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How this Year's Oscar-Nominated Films Fared (and Continue to Fare) at the Box Office

By Ziyad Saadi | Indiewire January 17, 2014 at 1:45PM

The grandest awards show of them all may have revealed their list of what they believe to be the best film's of the year yesterday. But as is often the case with the Oscars, the box office shows a very different view of the matter. Below is a list of the nominees in all major categories and how much each of them managed to rake in this year:
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The grandest awards show of them all may have revealed their list of what they believe to be the best films of the year yesterday, but as is often the case with the Oscars, the box office shows a very different view of the matter. While commercial hits "Gravity" and "American Hustle" dominated the nominations, many box-office underdogs such as "Her" and "Nebraska" managed to make cut to fight it out with the big dogs. 

Below is a list of the nominees in all major categories, along with just how much each of them have raked in this year as of the Oscar nominations announcement (with many of them still in significant release):

BEST PICTURE

Film

Box Office Results

Gravity

$256,352,541

Captain Phillips

$105,054,507

American Hustle

$104,577,091

The Wolf of Wall Street

$81,742,323

12 Years a Slave

$39,047,653

Philomena

$22,524,332

Dallas Buyers Club

$16,811,467

Her

$10,408,044

Nebraska

$8,606,397

BEST ACTOR

Film

Box Office Results

American Hustle (Christian Bale)

$104,577,091

The Wolf of Wall Street (Leonardo di Caprio)

$81,742,323

12 Years a Slave (Chiwetel Ejiofor)

$39,047,653

Dallas Buyers Club (Matthew McConaughey)

$16,811,467

Nebraska (Bruce Dern)

$8,606,397

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BEST ACTRESS

Film

Box Office Results

Gravity (Sandra Bullock)

$256,352,541

American Hustle (Amy Adams)

$104,577,091

Blue Jasmine (Cate Blanchett)

$33,082,949

Philomena (Judi Dench)

$22,524,332

August: Osage County (Meryl Streep)

$9,852,760

This article is related to: Academy Awards, Box Office, awards season, Awards





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