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The Alfonso Cuaron movie leads the pack with five wins, while the Spike Jonze film and the Alan Taylor superhero pic trail behind with three.
Catherine Martin, K.K. Barrett, and Andy Nicholson are applauded for their brilliant production designs in feature film categories.
Spike Jonze wins Best Original Screenplay for his sci-fi romance story, while Billy Ray picks up Best Adapted Screenplay for scripting Paul Greengrass' true-story piracy pic 'Captain Phillips'.
DiCaprio surprises his 'Wolf of Wall Street' co-star Hill and helps him soothe his nerve by doing the 'Titanic' scene during his monologue.
As many as nine films are nominated for Best Picture, including 'Hustle' and 'Gravity' which nab a total of 10 nominations each.
The instrumental version of the Canadian band's 'Porno' and 'Supersymmetry' will appear in the movie's soundtrack album, whose release date is currently unknown.
iPhone's highly-advanced automatic assistant is not too pleased with her comparison to the artificial intelligence voiced by Scarlet Johansson.
Other nominees for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen are 'American Hustle', 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'August: Osage County'.
As predicted, historical drama '12 Years a Slave' takes a lead in the nomination list with seven nods.
The creative ensembles for the movies and the TV shows picked for this year's awards are to be feted at a luncheon on January 10, 2014 in Los Angeles.
The Alfonso Cuaron film dominates with four awards, while the Spike Jonze movie snags a total of two prizes from the L.A. Film Critics Association.
The sci-fi romance led by Joaquin Phoenix and voiced by Scarlett Johansson bags top prizes for Best Film and Best Director.