Oscar 2007: Effects of the Nominations on Global Box-Office Appeal

All five Best Picture nominees benefited from the nominations as far as global commercial appeal is concerned (measured by box-office gross).

The following represents the gain in terms of the difference between box-office by January 22 and February 23 (the night before the Oscar telecast):

There Will Be Blood

Worldwide B.O. at nominations was 9 million and by Oscar night 45, an uptick of 400 percent.

No Country for Old Men

Worldwide B.O. at nominations was 55 million and by Oscar night 101, an uptick of 84 percent.

Juno

Worldwide B.O. at nominations was 92 million and by Oscar night 166, an uptick of 80 percent.

Atonement

Worldwide B.O. at nominations was 84 million and by Oscar night 120, an uptick of 43 percent.

Michael Clayton

Worldwide B.O. at nominations was 71 million and by Oscar night 83, an uptick of 17 percent.