Andy Serkis (left) and Tiffany Haddish announce the nominees for the 90th Annual Academy Awards in the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater. (Todd Wawrychuk / A.M.P.A.S)

Actress-comedian Tiffany Haddish and actor-director Andy Serkis, joined by Academy President John Bailey, announced the 90th Academy Awards nominations Jan. 23 live from the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater via a global live stream.

Academy members from each of the 17 branches vote to determine the nominees in their respective categories – actors nominate actors, film editors nominate film editors, etc. In the Animated Feature Film and Foreign Language Film categories, nominees are selected by a vote of multi-branch screening committees. All voting members are eligible to select the Best Picture nominees.

Active members of the Academy are eligible to vote for the winners in all 24 categories beginning Tuesday, February 20 through Tuesday, February 27.

Best Motion Picture of the Year:

Call Me by Your Name (Sony Pictures Classics) – Peter Spears, Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges and Marco Morabito, producers – This is the first nomination for all four.
Darkest Hour (Focus Features) – Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten and Douglas Urbanski, producers – This is the fifth nomination for Tim Bevan. His previous Best Picture nominations were for Elizabeth (1998), Atonement (2007), Les Misérables (2012) and The Theory of Everything (2014).
This is the sixth nomination for Eric Fellner. His previous Best Picture nominations were for Elizabeth (1998), Atonement (2007), Frost/Nixon (2008), Les Misérables (2012) and The Theory of Everything (2014).
This is the second Best Picture nomination for both Lisa Bruce and Anthony McCarten, who were previously nominated for The Theory of Everything (2014).
This is the first nomination for Douglas Urbanski.
Dunkirk (Warner Bros.) – Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan, producers – This is the second Best Picture nomination for both. They were previously nominated for Inception (2010).
Get Out (Universal) – Sean McKittrick, Jason Blum, Edward H. Hamm Jr. and Jordan Peele, producers – This is the second Best Picture nomination for Jason Blum, who was previously nominated for Whiplash (2014).
This is the first Best Picture nomination for Sean McKittrick, Edward H. Hamm Jr. and Jordan Peele.
Lady Bird (A24) – Scott Rudin, Eli Bush and Evelyn O’Neill, producers – This is the ninth nomination for Scott Rudin, who won for No Country for Old Men (2007). His other Best Picture nominations were for The Hours (2002), The Social Network (2010), True Grit (2010), Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011), Captain Phillips (2013), The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and Fences (2016).
This is the first nomination for both Eli Bush and Evelyn O’Neill.
Phantom Thread (Focus Features) – JoAnne Sellar, Paul Thomas Anderson, Megan Ellison and Daniel Lupi, producers – This is the second Best Picture nomination for JoAnne Sellar, Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Lupi, who were previously nominated for There Will Be Blood (2007).
This is the fourth nomination for Megan Ellison. Her previous Best Picture nominations were for Zero Dark Thirty (2012), American Hustle (2013) and Her (2013).
The Post (20th Century Fox) – Amy Pascal, Steven Spielberg and Kristie Macosko Krieger, producers – This is the first nomination for Amy Pascal.
This is the tenth nomination in this category for Steven Spielberg, who won the award in 1993 for Schindler’s List. His other Best Picture nominations were for E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982), The Color Purple (1985), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Munich (2005), Letters from Iwo Jima (2006), War Horse (2011), Lincoln (2012) and Bridge of Spies (2015).
This is the second Best Picture nomination for Kristie Macosko Krieger, who was previously nominated for Bridge of Spies (2015).
The Shape of Water (Fox Searchlight) – Guillermo del Toro and J. Miles Dale, producers – This is the first Best Picture nomination for both.
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri (Fox Searchlight) – Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin and Martin McDonagh, producers – This is the first Best Picture nomination for all three. Achievement in Directing:
Dunkirk – Christopher Nolan – This is his first nomination in this category and his fifth overall, including his Best Picture nomination this year. He was nominated for his original screenplay for Memento (2001) and in the Best Picture and Original Screenplay categories for Inception (2010).
Get Out – Jordan Peele – This is his first nomination in this category. He is also nominated in the Best Picture and Original Screenplay categories this year.
Lady Bird – Greta Gerwig – This is her first nomination in this category. She is also nominated in the Original Screenplay category this year.
Phantom Thread – Paul Thomas Anderson – This is his second nomination in this category and his eighth overall, including his Best Picture nomination this year. He was nominated for his original screenplays for Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999) and for his adapted screenplay for Inherent Vice (2014). He received Directing, Best Picture and Adapted Screenplay nominations for There Will Be Blood (2007).
The Shape of Water – Guillermo del Toro – This is his first nomination in this category and his fourth overall, including his Best Picture and Original Screenplay nominations this year. He was nominated for his original screenplay for Pan’s Labyrinth (2006).
Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role:
Timothée Chalamet (“Elio” in Call Me by Your Name) – This is his first nomination.
Daniel Day-Lewis (“Reynolds Woodcock” in Phantom Thread) – This is his sixth nomination in this category. He won Oscars for his performances in My Left Foot (1989), There Will Be Blood (2007) and Lincoln (2012). He was also nominated for his leading roles in In the Name of the Father (1993) and Gangs of New York (2002).
Daniel Kaluuya (“Chris Washington” in Get Out) – This is his first nomination.
Gary Oldman (“Winston Churchill” in Darkest Hour) – This is his second nomination in this category. He was previously nominated for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011).

Denzel Washington (“Roman J. Israel, Esq.” in Roman J. Israel, Esq.) – This is his ninth nomination and the sixth in this category. He won Oscars for his supporting role in Glory (1989) and his leading role in Training Day (2001). He was nominated for his leading roles in Malcolm X (1992), The Hurricane (1999), Flight (2012) and Fences (2016) and for his supporting role in Cry Freedom (1987). He was also nominated in the Best Picture category last year for Fences.

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role:

Willem Dafoe (“Bobby” in The Florida Project) – This is his third nomination in this category. He was previously nominated for his supporting roles in Platoon (1986) and Shadow of the Vampire (2000).

Woody Harrelson (“Willoughby” in Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri) – This is his third nomination and the second in this category. He was nominated for his leading role in The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) and his supporting role in The Messenger (2009).

Richard Jenkins (“Giles” in The Shape of Water) – This is his second nomination and the first in this category. He was previously nominated for his leading role in The Visitor (2008).

Christopher Plummer (“J. Paul Getty” in All the Money in the World) – This is his third nomination in this category. He was nominated for The Last Station (2009) and won an Oscar for Beginners (2011).

Sam Rockwell (“Dixon” in Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri) – This is his first nomination.

Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role:

Sally Hawkins (“Elisa Esposito” in The Shape of Water) – This is her second nomination and the first in this category. She was previously nominated for her supporting role in Blue Jasmine (2013).

Frances McDormand (“Mildred” in Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri) – This is her fifth nomination and the second in this category. She won an Oscar for her leading role in Fargo (1996). Her other nominations were for her supporting roles in Mississippi Burning (1988), Almost Famous (2000) and North Country (2005).

Margot Robbie (“Tonya Harding” in I, Tonya) – This is her first nomination.

Saoirse Ronan (“Lady Bird McPherson” in Lady Bird) – This is her third nomination and the second in this category. Her other nominations were for her supporting role in Atonement (2007) and her leading role in Brooklyn (2015).

Meryl Streep (“Kay Graham” in The Post) – This is her twenty-first nomination and the seventeenth in this category. She won Oscars for her leading roles in Sophie’s Choice (1982) and The Iron Lady (2011) and for her supporting role in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979). Her other leading role nominations were for The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981), Silkwood (1983), Out of Africa (1985), Ironweed (1987), A Cry in the Dark (1988), Postcards from the Edge (1990), The Bridges of Madison County (1995), One True Thing (1998), Music of the Heart (1999), The Devil Wears Prada (2006), Doubt (2008), Julie & Julia (2009), August: Osage County (2013) and Florence Foster Jenkins (2016). Her other supporting role nominations were for The Deer Hunter (1978), Adaptation (2002) and Into the Woods (2014).

Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role:

Mary J. Blige (“Florence Jackson” in Mudbound) – This is her first nomination in this category. She is also nominated in the Original Song category this year.

Allison Janney (“LaVona” in I, Tonya) – This is her first nomination.

Lesley Manville (“Cyril” in Phantom Thread) – This is her first nomination.

Laurie Metcalf (“Marion McPherson” in Lady Bird) – This is her first nomination.

Octavia Spencer (“Zelda Fuller” in The Shape of Water) – This is her third nomination in this category. She won an Oscar in 2011 for The Help and was nominated last year for Hidden Figures.

Adapted Screenplay:

Call Me by Your Name – Screenplay by James Ivory (based on the novel by André Aciman). – This is his fourth nomination and the first in this category. He received Directing nominations for A Room with a View (1986), Howards End (1992) and The Remains of the Day (1993).

The Disaster Artist – Screenplay by Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber (based on the book The Disaster Artist: My Life inside the Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell). – This is the first nomination for both.

Logan – Screenplay by Scott Frank & James Mangold and Michael Green; Story by James Mangold (based on characters created by Len Wein and John Romita, Sr.). – This is the second nomination for Scott Frank, who was previously nominated for his adapted screenplay for Out of Sight (1998).

This is the first nomination for both James Mangold and Michael Green.

Molly’s Game – Written for the screen by Aaron Sorkin (based on the book by Molly Bloom). – This is his third nomination. He won an Oscar for his adapted screenplay for The Social Network (2010) and was nominated for the adapted screenplay for Moneyball (2011).

Mudbound – Screenplay by Virgil Williams and Dee Rees (based on the novel by Hillary Jordan). – This is the first nomination for both.

Original Screenplay:

The Big Sick – Written by Emily V. Gordon & Kumail Nanjiani. – This is the first nomination for both.

Get Out – Written by Jordan Peele. – This is his first nomination in this category. He is also nominated in the Best Picture and Directing categories this year.

Lady Bird – Written by Greta Gerwig. – This is her first nomination in this category. She is also nominated in the Directing category this year.

The Shape of Water – Screenplay by Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor; Story by Guillermo del Toro. – This is the second nomination in this category for Guillermo del Toro, who was previously nominated for his original screenplay for Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). He is also nominated in the Best Picture and Directing categories this year.

This is the first nomination for Vanessa Taylor.

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri – Written by Martin McDonagh. – This is his second Writing nomination and his fourth overall, including his Best Picture nomination this year. He won an Oscar for the live action short film Six Shooter (2005) and was nominated for his original screenplay for In Bruges (2008).

Best Foreign Language Film:

A Fantastic Woman (Chile) [Directed by Sebastián Lelio.] – This is the second nomination for Chile. Its previous nomination was for No (2012).

The Insult (Lebanon) [Directed by Ziad Doueiri.] – This is the first nomination for Lebanon.

Loveless (Russia) [Directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev.] – This is the seventh nomination for Russia. Previous nominations were for Close to Eden (1992), Burnt by the Sun (1994), which won the Oscar, Prisoner of the Mountains (1996), The Thief (1997), 12 (2007) and Leviathan (2014). Prior to 1992, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics received nine nominations, including three wins for War and Peace (1968), Dersu Uzala (1975) and Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (1980). Other nominations were for The Brothers Karamazov (1969), Tchaikovsky (1971), The Dawns Here Are Quiet (1972), White Bim Black Ear (1978), Private Life (1982) and Wartime Romance (1984).

On Body and Soul (Hungary) [Directed by Ildikó Enyedi.] – This is the tenth nomination for Hungary. Previous nominations were for The Boys of Paul Street (1968), Cats’ Play (1974), Hungarians (1978), Confidence (1980), Mephisto, which won the Oscar for 1981, Job’s Revolt (1983), Colonel Redl (1985), Hanussen (1988) and Son of Saul, which won the Oscar for 2015.

The Square (Sweden) [Directed by Ruben Östlund.] – This is the sixteenth nomination for Sweden. It won back-to-back Oscars for The Virgin Spring (1960) and Through a Glass Darkly (1961), and won a third for Fanny & Alexander (1983). Other nominations were for Raven’s End (1964), Dear John (1965), Ådalen ’31 (1969), The Emigrants (1971), The New Land (1972), The Flight of the Eagle (1982), The Ox (1991), All Things Fair (1995), Under the Sun (1999), Evil (2003), As It Is in Heaven (2004) and A Man Called Ove (2016).

Best Animated Feature Film:

The Boss Baby (20th Century Fox) – Tom McGrath and Ramsey Naito – This is the first nomination for both.

The Breadwinner (GKIDS) – Nora Twomey and Anthony Leo – This is the first nomination for both.

Coco (Walt Disney) – Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson – This is the third nomination and the second in this category for Lee Unkrich. He won an Oscar for Animated Feature Film for Toy Story 3 (2010), for which he also received an Adapted Screenplay nomination.

This is the second nomination and the first in this category for Darla K. Anderson, who received a Best Picture nomination for Toy Story 3 (2010).

Ferdinand (20th Century Fox) – Carlos Saldanha – This is the second nomination and the first in this category for Carlos Saldanha. He was previously nominated for the animated short film Gone Nutty (2003).

Loving Vincent (Good Deed Entertainment) – Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman and Ivan Mactaggart – This is the first nomination for both Dorota Kobiela and Ivan Mactaggart.

This is the second nomination and the first in this category for Hugh Welchman, who won an Oscar for the animated short film Peter & the Wolf (2007).

The 90th Oscars, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will be held on Sunday, March 4 at the Dolby Theater at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be televised live on NBC. The Oscars are televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

About Barb Teed

Barb has a M.A. in Liberal Studies from Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn., a B.A. in Media Studies from New School University, NYC., and Associates of Arts degree in Anthropology from Normandale Community College, Bloomington Minn. I was born in Duluth, Minn.