honor a gangster farce, historical solemnity or a space spectacle, you can browse all the nominees right here.

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