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oscars 2017: La La Land has tied with Titanic and All about Eve to become one of the most nominated films in the Academy's history. This is when the bog event takes place
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In just a few weeks, the Oscars are set to be handed out in a glittering Hollywood ceremony.
The 2017 oscars will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 26.
The nominations for this year's Academy Awards, now in its 89th year, have been announced. Hollywood musical La La Land has tied with Titanic and All about Eve to become one of the most nominated films in the Academy's history, racking up 14 nods.
British stars Andrew Garfield, Naomie Harris and Dev Patel lead the British hopes for Oscar glory, with nods for their work in Hacksaw Ridge, Moonlight and Lion respectively.
Meryl Streep became the first star to be nominated for 20 Oscars as she received a best actress nod for her role in Florence Foster Jenkins.
Streep, described as "over-rated" by Donald Trump after she criticized him at the Golden Globes earlier this month, is nominated in the best actress category for her role as a tone-deaf opera singer alongside Irish-Ethiopian star Ruth Negga for Loving, French star Isabelle Huppert for Elle, Natalie Portman for Jackie and Emma Stone for La La Land.
They are joined by Denzel Washington, who is recommended for Fences and Viggo Mortensen, proposed for Captain Fantastic.
There was no recognition for Ken Loach's benefits drama I, Daniel Blake, while British stars including Hugh Grant and Aaron Taylor-Johnson were also left disappointed.
Instead of the customary dawn press conference at the Academy in Los Angeles, the nominations were announced via a livestream, with previous winners and nominees reading out the lists of contenders.