The Hollywood actors were not among those given a nod for a prestigious prize at this year's ceremony, while 'Shame' star Michael Fassbender also missed out on a nomination.
But two-time Oscar-winner Meryl Streep is one of the star's up for an accolade after she was put forward for the Best Actress gong for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 'The Iron Lady'.
The nod means Meryl has now received 17 Academy Award nominations in her career.
But she will face stiff competition from Glenn Close, Rooney Mara, Michelle Williams and Viola Davis in her bid to win the major prize, while George Clooney will go up against Brad Pitt, Damien Bichir, Jean Dujardin and Gary Oldman in the Best Actor category.
Among the other nominees for awards are 'Moneyball' star Jonah Hill's nod for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and 'The Help's Octavia Spencer has been put forward for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.