ABC Digital has issued an apology after the agency accidentally listed both Amy Adams and Tom Hanks as nominees for the Academy Awards on its official website earlier this week.

“We apologize to the Academy, press and fans for any confusion,” the company said in a statement. “This morning, in an attempt to release breaking news as announced, ABC Digital briefly posted inaccurate nomination information on the website. The nominees announced by the Academy on Twitter were accurate. ABC quickly identified and corrected the errors. We apologize to the Academy, press and fans for any confusion.”

However, sources say that Adams didn’t even notice this mistake, only finding out whether she was nominated or not for her smash hit movie Arrival after the mistake had been corrected.

Amy AdamsAmy Adams was accidentally listed as an Oscar nominee by ABC Digital

Jezebel was the first news outlet to notice the mistake, highlighting a screengrab they took of the Oscars’ official website that listed ‘Amy Adams, Arrival’ in place of what should have been ‘Ruth Negga, Loving’ for the Best Actress category.

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Additionally, Tom Hanks had been erroneously listed in the Best Actor category for his role in Sully. Both omissions have been regarded as surprising oversights by the Academy, with both Adams and Hanks getting great reception for their parts.

The Italian-born American actress, 42, is among the highest-paid movie stars in the world, winning two Golden Globe Awards and scooping up five previous Academy Award and six BAFTA award nominations in a glittering career – making this year’s snub all the more surprising.

The same day as the kerfuffle occurred, Adams was a model of professionalism as she kept her composure bravado as she held a talk at the Screen Actors Guild event following the rejection.

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