Nominations for the 2016 Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning in Los Angeles by actors Angela Bassett, America Ferrera, Chloë Grace Moretz and Dennis Quaid -- with the film "Carol" leading the pack of nominees.
There were definitely a few surprises, along with some snubs in the mix. We round up a few below:
Snub: Johnny Depp was praised for his performance as crime boss Whitey Bulger in "Black Mass," but his name -- and the movie -- were both absent from this year's nods.
Snub: "House of Cards" star Robin Wright received a nod for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama, but the Netflix show isn't in the running for the TV drama category.
Snub: "Straight Outta Compton" received a SAG Award nod this week, but the N.W.A. biopic received no Globe nominations.
Snub: There has been some buzz bit of buzz surrounding Steven Spielberg's Cold War thriller "Bridge of Spies," but the film itself didn't receive a nod on Thursday -- only actor Mark Rylance is up for a supporting performance in the movie.
Snub: Showtime's "The Affair" won in the TV drama category in 2015 but it didn't even make the list for the 2016 gala. Plus, Ruth Wilson, who won a Globe this year for "The Affair," didn't make the cut either.
Surprise: "The Affair" actress Maura Tierney, who plays Helen Solloway, is up for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.
Surprise: Al Pacino's performance in "Danny Collins" wasn't talked about too much this year, but the veteran actor clearly impressed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. His portrayal of an aging rock star received a nod for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.
Surprise: Sylvester Stallone was praised for reprising his role as Rocky Balboa in "Creed," but there was no guarantee he'd snag a Golden Globe acting nod. He's in the running for a supporting role.
Surprise: A lot of eyes were on Mark Ruffalo for his role in "Spotlight," but the actor actually received a nod for his work "Infinitely Polar Bear." Even Ruffalo himself was surprised, tweeting: "No way! Best actor Nom for #InfinitelyPolarBear !!!"
Surprise: Audiences really loved Amy Schumer's "Trainwreck," but the film wasn't talked about too much with regards to awards shows. It's up for Best Motion Picture -‑ Musical or Comedy, and Schumer is in the running for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture ‑‑ Musical or Comedy.
Tell us: There were plenty more surprises and snubs. Weigh in in the comments below.