Do films get a box-office bump from Oscar? – San Francisco Chronicle

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
San Francisco Chronicle
When “Up” (2009) became the first animated film since “Beauty and the Beast” to be nominated for best picture, the total box office benefit was: $0. The May release had been out of theaters for months and was not reinflated for a victory lap, even
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