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Here are the Oscar nominations. ''Chicago,'' ''Gangs,'' and ''Hours'' score big

Renee Zellweger, Chicago | ALL THAT JAZZ Zellweger nabbed one of ''Chicago'''s 13 nominations
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ALL THAT JAZZ Zellweger nabbed one of ''Chicago'''s 13 nominations

As expected, Oscar voters smiled upon ''Chicago'' and ''The Hours,'' though ''Gangs of New York'' did better than expected. ''Chicago'' got 13 nominations, one shy of the record held by ''Titanic'' and ''All About Eve.'' ''Gangs'' followed with 10 citations, and ''Hours'' earned nine.

''Adaptation'''s Meryl Streep and ''About Schmidt'''s Jack Nicholson both were nominated; Streep is now the most nominated performer ever (13 career nominations), and Nicholson is now the most nominated actor (12 career nominations). Streep missed out on a two-fer, failing to earn a Best Actress nomination for ''The Hours,'' but ''Hours'' castmate Julianne Moore did get two nods, a supporting nomination for ''Hours'' and a lead-role nod for ''Far From Heaven.''

The nominees were announced at a pre-dawn press conference at Academy headquarters, with the names read by 1992 Oscar winner Marisa Tomei and Academy president Frank Pierson. The 75th annual Academy Awards ceremony will be held March 23 at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre.

Best Picture
''Chicago''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Hours''
''''
''The Pianist''

Best Actor
Adrien Brody, ''The Pianist''
Nicolas Cage, ''Adaptation''
Michael Caine, ''The Quiet American''
Daniel Day-Lewis, ''Gangs of New York''
, ''About Schmidt''

Best Actress
Salma Hayek, ''Frida''
Nicole Kidman, ''The Hours''
Diane Lane, ''Unfaithful''
Julianne Moore, ''Far From Heaven''
, ''Chicago''

Best Supporting Actor
Chris Cooper, ''Adaptation''
Ed Harris, ''The Hours''
Paul Newman, ''Road to Perdition''
John C. Reilly, ''Chicago''
Christopher Walken, ''Catch Me if You Can''

Best Supporting Actress
Kathy Bates, ''About Schmidt''
Queen Latifah, ''Chicago''
Julianne Moore, ''The Hours''
Meryl Streep, ''Adaptation''
Catherine Zeta-Jones, ''Chicago''

Best Director
Pedro Almodóvar, ''Talk to Her''
Stephen Daldry, ''The Hours''
Rob Marshall, ''Chicago''
Roman Polanski, ''The Pianist''
Martin Scorsese, ''Gangs of New York''

Animated Feature
''Ice Age''
''Lilo & Stitch''
''Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron''
''Spirited Away''
''Treasure Planet

Art Direction
''Chicago''
''Frida''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''Road to Perdition

Cinematography
''Chicago''
''Far From Heaven''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Pianist''
''Road to Perdition''

Costume Design
''Chicago''
''Frida''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Hours''
''The Pianist''

Documentary Feature
''Bowling for Columbine''
''Daughter From Danang''
''Prisoner of Paradise''
''Spellbound''
''Winged Migration''

Documentary Short
''The Collector of Bedford Street''
''Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks''
''Twin Towers''
''Why Can't We Be a Family Again?''

Film Editing
''Chicago''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Hours''
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''The Pianist''

Best Foreign Language Film
''The Man Without a Past,'' Finland
''The Crime of Father Amaro,'' Mexico
''Hero,'' China
''Nowhere in Africa,'' Germany
''Zus & ZoTo,'' the Netherlands

Makeup
''Frida''
''The Time Machine''

Adapted Screenplay
''About a Boy,'' Screenplay by Peter Hedges and Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz
''Adaptation,'' Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman
''Chicago,'' Screenplay by Bill Condon
''The Hours,'' Screenplay by David Hare
''The Pianist,'' Screenplay by Ronald Harwood

Original Screenplay
''Far From Heaven,'' Written by Todd Haynes
''Gangs of New York,'' Screenplay by Jay Cocks and Steve Zaillian and Kenneth Lonergan; Story by Jay Cocks
''My Big Fat Greek Wedding,'' Written by Nia Vardalos
''Talk to Her,'' Written by Pedro Almodóvar
''Y Tu Mamá También,'' Written by Carlos Cuarón, Alfonso Cuarón

Original Score
''Catch Me if You Can,'' John Williams
''Far From Heaven,'' Elmer Bernstein
''Frida,'' Elliot Goldenthal
''The Hours,'' Philip Glass
''Road to Perdition,'' Thomas Newman

Original Song
''I Move On,'' from ''Chicago,'' Music by John Kander; Lyric by Fred Ebb
''Lose Yourself,'' from ''8 Mile,'' Music by Eminem, Jeff Bass, and Luis Resto; Lyric by Eminem
''Burn It Blue,'' from ''Frida,'' Music by Elliot Goldenthal; Lyric by Julie Taymor
''The Hands That Built America,'' ''Gangs of New York,'' Music and Lyric by Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen
''Father and Daughter,'' ''The Wild Thornberrys Movie,'' Music and Lyric by Paul Simon

Short -- Animated
''The Cathedral''
''The Chubbchubbs!''
''Das Rad''
'Mike's New Car''
''Mt. Head''

Short -- Live Action
''Fait D'Hiver''
''I'll Wait for the Next One...'' (J'Attendraile le Suivant...)''
''Inja (Dog)''
''Johnny Flynton''
''This Charming Man (Der er en Yndig Mand)''

Sound
''Chicago''
''Gangs of New York''
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''Road to Perdition''
''Spider-Man''

Sound Editing
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''Minority Report''
''Road to Perdition''

Visual Effects
''The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers''
''Spider-Man''
''Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones''

Originally posted Feb 03, 2003
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