oscar__130923143016__131213223904The Oscar nominated best pictures still in the theaters are holding well the last weekend before the Academy Awards. Most are at the end or nearing the end of their runs. Those distributors who re-released their films or upped the number of theaters post-nomination did receive nice bumps to add to their overall cumes. This is the last weekend before the Academy Awards, so traditionally the Oscar-nominated films still in theaters usually see rock solid numbers as moviegoers venture out to see them before the show. Last year’s Oscars brought in 40.3M viewers. Here is how they all look to play out this weekend and their overall cumes based on Saturday morning estimates:

12). American Hustle (SONY), 903 theaters / 3-day cume: $1.8M / Total cume: $144M+ / Wk 11

14). The Wolf of Wall Street (PAR), 627 theaters / 3-day cume: $1.3M / Total cume: $112.8M / Wk 9

robbedcallthecops
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Tony Danza should have been nominated for a supporting nom for his role in DON JON. The...
SallyinChicago
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Is this domestic or foreign, or both?
Alex
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I agree that increasing the number of potential BP nominees to 10 was a mistake. Instead of...

15). Philomena (TWC), theaters / 3-day cume: $1.2M / Total cume: $32.7M / Wk 14

17). Gravity (WB), 348 theaters / 3-day cume: $914K / Total cume: $269.3M / Wk 21

20). 12 Years a Slave (FSL),  349 theaters / 3-day cume: $493K / Total cume: $49M / Wk 19

21). Her (WB), 250 theaters / 3-day cume: $420K / Total cume: $24M / Wk 10

23). Nebraska (PAR/VAN), theaters / 3-day cume: $353K / Total cume: $16.4M / Wk 15

26). Dallas Buyers Club (FOCUS) theaters / 3-day cume: $287K / Total cume: $24.7M / Wk 17

Captain Phillips (SONY) 135 theaters / 3-day cume: 50k / Total cume: $106.9M / Wk 20