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Captain Marvel Continues to Dominate as 2018’s Comic Adaptations Wind Down

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.695 billion domestically, $4.552 billion internationally, $7.247 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.035 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.


Captain Marvel was once again in first place at the weekend box office with an estimated $69.3 million a 54.8% drop, better than the 56% average drop for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That brings the film to $266.2 million domestically. It also makes the first film to cross the $200 million mark domestically this year.

Internationally, the film opened in its final market and brought in $119.7 million from 54 markets. The overseas total now stands at $494 million for a worldwide total of $760.2 million. It’s the first film to cross $700 million worldwide this year.

Alita: Battle Angel slipped to #9 over the past weekend bringing in $1.9 million to bring its domestic total to $81.8 million. Internationally the film brought in about $8 million over the week to bring that total to $312.2 million and $394 million worldwide.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is still bringing in the dollars though not charting on the weekend box office. It brought in about $1,000 from international markets. The film has earned $30.7 million domestically and $72.8 million internationally for a worldwide total of $103.6 million.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dipped to #21 with an estimated earning of $305,000 to bring its domestic total to $189.5 million. It also brought in about $700,000 from the foreign box office to bring that total to $178.7 million and $368.2 million worldwide.

Aquaman continues to bring in the dollars though it didn’t chart over the weekend. Over the week, the film earned about $300,000 domestically to bring its domestic total to $334.1 million. It brought in about $500,000 internationally with $809.6 million for a worldwide total of $1.144 billion.


Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.695 billion
Total International Gross: $4.552 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.247 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.035 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.5 million
Average International Gross: $455.2 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $724.7 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $670.6 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Captain Marvel Dominates the Weekend Delivering the First Hit of the Year

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.694 billion domestically, $4.551 billion internationally, $7.245 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.033 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.


The box office has had some issues in 2019 and Captain Marvel gave it a much needed power up. The 21st entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe delivered the seventh largest opening weekend of all time and earned more in three days than the combined totals of any previous three-day weekend so far this year.

With an estimated $153 million earned domestically Captain Marvel is already the top grossing domestic film of the year after one weekend. Based on that opening and past MCU films, the movie should have a domestic earning somewhere above $400 million. It also means that the domestic earnings alone covered the reported budget of $152 million.

The film played to an audience that was 55% male and 45% female and 64% of the film’s crowd was aged 25 or older. That’s one of the smallest gender divides of a Marvel film and one of the older audiences. Wonder Woman opened with a crowd that was 52% female. The film also earned an “A” CinemaScore.

Internationally, the film earned an estimated $302 million which is the fifth highest international opening weekend of all-time and the sixth largest worldwide debut ever. The film also boasts the biggest global launch for a female-fronted film and second-largest for superhero film. The top market internationally was China where the filmed earned $89.3 million and is the third highest MCU opening there. The film delivered an opening weekend where the film earned $455 million worldwide.

After one weekend the film ranks #44 for worldwide earnings for comic films passing Thor, The Wolverine, X2, Captain America: The First Avenger, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, X-Men: First Class and so much more.

Alita: Battle Angel rounded out the top five this past weekend and saw a 55.7% drop from the previous weekend where it was third. The movie earned an estimated $3.2 million to bring its domestic total to $78.3 million. It also added $11.6 million from 74 overseas market to bring that total to $304.3 million and $382.7 million worldwide. That film was targeted to boost by incel/MRA types in protest of Captain Marvel. Their protest clearly didn’t work showing their buying power is directly inverse to how loud they are online and ability to review bomb films.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is still bringing in the dollars though not charting on the weekend box office. The film has earned $30.7 million domestically and $72.8 million internationally for a worldwide total of $103.6 million.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dropped from 11th last week to 15th this week earning an estimated $650,000 to bring its domestic total to $188.8 million. It earned about $3.5 million over the week to bring its international total to $178 million and $366.8 million worldwide.

Aquaman continues to bring in the dollars though it didn’t chart over the weekend. Over the week, the film earned about $600,000 domestically to bring its domestic total to $333.8 million. It brought in about $4 million internationally with $809.1 million for a worldwide total of $1.143 billion.


Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.694 billion
Total International Gross: $4.551 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.245 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.033 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.4 million
Average International Gross: $455.1 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $724.5 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $670.4 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Gets a Big Post Oscar Boost

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.692 billion domestically, $4.545 billion internationally, $7.237 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.025 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Alita: Battle Angel dipped one spot to come in third place for the weekend. The film earned earned an estimated $7 million. Domestically the film has now earned $72.2 million after three weeks. It also earned $40.4 million internationally from 81 markets to bring that total to $278.2 million for a worldwide total of $350.4 million.

The film shot up a lot of spots breaking the top 60 and sits at #59 for comic film adaptations and worldwide grosses. It has passed X-Men, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, The LEGO Batman Movie, and Wanted in worldwide earnings (not adjusted for inflation).

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is still bringing in the dollars though not charting on the weekend box office. The film overall earned about $200,000 over the week bringing the domestic total to $30.7 million, international total to $72.8 million and worldwide earnings of $103.5 million.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse improved from #16 last week to #11 this past weekend with a post Oscar win boost. The film increased 137.5% with an estimated $2.1 million to bring its domestic total to $187.4 million. The film also earned around $600,000 over the week internationally where it has earned $175.4 million for a worldwide total of $362.8 million.

Aquaman continues to bring in the dollars though it didn’t chart over the weekend. Over the week, the film earned about $260,000 over the week to bring its domestic total to $333.2 million. It remained static internationally with $805.9 million for a worldwide total of $1.139 billion.

Next weekend sees the opening of Captain Marvel which is expected to earn around $140 million over the three days.

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.692 billion
Total International Gross: $4.545 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.237 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.025 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $269.2 million
Average International Gross: $454.5 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $723.7 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $669.5 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Aquaman Crosses $800 Million Internationally

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.689 billion domestically, $4.544 billion internationally, $7.234 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.022 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Alita: Battle Angel dipped one spot to come in second place for the weekend. The film dropped 58% in its second weekend for a three-day $12 million. So far it has earned $60.7 million domestically. Internationally it debuted in China where it earned $62.2 million of its $92.4 million overseas take for the weekend. That’s $202.7 million internationally for a worldwide total of $263.4 million. Already, Alita: Battle Angel has passed Ghost in the Shell domestically and internationally.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is still bringing in the dollars though not charting on the weekend box office. Domestic grosses increased by about $100,000 million an international earnings increased by about $300,000 million. Currently the film has earned $30.7 million domestically and $72.6 million internationally for a worldwide total of $103.3 million.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dipped a few spots at the weekend box office to come in at #15 earning an estimated $865,000. The film has earned $184.9 million domestically. With an Oscar win for “Best Animated Feature,” we’ll see if the movie gets a boost over the next week.

Aquaman continues to be right behind that film coming in at #16 and earning an estimated $765,000 to bring its domestic total to $332.9 million. The film gained $5 million over the week to bring its international earnings to $805.9 million and a worldwide total of $1.139 billion. The film has relied heavily on its international earnings where it has made 70.76% compared to 60.65% for the average DCU film

Deadpool 2 is still bringing it in internationally adding about $155,000 to that total. With a total of $785 million worldwide, it is the top grossing “X” film ever (not adjusted for inflation).

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.689 billion
Total International Gross: $4.544 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.234 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.022 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $268.9 million
Average International Gross: $454.4 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $723.4 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $669.1 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

It was a Great Night at the Oscars for Black Panther and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Black Panther

Black Panther can call itself an Oscar winning film… a multiple winning Oscar film.

Ruth Carter won for “Costume Design.” The film also won for “Production Design” with Hannah Beachler being honored for production design and Jay Hary being honored for set decoration. The film’s third win of the night was “Original Score” for Ludwig Goransson‘s work.

Black Panther tied with Roma and Green Book for the second most Oscar wins for the night tied. Bohemian Rhapsody won 4 times.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

It was a Marvel night with Sony‘s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse taking home best “Animated Feature Film” with Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller sharing the award.

But, Marvel didn’t win for everthing. Avengers: Infinity War lost to First Man for “Visual Effects.” Black Panther also lost out to Green Book for “Best Picture.”

Check out below for Tweets from the show including quotes from the winners.




Aquaman Passes Batman vs. Superman While Alita Beats Expectations

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.686 billion domestically, $4.536 billion internationally, $7.222 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $6.010 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Alita: Battle Angel came in first place at the box office this past weekend beating expectations with an estimated $27.8 million for the three-day weekend and is expected to earn a bit over $33 million for the four-day weekend. Over five days the film will have earned around $41 million which is well ahead the $30 million expectation. Still, the film has a $170 million price tag and would need somewhere around $500-$550 million worldwide to break even.

Internationally the film debuted in 11 markets last weekend and expanded to 86 markets this weekend. There it earned $56.1 million to bring its foreign earnings to $94.3 million. It’ll release in China and Japan on February 22.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is still bringing in the dollars though not charting on the weekend box office. Domestic grosses increased by about $250,000 million an international earnings increased by about $700,000 million. Currently the film has earned $30.7 million domestically and $72.3 million internationally for a worldwide total of $103 million.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dropped two spots from the previous weekend to come in at #11. It earned an estimated $2 million to bring its domestic total to $182.7 million after 10 weeks. With foreign earnings of $173.3 million the film has earned $356 million worldwide. It has passed X-Men: First Class in worldwide earnings.

Aquaman has crossed $331 million domestically and is now the second highest grossing domestic release for a DC Extended Universe film only behind Wonder Woman’s $412.6 million. It came in at #12 for the weekend down from last weekend’s #8. The film earned $1.9 million to bring its domestic total to $331.4 million. Internationally the film has earned $799.4 million to bring its worldwide total to $1.131 billion.

Deadpool 2 is still bringing it in internationally adding about $90,000 to that total. With a total of $784.9 million worldwide, it is the top grossing “X” film ever (not adjusting for inflation).

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.686 billion
Total International Gross: $4.536 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.222 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $6.010 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $268.6 million
Average International Gross: $453.6 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $722.2 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $590.3 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Where the Data Ranks 2018’s Comic Book Films. Deadpool 2 Becomes the Top Grossing X Film

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.680 billion domestically, $4.528 billion internationally, $7.208 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $5.996 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly made waves debuting in the top five and dropped off of the weekend box office quickly. The film crossed the $100 million mark as domestic grosses increased by about $1.2 million an international earnings increased by about $1.6 million. Currently the film has earned $30.4 million domestically and $71.6 million internationally for a worldwide total of $102 million.

Aquaman dropped from fourth to #8 at the past weekend’s box office with an estimated $3.3 million to bring its domestic total to $328.5 million. Worldwide it has earned $1.120 billion after opening in Japan this past weekend.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse continues to play right behind Aquaman dropping from fifth to #9 at the weekend box office with an estimated $3 million. Its domestic total stands at $179.8 million. Worldwide the film has earned $352.6 million.

Deadpool 2 got a big boost over the week with $13 million at the international box office. With a total of $784.8 million worldwide, it has passed the original Deadpool to become the top grossing “X” film ever (not adjusting for inflation).

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.680 billion
Total International Gross: $4.528 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.208 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $5.996 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $268 million
Average International Gross: $452.8 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $720.8 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $588.9 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Where the Data Ranks 2018’s Comic Book Films. Aquaman Continues to Rock

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.671 billion domestically, $4.506 billion internationally, $7.176 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $5.965 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly made waves debuting in the top five and dropped off of the weekend box office quickly. The film earned about $150,000 domestically and $200,000 internationally to $29.1 million and $70 million for a worldwide total of $99.1 million.

Aquaman dropped one spot to come in fourth place. It earned an estimated $4.8 million to bring its domestic total to $323.6 million. It also added $4.6 million internationally to bring that total to $783.4 million and $1.1 billion worldwide. The film opens in Japan February 8 so is looking at quite a few more dollars before its run is over. There’s a chance the film passes Captain America: Civil War before its run is over, it needs just $47 million.

Rounding out the top five was Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with an estimated $4.4 million to bring its domestic total to $175.3 million. It also added $1.6 million internationally to bring that total to $172 million and $347.3 million worldwide.

Deadpool 2 has slowed domestically but earned a little over $4.4 million internationally. The film stands at $324.6 million domestically and $447.4 million internationally. The film is now the second highest grossing X film behind Deadpool. It’ll have to earn a lot more to be as successful as that film as it has a budget about double of it. The film has passed both Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther when it comes to budget multiplier. It’s in second for the year with a current 7.02x.

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.671 billion
Total International Gross: $4.506 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.176 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $5.965 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $265.1 million
Average International Gross: $450.6 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $717.6 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $585.7 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Where the Data Ranks 2018’s Comic Book Films. Aquaman Passes Dark Knight Rises

Comic film adaptations are big dollars and we track how they do each week to see trends and what’s working and what’s not.

2018 is a record setting year for comic film adaptations. It has topped 2017’s record year and then some. Currently, comic adaptations have earned $2.657 billion domestically, $4.490 billion internationally, $7.148 billion worldwide, with a “profit” of $5.936 billion. That’s off of 10 films. 2017, with 16 films, saw domestic earnings of $2.365 billion, international earnings of $3.755 billion, worldwide earnings of $6.120 billion, and “profits” of $4.442 billion.

The 2019 way of comic based films has launched and already making news. This past weekend at the box office Dragon Ball Super: Broly dropped 63.3% from last weekend and earned an estimated $3.6 million to bring its domestic total to $29 million. The film has also earned $69.8 million from foreign markets for a worldwide total of $98.8 million. This is after a debut weekend in the top five of the box office.

Aquaman came in third place and brought in $7.4 million to bring its domestic total to $316.6 million. The film has now earned $1.091 billion making it the top grossing film based on a DC character. It’s also the third largest WB movie of all time and 25th largest worldwide release ever. It’s the seventh highest grossing comic film and it’s unlikely it’ll move higher as the film has $63 million to go to do that.

Rounding out the top five was Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse which repeated in that spot. It earned an estimated $6.2 million to bring its domestic total to $169 million. It will likely become the highest grossing domestic release ever for Sony Animation some time this week. Internationally the film added $2.8 million to bring that total to $169.1 million to bring its worldwide total to $338.1 million.

This past weekend Venom didn’t chart but earned about $25,000 domestically and $1,000 internationally over the week. The film now stands at $213.5 million domestically and $642.3 internationally for a worldwide total of $855.8 million.

The film also shows that budget isn’t everything. It has the best return in multiplier when it comes to budget for a comic film of 2018, so far. With 8.56x it beats Avengers: Infinity War‘s 6.83x and 6.73x for Black Panther.

With a budget of just $100 million, the film is quite profitable and another success for Sony’s Spider-Man franchise which previously earned on average $318.8 million domestically, $488.4 million internationally, and $807.2 million worldwide. The film is likely to be the second or third worst performing Spider-Man related film domestically for Sony but first currently internationally. The difference is the budget is almost half the other films allowing for a healthy profit. The film is leaning heavily on the international market where it has earned 75.07% of its earnings compared to 62.65% for other Spider-Man films.

Deadpool 2 opened in China earning $21 million and giving the film new life. The film stands at $324.6 million domestically, about $5,000 more than last week and $443 million internationally an increase of $24 million. The film is now the second highest grossing X film behind Deadpool. It’ll have to earn a lot more to be as successful as that film as it has a budget about double of it. The film has passed both Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther when it comes to budget multiplier. It’s in second for the year with a current 6.98x.

Here’s where this year’s comic films stand as far as the actual numbers.

Total Domestic Gross: $2.657 billion
Total International Gross: $4.490 billion
Worldwide Gross: $7.148 billion
Total Reported Budgets: $1.187 billion
Total “Profit”: $5.936 billion

Average Domestic Gross: $265.7 million
Average International Gross: $449.0 million
Average: Worldwide Gross: $714.8 million
Average Budget: $131.9 million
Average Profit: $582.9 million

Below is where the films released stand when it comes to being compared to this year’s averages. Those in green are above average while those below are red.

Black Panther Gets a Best Picture Oscar Nomination While Spider-Verse Gets Best Animated

Black Panther

It was a solid Oscar nomination announcement for Black Panther which is the first superhero movie in history to be nominated for “Best Picture.” The film had seven nominations in total.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse continues its praise earning a “Best Animated Picture” nomination, one that it leads the pack based off of its consistent wins.

Avengers: Infinity War also got a nomination for best “Visual Effects.”

The 2019 Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, February 24, and will air live on ABC at 8 pm Eastern/5 pm Pacific.

Check out below for the full list of nominees. We’ve put all comic related nominations in bold.

Best Picture
Black Panther
BlacKkKlansman
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Favourite
Green Book
Roma
A Star Is Born
Vice

Actor in a Leading Role
Christian Bale, Vice
Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born
Willem Dafoe, At Eternity’s Gate
Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody
Viggo Mortensen, Green Book

Actress in a Leading Role
Yalitza Aparicio, Roma
Glenn Close, The Wife
Olivia Colman, The Favourite
Lady Gaga, A Star Is Born
Melissa McCarthy, Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Actress in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams, Vice
Marina de Tavira, Roma
Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk
Emma Stone, The Favourite
Rachel Weisz, The Favourite

Actor in a Supporting Role
Mahershala Ali, Green Book
Adam Driver, BlacKkKlansman
Sam Elliott, A Star Is Born
Richard E. Grant, Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Sam Rockwell, Vice

Directing
BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee
Cold War, Paweł Pawlikowski
The Favourite, Yorgos Lanthimos
Roma, Alfonso Cuarón
Vice, Adam McKay

Adapted Screenplay
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
BlacKkKlansman, Charlie Wachtel, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott, and Spike Lee
Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty
If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins
A Star Is Born, Eric Roth, Bradley Cooper, and Will Fetters

Original Screenplay
The Favourite, Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara
First Reformed, Paul Schrader
Green Book, Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie, and Peter Farrelly
Roma, Alfonso Cuarón
Vice, Adam McKay

Foreign Language Film
Capernaum, Lebanon
Cold War, Poland
Never Look Away, Germany
Roma, Mexico
Shoplifters, Japan

Animated Feature
Incredibles 2
Isle of Dogs
Mirai
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Original Score
Black Panther
BlacKkKlansman
If Beale Street Could Talk
Isle of Dogs
Mary Poppins Returns

Original Song
“All the Stars,” Black Panther
“I’ll Fight,” RBG
“The Place Where Lost Things Go,” Mary Poppins Returns
“Shallow,” A Star Is Born
“When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings,” The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Documentary Short
Black Sheep
End Game
Lifeboat
A Night at the Garden
Period. End of Sentence.

Cinematography
Cold War, Lukasz Zal
The Favourite, Robbie Ryan
Never Look Away, Caleb Deschanel
Roma, Alfonso Cuarón
A Star Is Born, Matthew Libatique

Best Documentary Feature
Free Solo
Hale County This Morning, This Evening
Minding the Gap
Of Fathers and Sons
RBG

Production Design
Black Panther
The Favourite
First Man
Mary Poppins Returns
Roma

Sound Mixing
Black Panther
Bohemian Rhapsody
First Man
Roma
A Star Is Born

Costume Design
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Black Panther
The Favourite
Mary Poppins Returns
Mary Queen of Scots

Film Editing
BlacKkKlansman
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Favourite
Green Book
Vice

Sound Editing
Black Panther
Bohemian Rhapsody
First Man
A Quiet Place
Roma

Animated Short Film
Animal Behavior
Bao
Late Afternoon
One Small Step
Weekends

Live Action Short
Detainment
Fauve
Marguerite
Mother
Skin

Makeup and Hairstyle
Border
Mary Queen of Scots
Vice

Visual Effects
Avengers: Infinity War
Christopher Robin
First Man
Ready Player One
Solo: A Star Wars Story

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