Disney totally dominated the 2013 Academy Award nominations in almost every category. Sure, they missed out in the documentary feature and foreign language film categories, for good reason, but in almost all others they had at least one film up for a nominations.
Across the board, the film with the most nominations was Lincoln, which was as expected. It was both popular with critics and audiences everywhere.
So what other films were nominated? Which film do you want to see win?
Check out what Walt Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks films were nominated right here!
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Lincoln 1 of 6The epic amount of nominations for DreamWorks Lincoln came at no surprise. The film had more Oscar nods than any other film. The nominations included:
Best Picture Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis
Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones
Best Supporting Actress: Sally Fields
Costume Design: Joanna Johnston
Best Director: Steven Spielberg
FIlm Editing: Michael Kahn
Cinematography: Janusz Kaminski
Music -Original Score: John Williams
Production Design: Rick Carter and Jim Erickson
Sound Mixing: Andy Nelson, Gary Rydstrom and Ronald Judkins
Writing: Tony Kushner
Wreck-It Ralph 2 of 6One of the best films of 2012 was the hilarious, entertaining and amazing Wreck-It Ralph, a film that kids and adults enjoyed equally. The video game centric game was nominated for Best Animated Feature.
Brave 3 of 6Disney Pixar's Brave is completely stunning, touching and glorious. It tops the contenders in the Best Animated Feature category.
Frankenweenie 4 of 6Tim Burton's cool, creepy and completely creative black and white film Frankenweenie also got a nomination for Best Animated Feature.
Paperman 5 of 6The lovely, romantic and enchanting short Paperman, which played before Wreck-It Ralph in the theaters is being nominated for Best Animated Short.
Marvel’s The Avengers 6 of 6Marvel's The Avengers may not have gotten more than one nomination, but it did so well at the box office, it doesn't need any gold statue to prove it's worth! But it did get nominated for Best Visual Effects (Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams and Dan Sudick).
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