90th Annual Academy Awards - Oscar Nominations by Film
90th Annual Academy Awards - Oscar Nominations by Film

This year's most nominated film -- The Shape of Water -- is the tenth film in Oscar history to earn thirteen nominations. Here's the list of 2018 Oscar Nominations by film.

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"The Shape of Water"

Nominations: 13

In 1962, janitor Elisa Esposito works at a classified government laboratory that tests new technology to help defeat the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Isolated and lonely, the mute Elisa finds her life changing forever when she uncovers the truth about the facility's most unusual and top-secret project.

The Shape of Water Oscar Nominations

    Actor in a Supporting Role, Richard Jenkins

    Actress in a Leading Role, Sally Hawkins

    Actress in a Supporting Role, Octavia Spencer

    Best Picture, The Shape of Water

    Cinematography, The Shape of Water

    Costume Design, The Shape of Water

    Directing, The Shape of Water

    Film Editing, The Shape of Water

    Music (Original Score), The Shape of Water

    Production Design, The Shape of Water

    Sound Editing, The Shape of Water

    Sound Mixing, The Shape of Water

    Writing (Original Screenplay), The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water Movie Trailer


Nominations: 8

In the Spring of 1940, hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops are trapped by German forces on the beaches of Dunkirk in northern France. The terrain precludes the use of large ships, compelling the military to request that civilian boats join the rescue efforts. While soldiers endure attacks and wait in fear, the RAF provides cover for the hundreds of small boats sailing the 26 miles from Britain.

Dunkirk Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture

    Cinematography, Dunkirk

    Directing, Dunkirk

    Film Editing, Dunkirk

    Music (Original Score), Dunkirk

    Production Design, Dunkirk

    Sound Editing, Dunkirk

    Sound Mixing, Dunkirk

Dunkirk Movie Trailer

"Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri"

Nominations: 7

Several months after the rape and murder of her teenage daughter, Mildred Hayes is so furious that the case remains unsolved that she commissions three billboards questioning the town's respected sheriff. The prickly Mildred's actions escalate tensions throughout the town, provoking intense reactions from all involved.

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture

    Actor in a Supporting Role, Woody Harrelson

    Actor in a Supporting Role, Sam Rockwell

    Actress in a Leading Role, Frances McDormand

    Film Editing, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Music (Original Score), Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Writing (Original Screenplay), Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri Movie Trailer

"Darkest Hour"

Nominations: 6

Controversial politician Winston Churchill is appointed prime minister during the early days of World War II and is faced with the momentous choice of continuing to fight or trying to parlay with Hitler. With the fall of France imminent and the possibility of a German invasion of Britain looming, Churchill knows his decision will affect the entire free world.

Darkest Hour Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture, Darkest Hour

    Actor in a Leading Role, Gary Oldman

    Cinematography, Darkest Hour

    Costume Design, Darkest Hour

    Makeup and Hairstyling, Darkest Hour

    Production Design, Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour Movie Trailer

"Phantom Thread"

Nominations: 6

In 1950s London, middle-aged couturier Reynolds Woodcock is at the height of his fame and creative powers. His sister Cyril helps to manage his precisely ordered world, but when he falls for a younger, high-spirited waitress, Reynolds finds that his new muse has transformed his life in more ways than he thought possible.

Phantom Thread Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture, Phantom Thread

    Actor in a Leading Role, Daniel Day-Lewis

    Actress in a Supporting Role, Lesley Manville

    Costume Design, Phantom Thread

    Directing, Phantom Thread

    Music (Original Score), Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread Movie Trailer

"Blade Runner 2049"

Nominations: 5

In 2049, three decades after original blade runner Rick Deckard went missing, LAPD officer K is tasked with eliminating older, rogue replicants, which have been replaced by newer, more malleable models. When K makes a devastating discovery, however, he seeks Deckard's help to uncover the truth about both the history and future of replicants.

Blade Runner 2049 Oscar Nominations

    Cinematography, Blade Runner 2049

    Production Design, Blade Runner 2049

    Sound Editing, Blade Runner 2049

    Sound Mixing, Blade Runner 2049

    Visual Effects, Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049 Movie Trailer

"Lady Bird"

Nominations: 5

Strong-willed teenager Christine McPherson, who has dubbed herself Lady Bird, yearns to leave her hometown of Sacramento and attend college on the East Coast. Her equally opinionated mother, Marion, who is struggling to provide for her family, tries to prepare her daughter for life's inevitable heartbreaks while also encouraging her to be her best self.

Lady Bird Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture, Lady Bird

    Actress in a Leading Role, Saoirse Ronan

    Actress in a Supporting Role, Laurie Metcalf

    Directing, Lady Bird

    Writing (Original Screenplay), Lady Bird

Lady Bird Movie Trailer

"Call Me by Your Name"

Nominations: 4

Seventeen-year-old Elio Perlman lives in Northern Italy with his translator mother and professor father, who welcomes American doctoral student Oliver to help with his work for the summer. The cultured yet shy Elio is impressed with the confident Oliver, and their friendship blossoms into a relationship that transforms his life.

Call Me by Your Name Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture, Call Me by Your Name

    Actor in a Leading Role, Timothée Chalamet

    Music (Original Song), "Mystery Of Love" from Call Me by Your Name

    Writing (Adapted Screenplay), Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name Movie Trailer

"Get Out"

Nominations: 4

Photographer Chris Washington is nervous about meeting his girlfriend Rose's parents for the first time, especially when he learns that she has not told them that he is black. Their awkward behavior, along with the oddness exhibited by their two African-American servants, puts Chris on alert but even so, he is unprepared for the family's true motivations.

Get Out Oscar Nominations

    Best Picture, Get Out

    Actor in a Leading Role, Daniel Kaluuya

    Directing, Get Out

    Writing (Original Screenplay), Get Out

Get Out Movie Trailer


Nominations: 4

Mary J. Blige portrays Florence Jackson, the matriarch of a sharecropping family whose loved ones are targets of racism following her son's return from fighting in World War II.

Mudbound Oscar Nominations

    Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Mary J. Blige

    Cinematography, Mudbound

    Music (Original Song), "Mighty River" from Mudbound

    Writing (Adapted Screenplay), Mudbound

Mudbound Movie Trailer

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi"

Nominations: 4

Resistance heroes Poe and Finn take daring measures to save their tattered fleet from extermination by the First Order. Across the galaxy, Rae pleads with Luke Skywalker to return to the fray while seeking answers about her origins and a strange link to her nemesis, Kylo Ren.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Oscar Nominations

    Music (Original Score), Star Wars: The Last Jedi Oscar Nominations

    Sound Editing, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Sound Mixing, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Visual Effects, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Movie Trailer

"Baby Driver"

Nominations: 3

A young getaway driver known as Baby is in debt to crime boss Doc, but he plans on retiring after he falls for a sympathetic waitress. Doc traps Baby into participating in one more job, however, alongside a crew of mismatched thieves, with the stakes and violence escalating until Baby is forced to race toward freedom.

"I, Tonya"

Nominations: 3

As Tonya Harding, Margot Robbie plays the figure skater who first became famous for her athletic prowess and then infamous for her possible complicity in an attack on her rival.

"Beauty and the Beast"

Nominations: 2

Furious that her father has been imprisoned for petty theft, book-loving villager Belle takes his place in the mysterious castle where he is being held. Belle stands up to the castle's lord, the ferocious-looking Beast, but as they spend time together, the Beast reveals his inner prince, inspiring Belle to return his love.


Nominations: 2

Twelve-year-old Miguel Rivera loves to play the guitar, despite his family having banned music because of the misbehavior of a long-ago relative. When Miguel disobeys his family's rules, he is magically transported to the Land of the Dead, where he must make peace with his ancestors to find his way home.

"The Post"

Nominations: 2

Meryl Streep portrays the publisher of The Washington Post, Kay Graham, who must overcome her self-doubt while deciding whether to publish the Pentagon Papers at a critical juncture in the paper's history.

"Victoria & Abdul"

Nominations: 2

Muslim clerk Abdul Karim is selected to travel from India to England to present Queen Victoria with a ceremonial coin in honor of her Golden Jubilee. The bored monarch is delighted by the lively young man and the two quickly become friends, much to the chagrin of Victoria's family and advisors.

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