Oscar Nominations by the Numbers: Disney, Fox Searchlight Lead Among Studios

“The Favourite” and “Roma” each scored 10 nominations

Last Updated: January 23, 2019 @ 5:11 PM

Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” and Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite” led Tuesday morning’s Oscar nominations with 10 nods each, including Best Picture.

Walt Disney led among studios, with 17 total nominations, trailed closely by Fox Searcxhlight with 15. The Oscars performance is a notable achievement for both outfits since the former will soon be absorbed by Disney as part of a multibillion-dollar acquisition while the latter is an upstart in the awards derby.

Spike Lee finally landed his first two Oscar nominations landing nods for Best Picture and Best Director for “Black Klansman.” The film received six nominations.

“A Star Is Born” and “Vice” scored eight nominations each. “Black Panther” scored seven and “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Green Book” each scored five nominations.

Here is the breakdown of nominated films by the numbers:

OSCAR NOMINATIONS BY FEATURE FILM

“Roma” – 10

“The Favourite” – 10

“A Star is Born” – 8

“Vice” – 8

“Black Panther” – 7

“BlackKklansman” – 6

“Bohemian Rhapsody” — 5

“Green Book” – 5

First Man — 4

Mary Poppins Returns — 4

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs — 3

Can You Ever Forgive Me? — 3

Cold War — 3

If Beale Street Could Talk — 3

Isle of Dogs — 2

Mary Queen of Scots — 2

Never Look Away — 2

RBG — 2

OSCAR NOMINATIONS BY STUDIO/DISTRIBUTOR

Walt Disney — 17
Fox Searchlight — 15
Netflix — 15
Annapurna Pictures — 11
Universal — 9
Warner Bros. — 9
Sony Pictures Entertainment – 8
Focus Features — 8
20th Century Fox — 5
Amazon Studios — 3
Annapurna Pictures — 11
Magnolia Pictures/Participant Media/CNN Films — 2
Paramount — 1

For the record: A previous version of this story had incorrect data on studios’ nominations.

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