American Hustle, the comic story of a conman and his accomplice forced into helping the FBI, has been nominated across all major categories, with four of its stars as well as its director up for awards.
The film, alongside 12 Years a Slave, Captain Phillips, The Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity and Philomena, has also been nominated for the best picture award.
Meanwhile The Wolf of Wall Street’s stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are up for lead actor and supporting actor accolades respectively. The film’s director, Martin Scorcese, is also nominated.
Other films that will be hoping for a successful night on 2 March include British flicks Gravity (nominated in the picture, lead actress and directing categories) and Philomena (nominated in picture and leading actress categories).
Steve Coogan is also nominated for adapting the screenplay for Philomena.