The films the Academy loves aren't always the same as those embraced by the moviegoing public. Following is a look at the domestic box-office tallies of the five best picture nominees as compared with the five highest-grossing releases of last year.

"Juno" -- $87.1 million

"No Country for Old Men" -- $48.8 million

"Michael Clayton" -- $39.3 million

"Atonement" -- $33.8 million

"There Will Be Blood" -- $8.5 million

The top five box-office hits:

"Spider-Man 3" -- $336.5 million

"Shrek the Third" -- $322.7 million

"Transformers" -- $319.2 million

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" -- $309.4 million

"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" -- $292 million