No matter who is nominated, “Toy Story 3” is going to win!!

Only 3 Animated Movies to Get Oscar Nominations
Itís official: there will be no more than three nominees in the Oscar Animated Feature category.
The Academy released the list of qualifying films on Monday, and 15 movies were submitted and deemed eligible. A field of between eight and 15 submissions means three films can be nominated, provided they receive high enough scores.
Last year, for only the second time in the nine-year history of the category, five films were nominated out of a field of 20.
ìToy Story 3î and ìHow to Train Your Dragonî are considered prohibitive frontrunners for the first two slots, with the third spot up for grabs from a group that includes the major-studio productions ìMegamind,î ìTangled,î ìDespicable Meî and ìLegends of the Guardians: The Owls of Gaíhoole,î and dark-horse indies like ìIdiots and Angels,î ìSummer Warsî and ìMy Dog Tulip.î
A spokesperson for Warner Bros. said that the company had planned to submit the animation/live-action hybrid ìYogi Bearî to the Academy, but it is not on the AMPAS list and may have been judged ineligible by a committee from the Short Films and Feature Animation branch.
Voters who agree to see at least 80 percent of the qualifying films, which in this case means 12 movies, will select the final nominees.
The qualifying films:
ìAlpha and Omegaî

ìCats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galoreî

ìDespicable Meî

ìThe Dreams of Jinshaî

ìHow to Train Your Dragonî

ìIdiots and Angelsî

ìThe Illusionistî

ìLegend of the Guardians: The Owls of GaíHooleî
ìMy Dog Tulipî

ìShrek Forever Afterî
ìSummer Warsî

ìTinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescueî

ìToy Story 3î