The 83rd Academy Awards had many winners. We break down how your favorite films performed at the box office this past year, according to the-numbers.com, a Web site that publishes box office data.
Toy Story 3
The Disney-Pixar film earned the award for best animated feature film and original song after earning a whopping $415 million in theaters.
Alice in Wonderland
Tim Burton’s take on a Disney classic won awards for art direction and costume design. The film, which featured Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp earned $334.2 million during its box-office run.
The Scifi thriller pushed the boundaries of imagination and consequently won Oscars for sound mixing, sound editing and visual effects. The film, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, raked in $292.6 million while in theaters.
The King’s Speech
The Oscar’s big winner took home best picture, actor in a leading role, directing and original screenplay while earning $114.5 million at the box office as of Feb. 27, 2011.
The film provided a disturbing look inside the world of professional ballet and nabbed Natalie Portman an Oscar for actress in a leading role. It also took in $113.6 million in the U.S as of Feb. 27, 2011.
The Social Network
Directed by Aaron Sorkin, the movie about the founders of social-networking giant Facebook won awards for film editing, adapted screenplay and original score while bringing in $96.8 million at the box office.
The biopic of 'Irish' Mickey Ward took home the award for Actor and Actress in a Supporting Role while banking $90.4 million in theaters as of Feb. 27, 2011.
The movie about a man who is bitten and subsequently cursed by a werewolf took home an Oscar for makeup while making $62 million in theaters.
We break down how this year’s big winners at the Academy Awards performed at the box office according to the-numbers.com, a Web site that publishes box office data.