Disney’s animated film “Frosty the Snowman” and its streaming service “Marvel’s The Avengers” have won four Oscars, including best picture.
Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty” has won two Oscars, and Netflix, which has not made a major motion picture in years, has won three.
The latest batch of Oscar nominations comes after two straight years of awards for “Logan,” the animated feature starring Matt Damon, which was nominated for best picture, best director, best actor and best actress.
It also marked the third consecutive year that “Lincoln” was nominated, and the fifth time in a row that “Mudbound” was awarded an Oscar nomination.
Also winning a Golden Globe were “Hacksaw Ridge,” “Mulholland Drive” and “Spotlight.”
“Lolita” has been nominated for seven Oscars, the most of any movie ever made.
“The Post” has garnered five nominations, “A Most Wanted Man” for three, “The King’s Speech” for two, “Black Panther” for one and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” for “Best Picture.”
In an interview with The Wall St. Journal on Friday, Disney chairman Robert Iger said that he expects “Forsaken” and other “big movies” to continue to dominate box office and earnings.
Disney is not expecting the studio to release a sequel to “Falsettos,” the film that topped the box office in the U.S. last year.