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  • RobertPius
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    I was watching Dark Night Rises again and wondering if it holds the record. (Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, plus nominees, Gary Oldman and Tom Conti.) 

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    DANDY-LION
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    Gone with the Wind

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    Tom
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    Garry Marshall’s films Valentine’s Day and New Years Eve both contained quite a few.
     
    Valentine’s Day: 
    Winners: Kathy Bates, Jamie Foxx, Anne Hathaway, Shirley MacLaine, Julia Roberts
    Nominees: Bradley Cooper, Queen Latifah  

    New Years Eve:
    Winners: Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Hilary Swank
    Nominees: Abigail Breslin, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Lithgow   

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    Choice Chayawat
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    Nine (2009)
    – 6 Oscar winners (with 8 Oscar statuettes)
    – 1 Oscar nominee

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    Gormstick
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    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (9 Actors)
    Winners- Maggie Smith, Jim Broadbent, Emma Thompson
    Nominees- Ralph Finnes, Helena Bohnam Carter, John Hurt, Gary Oldman, Julie Walters, Imelda Staunton (cameo) 

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    Macbeth
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    Pulp Fiction (7)
    Winners (2) – Christopher Walken, Quentin Tarantino (if you count him as a winner)
    Nominees (5) – John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

    The Usual Suspects (4)
    Winners (2) – Kevin Spacey, Benicio Del Toro
    Nominees (2) – Chazz Palminteri, Pete Postlethwaite

    Glengarry Glen Ross
    (6)
    Winners (4) – Jack Lemmon, Kevin Spacey, Al Arkin, Al Pacino
    Nominees (2) – Ed Harris, Alec Baldwin

    The Dirty Dozen (5)
    Winners – Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, George Kennedy
    Nominees – Telly Savalas, John Cassavetes

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    BenitoDelicias
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    This thread/question has come up, and the answer is always A Bridge Too Far with 7 winners: Connery, Caine, Hackman, Hopkins, Olivier, Redford (Director winner) and Schell.

    Murder on the Orient Express: Bergman, Connery, Gielgud, Hiller, Redgrave, Bacall, Finney.

    The Godafther: Brando, Pacino, Caan, Duvall (all nominated for it) plus Talia Shire and Diane Keaton. 3 winners, 4 Oscars. And i bet somebody would like to count Sofia Copolla too. So 4 winners, 5 Oscars.

    The Godfather Part II: Pacino, DeNiro, Strasberg, Gazzo, Shire, Keaton, Duvall. Maybe I’m forgetting somebody…

    JFK: Jones, Lemmon, Spaceck, Pesci, Matthau and Costner (director win).

    Shakespeare in Love: Paltrow, Dench, Rush, Firth and Ben Affleck (Screenplay and Picture) plus Staunton, Wilkinson.

    It’s nice that in the case of the The Dark Knight Rises  everybody was a nominee at the time of the film’s release, and Hatahway (previoius nominee) won in the same year but for a different movie. In the case of A Bridge Too Far for example, four of them had not won yet and one has the technicality of being a director winner. When it comes to nominations Connery and Hopkins would get nominated/win for the first time 10 and 14 years after the release and Caine (multiple nominee at the time) won 9 years later and Redford (also a previous nominee), won 3 years later.

    The Dark Knight Rises is missing Liam Neeson by the way.

    (Found this link that had more than those I remembered) According to this link it seems like How The West Was Won is the winner in terms of wins and nominations.

     

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    allabout oscars
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    My Oscar Trivia book tells me that
    ROBERT ALTMAN’S FILM “THE PLAYER”
    has the most oscar winners and nominees of
    all time…now i will go look….

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    Madson Melo
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    I think by the time the movie was made no one can beat Nine: Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench and Sophia Loren were all Oscar winners + Oscar nominee Kate Hudson.

    If you count before and after, must be others.

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    Macbeth
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    Thanks, Allaboutoscars, I’ll go have a look as well

    The Player (23)
    Winners (13) – Tim Robbins, Whoopi Goldberg, Sydney Pollack, Cher, James Coburn, Joel Grey, Jack Lemmon, Marlee Matlin,
    Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon, Rod Steiger, Louise Fletcher, Anjelica Huston
    Nominees (10) – Dean Stockwell, Karen Black, Gary Busey, Peter Falk, Sally Kellerman, Sally Kirkland, Burt Reynolds, Lily Tomlin, Teri Garr, Nick Nolte

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    RobertoTerra
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    It’s not the case for this thread, but always liked to say “Dreamgirls, starring Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson, Grammy Award winner Beyoncé Knowles and Tony Award winner Anika Noni Rose”. (If only Eddie Murphy had won an Emmy, we’d have and EGOT)

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    Ocean’s Twelve (2004)
    Winners:
    Matt Damon, Julia Roberts. Catherine Zeta Jones, George Clooney
    Nominees: Brad Pitt, Don Cheadle, Casey Affleck, Andy Garcia

    The Hours (2002)
    Winners:
    Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep
    Nominees: Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, John C. Reilly, Toni Collette, Miranda Richardson

    A Prairie Home Companion (2006)
    Winners:
    Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Kline, Meryl Streep
    Nominees: Woody Harrelson, Virginia Madsen, Lily Tomlin, John C. Reilly

    Movie 43 (2013)
    Winners:
    Kate Winslet, Halle Berry
    Nominees: Greg Kinnear, Hugh Jackman, Seth MacFarlane, Naomi Watts, Uma Thurman, Terrence Howard

    Gosford Park (2001)
    Winners:
    Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren
    Nominees: Kristin Scott Thomas, Clive Owen, Bob Balaban, Emily Watson

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    Can’t believe it took me so long to think of it, but Kenneth Branagh’s 1996 version of Hamlet has to be up there. Six actors had managed to win Oscars by the film’s release, so it at least ties with Nine in that regard (though Richard Attenborough’s admittedly wasn’t for acting). The cast is so large that I can hardly keep track of who does or doesn’t have a nomination.

    Hamlet (1996) (12):
    Winners (9): Richard Attenborough (for directing)*, Julie Christie*, Judi Dench, John Gielgud*, Charlton Heston*, Jack Lemmon*, John Mills* Robin Williams, Kate Winslet  
    Nominees (3): Kenneth Branagh, Gerard Depardieu, Rosemary Harris

    1963’s How the West Was Won managed to bring in an impressive overhaul, with 17 names to have been graced with Oscar nominations, 5 of whom had already won Oscars by the release of the film.

    How the West Was Won (1963) (17)
    Winners (7): Walter Brennan*, Henry Fonda, Karl Malden*, Gregory Peck*, James Stewart*, Spencer Tracy*, John Wayne
    Nominees (10): Carroll Baker, Lee J. Cobb, Carolyn Jones, Raymond Massey, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Preston, Debbie Reynolds, Thelma Ritter, Russ Tamblyn, Richard Widmark

    Also, let’s not forget the original Around the World in Eighty Days (1956), which seemed to get everyone in Hollywood to at least make a cameo. Let me know if I’ve forgetten anyone here.

    Around the World in Eighty Days (1956) (12):
    Winners (8): Charle Coburn*, Ronald Colman*, John Gielgud, Shirley MacLaine, Victor McLaglen*, John Mills, David Niven, Frank Sinatra*
    Nominees (4): Charles Boyer, Marlene Dietrich, Trevor Howard, Jack Oakie 
     

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    Halo_Insider
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    Ocean’s Twelve (2004)
    Winners:
    Matt Damon, Julia Roberts. Catherine Zeta Jones, George Clooney
    Nominees: Brad Pitt, Don Cheadle, Casey Affleck, Andy Garcia

    Can’t forget Elliot Gould! 

    Some others (editing as time passes):

    The Longest Day (1962) (15)
    Winners (6): Red Buttons*, Sean Connery, Henry Fonda, Edmund O’Brien, Rod Steiger, John Wayne
    Nominees (9): Eddie Albert, Richard Burton, Alexander Knox, Sal Mineo, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan, George Segal, Richard Todd, Stuart Whitman

    Short Cuts (1993) (10)
    Winners (3): Jack Lemmon*, Frances McDormand, Tim Robbins
    Nominees (7): Anne Archer, Bruce Davison, Robert Downey, Jr., Buck Henry (for Writing/Directing), Julianne Moore, Lily Tomlin, Tom Waits (for Songwriting)     

    Spartacus (1960) (9)
    Winners (3): Charles Laughton*, Laurence Olivier*, Peter Ustinov
    Nominees (6): Tony Curtis, John Dall, Kirk Douglas, Nina Foch, John Ireland, Jean Simmons    

    The Aviator (2004) (8)
    Winners (1): Cate Blanchett
    Nominees (7): Alan Alda, Alec Baldwin, Willem Dafoe, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ian Holm, Jude Law, John C. Reilly    

    From Here to Eternity (1953) (8)
    Winners (4): Ernest Borgnine, Burt Lancaster, Donna Reed, Frank Sinatra 
    Nominees (4): Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr, Alvin Sargent (the screenwriter for Julia and Ordinary People), Jack Warden 
     
    Lawrence of Arabia (1962) (8)
    Winners (3): Jose Ferrer*, Alec Guinnes*, Anthony Quinn*
    Nominees (5): Arthur Kennedy, Peter O’Toole, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Omar Sharif    
     
    Gandhi (1982) (7)
    Winners (4): Daniel Day-Lewis, John Gielgud*, Ben Kingsley, John Mills* 
    Nominees (3): Candice Bergen, Nigel Hawthorne, Trevor Howard 
     
    The Thin Red Line (1998) (7):
    Winners (3): Adrien Brody, George Clooney, Sean Penn 
    Nominees (4): Woody Harrelson, Nick Nolte, John C. Reilly, John Travolta    

    Bonnie and Clyde (1967) (6): 
    Winners: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons
    Nominees: Michael J. Pollard, Gene Wilder

    Henry V (1989) (6)
    Winners (4): 
    Christian Bale, Judi Dench, Paul Scofield*, Emma Thompson
    Nominees (2)
    : Kenneth Branagh, Ian Holm  

    EDIT: Apologies to Benito for not seeing the link that already alluded to some of the films I listed.

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    Laactingnyc
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    This doesn’t have the most but a lot.

    The Hours (2002)

    Meryl Streep – 3 wins out of 17 nominations
    Nicole Kidman – 1 win out of 3 nominations
    Julianne Moore – 0 wins out of 4 nominations
    Ed Harris – 0 wins out of 4 nominations
    Toni Collette – 0 wins out of 1 nomination
    John C Reilley – 0 wins out of 1 nomination
    Miranda Richardson – 0 wins out of 2 nominations

    And there are many great actors in this film who never got nominated

    Claire Danes – 4 Golden Globe wins and 2 Emmy Wins
    Jeff Daniels – 4 Golden Globe nominations
    Stephen Dillane – 1 Emmy nomination
    Allison Janney – 4 Golden Globe nominations and 4 Emmy wins
    Eileen Atkins – 1 Golden Globe nomination and Bafta & Emmy winner
    Margo Martindale – Emmy Winner ( Frontrunner to win the 2013 oscar )
    Linda Bassett – Bafta Nominee

    And also i think its pretty cool that in Carnage and Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf the whole cast has been nominated for oscars.

    Carnage (2011)

    Jodie Foster – 2 out of 4 wins
    Christoph Waltz – 2 out of 2 wins
    Kate Winslet – 1 out of 6 wins
    John C Reilley 0 out 1 win

    Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966)

    Sandy Dennis – 1 out of 1 win
    Elizabeth Taylor – 2 out of 5 wins
    Richard Burton – 0 out of 7 wins
    George Segal – 0 out of 1 win

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