The list is here. (And go here for my initial reacton.) The yahoos at E! went on and on about Terrence Howard getting a nomination even though he only appeared onscreen for a few minutes -- confusing Howard's best actor nod for "Hustle & Flow" with his appearance in "Crash," which wasn't nominated. Then they claimed -- wrongly -- that George Clooney received four nominations, tying him with Warren Beatty and Orson Welles. Actually, he got three nomination. Numerous other flubs. They did answer one question I had: the announcers see the list about an hour and a half before going on air so they can practice name pronunications. Does the Academy take away their cell phones or are they on the honor system?
NOTE: Oscar expert Damien Bona tells me "Brokeback Mountain's" "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" wasn't eligible because it wasn't heard in the film for long enough. In that case, they should have nominated the lovely, wrenching "The Maker Makes" by Rufus Wainwright, which plays over the end credits.