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Modern-day musical La La Land leads the nominations for the 89th Annual Academy Awards with a record-tying 14 nods.

The only other movies that have received that many nominations are All About Eve and Titanic.

The film, about a jazz pianist and an aspiring actress who fall in love, is up for, among other categories, Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor and Actress for stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.

Meryl Streep received her 20th nomination for Florence Foster Jenkins; she's won three times.

The Oscars, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, air February 26 on ABC.

Best Actor Casey Affleck -- Manchester by the Sea Andrew Garfield -- Hacksaw Ridge Ryan Gosling -- La La Land Viggo Morgenson -- Captain Fantastic Denzel Washington -- Fences

Best Actress Isabelle Huppert -- Elle Ruth Negga -- Loving Emma Stone -- La La Land Natalie Portman -- Jackie Meryl Streep -- Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali -- Moonlight Jeff Bridges -- Hell or High Water Lucas Hedges -- Manchester by the Sea Dev Patel -- Lion Michael Shannon -- Nocturnal Animals

Best Supporting Actress Viola Davis -- Fences Naomie Harris -- Moonlight Nicole Kidman -- Lion Octavia Spencer -- Hidden Figures Michelle Williams -- Manchester by the Sea

Best Picture Arrival Fences Hacksaw Ridge Hell or High Water Hidden Figures La La Land Lion Manchester By the Sea Moonlight

Best Director Arrival -- Denis Villeneuve Hacksaw Ridge -- Mel Gibson La La Land -- Damien Chazelle Manchester by the Sea -- Kenneth Lonergan Moonlight -- Barry Jenkins

Best Original Song "Audition" -- La La Land "Can’t Stop the Feeling!" -- Trolls "City of Stars" -- La La Land "The Empty Chair" -- Jim: The James Foley Story "How Far I'll Go" -- Moana

Best Animated Feature Kubo and the Two Strings -- Focus Features Moana -- Disney My Life As a Zucchini -- GKIDS The Red Turtle -- Sony Classics Zootopia -- Disney

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