Oscar Nominations by the Numbers: Netflix Leads Sony Among Studios

“Joker” scored 11 nominations, “The Irishman,” “1917,” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” each scored 10 nominations

Last Updated: January 13, 2020 @ 7:25 AM

Netflix emerged on top in Monday’s Oscar nominations derby, with 24 total nominations for films such as “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story,” and “Two Popes.” Sony scored 20 nominations, Disney had 16 nominations and WarnerMedia landed 12 nods.

Warner Bros.’ “Joker” led all films with an eye-popping 11 nominations, including Best Picture. Meanwhile, Netflix’s “The Irishman,” Universal’s “1917,” and Sony’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” each scored 10 nominations. Sony’s “Little Women” got 7 nominations, while Netflix’s “Marriage Story,” Fox Searchlight’s “Jojo Rabbit” and upstart indie Neon’s “Parasite” landed six nominations each.

Here is the breakdown of nominated films by the numbers:

OSCAR NOMINATIONS BY FEATURE FILM

Joker — 11

The Irishman — 10

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood — 10

1917 — 10

Little Women — 6

Marriage Story — 6

Jojo Rabbit — 6

Parasite — 6

Ford v Ferrari — 4

Bombshell — 3

Star Wars: the Rise of Skywalker — 3

The Two Popes — 3

Harriet — 2

Honeyland — 2

Judy — 2

Pain and Glory — 2

OSCAR NOMINATIONS BY STUDIO/DISTRIBUTOR

Netflix — 24
Sony Pictures Entertainment — 20

Walt Disney — 16
WarnerMedia — 12
Universal — 11
Neon — 8
Fox Searchlight
—  6
Lionsgate — 4

Focus Features — 2
LD Entertainment and Roadside Attractions — 2

More to come…

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