How top Oscar Winners fared at the box office

"Avatar" may have lost to "The Hurt Locker," but it's made a lot more money

Topics: Oscars, Avatar, Crazy Heart, Oscar 2010: The Performances, Precious, The Hurt Locker, Movies,

Domestic box-office totals through February for the most-honored films at the 82nd annual Academy Awards:

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MOVIE: “The Hurt Locker,” Summit Entertainment.

OSCARS: Six, including best picture and director.

RELEASED: June.

BOX OFFICE: $12.7 million so far.

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MOVIE: “Avatar,” 20th Century Fox.

OSCARS: Three, including best art direction and visual effects.

RELEASED: December.

BOX OFFICE: $706 million so far.

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MOVIE: “Crazy Heart,” 20th Century Fox.

OSCARS: Two, including best actor and original song.

RELEASED: December.

BOX OFFICE: $25 million so far.



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MOVIE: “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire.” Lionsgate.

OSCARS: Two, including best supporting actress and best adapted screenplay.

RELEASED: November.

BOX OFFICE: $47 million so far.

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MOVIE: “Up,” The Walt Disney Co.

OSCARS: Two, including best animated feature and original score.

RELEASED: May.

BOX OFFICE: $293 million so far.

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