Guardian would like to wish Bradlety Cooper, benedict XCuebrvatch… and best of all 'Eddie Redmaybe' all the best. pic.twitter.com/A2lSZEpoq0— Kermode & Mayo (@wittertainment) January 15, 2015
Good luck to 'Marion Cotilaalard' from everyone at The Guardian. They hope the diet's going well. pic.twitter.com/8J3loyk9dS— Kermode & Mayo (@wittertainment) January 15, 2015
Not even autocorrect could save them from that mound of errors.
The presenter announcing the nominations had a bit of a mare too. She rather comically mispronounced Dick Pope as "Dick Poop".
A large number of people were unhappy at the lack of nominations for The Lego Movie.
First response from Lego to #OscarNoms snub.January 15, 2015
The film's director didn't take it to heart though.
It's okay. Made my own! pic.twitter.com/kgyu1GRHGR— philip lord (@philiplord) January 15, 2015
On a less funny note, it didn't take long for anyone to realise and apparent racial bias in the selection.
Equal outrage on my timeline between the snub of women/ethnic minorities/the lego movie in #OscarNoms— sanya burgess (@sanyaburgess) January 15, 2015
AND THE NOMINEES ARE:
and finally, White PersonJanuary 15, 2015
Not so fun #OscarNoms fact: 0 of the 20 acting nominees are people of color.— Dave Karger (@davekarger) January 15, 2015
I cannot believe there is not one non-white nominee in the acting categories. That is appalling. #OscarNoms— Chris Jancelewicz (@CJancelewicz) January 15, 2015
And a slight gender bias, too.
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FUN #OscarNoms FACTS:
No female directors screenwriters or cinematographers and no actors of colour nominated today pic.twitter.com/kxgzV4KMhE— Glen Coco (@MrPooni) January 15, 2015