And the Oscar goes to... well, none of these actors or films. Here are some of the major Academy Award nomination snubs this year (in no particular order), according to some very angry fans on Twitter (click here to see a list of those who actually were nominated Thursday):
1. "The Butler" is the story of a White House butler who served eight American presidents over three decades.
2. "Fruitvale Station" is based on the true story of Oscar Grant, the man killed by a BART police officer in Oakland, California.
3. "Mandela" is based on the autobiography of late South African President Nelson Mandela.
'The Butler'? 'Fruitvale Station'? 'Mandela'? Nope, nothing. #Oscars
— Tyler S. Bugg (@tsbugg) January 16, 2014
4. Oprah for her role in "The Butler."
I hope Oprah buys all the gold and this year's Oscars have to be cancelled because the statues cannot be produced. #Oscars
— currageous (@currageous) January 16, 2014
5. Tom Hanks for his role in "Saving Captain Phillips."
— Christopher Lloyd (@ChristopheLloyd) January 16, 2014
6. Joaquin Phoenix for his role in "Her."
— Adriana Mingo (@EleanorRigby27) January 16, 2014
7. Scarlett Johansson for her role in "Her."
— Justin Platts (@Universal_Guru) January 16, 2014
8. "Saving Mr. Banks" follows the development of the 1964 Walt Disney film "Mary Poppins."
A little surprised that Saving Mr. Banks got snubbed by the #Oscars. It was basically the best move ever!
— Elizabeth L. Garcia (@lizzylynngarcia) January 16, 2014
9. "Blackfish" traces the life of infamous killer whale Tilikum, who has been associated with some fatalities at SeaWorld. CNN aired the documentary in October.
— ecorazzi (@ecorazzi) January 16, 2014
10. "Inside Llewyn Davis" follows the life of a young folk singer in the 1960s.
12 Years A Slave and American Hustle should just get all the #Oscars. Inside Llewyn Davis was robbed.
— EX (@ElliottXMP) January 16, 2014
11. "Monsters University" shows us Pixar's adorable monsters attending an elite "Scare Program" in college.
Pixar is shut out again. Animation is really Frozen's to lose. #oscars
— Aaron Nix (@Aaron_Nix) January 16, 2014
12. "Rush" is the true story of two racing rivals who push themselves to the limit.
— Jamie Sanford (@jamiesanford) January 16, 2014
13. Robert Redford for his role in "All Is Lost."
— Randy Eisenberg (@RandyEisenberg) January 16, 2014
Who else was missing from the Oscar nominations this year? Tweet us @HLNTV!