Best Supporting Actress - Abigail Breslin, Jennifer Hudson, Rinko Kikuchi, Adriana Barraza, Cate Blanchett
Best Supporting Actor - Jackie Earle Haley, Alan Arkin, Djimon Hounsou, Eddie Murphy, Mark Wahlberg (audible reaction from assembled journalists)
Best Actress - Penelope Cruz (announcer Salma Hayek: "YES!"), Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet (she managed to sneak in!)
Best Actor - Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling (surprise nomination!), Peter O'Toole, Will Smith, Forest Whitaker
Best Director - Alejandro González Iñárritu, Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood (for Letters), Stephen Frears (The Queen), Paul Greengrass (sneaking in for United 93)
Original Screenplay - Babel, Letters from Iwo Jima, Little Miss Sunshine, Pan's Labyrinth, The Queen
Adapted Screenplay - Borat (whoa), Children of Men (YAY!), The Departed, Little Children, Notes on a Scandal
Foreign - After the Wedding, Days of Glory, The Lives of Others, Pan's Labyrinth, Water
Animated - Cars, Happy Feet, Monster House
Best Picture - Babel, The Departed, Letters, Little Miss Sunshine (I TOLD YOU), The Queen
Shut outs: Jack Nicholson, Brad Pitt, Volver in Foreign, Dreamgirls in Best Picture. I haven't seen the other categories yet, although someone's got to have them up somewhere. I particularly want to see Best Costume, Best Visual Effects, Best Score, and for the lulz, Best Song. And you know what? Now that Streep's out of Supporting and into lead, Supporting Actress just got interesting.
ETA, from stepliana: IMDB is putting up the rest. Children of Men in Editing and Cinematography! Pirates vs. Poseidon and Superman for Effects! Apocalypto, Click, and Pan's Labyrinth for Makeup, Prestige and Pirates for Art Direction, Illusionist and Prestige also in Cinematography, Marie Antoinette for Costume--dammit, three Dreamgirls songs? Are you kidding me?
Shit. We're gonna have Beyoncé sing all the nominated songs again, aren't we?
ETA2: Full official list.