Oscars Nominations 2015: By the Numbers

“Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” each had nine nominations, helping Fox Searchlight score the most overall

The Grand Budapest, Birdman stills

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu‘s “Birdman” and Wes Anderson‘s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” are the top contenders for the 87th annual Academy Awards, with each film having earned nine nominations on Thursday morning, including Best Picture. Both films were distributed by Fox Searchlight, as was “Wild,” which made Fox’s independent offshoot the day’s big winner with 20 total nominations.

“The Imitation Game,” which was The Weinstein Company’s biggest performer, scored eight nominations. Clint Eastwood‘s “American Sniper” and Richard Linklater‘s “Boyhood,” meanwhile, each scored 6 nominations. However, critically acclaimed films like “Selma” and “Nightcrawler” received less than some anticipated, 2 and 1 respectively.

Other distributors with double digit nominations include Sony Pictures Classics with 18 (“Foxcatcher,” “Leviathan,” “Mr. Turner,” “Salt of the Earth,” “Still Alice,” “Whiplash,” “Wild Tales,”) and Warner Bros with 11 (“American Sniper,” “Inherent Vice” ).

Paramount, meanwhile, only racked up seven nominations, thanks in part to “Selma” being overlooked in the acting, directing, and production design categories.

Take a look at the complete breakdown of the nominations by movie and distributor below:

Nominations by Feature Film:
“The Grand Budapest Hotel”: 9
“Birdman (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)”: 9
“The Imitation Game”: 8
“American Sniper”: 6
“Boyhood”: 6
“Foxcatcher”: 5
“Interstellar”: 5
“The Theory of Everything”: 5
“Whiplash”: 5
“Mr. Turner”: 4
“Into the Woods”: 3
“Wild”: 3
“Unbroken” 3
“Ida”: 2
“Inherent Vice”: 2
“Guardians of the Galaxy”: 2
“Selma”: 2
“The Judge”: 1
“Two Days, One Night”: 1
“Still Alice”: 1
“Maleficent”: 1
“The Salt of the Earth”: 1
“The Lego Movie”: 1
“Beyond the Lights”: 1
“Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me”: 1
“Begin Again”: 1
“Crisis Hotline”: 1
“Joanna”: 1
“Our Curse”: 1
“The Reaper”: 1
“White Earth”: 1
“Citizenfour”: 1
“Finding Vivian Maier”: 1
“Last Days in Vietnam”: 1
“The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies”: 1
“The Bigger Picture”: 1
“The Dam Keeper”: 1
“Feast”: 1
“Me and My Moulton”: 1
“A Single Life”: 1
“Big Hero 6”: 1
“Gone Girl”: 1
“The Boxtrolls”: 1
“How to Train Your Dragon 2″: 1
“The Song of the Sea”: 1
“The Tale of the Princess Kaguya”: 1
“Nightcrawler”: 1
“Leviathan”: 1
“Wild Tales”: 1
“Timbuktu”: 1
“Tangerines”: 1
“Aya”: 1
“Boogaloo and Graham”: 1
“Butter Lamp”: 1
“Parvaneh”: 1
“The Phone Call”: 1
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”: 1
“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”: 1
“X-Men: Days of Future Past”: 1

Nominations by Studio/Distributors:
Fox Searchlight: 20
Sony Pictures Classics: 18
Warner Bros: 11
The Weinstein Company: 9
IFC (including Sundance Selects): 8
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures: 8
Paramount: 7
Focus Features: 6
Twentieth Century Fox: 3
Universal Pictures: 3
Music Box: 2
Relativity: 1
Open Road Films: 1
Dreamworks: 1
American Experience Films: 1
Allfilm: 1
Cohen Media Group: 1
Independent Productions: 1
Area 23a: 1
Netflix: 1