The Oscar nominations came out Monday morning, and that means the snubs are out too. Many movies, actors and directors were snubbed by the 2020 Academy Awards.

One major snub was acknowledged by announcer Issa Rae during the announcement. “Congratulations to those men,” the “Insecure” star said.

Yes, it’s another year full of men in the best director category. Despite “Little Women” getting Oscar nominations for best picture, best adapted screenplay and best actress, Greta Gerwig was shut out as a director.

The same goes for Taika Waititi. “JoJo Rabbit,” which he directed, wrote and starred in, is up for six awards, including best picture. Yet, somehow he was left out of the directing category.

Gerwig and Waititi are in good company. Beyoncé was snubbed in the best original song category. She recorded “Spirit” for “The Lion King.”

After “Black Panther” won several Academy Awards last year, Marvel Studios was hoping their epic finale might get some love. However, “Avengers: Endgame” was shut out of every category with the exception of visual effects.

Then there are the movies whose casts were unrecognized. “Parasite” scored several nominations, but somehow, no one from the “Parasite” cast got nominated, including Song Kang-ho and Kim Chung-sook. The same goes for “Rocketman,” which only received a best original song nod. This is even more surprising given Taron Egerton’s Golden Globes win.

Comedic actors in dramatic roles were snubbed majorly. Adam Sandler’s “Uncut Gems,” Eddie Murphy’s “Dolemite Is My Name” and Awkwafina’s “The Farewell” all were completely shut out, which is surprising given their inclusion at other awards ceremonies.

Awkwafina won best actress at the Golden Globes for “The Farewell,” and last year’s best costume design winner Ruth E. Carter won a Critics Choice Award for her work on “Dolemite” on Sunday. Though “Uncut Gems” hasn’t picked up many awards yet, it has been nominated plenty, including five Independent Spirit nods.

Not so surprising is that “Us” and “Hustlers” were shut out. Jennifer Lopez has been the only one getting love for her role at other shows, but she was shut out here. Given how the Academy Awards snubbed comedians who did dramas, it isn’t surprising that they snubbed the rom-com veteran. Meanwhile, “Us” has been getting no awards season love despite Jordan Peele’s unique vision and Lupita Nyong’o’s stunning performance.

In the documentary category, “Apollo 11” was thought to be a frontrunner but ended up getting snubbed altogether. The movie, about the Apollo 11 moon landing and consisting only of archival footage, is up for best documentary at the BAFTAs.

The 2020 Oscars will take place Sunday, Feb. 9 at the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles. The ceremony will air live on ABC.

Oscar snubs From left: Greta Gerwig, Awkwafina and Taron Egerton were all snubbed by the 2020 Oscars. Photo: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for Sony Pictures; A24; Paramount Pictures