Oscar snubs 2019
Bradley Cooper, Emily Blunt and Michael B. Jordan were all snubbed in one or more categories at the 2019 Oscars. Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images for IWC; Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images; Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images

Oscar nominations came out Tuesday, but not everyone can get nominated. The Academy Awards snubbed some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and most critically acclaimed movies.

Claire Foy was snubbed for her role as Janet Armstrong in “First Man.” It’s particularly surprising after her Golden Globes and BAFTA nominations for best actress.

Michael B. Jordan played Erik Killmonger, the villain in “Black Panther.” The Marvel movie was nominated for best picture but shut out of the Oscars acting categories.

Emily Blunt could’ve been nominated for either “A Quiet Place” or “Mary Poppins Returns,” but she was ignored by the Academy Awards.

Timothée Chalamet was nominated for best supporting actor at the SAG Awards, Golden Globes and BAFTAs — but not the Oscars. The Academy snubbed the actor for his role as an addict in “Beautiful Boy.”

Nicole Kidman gave one of her best performances yet as an undercover cop in “Destroyer,” but the Oscars snubbed the star, who previously won best actress in 2003 for “The Hours.”

Ethan Hawke didn’t get nominated for his role as a pastor in “First Reformed.”

Bradley Cooper was nominated for best actor for “A Star Is Born,” which received eight nominations. However, he was snubbed in the best director category.

“A Quiet Place” has a sound editing nomination, but it was locked out of every other Academy Awards category.

“If Beale Street Could Talk” got a few Oscar nominations, including one for supporting actress Regina King. However, it’s surprising to see it got snubbed in top categories like best picture, best director and best actor (Stephan James).

“First Man” received nominations in technical categories, but it was snubbed for all the top awards.

“Mary Queen of Scots” scored nods for costume design as well as makeup and hairstyling. However, neither Saoirse Ronan nor Margot Robbie received acting nominations.

“Eighth Grade” was completely shut out of the Oscars despite critical acclaim for star Elsie Fisher and writer/director Bo Burnham.