Question: What Two Movies Have Earned the Most Oscar Nominations?
In 1951, Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "All about Eve" was nominated for 14 Academy Awards. "All About Eve" won Oscars for Sound, Best Director, Actor in a Supporting Role, Costume Design, Best Picture, and Writing. It was also nominated for Music, Cinematography, Art Direction, and Film Editing. Bette Davis and Anne Baxter each earned Best Actress in a Leading Role nominations for their work in "All About Eve." Best Actress in a Supporting Role nominations went to Celeste Holm and Thelma Ritter.
James Cameron's "Titanic" (1997) earned 14 nominations and won 11 Oscars. "Titanic" took home Academy Awards for Effects (Sound Effects Editing), Film Editing, Best Director, Best Picture, Cinematography, Music (Original Song), Original Dramatic Score, Art Direction, Effects (Visual Effects), Sound, and Costume Design. "Titanic" was nominated in the Makeup, Actress in a Supporting Role, and Actress in a Leading Role categories but did not win.