POLL: What are your picks for the Academy Awards?

Early Thursday morning the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the Oscar nominations for the 86th Academy Awards. Before the Academy decides anything, we at Art Beat want to know what -- and who -- you think should win this year? Check back after March 2 to see how close your predictions are to the outcomes.


The 86th Academy Awards will be presented on March 2. Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images

Early Thursday morning when the Oscar nominations were announced in Los Angeles, Hollywood immediately flocked to Twitter ... well, almost all of Hollywood ...

Woke up early to be ready for the #OscarNoms! I've got my coffee and my bagel and my -- what do you mean it was at 4 in the morning?

— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) January 16, 2014

Every year, before Hollywood can get dolled up and head to the Dolby Theater, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences makes its big announcement of nominees.

We're almost ready to announce #OscarNoms - here's a look inside the theater. pic.twitter.com/h1FkpfhJN4

— The Academy (@TheAcademy) January 16, 2014

And then ... the real buzz begins. Celebrations and congratulations....

From big-name stars like Leonardo DiCaprio:

Congrats to my fellow nominees, @JonahHill, Marty, Terry Winter and #WolfofWallStreet family for the #Oscar noms.

— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) January 16, 2014

To Mark Sanger, the man responsible for the editing in "Gravity," one of the films to beat this year, with a total of 10 nominations:

@originaljonone As long as you promise not to clash with my dress....

— Mark Sanger (@Bluetrundle) January 16, 2014

And Khalid Abdalla, the producer for "The Square," a feature-length nominated documentary about the Egyptian revolution:

So @TheSquareFilm is now the first ever Egyptian film to be nominated for an Oscar. Time for the authorities to let it be seen in Egypt.

— Khalid Abdalla (@khalidabdalla) January 16, 2014

Before we let the Academy decide anything, we at Art Beat want to hear from you. Tell us, what -- and who -- should win at the Academy Awards this year?

We will tally up the results and then come March 2, check back to see how close your predictions are to the outcomes.

Which film should win the Oscar for Best Picture?

Which actor should win the Oscar for his performance in a leading role?

Which actress should win the Oscar for her performance in a leading role?

Which actor should win the Oscar for his performance in a supporting role?

Which actress should win the Oscar for her performance in a supporting role?

Which film should win the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature?

Which writer should win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay?

Which writer should win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay?