The announcement of the Oscar nominations yesterday morning brought few jaw-dropping surprises. As predicted, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring led in number of nods, at 13--just one shy of the record, which is held by both All About Eve and Titanic. In the end, it was the sound editors who denied the film its 14th nomination; Peter Jackson's Tolkien epic was named in every other technical category. It was also nominated for Best Picture, along with A Beautiful Mind, Gosford ...

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