Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, in a scene from “Finding Dory.” (Pixar/Disney via AP)

IT IS arguably the biggest film snub among the 2017 Golden Globe nominations, which were announced Monday morning.

Two of Disney’s expected titles, “Moana” and “Zootopia,” were among the five films nominated for best animated features. Yet Disney/Pixar’s “Finding Dory” — the year’s No. 1 film at the domestic box office ($486.2 million) — was shut out.

At the 2016 Golden Globes, Disney/Pixar had twin nods, for “The Good Dinosaur” and “Inside Out,” with the latter film taking home the trophy.

Pixar’s previous nomination before that was for 2012’s “Brave,” which won; the Globes snubbed 2013’s “Monsters University” (which, like “Dory,” is a sequel).

Between 2007 and 2011, Pixar reeled off five straight Golden Globe wins — for “Cars,” “Ratatouille, “Wall*E,” “Up” and “Toy Story 3.”

The other animation nominees for this year are “Sing” and two stop-motion films: “Kubo and and the Two Strings” and “My Life as a Zucchini.”

On Sunday evening, “Dory” lost the Critics’ Choice Award to “Zootopia,” which must be considered the front-runner to win at the Golden Globes.

The Globes ceremony will air Jan. 8 on NBC.