Oscar nominations by studio: Summit tops with 22 (including 14 for ‘La La Land’), Paramount at 18, A24 at 10

Summit Entertainment was the big winner among studios in Tuesday’s announcement of the nominations for the 89th Academy Awards. It scored 22 in total: a record-tying 14 bids for “La La Land,” six for “Hacksaw Ridge” and a pair for “Deepwater Horizon.”

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Paramount was the runner-up with 18 nominations spread across seven films: eight for “Arrival,” four for “Fences,” two for “Florence Foster Jenkins” and one apiece for “Allied,” “Silence,” “Star Trek Beyond” and “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi ”

A24 impressed with 10 nominations from a trio of films: eight for “Moonlight,” and one apiece for “The Lobster” and “20th Century Women.”

Walt Disney has seven bids spread out over five films: two each for “Moana” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and single nominations for “Doctor Strange,” “The Jungle Book,” “Zootopia.”

And Amazon made its mark with seven as well: six for “Manchester by the Sea” and one for “The Salesman.”

The Weinstein Company racked up six noms for “Lion.”

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CBS Films and Lionsgate earned four nominations for “Hell or High Water,”

Focus Features reaped four in all: two for “Kubo and the Two Strings” and one each for “Loving” and “Nocturnal Animals.”

Sony Pictures Classics went four from four: “Elle,” “Land of Mine,” “The Red Turtle” and “Toni Erdmann,”

20th Century Fox is also at four: three for “Hidden Figures” and one for the Dreamworks Animation feature “Trolls.”

And Warner Bros. is on the board with four as well: two for “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and one apiece for “Suicide Squad” and “Sully.”

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Fox Searchlight reaped three bids for “Jackie.”

Rounding out the list of studios, Bleecker Street is represented by one nomination for “Captain Fantastic” and Universal has one for “Hail, Caesar!”

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