Oscar nominations by studio: 20th Century Fox (26), Walt Disney (14), Warner Bros (11), …

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20th Century Fox is the big winner among studios following Thursday’s announcement of the nominations for the 88th Academy Awards. Thanks to 12 nominations for “The Revenant,” seven for “The Martian,” six for “Bridge of Spies” and one for “Joy,” the company earned an astounding 26 nominations this year. See the full studio-by-studio breakdown below.

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Walt Disney is the runner-up with 14 bids across four feature films: six for “Bridge of Spies” (which it co-produced with Fox), five for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” two for “Inside Out” and one for “Cinderella.” It also picked up an additional bid for Best Animated Short for “Sanjay’s Super Team.”

Warner Bros. is next with 11 nominations: 10 for “Mad Max: Fury Road” and one for “Creed” supporting actor Sylvester Stallone.

The Weinstein Company racked up nine noms: six for “Carol” and three for “The Hateful Eight.”

A24 impressed with seven nominations across a trio of films: four for “Room,” two for “Ex Machina” and one for “Amy.”

Open Road Films earned six noms for Best Picture frontrunner “Spotlight.”

Paramount also scored six bids, with five for “The Big Short” and one for “Anomalisa.”

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Focus Features reaped four accolades for “The Danish Girl.”

Fox Searchlight received four nods, with four for “Brooklyn” and one for “Youth.”

Lionsgate earned four nominations, with three for “Sicario” and one for “Shaun the Sheep Movie.”

Universal racked up four bids across three films: two for “Steve Jobs,” one for “Straight Outta Compton” and one for “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

Sony Pictures earned one nom for major release “Spectre” and another nom for indie “Son of Saul.”

Rounding out the list of studios, Netflix scored a pair of noms for documentaries “What Happened, Miss Simone?” and “Winter on Fire.”

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