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Anthony Breznican
January 16, 2014 AT 03:36 PM EST

Gravity and American Hustle tied for a leading 10 Oscar nominations , and 12 Years a Slave was right behind them with nine.

The Wolf of Wall Street fared better with Academy members than expected, while Saving Mr. Banks fared worse.

And for once, it’s no fun to be Oprah and Tom Hanks.

These are the immediate takeaways as the 86th Academy Award nominations were revealed Thursday morning.

Here you will find a breakdown of how the top races played out, complete with who’s in, who’s out, and how Entertainment Weekly’s Prize Fighter predictions turned out. (Spoiler alert —  pretty good.)

Click below for a look at where things stand in each field:

• Best Picture

• Actor

• Actress

• Supporting Actor

• Supporting Actress

• Director

• Original Screenplay

• Adapted Screenplay

• Animated Feature

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