2. Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's hit "See You Again" was thought to be a likely nominee for Best Original Song from many pundits, but the emotional tribute to Paul Walker from Fast and the Furious wasn't enough for Team Oscar.
3. The good news: Lady Gaga earned her first Oscar nomination for "Til It Happens To You." The less-ideal news: Fellow pop-star-with-pipes Miley Cyrus failed to garner a nomination for her tune-with-a-message, "Hands of Love" from Freeheld.
4. While touching Amy Winehouse-picture Amy scored a nod for best documentary (thank goodness), the well-reviewed Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck did not. In Oscar history, music documentaries often struggle to get a nomination, because the nods often go to films that focus on perceived "more serious" subjects.
5. True, the stellar Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack was rewarded via a nomination for The Weeknd's "Earned It," but fellow popular tune "Love Me Like You Do" by Ellie Goulding off the same soundtrack failed to garner a nomination. Not exactly a surprise, but it was one of the most popular songs coming out of a movie in 2015, and it did receive a Grammy and Golden Globe nod. As always, popularity doesn't equal a gold statue.
What snubs are annoying you this morning?