0 – Number of non-white nominees in acting categories in the past two years

1 – Amount, in U.S. dollars, an Oscar winner must offer to sell his or her statuette back to the Academy before offering it to any other buyer

2 – Times Chris Rock has hosted The Oscars, including this year

2 – Number of words in Alfred Hitchcock’s acceptance speech for the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 1968 (“Thank you”), the shortest in Oscars history

3 – Number of Oscar-nominated films featuring a character named Joy (Joy, Room, Inside Out)

3 – Number of months it takes to produce 50 Oscar statuettes

5 – Cost, in dollars, of admission to the first Oscars ceremony in 1929, which included a broiled chicken dinner

5 – Number of circles, or spokes, on the base of the Oscar statuette, resembling a film reel, representing the original 5 branches of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Actors, directors, producers, technicians and writers.

5.5 – Length, in minutes, of Greer Garson’s acceptance speech for Best Actress in 1943, the longest acceptance speech in Oscars history

6 – Number of director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s full-length feature films receiving at least one Oscar nomination

6 – Number of full-length feature films directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu8.5 – Weight, in pounds, of the Oscar statuette, according to The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

8 – Number of first-time acting nominees (Bryan Cranston, Tom Hardy, Brie Larson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Rachel McAdams, Charlotte Rampling, Mark Rylance, Alicia Vikander)

11 – Most Oscars won by a single film (Ben-Hur, 1959; Titanic, 1997; The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, 2003)

12 – Nominations for “The Revenant,” most of any film this year

12 – Number of Jack Nicholson’s Oscar nominations, the most of any actor

13.5 – Height, in inches, of the Oscar statuette

14 – Total number of black men and women to win acting Oscars in its 88-year history

14 – Most Oscar nominations for a single film (All About Eve, 1950; Titanic, 1997)

15 – Length, in minutes, of the first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929

19 – Number of Meryl Streep’s Oscar nominations, the most of any actress

19 – Number of times Bob Hope hosted The Oscars, still the record

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20 – Number of sound mixer Kevin O’Connell’s Oscar nominations, the current Academy Awards record for most career nominations without a single win (it’s not all bad; he served on The Academy’s Board of Governors for 9 years)

21 – Number of composer Victor Young’s Oscar nominations before winning

24 – Number of Oscar categories, not including Students Academy Awards

25 – Age of Jennifer Lawrence, youngest person to get four acting nominations

39 – Years between Sylvester Stallone’s acting nominations for the role of Rocky Balboa (Rocky, 1976; Creed, 2015), beating the record previously held by Paul Newman for “Fast Eddie” Felson (The Hustler, 1961; The Color of Money, 1986)

41 – Age Leonardo DiCaprio earned his fifth Oscar nomination, tying Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson, Peter O’Toole and Al Pacino

45 – Permitted length of acceptance speeches

50 – Nominations in composer John Williams’s career, the most individual nominations for a person currently living, according to Bustle (Walt Disney holds the all-time record with 59)

69 – Age of Sylvester Stallone and Charlotte Rampling, the oldest acting nominees this year

87 – Age of the oldest Oscar nominees (Gloria Stuart, Titanic, 1997; Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight, 2015).

128 – Total Oscar nominations for Steven Spielberg films, an Academy Awards record; Spielberg also sets a record for most-nominated producer (9)

220 – Length, in minutes, of last year’s Oscars (3 hours, 40 minutes)

224 – Length, in minutes, of the longest films to win Best Picture (Gone With the Wind, 1939; Ben-Hur, 1959)

263 – Length, in minutes, of the longest Oscars ceremony, in 2002 (4 hours, 23 minutes)

497 – Length, in minutes, of the longest film to win any Oscar (War and Peace, 1966, for Best Foreign-Language Film; 7 hours, 7 minutes)

500 – Length, in feet, of the red carpet at the Oscars outside Dolby Theatre

680 – Estimated value, in dollars, of the 24-karat gold-plated Oscar statuette

2,947 – Number of Oscar statuettes presented from 1929 to 2015

6,261 – Number of Academy members eligible to cast ballots for this year’s Oscars

30,000 – Cost of the 16,500-square foot red carpet at the Oscars outside Dolby Theatre

72,000 – Cost of a Page 1 ad in “The Hollywood Reporter” during Oscars season

232,000 – Dollar value of this year’s swag bag, which includes Silvercar rentals for a year, jewelry, a $275 roll of toilet paper, personalized M&M’s, plastic surgery, anti-perspirant and a tube of Chapstick

2,200,000 – Top price of a 30-second TV commercial during the Oscars

11,000,000According to WalletHub, the amount of money “The Revenant” has lost despite $382 million in worldwide gross sales

36,600,000 – Estimated number of viewers of last year’s Oscars52,000,000 – Estimated worth of actress Jennifer Lawrence, this year’s highest-paid Oscar nominee, according to Forbes

633,000,000 – Worldwide gross sales for “The Martian,” the most profitable Best Picture nominee this year

11,000,000,000 – Dollars spent at the box office in 2015Sources: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Bustle, Forbes, IMDB.comWABC-TV,WalletHub, The WrapThe Oscars will be televised live on 8News at 7 p.m. on February 28. For complete Oscar coverage, click here.