Oscar Winners: By the Numbers

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Every Academy Award officially has a new home, and TheWrap has tallied the night’s big winners by film and distributor.

While “Spotlight” won Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, its two Oscars hardly measured up to the six that the night’s most-honored film, “Mad Max: Fury Road,” took home.

Nor was the “Spotlight” haul enough to surpass that of rival “The Revenant,” which won three Academy Awards.

As far as distributors go, Fox had led the way with 20 nominations, including 12 for “The Revenant.”

But when the awards were handed out on Sunday, Warner Bros. wound up on top with six trophies, all for “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Here are the totals.

Wins by Film:
“Mad Max: Fury Road”: 6
“The Revenant”: 3
“Spotlight”: 2
“Amy”: 1
“Bear Story”: 1
“The Big Short”: 1
“Bridge of Spies”: 1
“The Danish Girl”: 1
“Ex Machina”: 1
“A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness”: 1
“The Hateful Eight”: 1
“Inside Out”: 1
“Room”: 1
“Son of Saul”: 1
“Spectre”: 1
“Stutterer”: 1

Wins by Distributor (excluding short films):
Warner Bros.: 6
Twentieth Century Fox: 3
A24: 3
Disney: 2
Open Road Films: 2
Focus Features: 1
Paramount: 1
Sony: 1
Sony Pictures Classics: 1
The Weinstein Company: 1