Courtesy Paramount Pictures | Maggie Storino
  • Maggie Storino, with the help of her two daughters, recreated moments from this year’s Oscar nominees for Best Picture. Three-year-old Sophia is the “lead” in the photos, while Sadie, 2, is the “supporting actress,” explains Storino. Her blog, “Don’t Call Me Oscar,” showcases all of her charming Best Picture recreations since 2011. This is a recreation from "The Wolf of Wall Street."
    Courtesy Paramount Pictures | Maggie Storino
  • American Hustle
    Courtesy Columbia Pictures | Maggie Storino
  • Nebraska
    Courtesy Paramount Pictures | Maggie Storino
  • Her
    Courtesy Warner Brothers | Maggie Storino
  • 12 Years a Slave
    Courtesy Fox Searchlight | Maggie Storino
  • Philomena
    Courtesy The Weinstein Company | Maggie Storino
  • Captain Phillips
    Courtesy Sony Pictures | Maggie Storino
  • Dallas Buyers Club
    Courtesy Focus Features | Maggie Storino
  • Gravity
    Courtesy Warner Brothers | Maggie Storino
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