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Oscar Nominations Scorecard by Film and Studio

The 2018 Oscar nominees were announced Tuesday, and “Shape of Water” and Fox Searchlight led the scoreboard for film and distributors.

Fox Searchlight landed 20 nominations, thanks to the 13 nods for “Shape of Water” and seven for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Both movies were nominated for best picture, lead actress, supporting actor, original screenplay, editing, and original score.

“Dunkirk” landed eight noms for Warner Bros., while “Blade Runner 2049” brought in five for WB and Sony. “Darkest Hour,” “Phantom Thread,” and “Victoria and Abdul” secured Focus Features a total of 14 mentions.

See the full list of Oscar nominations here. Jimmy Kimmel will host the 90th annual ceremony for the second time. The show airs live on ABC on March 4.

Below is a quantified breakdown of which films and networks collected the most accolades, not including short films or documentary short subjects.

Nominations by film:

“The Shape of Water”  13
“Dunkirk” 8
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” 7
“Darkest Hour” 6
“Phantom Thread” 6
“Blade Runner 2049” 5
“Lady Bird” 5
“Call Me by Your Name” 4
“Get Out” 4
“Mudbound” 4
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” 4
“Baby Driver” 3
“I, Tonya” 3
“Beauty and the Beast” 2
“Coco” 2
“The Post” 2
“Victoria & Abdul” 2
“The Florida Project” 1
“Roman J. Israel, Esq.” 1
“Molly’s Game” 1
“Logan” 1
“Disaster Artist” 1
“Kong: Skull Island” 1
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” 1
“War for the Planet of the Apes” 1
“Wonder” 1
“The Big Sick” 1
“All the Money in the World” 1
“The Greatest Showman” 1

Nominations by distribution company:

Fox Searchlight 20
Focus Features 14
Warner Bros. 14
Walt Disney 10
Sony Pictures Releasing 10
20th Century Fox 7
Netflix 7
A24 7
Sony Pictures Classics 6
Universal 4
Neon/30 West 3
Amazon 1
Lionsgate 1
Gkids 1
Grasshopper Films 1
Good Deed 1
Magnolia Pictures 1
Open Road/Global Road 1
PBS 1
STX Entertainment 1

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